The Office of the President of the United States of America is a job. It pays $400,000 per year, but it cost $1 billion dollars to get the job. It’s not a very good return on investment, unless you own both horses in the two-horse race, and you have unlimited funds available, and the ultimate prize is not just to control the president, but to control the world.
Over the last 50 years, we have watched a convoluted conga line of Zombie Dogs parade through the White House. The current office holder is Barrack Obama (Who’s he?). His predecessor — George Bush Jr. (“Let me tell you a goat story”) His predecessor — Bill Clinton: (“I did not have sex etc.”) His predecessor — George Bush Sr. (long-time CIA operative and agency director). His predecessor — Ronald Reagan (Hollywood B-movie actor). His predecessor — Jimmy Carter (peanut farmer and submarine commander). His predecessor — Gerald Ford (appointed to office by Nixon; and then he pardoned Nixon). His predecessor — Richard Nixon (Mobbed-up and resigned in shame). His predecessor — Lyndon Johnson (possible murderer and totally corrupt). What do these Zombie Dogs have in common? The Controllers keep them on a very tight leash. Disobedient Zombie Dogs will be disciplined. And uncontrollable or unneeded Zombie Dogs will be put down.
Soon it may be President Obama’s turn to whine and whimper. Writer Jon Rappoport’s has blogged that the “liberal jackals” are now attacking Obama in ways that are similar to days of Nixon’s demise. Scandals are popping up like pimples on a pubescent punk. Why? We really don’t know, because it is all part of the hidden agenda of the Controllers.
But we have seen this before. Nixon, in his second term, was forced to resign based on an eruption of negative media revelations. Never mind that the man had a complete history of decades of dirty dealings prior to his impeachment hearings.
During the Watergate fiasco, strange things happened. It was a game of Zombie Dog musical chairs. First Vice President Agnew resigned in shame to make room for Nixon’s appointment of Gerald Ford as V.P. Then Nixon resigned and Ford moved up the ladder to the presidency. Ford then appointed Nelson Rockefeller as V.P. and this is where it got interesting. In the month of September, 1975, there were two assassination attempts on Zombie Dog Ford. Had one succeeded, Nelson Rockefeller would have become president. Nice try…
Then we move on to Jimmy Carter who managed to have a reasonably peaceful four years although he was constantly in the dog house dealing with the economy and the hostage crisis. But Zombie Ronald was obviously in the way. Just two months into his reign, he was hit by an assassin’s bullets and came very close to dying. V.P. George Bush Sr. was in the wings ready to take over as top dog. Zombie Dog Bush Sr. handled Ronnie Dog for eight years, and was himself a well-behaved Zombie Dog for his four years as president — “good dog George”. He gave way to Bill Clinton, a “nobody’s nobody” from Arkansas, who became the head Zombie Dog in 1992. But by the fall of 1994, he needed some discipline or at least a reminder that he was on a leash. So the White House was shot up with an AK 47, and a small plane was crashed on the White House lawn. After that, he was a good Zombie Dog until the end of his second term when he received a stiff rebuke from the Controllers. He was impeached by the U.S. Congress for lying about his Oval Office sex hijinks. With that, this hound finally got the message.
George Bush Jr. brought in the new millennium. Poor George was one of those “beaten dogs.” He would whimper and crawl into a corner if his daddy raised his voice. Thus, he was a very controllable dog. In fact, the man who held his leash for eight years was his Vice President, the “seasoned adviser” Dick “sorry I shot you in the face” Cheney. This was a man who could handle his “dogs”. No problems with the Bush Jr. Dog.
Maybe it’s time for a trip to the woodshed for the Big O. We don’t know what he did to offend his masters. Maybe he did nothing — which is likely with Obama — but maybe it’s time for a real leader to be installed — not a Zombie Dog but the Man Behind the Leash. Don’t take it personally Mr. President…every dog has his day.
Photo Credit Javier Brosch (modified)