Obama's 2012 Election Plan

The plan

December 22nd, 2012

“Mr. President, will there be anything else?” a soft spoken voice asked.

“No, that will be all.” President Obama said, staring quietly out the window to the rear courtyard of the White House. The quiet filled the room and the noise of war seemed far away right now. He knew it wouldn’t be long before they would be there to escort him away to the underground bunker, where he and others would wait it out.

Plans had been made long before now, as far back as spring of 2011 when he had authorized the internal attack on Lybia. He had looked for an excuse to escalate the Mid East crises and the Egyptian uprising had slipped past his grasp. But, Libya fell right into his hands and he was able to pass it off to the American public as a good thing, a humanitarian issue. He had what he had wanted all along, a reason. This wasn't a military action, just a money mission, providing arms to the rebels and looked like that Kadafi would be out soon.

Things started really getting bad last summer, the election bids were in full swing and Romney and Obama were really going at it. Obama was way behind in the polls and the birth certificate issue had raised its ugly head again. The economy was in the tank and all expectations that it would get better before the election had faded. Obama needed a diversion and his Muslim faith and beliefs would give him cover for what was happening next.

July 2012

News reports are coming in quickly now from Iran and the Sudan about new unrest and civil actions.Syria's civil war has moved into Turkey and war was threatening between the faction in the region. Breaking news on Fox and ABC confirm worst fears of United States military leaders, Iran has invaded Iraq’s southern border and the pullout President Obama ordered has weaken the military in that area beyond our grasp.

Israel is now protesting at the United Nations and the Palestinian delegation is calling for the Prime Minister of Israel to resign. The Muslim nations of the Middle East are calling for Israel to be disbanded and the nation split between Syria, Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon and allow the Palestinian people to resume settlements in the entire region.

President Obama has remained extremely silent on the issue and not seeming to take sides with Israel as all former presidents have done in the past. July has been a tense month to say the least; it looks as if this summer it will be hot in the White House in more ways than one.

August 2012

Hillary Clinton greets President Obama at the Oval office for the last time. Her resignation letter was submitted in July, effective the fifteenth day of August and now the day had come and she would confront him on the decisions he had made to get the United States in the mess. She had tried to talk to him to no avail, as far back as January 2012 about the escalating problems in Yemen and the Sudan, but he would just shut her down and continued to turn a blind eye to the problem.

“Mr. President, you must take a side,” Hillary whispered to herself. She paced the floor while waiting for Obama to finishing his conversation with Vice President Biden about her replacement.

“So, you’re sure you won’t change your mind?” Biden asked Hillary.

“No way”, Hillary responded.

“To bad you feel that way Hillary, I’m offering you one last chance to change your mind,” Obama said.

“What does that mean?” she asked.

“I can’t just let you walk out of here, knowing what you know about this situation. You can’t be trusted not to go to the press and if you do a lot of plans already made will be compromised. I and Joe have decided that it’s best that you be detained until after the November elections.” Obama explained.

“You can’t do that, I won’t stand for it and neither will Bill,” Hillary exclaimed.

“We can, and we will, Bill doesn’t have a say so in this,” Biden joined in.

September 2012

U.S. troops are moving into Yemen and the Israeli army is preparing for an assault by Iran on its southern border. Afghanistan has been taken back over by the Taliban since Obama ordered the removal of U.S. Forces back in June. Despite warning from the CIA and Joint Chiefs’ of Staff that his actions would prove reckless and that all the headway made over the past two years would be lost.

Now, more than ever, Obama defiant mood was causing the Mid East crises to escalate faster and faster. Jordan, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Iran and Syria had all joined forces and Obama was now acting as a liaison more than a President. He has refused to admit that the nuclear threat by Iran against Israel is real and they now had the technology to deliver at least one weapon grade atomic weapon.

Israel has all but begged for United States intervention, but Obama and Biden has refused any assistance and has all but sided with the opposing forces. Iraq has all but fallen apart and the civil wars taking place in Turkey are now escalating into the boarders of Syria and Iraq plus hundreds of dead civilians lined the streets of Istanbul.

Things are getting worse in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and oil prices are astronomical levels now. Barrel prices are topping the three hundred dollar mark and US pump prices are over ten dollars a gallon, if you can find it at all. People across the country are fighting at the gas pumps and even the police cars and fire trucks are not safe from thieves. There have been hundreds of arrest and the Democrats and Obama are still blaming the oil problems of the BP gulf oil spill or anything they can that doesn’t incriminate them this close to the election.

October 2012

The final election debates are done, Donald Trump made a lot a noise back in the spring and summer of 2011, bringing up the birth certificate issues got him on the map, but quickly faded as more and more legitimate candidates entered the race. Herman Cain, a front runner at first, ran out of town in the fall with accusations of infidelity. Newt took his vote base when he dropped out and had tried to maintain a positive image thru out the early debate season and refused to go negative against his rivals. Newt Gingrich had brought issues of the Middle east into play before dropping out of the race and the Obama administration had spent the last few month defending it's policies. Mitt Romney, spent the spring and early summer talking about the economy since securing the party nomination, but the mid east turmoil has taken over the front page headlines. The excuses that the Obama followers made for the current situation had not set well with the democrat base as well and the republican opponents were worried that the escalation would delay the November elections.

Obama is still pulling troops out of the hot spots in the Middle East, trying to shore up support from his liberal base. He knows it’s a long shot, but he’s offering to let oil companies to finally drill in Anwar to try appeasing the crowds screaming over the gas prices. He worries about the retribution from his fringe left and Al Gore’s global warming crowd, even more worrisome is his buddies in middle east he promised large profits for protecting his interest in Saudi oil.

The Middle East is now at a boiling point and Obama last hole card is at play. He knows if things get bad enough he can stay in office no matter the outcome of the November elections. The plans laid long ago by Obama and Biden may be the only way to save the White House from Republican and Tea Party control.

November 2012

All service members have been placed on high alert status and all pending discharges have been cancelled and leaves revoked.

The Israelis have put their Nukes in the armed and ready position and locked on locations across Iran and Palestinian strong holds. Obama has threatened retaliation against them if they attack any Muslim countries without being attacked by Nuclear weapons first.

The Elections have come and gone and by anybody’s count, it looks like Newt might have pulled past Obama in the final counts in Florida, Georgia and California. Leads given to Obama early in the night had dwindled slowly, even the Tea Party supporters were surprised by all the west coast states going to the GOP.

Recounts have been ordered across the United States by the Democrat liberal left and fights are breaking out in majority black cities. ACORN and The New Black Panther Party are staging protest, shouting voter fraud because vote officials would not allow boxes full of ballots to be counted once discovered that they were on 2008 ballots stolen from a warehouse in Memphis. The protesters are starting fires in Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia and Detroit. The United States is now closer to an another civil war, the Republicans and Democrat liberals are fighting war of politics that has been coming since the insertion of the Tea Party into the fight.

The warning signs have been around now for a long time, Obama and Biden have been pretty much out of sight since election night and Reid and Pelosi have left Washington D.C. The true threat of an all out street war is inevitable at this point with black and Hispanic populations screaming for civil rights that don’t exist. The Democrats have made so many promises over the past six months to so many people trying to defeat the Newt and Tea Party candidates, which the Hispanics want citizenship and black inner city youth are crying for new jobs that aren’t there. The Democrats are blaming the Tea Party for a lack of job because of government spending cuts they proposed during the election. The Hispanics have been told by the liberals that if Newt wins, that all illegal immigration laws would be strictly enforced and deportations would increase. The press was more than willing allies of the Obama campaign and had openly supported the re-election efforts and promoted the lies told by the Democrats to the point, they had fanned the flames of the upcoming fire. The US was in big trouble, Obama, Biden and the liberal leaders were now hoping that this would be the power play they needed to maintain power far into the future.

December 21st, 2012

Well, here we are. The first nuke was just launched by the Israelis at Iran and the Koreans had responded in defense of Iran. The Palestinians are locked onto more targets and missiles are now in the air.

The soft low voice spoke, “The button has been pushed Mr. President.”

"Thank you, that will be all."


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tmckim 5 years ago

What a great piece. Could be the worst Prez. ever.


Christopher Lurenz 5 years ago

Awesome and so predictable...


Thinknauts 5 years ago

Here's the problem with our electoral system:

http://youtu.be/SHxOinu_hdw


mike 5 years ago

not a religious person but I feel in my heart (and my gut) that Dec 21,2012 is truly a meaningful date to the future of mankind. I pray everyday that something will change this crash we are all headed for, and this middle east situation is just too scary-all of those countries are powder kegs and we are the targets. It doesn't hurt those who want us to fail that we are becoming increasingly diverse and fractured in ideologies-the only way this is not going to end badly is if someone or something stops what is becoming inevitable.


tooboy 4 years ago

mitt romeney is apparently trying not to brag


incroyable 4 years ago

This was hilarious! Illiterate, and hilarious!

You are uneducated (obviously) and you don't like Obama. Check. But to imply that he wants to ruin America is specious. Oh, that's right, he's a Muslim AND his old Christian preacher is a commie.

Dude, at least try to be consistent. Spend time studying rather than writing tripe.


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R.Cochran 4 years ago from Dahlonega, GA Author

Anyone that would read a work of fiction and critique it as a news story is truly an idiot. I guess the Obama supporter are pretty touchy right now.


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tsadjatko 4 years ago from maybe (the guy or girl) next door

A Fairness Quiz for the President

By STEPHEN MOORE

President Obama has frequently justified his policies—and judged their outcomes—in terms of equity, justice and fairness. That raises an obvious question: How does our existing system—and his own policy record—stack up according to those criteria?

Is it fair that the richest 1% of Americans pay nearly 40% of all federal income taxes, and the richest 10% pay two-thirds of the tax?

Is it fair that the richest 10% of Americans shoulder a higher share of their country's income-tax burden than do the richest 10% in every other industrialized nation, including socialist Sweden?

Is it fair that American corporations pay the highest statutory corporate tax rate of all other industrialized nations but Japan, which cuts its rate on April 1?

Is it fair that President Obama sends his two daughters to elite private schools that are safer, better-run, and produce higher test scores than public schools in Washington, D.C.—but millions of other families across America are denied that free choice and forced to send their kids to rotten schools?

Is it fair that Americans who build a family business, hire workers, reinvest and save their money—paying a lifetime of federal, state and local taxes often climbing into the millions of dollars—must then pay an additional estate tax of 35% (and as much as 55% when the law changes next year) when they die, rather than passing that money onto their loved ones?

Is it fair that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, former Democratic Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, former Ways and Means Chairman Charlie Rangel and other leading Democrats who preach tax fairness underpaid their own taxes?

Is it fair that after the first three years of Obamanomics, the poor are poorer, the poverty rate is rising, the middle class is losing income, and some 5.5 million fewer Americans have jobs today than in 2007?

Is it fair that roughly 88% of political contributions from supposedly impartial network television reporters, producers and other employees in 2008 went to Democrats?

Is it fair that the three counties with America's highest median family income just happen to be located in the Washington, D.C., metro area?

Is it fair that wind, solar and ethanol producers get billions of dollars of subsidies each year and pay virtually no taxes, while the oil and gas industry—which provides at least 10 times as much energy—pays tens of billions of dollars of taxes while the president complains that it is "subsidized"?

Is it fair that those who work full-time jobs (and sometimes more) to make ends meet have to pay taxes to support up to 99 weeks of unemployment benefits for those who don't work?

Is it fair that those who took out responsible mortgages and pay them each month have to see their tax dollars used to subsidize those who acted recklessly, greedily and sometimes deceitfully in taking out mortgages they now can't afford to repay?

Is it fair that thousands of workers won't have jobs because the president sided with environmentalists and blocked the shovel-ready Keystone XL oil pipeline?

Is it fair that some of Mr. Obama's largest campaign contributors received federal loan guarantees on their investments in renewable energy projects that went bust?

Is it fair that federal employees receive benefits that are nearly 50% higher than those of private-sector workers whose taxes pay their salaries, according to the Congressional Budget Office?

Is it fair that soon almost half the federal budget will take income from young working people and redistribute it to old non-working people, even though those over age 65 are already among the wealthiest Americans?

Is it fair that in 27 states workers can be compelled to join a union in order to keep their jobs?

Is it fair that nearly four out of 10 American households now pay no federal income tax at all—a number that has risen every year under Mr. Obama?

Is it fair that Boeing, a private company, was threatened by a federal agency when it sought to add jobs in a right-to-work state rather than in a forced-union state?

Is it fair that our kids and grandkids and great-grandkids—who never voted for Mr. Obama—will have to pay off the $5 trillion of debt accumulated over the past four years, without any benefits to them?

Mr. Moore is a member of the Journal's editorial board.


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R.Cochran 4 years ago from Dahlonega, GA Author

Thank you for your detailed response..However you forgot one thing, is it fair that if anyone complains about his policies that they are labled a racist?


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