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Submitted by kman (United States), May 11, 2011 at 14:31

Obama seems to lead a charmed political life. His corrupted uses of his office, deep awareness of American gullibility, and total indifference to any sense of truth make him very dangerous still.

He has very connected and well trained campaign staff that think in lock sync with him. Many wonder who is pulling his strings as do I. His own personal desires for power aside, I think George Soros is a big possibility. Soros likes to stay undetected in the background, but typically pulls many strings that most are unaware of.

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