Obama Open Mic Part II: The Powers That BE Want Romney, Not Rick

Steve Cooper


Special thanks to Bill for sending me this video…

I can not confirm if this voice belongs to Obama, but it certainly sounds like him to me. The person on this recording mentions how “The powers that BE want Romney instead of Rick” (Santorum).

This is almost word for word what I told people on my Facebook Page back in May 2011.

I said “My research is leading me to believe that Romney will be the 2012 nominee and that it has already been decided. You can vote all you want, because you will have no voice or choice in the matter.”

I also said “The powers that BE” many times to my readers. Who are the ‘powers that BE’? The Communist Establishment dictates the rules to the GOP Establishment and they must be obeyed. Do I have proof? No, but this is my opinion. I have a very high accuracy rate and that is why I have had so many loyal readers the past 7 years on the Internet.

Obama also states in the video “who could blame them”  when he referred to Ron Paul being tossed out of the race as Republican nominee. This is the first time that I agree with Obama.

6 thoughts on “Obama Open Mic Part II: The Powers That BE Want Romney, Not Rick”

  1. UPDATE – Rick Perry dropped out on Jan 19th and Rick Santorum dropped out on April 10th. This video was released in March 2012. That is closer to Santorum dropping out, but it could be Perry too. I forgot about him.

  2. It is not only “The powers that BE” in the US that want Mitt and not Rick and not Ron and not Herman and not the other Rick, etc. but it is also other conservatives from around the world. A delegation from the English Conservative Party, led by the Party Chairman Baroness Warsi, will be in Tampa for the Republican convention. This will be, according to press reports, “a time when the ideological divide between the two parties has never been greater.” It appears that even among conservatives in the UK “Barack Obama remained much more popular with Tory MPs than Mitt Romney and his fiscally conservative running-mate Paul Ryan.”

    Asked why his fellow Conservative Party members remained so suspicious of their fraternal conservatives in America, Mr Newmark, the party whip, said one major factor was the bashing of ObamaCare and the UK health system, the NHS, by US conservatives. Both ObamaCare and the NHS have almost universal support in the UK. “More importantly the whole Tea Party movement doesn’t sit comfortably with most conservatives in the UK. And the whole Bible-Belt thing; looking to God the whole time; the extreme anti-abortion approach; it just doesn’t sit well with the Conservative Party at all.”

    1. Remember that the media feeds us the propaganda that Ron Paul is a conservative also but he’s really a leftist, iranian terrorist propagandist. Alex Jones also preaches that he is a conservative but he is far from that. just because someone calls himself a conservative it doesn’t mean that they really are one

    2. the International communists and Muslim terrorists want Obama to win. the Republicans fear what might happen if they do win this election, because Putin and his Islamic surrogates will not be too pleased.

  3. I’m not at all being dismissive of your intuition, Steve Cooper, when I say that anyone paying attention since 2008 – definitely 2009 – could see that Romney would be the GOP candidate for the 2012 election for POTUS. In many, many interviews, editorials and “news reports,” he was mentioned or discussed as if he’d already won the nomination from the GOP.

    Then, there was the article that Gateway Pundit picked up from a news source and posted at GP in which was quoted a woman who was/is among the top brass of the National Republican Party. She said something about Rick Perry not having a chance and that it was already decided that Romney was the GOP’s man. I wish I could find it and link it because you have to read her words exactly to get how definite and final the her/their decision was.

    1. Then, there is this.

      Urgent Action Needed… RNC Is Pushing to Eliminate Grassroots Influence …Update: Sarah Palin Weighs In
      Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, August 27, 2012, 4:47 PM
      By Shane Wright and Jim Hoft

      “Yesterday, Michael Duncan reported at Freedom Works on a brewing fight in the rules committee of the RNC. Essentially, the Rules Committee is trying to disenfranchise grassroots groups by allowing the party nominee to dismiss delegates and silence opposition…”

      Read the rest here: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/08/urgent-action-needed-rnc-is-pushing-to-eliminate-grassroots-influence/

      GOP Bosses Offer Olive Branch to Avert Floor Fight
      Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, 6:59 AM

      “GOP bosses offered a late night olive branch to delegates to avert a floor fight this morning at the RNC Convention. Romney supporters and GOP leaders agreed to back down from a proposed rule change that would have allowed presidential nominees to choose the delegates they want at national conventions.”

      Read the rest here: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/08/gop-bosses-offer-olive-branch-to-avert-floor-fight/

      GOP Rules Change Update: Victory or Farce? …Update: GOP Brass Still Pushing Changes
      Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, 12:05 PM

      I don’t understand the nomination process at all – the delegates and being bound, none of it. But, still, it doesn’t look fair and just at all.

      It reminds me of this:
      Study: Obama bought ‘super-delegates’ in ’08
      $640,926 spent during primary secured twice as many party elders
      Published: 04/03/2012 at 8:49 PM

      “A new study of the 2008 super-delegate fight found that Obama gave $640,926 to 100 superdelegates, while Clinton gave $247,500 to 47. In the end, the spending helped to give Obama twice as many of the 840 party elders, House and Senate members and governors, which made up 20 percent of the Democratic delegate total.”

      Read the rest here: http://www.wnd.com/2012/04/study-obama-bought-super-delegates-in-08/

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