Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Bix Weir - 70 Days to Win or Lose the War
It looks like the Republicans have nominated Mitt Romney as their candidate to run against Barrack Obama with 2,061 votes. We all hoped it wouldn't happen but in the final months we knew it would. At least Ron Paul came in second...and not to dangle a glimmer of hope in front of anyone but if Romney has to back out for any reason (and there are many) wouldn't that make Ron Paul the GOP nominee replacement? I'll have to check up on that but it's one way the Good Guys could get back in the drivers seat.
But still it looks like the Good Guys have LOST this specific battle to have Ron Paul run for President as the Republican nominee. Let's be clear here: the Good Guys may have lost the battle to get Ron Paul the Republican nomination but they HAVE NOT lost the war.
So where do we go from here? What are the scenarios for our future? Will Sarah Palin finally endorse Romney or will she hold out for Ron Paul? Will Ron Paul run as a 3rd party candidate and could he win as a third party candidate? In the market rigged world we are facing today he couldn't win that way. Something would have to CHANGE...something like what I have been talking about for 5 years...THE GLOBAL MONETARY MELTDOWN!
If we do see that long delayed meltdown then everything Ron Paul has been talking about for the past 4 decades will have come to pass and he could win as a 3rd party candidate. He could win easily.
Stranger things have happened but luckily we have a "window" now for the Global Market Implosion of 70 days. There are 70 days until the November 6th election. 70 days for the markets to implode causing, no forcing, the citizens of the United States to WAKE UP! If the Good Guys have their way there are also only 70 days left for GOLD AND SILVER MANIPULATION! What a glorious day it would be to have a freely traded gold and silver market!
70 DAYS...
We've come this far I guess we can wait a bit longer.
Bravo to those of you who fought a great battle in Tampa...hopefully your efforts will not be in vain.
May the Road you choose be the Right Road.
Bix Weir

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