A Third Term For Apeman?

Welcome to our community

Take a moment to sign up and join the discussion! It's simple and free.

Jesus_Bush

Junior Member
Messages
35
A Third Term For Apeman?

http://www.altpr.org/modules.php?op=modloa...order=0&thold=0


A third term for Bush?

by James L. Secor


No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of President more than once. - AMENDMENT XXII, Passed by Congress March 21, 1947. Ratified February 27, 1951.
In the wake of George W. Bush's first electoral victory, detractors have focused on possible illegalities, mostly involving voting violations that any incompetent needs in order to succeed. Perhaps all of this hoopla makes people feel better but they are getting caught up in the furor of the moment and losing sight of the true significance of this election. It will be, perhaps, a mystery as to why Mr. Bush won his first term as an elected president; but people were maybe happy that a third term could not be had. And. . .

This is it folks. Those who figured, after this election, we would be rid of George W. Bush might want to think again. They are wrong: a third term can be had. The XXII Amendment is quite clear on this. George W. Bush has only been elected to the Presidency once. His first term he was appointed, not elected. And, during his first term, he was not sitting during part of some other President's term of office.

So. . .more is better. George W. Bush will be the second President to sit three terms. That first President to do so had something to do with bringing the country out of a deep depression-- without the use of drugs. He established Social Security and certain legal restrictions on businesses so that they would not grow out of order--or get out of order. During George W. Bush's first four year tenure in the office, he successfully did Herbert Hoover one better. Mr. Bush created vast unemployment. Mr. Bush created a deficit, a hole in the economy that is miles wider than that that it took to sink the Titanic. The social programs that have helped people, however minimally or perversely (in some cases), have been gutted. Indeed, Mr. Bush has done his best to not only marginalize virtually the entire population of the country (making less than $100,000 per year). Four years of Mr. Bush and his neo-con buddies has created horror worldwide and havoc within our borders. Another four years will possibly result in first state of serfdom since the Middle Ages and Feudalism, an inescapable serfdom with the people getting just exactly what the Communist Manifesto calls for: the absolute minimum to live on and in and by. It will also work to enrage the rest of the world--or bring it to its knees. A third four years of these kinds of programs, this kind of thinking, and we can look forward to Nostradamus' predictions for a war that will devastate the world and utterly destroy the United States to come to pass.

According to some interpreters of Nostradamus, in the mid-2020's to mid-2030's there is to be another world war; it is supposed to be the last. If there is one thing we can be sure of with George W. Bush, it is war. War. And more war. And so it is not much less than certain that when the rest of the world gets fed up with his ways, they will unite and blow him out of the water. Unfortunately, as Sophocles believed, when there is a tragedy, innocents are affected as well as he who brought it on by his hubris. Not only will it bring the hubristic United States government to its knees and create a hell on earth for its citizens, it is also supposed to herald the downfall of Christianity and the rising up of a new, more humane religion (apparently coming from the East). Some may balk at this "more humane" than Christianity bit but the way Christianity is practiced nowadays it marginalizes and dehumanizes and stigmatizes others and for some sociologists and theorists a society that discards or counts out people is a psychotic one. Christianity, a doctrine of love, has propagated a hateful group of followers who pervert peace into war. . .and rape and murder. Certainly a man who talks to God and hears God talk to him, especially while throwing a fit on the oval office carpet, telling him to kill kill kill is a little deranged. When Hitler threw fits of pique in his office he became known as "carpet eater." Surely neither man had the good of humanity at heart. Note, though, that in his first election to office, Mr. Bush did not receive his mandate from Heaven (God) but from Carl Rove (in the name of the people).

It is odd how the philosophies of great men, men who see a new way of looking at the world, a new truth--how their teachings are perverted in later years. The teachings of Christ and the Buddha being but the most immediate examples. How much more can war be perverted? Do not forget that the US has the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons and is the only country to have used them; do not forget that the US has the largest--and it is growing--stockpile of biological weapons, weapons of mass destruction, weapons it has used on its own citizens. To think that they will stay in storage with a megalomaniacal man and his megalomaniacal cohorts running the country is to practice a pretty damned na?vet?.

Whatever George W. Bush is not able to accomplish in eight years, he surely will in 12--or he will leave the country so befuddled and bedraggled and beholden to his policies and hated by everyone else that destruction will be inevitable. Again, to think that he will not move to make it three terms as President is a little na?ve: this man and his cronies are experts at utilizing the courts, else how could such incompetents manage to gain such heights? Only the incompetent need rely on devious means to assure success. And so it is that George W. Bush is more than likely to already be planning to utilize the exact language of the XXII Amendment with his very own non- election in 2000 to create a third term presidency. He could, too, strike the Amendment from law. All he needs is a majority in Congress. He, like Hitler, has this hands down.

There were many during the making of the free United States of America who thought that more protections were needed else the elected would rise to tyranny. While we were not looking, it has come to pass. We can only hope that either George W. Bush and his boys overstep their bounds and are dismissed or, like all criminals, there is so much bickering and in-fighting that they destroy themselves. I do not hold any hope for a successful revolution: violence to end violence is just more of the same; rebels seeking revenge is yet again more of the same; the Left has nothing to offer that is not more of the same; there is no such thing as a good government.
 

JasperMoon

Active Member
Messages
643
A Third Term For Apeman?

I hope this country wakes up before it's too late, too. I have seen this coming for many years, although I didn't think it would come in the form of a Bush. He scares me, not because of what I read in the papers or magazines or am told on the televIsion nightly news, but from what I hear from one mouth in particular who has a very decent position in Washington. Don't anybody trust this man. I think you hit the comparison right on the head. And you aren't the only one who's made that kind of comparison.



Originally posted by Jesus_Bush@Dec 13 2004, 02:10 PM
http://www.altpr.org/modules.php?op=modloa...order=0&thold=0


A third term for Bush?

by James L. Secor


No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of President more than once. - AMENDMENT XXII, Passed by Congress March 21, 1947. Ratified February 27, 1951.
In the wake of George W. Bush's first electoral victory, detractors have focused on possible illegalities, mostly involving voting violations that any incompetent needs in order to succeed. Perhaps all of this hoopla makes people feel better but they are getting caught up in the furor of the moment and losing sight of the true significance of this election. It will be, perhaps, a mystery as to why Mr. Bush won his first term as an elected president; but people were maybe happy that a third term could not be had. And. . .

This is it folks. Those who figured, after this election, we would be rid of George W. Bush might want to think again. They are wrong: a third term can be had. The XXII Amendment is quite clear on this. George W. Bush has only been elected to the Presidency once. His first term he was appointed, not elected. And, during his first term, he was not sitting during part of some other President's term of office.

So. . .more is better. George W. Bush will be the second President to sit three terms. That first President to do so had something to do with bringing the country out of a deep depression-- without the use of drugs. He established Social Security and certain legal restrictions on businesses so that they would not grow out of order--or get out of order. During George W. Bush's first four year tenure in the office, he successfully did Herbert Hoover one better. Mr. Bush created vast unemployment. Mr. Bush created a deficit, a hole in the economy that is miles wider than that that it took to sink the Titanic. The social programs that have helped people, however minimally or perversely (in some cases), have been gutted. Indeed, Mr. Bush has done his best to not only marginalize virtually the entire population of the country (making less than $100,000 per year). Four years of Mr. Bush and his neo-con buddies has created horror worldwide and havoc within our borders. Another four years will possibly result in first state of serfdom since the Middle Ages and Feudalism, an inescapable serfdom with the people getting just exactly what the Communist Manifesto calls for: the absolute minimum to live on and in and by. It will also work to enrage the rest of the world--or bring it to its knees. A third four years of these kinds of programs, this kind of thinking, and we can look forward to Nostradamus' predictions for a war that will devastate the world and utterly destroy the United States to come to pass.

According to some interpreters of Nostradamus, in the mid-2020's to mid-2030's there is to be another world war; it is supposed to be the last. If there is one thing we can be sure of with George W. Bush, it is war. War. And more war. And so it is not much less than certain that when the rest of the world gets fed up with his ways, they will unite and blow him out of the water. Unfortunately, as Sophocles believed, when there is a tragedy, innocents are affected as well as he who brought it on by his hubris. Not only will it bring the hubristic United States government to its knees and create a hell on earth for its citizens, it is also supposed to herald the downfall of Christianity and the rising up of a new, more humane religion (apparently coming from the East). Some may balk at this \"more humane\" than Christianity bit but the way Christianity is practiced nowadays it marginalizes and dehumanizes and stigmatizes others and for some sociologists and theorists a society that discards or counts out people is a psychotic one. Christianity, a doctrine of love, has propagated a hateful group of followers who pervert peace into war. . .and rape and murder. Certainly a man who talks to God and hears God talk to him, especially while throwing a fit on the oval office carpet, telling him to kill kill kill is a little deranged. When Hitler threw fits of pique in his office he became known as \"carpet eater.\" Surely neither man had the good of humanity at heart. Note, though, that in his first election to office, Mr. Bush did not receive his mandate from Heaven (God) but from Carl Rove (in the name of the people).

It is odd how the philosophies of great men, men who see a new way of looking at the world, a new truth--how their teachings are perverted in later years. The teachings of Christ and the Buddha being but the most immediate examples. How much more can war be perverted? Do not forget that the US has the largest stockpile of nuclear weapons and is the only country to have used them; do not forget that the US has the largest--and it is growing--stockpile of biological weapons, weapons of mass destruction, weapons it has used on its own citizens. To think that they will stay in storage with a megalomaniacal man and his megalomaniacal cohorts running the country is to practice a pretty damned na?vet?.

Whatever George W. Bush is not able to accomplish in eight years, he surely will in 12--or he will leave the country so befuddled and bedraggled and beholden to his policies and hated by everyone else that destruction will be inevitable. Again, to think that he will not move to make it three terms as President is a little na?ve: this man and his cronies are experts at utilizing the courts, else how could such incompetents manage to gain such heights? Only the incompetent need rely on devious means to assure success. And so it is that George W. Bush is more than likely to already be planning to utilize the exact language of the XXII Amendment with his very own non- election in 2000 to create a third term presidency. He could, too, strike the Amendment from law. All he needs is a majority in Congress. He, like Hitler, has this hands down.

There were many during the making of the free United States of America who thought that more protections were needed else the elected would rise to tyranny. While we were not looking, it has come to pass. We can only hope that either George W. Bush and his boys overstep their bounds and are dismissed or, like all criminals, there is so much bickering and in-fighting that they destroy themselves. I do not hold any hope for a successful revolution: violence to end violence is just more of the same; rebels seeking revenge is yet again more of the same; the Left has nothing to offer that is not more of the same; there is no such thing as a good government.
 

Timescholar

Junior Member
Messages
105
A Third Term For Apeman?

Bush was elected in 2000 and 2004. The Florida ballots were simply verified in 2000. So, he can't run a 3rd term.
 

CaryP

Senior Member
Messages
1,438
A Third Term For Apeman?

Great article Jesus Bush, and welcome to the plantation. Yes, the country is going to hell in a hand basket, or maybe a giant shopping cart. Hard to make comparisons when it's moving this fast.

Cary
 

StarLord

Senior Member
Messages
3,187
A Third Term For Apeman?

It would have made more sense if it read: Jsus, Bush! kinda like an explitive deleted kinda thing.

Interesting reading.

When did the USA use WMD on it's own people?
 

Judge Bean

Senior Member
Messages
1,257
A Third Term For Apeman?

First of all, this is only marginally connected to the Titor material. Secondly, Bush was not appointed to the presidency, except in secret assgrabbing session of the Yale Illuminati who think they know what's best for humanity (which is, to be brief, to work for them for minimum wage starting at age 12 and ending whenever the urban environment kills you).

Bush won the office in 2000 by persuading a majority of Supreme Court justices (including Justice Monsanto, Justice Big Brother, and Chief Justice Never Met a Civil Right He Liked) that the Florida vote was over.

The idea that he could try to do an end-run around the Constitution this way is strange, but not to be brushed aside, since this is the era of the Arnie Amendment and the Whatever Amendment (in which you add as the law of the land whatever you can rouse enough hysteria about).
 

Tippy

New Member
Messages
17
A Third Term For Apeman?

Originally posted by Timescholar@Dec 13 2004, 04:28 PM
Bush was elected in 2000 and 2004. The Florida ballots were simply verified in 2000. So, he can't run a 3rd term.


He could, however, declare Martial Law just before the election - and under the same - postpone the elections. It would take Congress a minimum of 6 months to overturn that decision - and there is no guarantee they would do so.

In that case - keep your eyes on FEMA.
 

Judge Bean

Senior Member
Messages
1,257
A Third Term For Apeman?

Originally posted by Tippy+Dec 30 2004, 05:47 PM--><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Timescholar@Dec 13 2004, 04:28 PM
Bush was elected in 2000 and 2004. The Florida ballots were simply verified in 2000. So, he can't run a 3rd term.


He could, however, declare Martial Law just before the election - and under the same - postpone the elections. It would take Congress a minimum of 6 months to overturn that decision - and there is no guarantee they would do so.

In that case - keep your eyes on FEMA.
[snapback]19214[/snapback]​
[/b][/quote]


This is correct, in that in the event of an emergency involving a direct and present threat to the nation, the president might order almost anything under the suspension of the Constitution. It would not take the Supreme Court more than a week to hear the case, and the Congress would no doubt act quickly to either jump on the bandwagon or at least not appear futile. There is not much practical difference now between FEMA and Homeland Security-- White House functionaries.

It does not require a declaration of Martial Law. The ordinary civil process of government, which includes prosecution of enemies of the State, can be suspended with a simple Executive Order permitting the military to do whatever it felt it needed to do to avert the threat. In other words, you'll still be able to write letters to the editor and sue your neighbor while the National Guard closes down the universities.

The time for Bush to suspend an election was in October, 2004. The people in charge can easily replace him in 2008 with another puppet.
 

sinister

Junior Member
Messages
120
A Third Term For Apeman?

yes I mean, having Bush in the white house is very scary, but i know that regardless of Bush not getting a third term, he will be replaced by someone representing the same group Bush did. Bush is stupid, and in my opinion, pretty evil, but him being president is not the point, its the group he represents holding power that is the scary thing.
 

ZAROVE

New Member
Messages
8
A Third Term For Apeman?

Not only is this not relaly related to John titim ( whom im tryin o learn more baout, as I never heard the name before eysterday, and that on this forum) but its absird.


1: as noted, bush was elected in 200. even if you dont think he as, leglsaly he was and canot run another term.

2: A new amendment to allow the dissoluiton or extension of term limits is unlikely. The amendment to allow non-Natural Born citesens ( Like me) ha been proposed by BOTH partes over time, and is gianign suppor because peopel dont think tis irgh tot bar an american citesen form he office of president base don accedent of Birth location.

3: Bush sint totally evil. I mean, come on, he beats Kery, whow as a tewo facw hwo went wherever the wend blew, and was pro desturoyogn all our civil righs fredoms such as fredom of speech. ( I, incedentlaly, am opposed ot all forms of "Hate speech legilsation" because its a violation f the firts amendment, btu I digress...)

BNush is bette than KKerry because we knwo where he stands and, though he DID lie a few times eh lies les frewuenly than John Kerry.


The nation woidl be far, far worse under Kerry, in fact.


4: the party supporitng Bush is the rpeblicans, and though they get a bad rap form some, they aent toally evil. I am poliitclaly neutral, and personallu see plenty of fault with the democrats, and certianly tell you that the Bibels old saing " Get th ebeam out of thine own eye befoe thou removest he Mot form thy brotjers" is obviously illistrated here.

The dmeocrates and repulicans supported the Patriot act. Kery oted for it himself.

The domcrats impose hate speech and hate cirmes laws that are thinly veiwld attmets at eliminatign freedom of speech , association, and religion.

The democrates voted IN FAOVUR of the Iraqi war, this fgos also for Kerry.

so bashign hre republican party for this is pathetic.


I mean, relaly, who WHERE the peopel to vite for? Skeletor or Mum-Ra?


5: Bush sit totally evil. hes not the greatest leader we ever had, but he isnt ttlaly evil either.

6: Bush did NOT reate he evonomic mess w are in. we started the recesion under BilL clinton, NOT Bush. heck, they spoke of the recesison WHILE clinton wa sin his FIRST term. be reasonable. Bush sint the blame forht current economy, bad ecoomic policies under the clinton administration is.

That and the terrorist attakcs, which whwre p;anned while clinton wa sin office tnsks to our weaker military...


7: we are on a board o discuss time travel. Plenty of peole think we are wako to begin with. do we relaly need these insane conspiracy theories on Politics and paranoia abou trid temrs and amrtial law?


Thank you.


Before the spell ceck comments come, Im dyslexic. sorry.
 

Top