Lost TRUST: Will U.S. Voter Turnout Be Record Low?

President Nixon gives farewell speech to White House staff, 9 August 1974Professional Liars & Crooks
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Everyone I speak to are disgusted with government. Political parties may think they have public support but it may have evaporated.
Neighbors are upset with the wars and rising costs of living.
They speak about the politicians’ broken campaign promises and empty rhetoric.
The 2 political party government cartel in the U.S. is a crime story.
More voters are registering as none party affiliation voters, or simply not registering to vote.
More wealthy citizens are abandoning their citizenship.
Public distrust of government is at all time record levels.
Vote rigging – election fraud, and dirty politics is a real problem.
Corruption is evident in all campaigns as everyone should question bribes as campaign finance… does government serve bankers and ONLY give lip service to the voters?
State Sponsored Terror
Mass surveillance by the security state are suspected of using personal private information to coerce and control government officials.
Government policies that are detrimental to the citizens are more frequent and one should ask if it is because of coercion by spying agencies?
Bank Funded and Controlled
Bankers are known to have written legislation; and regulators have been captured by industry.
The list of crimes and deceit is endless and no end is in sight as long as the money flows.
Instead of criminal investigations, Big Money is courting both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush for the 2016 Presidency.
Follow the money in your research and investigations. ~Ron
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Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just eight percent (8%) of Likely U.S. Voters think Congress is doing a good or excellent job, unchanged from last month. Sixty-two percent (62%) rate Congress’ performance as poor. (To see survey question wording, click here).

2 sided coin, and 2 political wings of one predatory bird are used against the people. Do not fall for it.

2 sided coin, and 2 political wings of one predatory bird are used against the people.
Do not fall for it.


Posted 23 Oct 2014

Why would anyone vote?” -Gerald Celente

what we found is that Congress is less popular than cockroaches, traffic jams, and even Nickelback.

distrust government_USASource: http://www.people-press.org/2013/10/18/trust-in-government-interactive/
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4 comments on “Lost TRUST: Will U.S. Voter Turnout Be Record Low?
  1. RonMamita says:

    Wall Street Spends Record Sum In Midterm Election (Betting On Republican Puppets This Time)

     
    Submitted by Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, zerohedge.com

    If you think anything is going to change for the better after Republicans take control of the Senate, you might have come down with a severe case of stupidity.

    Just like the Democrats before them, the new crop will answer to the same Wall Street masters.

    From Bloomberg:

    Most of America isn’t interested in next week’s elections. Wall Street is an exception.

     

    The $169 million from donors in the securities and investment industry is the most they’ve ever contributed in a midterm election, according to Center for Responsive Politics data. That makes them the most generous group for the first time in decades, with about two-thirds of the money going to Republicans in what the Washington-based nonprofit projects will be the country’s most expensive non-presidential election.

     

    The industry’s biggest donor was Paul Singer’s hedge fund Elliott Management, with $12.1 million. Among top givers were employees from Ken Griffin’s Citadel LLC, Soros Fund Management LLC and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Wall Street’s lead over retirees, lawyers and other groups grows wider when commercial banks including JPMorgan Chase & Co. are added.

     

    Switching Allegiance

     

    After giving more to Democrats in 2006 and 2008, securities and investment donors switched allegiance in 2010, when President Barack Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act’s financial regulations into law. Three Republicans, House Speaker John Boehner, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Whip John Cornyn, each received more than $1 million from the industry from the beginning of last year through Oct. 15, according to the center’s data.

    Switching allegiances? Give me a fucking break, Bloomberg. Both parties are the same, Wall Street just shifts around to whichever figurehead has the momentum in any given election cycle in order to protect their criminal enterprises and get future bailouts.

    Wolf’s peers are paying more attention than most Americans to the Nov. 4 elections that will determine control of the Senate. About two-thirds aren’t following midterm news closely or at all, a Pew Research Center survey conducted Oct. 2 through Oct. 5 found. Attention lags behind where it was four and eight years ago, overshadowed by interest in Ebola, Secret Service missteps and airstrikes against the Islamic State.

    Of course, that’s because the American public knows that it doesn’t matter which Democrat of Republican crony they vote for. In contrast, Wall Street understands it still needs to sponsor the winning puppet.

    When Pew asked voters which parties control the House and Senate, fewer than half answered both correctly.

    Check please.

  2. RonMamita says:

    90lbs Of Cocaine Found On Ship Owned By Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s Father-in-Law

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    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

    Though Foremost has played a pivotal role in McConnell’s life, bestowing the senator with most of his personal wealth and generating thousands in donations to his campaign committees, the drug bust went unnoticed in Kentucky, where every bit of McConnell-related news has generated fodder for the campaign trail. That’s because, like many international shipping companies, Chao’s firm is shrouded from public view, concealing its identity and limiting its legal liability through an array of tax shelters and foreign registrations. Registered through a limited liability company in the Marshall Islands, the Ping May flies the Liberian flag.

     

    From the Nation article: Mitch McConnell’s Freighted Ties to a Shadowy Shipping Company

    Well this is interesting. Particularly with the Senate Minority Leader (and major Republican establishment crony) fighting for his life in the Kentucky Senate race.
    20141102_mcconnellFrom the Nation:

    Before the Ping May, a rusty cargo vessel, could disembark from the port of Santa Marta en route to the Netherlands in late August, Colombian inspectors boarded the boat and made a discovery. Hidden in the ship’s chain locker, amidst its load of coal bound for Europe, were approximately 40 kilograms, or about 90 pounds, of cocaine. A Colombian Coast Guard official told The Nation that there is an ongoing investigation.

     

    The seizure of the narcotics shipment in the Caribbean port occurred far away from Kentucky, the state in which Senator Mitch McConnell is now facing a career-defining election. But the Republican Senate minority leader has the closest of ties to the owner of the Ping May, the vessel containing the illicit materials: the Foremost Maritime Corporation, a firm founded and owned by McConnell’s in-laws, the Chao family.

     

    Though Foremost has played a pivotal role in McConnell’s life, bestowing the senator with most of his personal wealth and generating thousands in donations to his campaign committees, the drug bust went unnoticed in Kentucky, where every bit of McConnell-related news has generated fodder for the campaign trail. That’s because, like many international shipping companies, Chao’s firm is shrouded from public view, concealing its identity and limiting its legal liability through an array of tax shelters and foreign registrations. Registered through a limited liability company in the Marshall Islands, the Ping May flies the Liberian flag.

     

    McConnell’s ties to the Chaos go back to the late 1980s, when James Chao began donating to the senator. In 1993, McConnell married James’s daughter, Elaine Chao, a Republican activist and then-former Reagan administration official who would later serve as Secretary ofLabor in the George W. Bush cabinet. James Chao emigrated to the United States from Taiwan, and founded the Foremost Maritime Corporation upon settling in New York. The company has grown significantly over the years, from acting as maritime agent during the Vietnam War to controlling a fleet of approximately 16 dry bulk cargo ships in operation today.

    Nothing like a neo-feudal love story to make the eyes well up.

    The firm, however, leaves a faint online trace. Foremost’s website FMCNY.com is blank. ??Records and court documents obtained by The Nation show that the ownership of the company’s vessels—with names such as Ping May, Soya May, Fu May, and Grain May—is obscured through a byzantine structure of tax entities. Most of Foremost’s vessels are flagged in Liberia, which ensures that crew members of Foremost’s ships work under Liberia’s maritime labor laws, which critics note allow for intimidation in the workplace and few protections for labor unions. In addition, a Liberian “flag of convenience” allows ship owners to pay lower tonnage taxes than ships that fly the U.S. flag. Maritime companies have increasingly used the Marshall Islands to register their vessels. The jurisdiction boasts of “no taxation, lax regulation, and no requirements for disclosure of many corporate details—even to the United States government,” according to a report in the World Policy Journal.

     

    The recent seizure of cocaine on a Foremost coal ship came as authorities in Colombia have stepped up anti-drug trafficking enforcement in the region. The Nation spoke to Luis Gonzales, an official with the Colombian Coast Guard in Santa Marta, who told us that the Ping May’s crew were questioned as part of an ongoing investigation, but that no charges have yet been filed. His team found the cocaine in forty separate packages.

     

    The Republican Senate minority leader’s personal wealth grew seven-fold over the last ten years thanks in large part to a gift given to him and his wife in 2008 from James Chao worth between $5 million and $25 million (Senate ethics forms require personal finance disclosures in ranges of amounts, rather than specific figures). The gift helped the McConnells after their stock portfolio dipped in the wake of the financial crisis that year, and ensured they could pay off more than $100,000 in mortgage debt on their Washington home.

     

    The generous gift made McConnell one of the wealthiest members of the Senate, with a net worth averaging around $22.8 million, according to the Washington Post’s review of his financial disclosures.

    Just in case you didn’t think these sorts of relationships have a direct effect on U.S. foreign policy, think again…

    The ties between McConnell and his in-laws have come under scrutiny before. In 2001, they were probed in depth by The New Republic in an article that charged that McConnell led an effort to soften his party’s criticism of China. Through James Chao, who was a classmate of Jiang Zemin, the president of China in the 90s, McConnell and his wife met with Jiang several times, both in Beijing and in Washington.

     

    McConnell subsequently tempered his criticism of Chinese human rights abuses, and broke with hawks like Senator Jesse Helms to support Most Favored Nation trading status with China. ??As Foremost established closer ties with mainland China, McConnell endorsed the position that the United States should remain “ambiguous” about coming to the defense of Taiwan. In 1999, McConnell and his wife appeared at the University of Louisville with Chinese Ambassador Li Zhaoxing. Li used the opportunity to bash congressional leaders for rebuking China over its repression of the Falun Gong religious sect.

     

    “Any responsible government will not foster evil propensities of cults by being over-lenient,” Li reportedly said at the event with McConnell and Chao. Rather than distance himself from the remarks, McConnell reportedly spoke about his “good working relationship” with Li.

     

    Requests for comment to the McConnell team about the Ping May cocaine incident have gone unanswered.

     

    McConnell has positioned himself over the years as a tough on drugs politician. In 1996, McConnell was the sole sponsor of the Enhanced Marijuana Penalties Act, a bill to increase the mandatory minimum sentencing for those caught with certain amounts of marijuana. Apress release noted that his bill would make “penalties for selling marijuana comparable to those for selling heroin and cocaine.”

     

    In recent weeks, McConnell has touted his role in calling for more federal money to be used for drug enforcement.

    Readers of Liberty Blitzkrieg will know that I do not think there is such a thing as a “victimless crime,” and I am completely against the government led “war on drugs,” “war on terrorism” and “war on poverty.” Whenever the state declares “war” on something, you naturally get more of it.

    All that said, the article above gives voters some important information on McConnell, particularly with regard to how the source of his wealth and his family ties actively impact his policy choices in Washington.

    Like the Democratic Party leadership, the Republican Party establishment consists of a cadre of cronies merely trying to enrich themselves. McConnell is a huge part of the problem, and the American public should know more about him.

    Don’t forget this post from 2012: Senate Leader McConnell Fighting AGAINST Campaign Finance Reform.

    Senate Leader McConnell Fighting AGAINST Campaign Finance Reform

    This appears to be another example of the dissent and internal implosion occurring within the Republican Party, which I discussed in my piece yesterday Night of the Long Knives. According to The Hill:

    McConnell met with the House Republican Study Committee last week to warn conservatives in the lower chamber not to sign on to any bipartisan initiative requiring super-PACs to disclose their donors.

    The meeting came at a time Democrats are reaching out to Republican colleagues in the Senate to build support for legislation strengthening campaign finance disclosure.

    Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) has been talking with Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and other “interested parties” about drafting a new version of the Disclose Act, which would require outside political groups to disclose the identities of their biggest donors.

    So how does McConnell defend this position? He claims that:

    He was simply making the point, ‘We’re all in favor of disclosure, so it seems very easy to put your name on something called the Disclose Act, but don’t be confused. The Disclose Act is not about creating more disclosure. It’s about targeting one group, one set of donors and trying to create [a] chilling effect,’ ” said Rob Woodall (R-Ga.), who attended the meeting.

    I’ve had enough of this “he said, she said” nonsense. If McConnell’s claims are true let’s see specific sections of the legislation that prove this to be the case. Then we can really see where things stand. Enough is enough with these games in Washington.

    Full article here.

  3. It strikes me the only people who vote are the ones who think the system is working for them.

  4. RonMamita says:

    If only it was that monochromatic, many of the people I speak with “believe” the training that “by the people and for the people” government is true.

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