With Nostradamus against Obama

First a short reminder: This blog is based on my very own and early presidential prediction alone, finally published on January 15th, 2008. I found out only later that Nostradamus had a simular prophecy, worth being mentioned since nobody seemed to know about it.


Slowly but surely "rock star" Barack Obama's lipstick
is coming off with every bad decision, and by now even
his vice president candidate Senator Joe Biden had to
admit: »Mrs Clinton would've been the better pig pick.«

In medias res: I see the race tight right now, never mind the polls. And I see Senator John McCain taking over on Election Day, if not before. The economic situation will not allow a Barack Obama to be voted for, by senior citizens especially, and just like I predicted it during the primaries John McCain will win Florida again.

Have fun closing the gap: Love the action!

While even the new Gallup poll shows John McCain gaining ground, Rasmussen's daily presidential tracking poll gives Barack Obama now a melting nationwide lead of only 3%, and tomorrow and the days after it should be even less.

We saw John McCain suddenly losing in polls when the economic crisis occured, before he was doing just fine. No wonder since people blamed the Republicans in a first and angry reaction. But by now they have started thinking and will recognize Barack Obama as the bigger risk. »Spreading the worth«? Raising taxes on large corporations? What that would really be like? Simply backfiring: Those who got the money won't put it into the market but take it out to avoid paying higher taxes - bad for everybody. The fear factor is going to shift in favor of John McCain among undecided voters soon, he'll be more trusted in financial matters. Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Florida? At least three of them are to be won by John McCain.

People do understand that Barack Obama can't deliver on his promises, and the closer Election Day comes the more crazy his promises get. By now he can't even get his promises straight anymore, they change by the hour and don't match with what his buddy Joe Biden says. Barack Obama has nothing in his tank to make a strong finish except all the money he spends like crazy, not without criticizing Sarah Palin for being dressed up in this hard economic times. He and his spent $600 millions totally underestimate the undecided voters!

Senator Barack Obama wants people to help him with their votes. He begs for it. But when these same people needed his help and vote he didn't deliver any service, as reminded by Hillary Clinton during a televised debate: »In the Illinois state Senate, Senator Obama voted 130 times 'present'. That's not yes, that's not no. That's maybe.« That's like not taking part in the upcoming election at all. Let him therefore be punished by a too low voters turnout!

Last not least there is yet another minus for Barack Obama when it comes to the important national security: The American military doesn't trust the wannabe Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. Instead active duty members are by 63% for John McCain. This sends a clear signal to voters aware of it, as Barack Obama wants to pull U.S. troops out of Iraq, whether they like it or not.

I'm still placing bets on my predicted candidate. Las Vegas presidential odds are up since quite a while: 6.00! And yes, I know that the Irish bookmaker Paddy Power paid out early all bets on Barack Obama as they figured after the last presidential debate already the race to be over. But they have been wrong before when they also paid out early on a EU Referendum Vote about the Lisbon Treaty. No further comment.

President over Antichrist: Nostradamus predicts McCain over Obama and Mabus

With and despite all political internet rumors whether B. Hussein Obama or his friend Ray Mabus is possibly the third Antichrist, and after an adventurous digression into the world of prophecy between Nostradamus's predictions and the possibility of a first black or female U.S. president in 2008, this weblog has come more and more closer to its ultimate goal in politics: It seems fair to say that John McCain has never before been so close to actually win the 2008 presidential election race, where growing Republican support for him builds up.

As I predicted time ago, the Democrats and their politicians are still far away from having an official nominee (with Hillary doing some serious catch-up 1st week of March, 3 out of 4, just watch it!) and John McCain hasn't yet announced his running mate to be for the general election. And as we watch the Democratic candidates to further weaken each other in their internal warfare, open ends allow John McCain to not name the next U.S. Vice President of his taste.

On the Democratic side there is a possibility of a seemingly strong Obama/Clinton or Clinton/Obama ticket, a no-brainer that only a weird ego can destroy (Obama?); their party will not want to drop either one of them, I guess, never mind who in the end gets the nomination: Barack Hussein Obama can add experience with Bill's Hillary and Hillary's Bill to his account (economy, predictable crash on Wall Street, e.g.) while the Clintons will get Obama's enthusiastic crouds and his fundraising abilities to their common advantage. One way or the other they will be a strong opponent to beat. Maybe too strong - thats why they might never together exist?

For the over all win of the 2008 U.S. Presidency bookmakers have marked Barack Hussein Obama as their favorite in bets, with odds that seem too small to be too good. Like early in the run for the Republican nomination John McCain is the underdog again, and I see great opportunities to earn just another bag of money. Nothing in the latest developements did in any way contradict my prognose, but only strengthened its chances, as I see it.

Nostradamus' presidential prediction '08: McCain to be trusted over Obama

Going back to Nostradamus' presidential prediction where it says »the least part doubtful for the elder one« it leaves only one clue on the table, made out of three matters Nostradamus mentioned (age, trust, win): On Election Day the majority will trust John McCain more than Barack Obama; safety first.

And here we go where even the last Republican campaigner seems finally to understand the inevitable: The last days of the election campaigns are and will be about trust, doubts and fears, I bet. And the less troubled candidate will win: Now everybody looks at Barack Obama as John McCain seems too far behind and out of the picture; but can Obama stand that upcoming scrutiny? Didn't he already have problems and losses because of his poll positions against a Hillary Clinton in the primaries? He usually doesn't do well when people start thinking about who that Barack Obama actually and really is.
After all he might inherit the most difficult presidency America has seen since long, domestically and internationally.

Nostradamus, known for his indirect talk, calls John McCain by his most obvious characteristic, his record-breaking age, while the majority's trust is described as »the least part doubtful«. So taking this presidential prediction we should understand, that Nostradamus not only tells us who will be the coming U.S. president, but also why: Could Barack Obama's associations all go unpunished with him over the finish line? A John McCain with such a social record would've been punched out already long time ago - wouldn't he?! And Barack Obama isn't even straight talking about it...

So what does that mean for the last weeks and days before Election Day 2008? Watch out for ad attacks against too much credit towards Barack Obama, watch lots of ads against a Barack Obama who cannot be trusted, and watch out for a(nother) Nostradamus prediction to come true.

Do some maths:
Obama + Michelle + Wright + Farrakhan + Pfleger + Khalidi + Rezko + Ayers - Hillary + Acorn = U.S. President 2008 and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces?

Las Vegas betting odds are still favoring Barack Obama - no surprise. And sure the polls have Barack Obama in lead by far - coming out of a biased media. And questions are asked if John McCain can still win the presidential election race '08.

But how easy should it indeed be for the Republicans to totally miscredit the Democrats' »new messiah« if John McCain and Sarah Palin really don't want to lose the election?

Have a taste of it already...

Some ads just cost the biggest fan of it:

Thank you, Sarah Palin!

While Joe Biden had to escape into misrepresentations his opponent Governor Sarah Palin surely surprised her worst critics and biggest fans with a superb straight forward performance, bringing my and Nostradamus' presidential prediction a huge step forward: No more edited interviews but a full length debate with a fabolous vice presidential candidate on the Republican side who earned all the respect for re-injecting momentum into John McCain's campaign.

Watch out for coming polls and odds, or even better: Tonight Las Vegas bookmakers still give you odds of 3.00 on a Republican presidential election win - that's so much more value than the stupid 1.33 odds on Obama's ticket; have a bet if you may! Because we have just seen a mind- and gamechanger where Governor Sarah Palin was clearly on message all way long, was articulate, effective, real, sincere and authentic, humorful, generous and most entertaining, while obviously even Joe Biden couldn't help it but find her likeable.

Palin's debateAmerican politics found a new and intelligent superstar with great skills in communications, who took on a very experienced six-term senator, was confident, assertive, well prepared and surely having fun, who was merciless against Barack Obama's arrogant, naive and dangerous policies and who came up tonight with a much better performance than John McCain himself has shown us until now. Congrats and thanks to Sarah Palin for that brilliant debate.

Prediction for U.S. VP Showdown Debate

When tonight at 9pm ET Sarah Palin meets her opponent Joe Biden in their vice presidential debate we'll see two poker players at the table, going head-to-head: She has not too many chips left, he is looking to take the finish in record time. Ask some pros: This might go very wrong for Mr. Joe Biden!

One of the first poker lessons I learnt was that poker is 30% luck, even for a 100% idiot. Next thing I remember is that George W. Bush lost all debates but always won his elections. So how much is there really to beat for Joe Biden? And how easy could he lose all his stake for nothing?

Pew Research CenterWhatever the felt pressure for each of both candidates in tonight's vice presidential debate, it will not be a fair round, cannot be: Because Joe Biden only has to present himself as an acceptable second man to a potential next American leader, but Sarah Palin will have to show that she could be is qualified to serve as U.S. president her very self, thanks to John McCain's assumed low life expectancy. Nothing wrong with that, is it? Is it?

So what is it going to be in a few hours time from now where Nostradamus didn't leave us a direct clue? Joe Biden, the guy with most of the chips in his hands, will lose feathers, and hockey mom Sarah Palin will throw anything and everything on him to win this round by a late knockout - she doesn't have any other chance; and so don't we. May the force be with her!

Presidential predictions: Obama!?

Let's have a look how my and Nostradamus's presidential prediction for 2008 is backed up lately by the behaviour of the two standing opponents: While John McCain knows to positively surprise and serve his supporters, the bookmakers' favorite Barack Obama is not shy to distance himself with arrogance from potential voters, I'd say.

The Republican presidential candidate did everybody a favor by chosing Sarah Palin as his running mate; a generous move which will pay back just in time. The Democrat for his part left Hillary Clinton and her crowds out, not even commenting on his fatal decision. Is it really a wonder that a person like Lynn Forester de Rothschild turns to John McCain, calling Barack Obama an elitist whom she does not like?

Clinton Hillraisers: »Frankly, we don't like Obama!«

Let me prepare you for the following: More people like Lynn Forester de Rothschild will endorse John McCain for President in the next days and weeks - because a clear difference in characters between the presidential candidates is getting too obvious...

John McCain truely seems to be in politics and campaign for the reason to serve, help and protect, and no American is going to hate him for that. In the same time his younger rival loses more and more contact with reality and people, that's the overall impression. Obama loves to think that he is the great new leader the world has been waiting for. And he has proven enough arrogance to throw a Hillary Clinton overboard without listening to the huge crowd of her supporters.

The fact that Obama is also not ready to admit mistakes (like his bad judgement on the Iraq surge, e.g.) doesn't make him a person of political trust and change, but a less likeable guy, as he continues to present himself as a man of no good principles. You see, the more people told him that he is the coming messiah of politics the more he tries to present himself like one. The more people told him that he is handsome the more he tries to look like it...

»I'm not too skinny?«
To me it seems like this guy is going further down with every clap on his shoulder, isn't he?! And yes, at the end of each day he looks more like a vain elitist and career driven media clown in fancy suits, but not as the worrying politician who is going to change the world for the better while protecting the middle class, fighting corruption and so on.

Going with Nostradamus: Despite all current polls and odds, which seem to fancy Barack Obama as the next president, on the long way to 4th of November 2008 his tank will be empty soon and his bad political calculations will lose fans where no taxes can be risen in the next future due to the current financial fallout, thanks to Wall Street.
At the very end we will see between romantics and pseudo-romantics a low turnout of Obama voters and the American President 2008 will be John McCain.

Obama and McCain tied: 48% for each, says Rasmussen

Nostradamus' latest candidates: Obama and McCain

Three days before the presidential debates are going in a long awaited first round the scenario of election polls couldn't be more undecided: The Rasmussen Report has both candidates tied up, »Barack Obama attracts 48% of the vote and so does John McCain«.

So where did Obama's lead go? Why is he losing ground? Maybe because the last president the American people want right now is one who is going to raise taxes, while Las Vegas presidential betting odds stay just the same? With the presidential debates scheduled to start on Friday night (watch out for biased moderators!) we should soon see some more serious trends in polls. Indeed these debates with the economy as the top issue will have a significant importance since the presidential election race is so tied. Predicting with Nostradamus I'd say that the elder and more experienced one is going to become the polls' favorite over the weekend...

Obama's comeback in recent polls: A short story?

Obama blacked out

A nationwide election poll out yesterday showed presidential candidate Barack Obama with a 5-point lead over Republican John McCain, a reversal from polls before the Wall Street economic crisis hit. If at the end of the blackest Wall Street week since the Great Depression of 1929 Democrat Obama comes out as the only winner of that all then how fragile must his current lead be? Especially since the U.S. government seems to have ended the crises while showing a solution and great leadership in this one...

Today stocks jump higher as the Bush government takes steps to rescue America's economy: The German Stock Index (DAX) climbed up Friday afternoon by 4.8 percent to 6142 points, in London, there was an increase of 7 percent, the Swiss benchmark presented more than 5 percent, the Shanghai stock market experienced the largest price increase in its history and the Dow Jones index is at the start of trading in New York by 400 points after the U.S. government announced a rescue plan for ailing banks. Isn't the economic crisis over?

Democrats' presidential campaign seem to have a totally other view on reality and come out with a new Barack Obama ad:

Sure, the financial fallout could cost American taxpayers around a trillion Dollar, according to U.S. Senator Richard Shelby's prediction, where »lesser evil« was chosen because further delay and a worsening of the crisis could be even more expensive. But what if the economic crises is over as such? What if the U.S. government has actually done a good job? Wouldn't that backfire, Mr Barack Obama - and so what would you right now wish for economically?

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Betting Odds for Presidential Elections 2008 Falling

My last bet on McCain winning the U.S. Presidential Election 2008 was placed when odds where up at 3.70 - ever since then odds are falling, Obama could soon become the underdog.Obama angry

As we see Barack Obama making some bad decisions (pastor, running-mate, etc.) the polls and odds continue to move to John McCain's favor. For now we already get Las Vegas bookmakers odds of 1.73 for Obama, which is an absolute high as an absolute low for him. McCain at the same time could still double one's money, with odds of 2.00 today.

As much as this is no political blog, it is still all about making money online and I can't complain.

Obama in the news:
Streisand headlines fundraiser for Obama | Economists take critical view of health plans | Newsweek: Will economic meltdown lift Obama?

Nostradamus about McCain against Obama: The elder one to be trusted

See, when Barack Obama was up in the polls he only knew to soon lose all his advantage. When John McCain was down he knew to win anyway, by creativity and some smart moves. That is their proven difference in experience. And it is exactly what Nostradamus said in his prophecy as people start to trust the more experienced guy: »The least part doubtful for the elder one« means within the prediction that the majority won't trust the young and inexperienced.

Even the bookmakers have to rethink towards reality as odds go down: McCain 2.20, Obama 1.61 now.

Nostradamus predicted McCain & CoTo chose Sarah Palin was probably not the last genius strike John McCain will have to offer within those last sixty days of his campaign, a fact that marks him as the responsible leader who doesn't care too much about his ego where a more common success is needed.

Slowly but surely 'rock star' Barack Obama's lipstick is coming off with every bad decision, and by now even his vice president candidate Joe Biden knows to admit: »Hillary Clinton would've been the better pig pick.«

At the end America will vote for the elder one as predicted by Nostradamus, no doubt about it.

Nostradamus, Obama, McCain and Mabus: A Digression

Search terms Nostradamus, Obama, McCain, Mabus and the antichrist connected do end up in confusing results as there are many rumors and articles out on the internet that have too many sites and sides supported. In this section I shall find time besides from politics for an intentional change of subject: Could it possibly be that Michel de Nostradamus (1503-1566) had a prophecy referring to Barack H. Obama, the junior United States Senator from Illinois and leading candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 U.S. presidential election? Very unlikely, while a direct Nostradamus prophecy mentions John McCain »the elder one«, but: Even though I couldn't find anything specific pointing to Barack Obama himself and his name within Michele de Nostradame's prophecies, there is indeed one political scenario anyway, which somehow could directly connect Nostradamus and Obama through a man named »Mabus«. Note: It is widely believed that Nostradamus calls the third Antichrist to come by the name of Mabus and several projects work more or less hard to find out in time, who that Mabus might be.

Nostradamus Obama McCainThroughout his last 11 years in the 16th century the French mystic and physician Nostradamus created and published 900 verses describing them to be predictions about future events: Nostradamus claimed his visions came to him as moving pictures with colour and sound on the surface of a waterbowl which he used during occult practices. In fear of persecution by church and state, inquisition and torture, Michel de Nostradamus wrote down his experiences in a very own code, a mixture of Old French, Latin, Italian, Greek and provincial dialects, while original names were changed e.g. into a form of anagrams.

In medias res, 2008: Nostradamus wrote about three Antichrists to come. The first two Antichrists he predicted are believed to have been the politicians Napoleon and Hitler. Let us now look at prophecies of Nostradamus's associated with the third Antichrist:

Century II quatrain 62

Mabus will soon die and there will come
A dreadful destruction of people and animals,
Suddenly vengeance will be revealed,
Hundred, hands, thirst and hunger when the comet will pass.

While there are many and wild suggestions available on who might be that Mabus, there is one Mr. Mabus existing in Barack Obama's relations: Raymond Edwin "Ray" Mabus, Jr. (* 11th of October 1948) is an American businessman and political leader from Mississippi, who works on international business matters, is involved in political campaigns, and serves on various corporate and charitable boards. Previously, he served as Governor of Mississippi between 1988 and 1992 as a Democrat and as Ambassador to Saudi Arabia from 1994 to 1996. So Mr. Mabus is not only involved in international business, but in addition he also and frequently assists political campaigns, in Mississippi and nationally: Mr. Mabus endorsed in May 2007 U.S. Senator Barack Hussein Obama for president, and is serving as a senior adviser to the ongoing campaign.

Nostradamus's prophecy speeks about Mabus to "soon die". So what could happen in 2008 to one day make us believe (once more) that things just happened as predicted hundreds of years ago by Nostradamus? An assassination attempt on Barack Obama, in which his bystanding friend Raymond Edwin »Ray« Mabus, Jr. dies nearby and soon, »suddenly vengeance will be revealed« by »the black and angry« - civil war breaks out in America 2008, that would be it.

Century VI quatrain 33

His hand finally through the bloody ALUS,
He will be unable to protect himself by sea,
Between two rivers he will fear the military hand,
The black and angry one will make him repent of it.

Whoever is »he« and behind the assassination attempt, »the black and angry one will make him repent of it« - and it doesn't leave place for Mr. Mabus to be the third Antichrist since he therefore dies too soon.

All I say is: This is a scenario that, if ever happened, will clearly be referred to Nostradamus's prophecy, which on the other hand claims about the next president that U.S. Senator John McCain (born August 29, 1936), the elder one, will win the election in 2008.

According to conspiracy theories and Nostradamus's prophecies all together we should witness this soon in 2008: John McCain and his choice of Vice President must replace George W. Bush and Dick Cheney as U.S. Presidents 2008 in the White House to secure further cover-ups (9/11, etc.) and the course of it all (Iraq, etc.). Since Obama becomes a strong favorite in the polls an assassination attempt is launched in which Obama's friend Mabus dies. The outbreak of civil war threatens America while McCain wins the election anyway, because people don't want to see Obama as a commander in chief. Obama feels cheated, demonstrations throughout the country take place and calls for revolution meet violence, developing into civil war with the army soon stepping in.

The most easiest way to avoid all this would be have been to vote for Hillary Clinton in 2008, I guess - if you don't want too much »change« and all kind of people to even try to assassinate Barack Hussein Obama.

End of digression.

McCain's running mate

top 5 vp

Steve Forbes? No.
Mike Pense
Jim Niminth

conservatives choice

Mitt Romney out!

No Supuer Thursday at all, just talks about Hillary's money? Nope: Arizona Sen. John McCain giving my prediciton another boost and leaves the presidential race.

Rudy Giuliani: McCain's predicted U.S. Vice President 2008

While the Democrats are busy doing what they're doing I have time to take a further look at my prediction from 15th January '08. The question all around these days is about who will be John McCain's running mate where I sorted out Rudy Giuliani long time ago here. As things develope I can only be more certain than ever since Rudy as predicted dropped out of the presidential race and endorced McCain with a smile. He didn't campaign at all and I called him a faker who will soon give it all for John McCain and the vice presidency.

Did you ever wonder what happened to Rudy Giuliani and why his campaign collapsed before he finally dropped out of the presidential race to endorce with a smile John McCain? Have you ever asked yourself how an experienced guy like him could decide to just skip six GOP contests anyway and despite all warnings, following a "strategy" nobody has ever heard of before? After all, Rudy Giuliani once held a double-digit lead - only to give it away. Where were his political advisers and what did they really have in mind? Why did the former mayor of New York all over sudden become a "horrific campaigner"?

Take a look what an ethusiastic guy Mr. Giuliani actually can be when he really wants to win...

Money made with bets on John McCain

This chart plain shows the developement of odds during the last months
blue: John McCain
red: Hillary Clinton
black: Barack Obama

Digression: Mabus, Barack Hussein Obama and Michel de Nostradamus

In this section I shall find time for an intentional change of subject: Could it possibly be that Nostradamus had a prophecy for Barack H. Obama, the junior United States Senator from Illinois and leading candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 U.S. presidential election? Very unlikely, but...

I got a letter from John McCain's campaign manager

Wrapping Up the Nomination

Last night, after our strong victories in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC, I put together an analysis of the state of the race for the Republican nomination. Including the delegates won last night, John McCain is now close to securing the number of delegates needed to be the presumptive Republican nominee. In addition, it is now mathematically impossible for Mike Huckabee to win enough delegates to secure the Republican nomination; there simply aren’t enough delegates left at stake for him to win. Take a look at the following chart:

McCain Delegate Count: 839 in, 352 needed (35% of 774 available)
Huckabee Delegate Count: 241 in, 950 needed (123% of 774 available)

Despite the mathematical certainty, the field is not clear on our side and we must continue to wage an aggressive fight in the upcoming states, including Wisconsin, Washington, Ohio, Texas, Vermont and Rhode Island. The sooner we wrap up this nomination fight, the sooner we can unify our party and begin to face the challenge of defeating the Democrats in the fall. But we need your help to wage aggressive campaigns in these next primary states - will you make a contribution of $100, $200, $500 or whatever you can afford to help us wrap up the Republican nomination and head in the fight against the Obama and Clinton money machines?

Until John McCain secures 1,191 delegates, we must campaign aggressively for the Republican nomination, and that requires additional resources in some of the most populous states in the country. We cannot turn our attention to the Democrats and their enormous war chests until this nomination is secure, and we cannot accomplish that goal without your additional help.

Thank you for being part of Team McCain, for being with the campaign through thick and thin. We’ve won some exciting contests over the last two months, but the challenge is not over – we must continue to spread John McCain’s conservative message of lowering taxes, strengthening our economy, winning the war in Iraq, and fighting radical Islamic extremists. There is a lot of work ahead, but as John McCain has noted, there has never been an election where the choices between the two parties will be so stark. Please help us right now with your most generous contribution.


Rick Davis
Campaign Manager

U.S. Vice President 2008

U.S. Vice President 2008 - who is gonna make it?

Obama tells Jewish leaders: I have never been a Muslim

Obama tells Jewish leaders: I have never been a Muslim

Las Vegas predicts McCain - The House never loses

The House never loses? Las Vegas predicts McCain!

Nostradamus, Obama and McCain in final faceoff: Prediction!

Despite Nostradamus' presidential prediction: Obama and McCain to debate in final faceoff

Europe's finest media tells readers that John McCain needs to turn it all around in his last anti-Obama debate tonight. And Europe's lefties read it with a smile. Such "news" come to them like a long awaited pudding vanielle... every four years!

Or as John McCain says it: "We got them just where we want them."

Before everything else let me tell you as a kind of political statement on this very non-political blog that I don't like people who are driven by hatred, especially not when they're grown, experienced men and in politics, and Jesse Jackson said today: Under Obama, U.S. will rid itself of `Zionist` control. This guy better don't raise my kids. And I wouldn't like to see him served with an election result of his taste. Same goes to radical muslims. No sympathies from me.

Kind (of) Introduction

Let me tell you as a kind of introduction that I don't like people who are driven by hatred, especially not when they're grown men and in politics, and Jesse Jackson said today: Under Obama, U.S. will rid itself of `Zionist` control. This guy better don't raise my kids.

Presidential prediction: Barack Obama's way to John McCain's victory

If you don't like the above picture then please ignore it - I just found it and put it here anyway, maybe only for history's reasons.

There are new names out there in the campaigns, some you might not even have heart about yet and even Google.com is overwhelmed: Joe the plumber we all know by now, but does Michael Signator ring any bell? For sure you don't know how he looks since there is no picture of him existing while he just made it search engines' most searched name ever. Who he is? He is as much close to Barack Obama as Joe W has ever been far away from him, but on the other side there is not one photo of Michael Signator available to the same media that shows Joe W 24/7. Senator Barack Obama wants to keep his closest of all friends a secret at least until the presidential election is over, even though in his book Obama felt the need to write about that guy. Read for yourself if you haven't yet or read it (with updates) again: 'Mystery' man lends support to Obama

Have you seen John McCain getting more energetic in his speeches, with lots of fresh wind? "Road to victory"! He's looking good, and I didn't say that before.

Barack Obama's way to John McCain's victory

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Nostradamus knew about Obama and Mabus

As we have to admit, that Nostradamus wouldn't be a big fan of Barack H. Obama and Mabus these days, some seem to like the candidate anyway. Those who support Barack H. Obama most fearless are against war: They »know« Barack H. Obama is against war as well. But is he?

Nostradamus Obama

The word is that Barack Obama would bring America's troops in Iraq back home, if they want to be brought home or not.
The word is that he is the man of change, positive change that is. But is he?

One thing that striked me in the last weeks was that Barack H. Obama didn't complain at all about being treated so much better than Hillary Clinton by an obviously biased U.S. press. I happened to find that quite unappealing, to say the least - and stupid. Imagine Barack H. Obama would have spoken out against it with only a single sentence during one of these televised debates: He would have scored a homerun, I guess, and his nomination could be most probably in dry towls already since long time.

But what did Barack H. Obama, the Democrat, do instead, while the unfair media tried to take over the Democrats' democratically election? He sat there and let injustice happen to his seemingly own advantage - not very gentleman-like, a living lie, I'd say. One might argue that's a secondary matter of taste, if at all, and anyway it is election time, so gloves should stay off, no presents allowed. Well, firstly I don't think it would've been a present too much for the Clintons, as a little revolution in that matter could have well played into Barack H. Obama's own hands, and secondly it is Barack H. Obama himself who claims all over to be all change and against the old dirty rules and tricks of political games where he just wants to unite. I say: Barack H. Obama missed to give a good example. Indeed he himself is too much of a campaigning Clinton to understand his failure at all.
Q.e.d.: The way Barack H. Obama willingly watched injustice to happen and go on, didn't mark him for me as the »saviour« he claims to be. The fact that Barack H. Obama didn't speak out, at least to build up a real advantage for himself, showed that he is not a smart politician either.

And while I got more and more suspicious of that Obama guy and his showing aura, while I read around to learn that Barack H. Obama was and is connected with dubious people (some too radical and racist, some too criminal, others too corrupt and many too obsessive), I also found out that his stand »against the Iraq war« is nothing much more than a farce.

Yes, in his Illinois state legislature Barack H. Obama opposed the war in Iraq at first...
But when he ran for US Senate and public opinion supported the war with a record high, Barack H. Obama put his nose with the wind and said very clearly: »There's not that much difference between my position and George Bush's position at this stage. The difference, in my mind, is who's in a position to execute.« (July 27, 2004 Chicago Tribune)
Indeed Barack H. Obama believed by then that US forces had to remain in Iraq - just as U.S. President George W. Bush himself thought as well.

Barack H. Obama's campaign says now that he did talk back then only about the ongoing occupation and the need of stabilization in the region. But if Barack H. Obama opposes war, as Barack H. Obama's too many followers choose to believe, why didn't Barack H. Obama take the chance to call for withdrawal somehow anyway, as others did? Because Barack H. Obama was telling on Barack H. Obama's way to be elected into the U.S. Senate some conservative voters that Barack H. Obama's anti-war position didn't mean necessarily anything final, for sure not if it could cost Barack H. Obama an important step forward in Barack H. Obama's political career.
And since Barack H. Obama took office in January 2005, Barack H. Obama constantly gave Barack H. Obama's vote to approve every war appropriation the Republicans came up with, in total for more than $300 billion.

In addition and not to forget, Barack H. Obama did vote for Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, even though she had been partner to the Bush Administration who went to war with Iraq in the first place. Look at Barack H. Obama: He supported herewith one of the main architects of the Iraq war to be(come) the head of U.S. foreign policy, while thirteen of Barack H. Obama's colleagues didn't!
So, as anti-war protesters chant »war criminal« at Rice on Capitol Hill, these very same ignorants are all ready and fired up to vote for Barack H. Obama, who actually helped with all he had to put Condoleezza Rice into office in the first place.

Next thing we know about Barack H. Obama, who loves to present himself as a civil rights lawyer, is the fact that he voted to reauthorize the Patriot Act in July 2005, obviously the biggest attack on civil liberties in the last fifty years, allowing for wholesale eavesdropping on American citizens under the guise of anti-terrorism efforts.

But now, since anti-war sentiments are on the rise, Barack H. Obama over and over again reminds us of himself having opposed the Iraq war and everything that came with it once upon a time, as he announces to get America's combat troops out of Iraq in 2009. All of them? Really? Wow: Before the September 2007 New Hampshire primary during a debate moderated by Tim Russert, saviour Barack H. Obama refused to commit to getting (m)any troops out of Iraq by January 2013 and, on the campaign trail, he has repeatedly stated his desire to add 100,000 combat troops to the military.

Barack H. Obama's only commitment is to keep enough combat troops in Iraq to »carry out counter-terrorism activities there" which includes "striking at al-Qaida in Iraq.«
Therefore Barack H. Obama's idea of warfare will need around 60,000 troops to stay in Iraq, following the report of the Center for American Progress.
And as if that wouldn't be enough, Barack H. Obama repeats for everybody who wants to hear it, that he intends to »redeploy« troops he takes out of the sometimes unpopular war in Iraq and send them right to Afghanistan instead - heavily engaging in war.

Yes, it is no wonder, that Nostradamus, truly a man of peace, wouldn't be a big fan of Barack H. Obama these days; and I really don't get it why anti-war voters see a saviour in Barack H. Obama, whom the predicting Nostradamus might have called »Mabus«, the Antichrist, already long time ago.

Barack Hussein Obama and the real world all around Israel

With the wins in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont, John McCain officially became the Republican nominee on March 4th, he has over 1,191 delegates: Now that Mike Huckabee dropped out of the 2008 U.S. presidential election race, my bookmakers finally paid out all bets I had on John McCain winning the Republican nomination for general elections. And the Clintons won three out of four states yesterday, just as I predicted. With all these results I'm not only richer but also much closer to fullfill my promise, that Barack Hussein Obama will under no circumstances become the next President of the United States of America. You may vote for him anyway, but please: Stop betting on him already - don't believe the hype, don't believe the odds!

Obama, still existing between Nostradamus, romantics and pseudo-romantics, is doomed to lose. The guy was and is connected to the wrong people and too bad ideas. Voters and even the biased press are catching up with his long hidden realities. He might be the favorite Democratic front-runner for crazy Liberals, radical Muslims, unexperienced kids, Israel haters, fearless Republican party leaders, Nostradamus and Mabus fans and those who can't stand the Clintons. But the real crowd of the undecided will get more and more problems with him as time and the insane momentum go by.

Things can't work out for him: He doesn't have enough experience to deal with problems in the Middle East, while his record is not sufficiently long to give a sense of security that he would be friendly to Israel. The things he has said about Israel in the past are at least concerning, and so is his intention to meet with the Iranian president. His supporters come from a sector of the population that is less supportive of Israel. The fact that his father is a Muslim might be problematic after all, while Muslims around the world want him to be elected so much and he still doesn't seem to understand the real meaning of the war on terror. Anti-Semitic comments by his pastor are bothering, and so is the fact that he is consulting with people like Robert Malloy, Susan Palmer and Zbigniew Brzezinski. In addition Obama's intention to withdraw the U.S. troops from Iraq is a sign of problematic policy, while he is (if at all) too liberal for the times we're living in and his promises are too hard to believe.

Besides all this a great majority of potential voters may not have any problem with Obama anyway, but the other candidates just seem to them to be a better choice. Consider these facts and recognize that there is not much left in politics for Michelle's husband Senator Barack Hussein Obama - he is not the Messiah or Antichrist and surely not worth a bet; has never been.

Now let us have a final look at Mrs. Michelle Obama, a woman I personally wouldn't wish for none of my friends as a first lady in private or politics and who might make Mrs. Clinton look like a cucumber between snakes: One shouldn't get tired to remember Michelle Obama's by now famous words about America, a country she has difficulties to be proud of, and one shouldn't be shy to compare these words carefully with things she said about her very own husband earlier in his campaign to a fundraiser in February 2007, before her handlers have convinced her to be more tactful since then:

»I have some difficulty reconciling the two images I have of Barack Obama. There's Barack Obama the phenomenon. He's an amazing orator, Harvard Law Review, or whatever it was, law professor, best-selling author, Grammy winner. Pretty amazing, right? And then there's the Barack Obama that lives with me in my house, and that guy's a little less impressive. For some reason this guy still can't manage to put the butter up when he makes toast, secure the bread so that it doesn't get stale, and his five-year-old is still better at making the bed than he is.«

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd reported at the time, »She added that the TV version of Barack Obama sounded really interesting and that she'd like to meet him sometime.«

Now reread her speech about America: "For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country and not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change. And I have been desperate (...) in my frustration and disappointment."

Now compare: »My house« and »my country«.

Nuff said. Maybe I should feel sorry for Barack. But I'm just not in the mood (yet).

Conspiracy: Obama, Farrakhan, Black Pope, Mabus, Antichrist and Nostradamus in 2008

Obama and Black Pope?
Radical anti-semists and racist scholars like Al Sharpton and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan (National Representative of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and The Nation of Islam) are allowed to do what is forbidden to all of us: They can believe in a new Messiah and a hidden islamic agenda when it comes to Obama's run on the White House, and Barack Hussein's pastor Reverend Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright, Jr. expresses admiration for them all.

However, we shouldn't and mustn't even try to remember how much is one plus one.

While political correctness doesn't have to be correct per se, I find it quite remarkable, that people like Farrakhan, who lived a long experienced political life, should all over sudden be totally wrong when it comes to their very own subject and candidate Obama. Why should I believe they don't know nothing about the guy they support?

The Nation of Islam under the leadership of their Minister Louis Farrakhan is the catalyst for growth and development of Islam in America. When after some long nights of thinking Farrakhan, the master of his subject, now comes out to endorse Mr. Barack Hussein Obama and »Change!«, then I and his most tasteless followers should trust him to know exactly what he is doing: Taking the presidential candidate's middle name for guaranteed while the rest of the world is ordered to ignore it, eventually better adviced in these post 9/11 times during an ongoing Iraq war.

A win-win situation for a possibly hidden agenda and for Barack (translate: flash of lightning), whose names are so close to Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden as his social connections are not too far away from any understandable suspicions: With Louis Farrakhan there is a clear message out for certain voters and a golden opportunity for Obama to seemingly political correct distance himself from any possible allegations that have been there anyway.

Now, with that said: Is it too much to ask for, to just not be forbidden to recognize the middle name of Barack Hussein Obama as existing? After all, some of his most enthusiastic supporters are very political people and could without mistake know what they do and for sure not mean harm to their own course and followers, don't they?!

As for my prediction, I and Nostradamus have to be happy with the latest developments, which serve as forseen the Republican John McCain more than any Antichrist, where the Democratic candidates and their supporters hurt and embarrass themselves in internal warfare, with the Clintons becoming increasingly less relevant as an upcoming McCain-Obama battle already captures lots of attention. But B. Hussein Obama and H. Clinton have one more round, next Tuesday, before she will have to concede defeat - unless she manages to surprise everyone yet again. To await that gives me some time to reread Nostradamus' predictions about the Black Pope, to find out where Farrakhan fits in.

Republican contender John McCain's campaign team is preparing files with incriminating information about Democratic candidate Barack Obama. McCain's advisers are eagerly looking forward to the great debate between these two candidates, in good hope that we will never have to meet again with that fat man Michael Moore presenting us one day just another homemade picture about conspiracy theories and all kinds of long known connections between a U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama, Minister Louis Farrakhan, the Black Pope, Al Sharpton, Ray Mabus, the Antichrist and Nostradamus or whoever.

John McCain: "It's Israel, stupid!"

John McCain on Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference: »Those [Democratic] senators won't recognize and seriously address the threat posed by an Iran with nuclear ambitions to our ally Israel in the region. I intend to make unmistakably clear to Iran we will not permit a government that espouses the destruction of the State of Israel as its fondest wish and pledges undying enmity to the United States to possess the weapons to advance their malevolent ambitions.«

Where a candidate like George W. Bush had to repeat over and over again the names of enemies along a certain axis of evil, Mr. McCain has the pleasure to just name an ally for the same effect, addressing safety and security: Israel. And it is by far not only the Jews who McCain is courting with such gestures.

John McCain predicted PresidentNaming the Iranian threat alone could after all not play too well into McCain's hands, since that might too easily sound like another Iraq war to come - so mentioning Israel instead quite a lot will do the trick, I predict: Not to do anything that might compromise Israel's security will be an often said phrase by McCain and his biggest supporters like Senator Joe Lieberman, worth more than any rhethoric tricks and promises all together, it seems. For McCain Israel will become a most effective tool, leaving the ecomomy to »stupid!« Democrats.

After all John McCain will have to win the trust even of the most conservative Republicans from the right wing of the party, and those he can't impress with pure social matters alone. To perform the long balance act between radicals and moderates among Republicans until November and therefore to win those who don't trust him without losing his strongest support which lays with the less conservatives, McCain shall be well adviced to play the Israel card here wisely, directly and indirectly but a lot, to connect all those he needs. No radical Republican will want to miss the chance to vote in favor of Israel, I'd say - and no moderate has to be ashamed to do just the same.

Already two weeks ago, when asked about his chances of winning the Republican nomination despite polls, odds and his poor relations with evangelical Christians, McCain noted that an influential segment of this community is very committed to Israel, and »obviously I have been a very strong proponent to the State of Israel...«, Israel, Israel, Israel.

And earlier, in the summer: »The State of Israel has never needed your support and your hopes and your prayers they way they need it today,« McCain said. »And God bless you for your commitment.« (At the annual Christians United for Israel Summit in Washington)

Yes, when it comes to Israel (psst: and Iran), Mr. John McCain indeed has an unforgetable fine and conservative record that should do a lot for him now: azstarnet.com/news

Thank you, Mike Huckabee!

predicted president John McCain and Mike
Yesterday a boldly resisting Mike Huckabee easily won GOP caucuses in Kansas and almost won the Louisiana primary over the Republicans' front-runner Senator John McCain, giving a breath of life to the former Arkansas governor's uphill campaign. Early today, the Republican Party chairman in Washington state declared John McCain the narrow winner of the state's caucuses, AP reported. Even though John McCain is well over halfway toward securing his nomination, Huckabee remains popular with the party's social conservative wing and insisted he would keep on racing.

McCain has earned 719 delegates toward the 1191 needed to bring in the GOP nomination, and political analysts say it will be too difficult for Huckabee to come back and win, since most of the Republican state contests are not winner-take-all anyway. Actually its pretty senseless for Huckabee to stay in the race, and at first sight he may mean harm to my election prediction in favor of John McCain.

But I thank him anyway: Mike Huckabee keeps the Republicans and McCain with him in the daily election news throughout the media, instead of leaving the field all to the Democrats - this is an important service towards general elections. And Huckabee gives as well front-runner John McCain lots of time to not yet announce his secretly chosen running-mate for a while. And so its all good.