Obama’s boss has gotten too much of his agenda forced through to be willing to retire in 2012


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The people who cast the votes don’t decide an election, the people who count the votes do. -Joseph Stalin

As the rest of us count the days until the November election, Obama’s boss, unrepentant Nazi collaborator, George Soros, is brewing a scheme to pirate the 2012 presidential election.  Still smarting from the trauma of losing to George W. Bush in 2004, Soros is concocting ever more perfidious schemes for ensuring the outcome of our next presidential election.

Secretary of State Project

The phony philanthropist who thinks he’s God is funding the SOS project, conniving to install regime-friendly operatives in Secretaries of State offices nationwide.  Matthew Vadum unveils the plot: 

The vehicle for this planned hijacking of democracy is a below-the-radar non-federal ‘527’ [Thank you, John McCain] group called the Secretary of State Project. The entity can accept unlimited financial contributions and doesn’t have to disclose them publicly until well after the election.

The founders of the Secretary of State Project, which claims to advance ‘election protection’ but only backs Democrats, religiously believe that right-leaning secretaries of state helped the GOP steal the presidential elections in Florida in 2000 (Katherine Harris) and in Ohio in 2004 (Ken Blackwell).

SoS was co-founded by James Rucker, former director for Moveon.org Civic Action.  Moveon.org is of course, funded by Soros.  Soros is one of the more notable contributors to the SoS project .

SoS was instrumental in abetting freak show refugee, Al Franken’s senate seat depredation by way of Soros factotum, Minnesota Secretary of State, Mark Ritchie:

The SoS Web site lauds Ritchie as ‘arguably the most progressive secretary of state in America,’ and states: ‘Thanks to SoS Project donors, Minnesota’s Mark Ritchie – a true champion for Democracy – was able to defeat a two-term incumbent Republican by less than 5 points. We helped close the gap and make the difference with cable television ads targeting women and seniors.’  (Newsmax)

The fund raising section of the SoS web site  features a photo of former Florida Secretary of State, Katherine Harris—these people can’t let anything go—and their mission statement:

The right wing is always taking extreme measures to bring down President Obama’s agenda, even carrying guns to town hall meetings.  It’s gone too far.

It’s like these people did summer internships at the Kremlin learning how to execute a disinformation campaign.  The most formidable weapon in the Kremlin’s arsenal is charges of ‘extremism’ (Edward Lucas, The New Cold War).

Ritchie was endorsed by ACORN, as was California’s Secretary of State, Debra Bowen who is also honored by SoS as “one of the most progressive Secretaries of State in the nation.”  Translation:  don’t let this woman near a ballot box.

Obama’s boss has gotten too much of his agenda forced through to be willing to retire in 2012.


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