Saturday, September 17, 2011

NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg sets the stage for 2012.

The problem with NYC Mayor Bloomberg's prediction of riots in the streets, which WND linked to the NY Daily News story, Mayor Bloomberg predicts riots in the streets if economy doesn't create more jobs is that events such as that fall into the category of "Never let a crisis go to waste." And Barack Hussein Obama is an expert in handling these sort of things and turning them to his own advantage. I would not be surprised if Obama, realizing that his reelection chances were getting pretty slim, would make use of the mobs of starving, homeless people rioting in the streets to declare Martial Law and postpone the 2012 elections indefinitely out of a need for public safety. Obama is as slippery as a greased snake and about as trustworthy as one, too. Postponing a national election would be tantamount to tyranny and the American public would see that if it came as a surprise, so it is possible that Mayor Bloomberg is setting the stage with his prediction. If this is true, look for more warnings in future news stories.


  1. Bloomberg may be correct if things continue. Postponement of national elections will result in that "crisis" indeed. Americans will clean house in 2012 and the dims certainly don't want that.

    I don't trust the dims one bit.

    It looks ever more likely that the dims will throw zero under the bus as they see their own futures getting flushed.

  2. Interesting how the voters get manipulated into accepting the lesser of two evils. I wonder how many moderates or independents would vote for Hillary if she gets talked into running and feel a sense of relief doing it? Obama has a monumental ego and may resist being replaced. But, of course, if he is truly owned and controlled by Soros and the Muslim Brotherhood, he will follow orders and bow out before the Democrats pull the rug out from under his feet.


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