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Put on Your Tin Foil Hats

Well, Karen Velie from UncoveredSLO.com certainly lit up the phone lines today during the 4:05 segment. Go to their web site and check out the new story about U.S. troops being deployed domestically on the eve of the upcoming presidential elections. The essence of the story is that members of the U.S. military believe that the election will be rigged against Obama and that riots will break out around the country in protest. Therefore the troops are needed to keep the peace.

Of course, Santa Maria Bill has been saying this for months (he’s also been saying we’re about to bomb Iran) so it was no surprise that Bill was among the first to call in. Karen apparently is basing her analysis on stories in the Army Times and interviews with people either in the military or connections to the military.

We could spend all 20 hours this week on the radio figuring out why there are these troop movements. Perhaps there’s fear of a terrorist attack around the election. Perhaps there is a fear of disruption of the electoral process. But maybe, just maybe, there is another explanation and my friends Karen and Dan are reading far too much into this.

Barack Obama will win the election. It won’t even be close. The only thing that can stop him is a bullet or some kind of physical attack. Republican or Democrat, Conservative or Liberal, let us all join together and hope/pray/whatever that such violence does not occur.

So read the article and let me know what you think!

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