Oh, sure, AIPAC and Israel were lobbying hard for an attack on
Syria, to soften Assad so the conflict could continue. But I think
there's more at stake here. Obama's been sitting on the Trans
Pacific Partnership, one of the biggest threats to American freedom
and the middle class in recent history. He's ready to get that
He's gearing up to appoint Larry Summers, a total economic
monster, probably a criminal, and at least the enemy of the middle
class and the ninety nine percent, to head the Federal
I'm sure there are more. Obama will use this term to assure
himself the same success that Bill Clinton has had, even bigger, so
he will, ten years from his exit, be another billionaire. To do
that, he just has to sell out the people who voted for him and
This Syrian distraction could have been a useful tool for
sliding ugly, disgusting, anti-middle class policy into place.
It would probably come sliding in, under the radar, on a
Friday late afternoon, when politicians and the White House have a
history of sneaking things past a public not paying
I know there are Democrats who still don't see Obama for the
vile fraud that he is, for the war criminal and bankster ally who
has done as much or more damage than George W. Bush and his right
wing predecessors. But I believe we must be highly vigilant for the
rest of Obama's lame duck term in office to watch out for many
efforts to change the laws and to grab greater power for the
executive office-- at the expense of the ninety-nine percent and
the middle class, even, one could say, at the expense of the future
of a viable USA economy.
We've already seen the crop of 2016 Neocon Democrats we can
expect to start showing up in Iowa-- Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton and
John Kerry. Their service in this Syria conversation makes it clear
that they are not friends of the middle class, or really, even, of
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