Don't be snookered again. How do you really know who you are voting for in this presidential election, like all of ther others? Campaign rhetoric? Promises (from a politician?) The mainstream (corporate) media? Get real. It's money people. Always has been, always will be.

Who's giving the money and who's getting it?

Let's see the top 5 campaign contributors for the candidates this year:

Obama: (1) Univ of California; (2) Microsoft; (3) Google; (4) Harvard; (5) United States Government

Romney: (1) Goldman Sachs (interestingly, Goldman was Obama's #2 in 2008); (2) Bank of America; (3) JP Morgan; (4) Microsoft; (5) Credit Suisse

Now, please tell me where do the candidates' real allegiances lie? Us or them?

By comparison, let's look at the top 5 campaign contributors for that alleged radical weirdo isolationist candidate Ron Paul (really the liberty loving, sound money, dismantle the welfare/warfare state candidate): (1) United States Army; (2) United States Air Force; (3) United States Navy; (4) Google; (5) United States Department of Defense.

Quite a contrast don't you think. Unfortunately, we are again stuck with their choices of candidates, not ours.
"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want and deserve to get it good and hard." H. L. Mencken