Scene: Various billionaires gathered at a secret meeting in 1999:
Billionaire 1: Okay, Clinton is done. What's the long range plan?
Billionaire 2: Bush suggests that we make his idiot son president and Cheney the vice president to tell him what to do.
Billionaire 3: How do we benefit from that?
Billionaire 2: The government is operating at a surplus. Cheney guarantees that he will be able to steal all that money and more, leaving the country in a financial crisis. Naturally, we'll all get a piece of the pie.
Billionaire 1: He'll need eight years to do that. How do we know he'll get eight years?
Billionaire 4: We'll have four years to figure out how to fix the 2004 election. That should be enough time.
Billionaire 1: But then we won't be able to get a Republican elected in 2008.
Billionaire 2: We've got that covered. This kid Obama is ambitious. He'll do anything we say, and we can run him behind a smokescreen of liberalism, even give him some liberal legislation to disguise what he's really doing.
Billionaire 3: A spade! Do you really want to make a spade president of the United States?
Billionaire 2: Sure, why not? He does what he's told and fits in with the rest of the plan.
Billionaire 3: I don't know. How the hell do we pull that off?
Billionaire 2: Easy. We run the old crank and the Alaskan halfwit against him. He can't lose. He's a great speaker and will give the American people hope for change.
Billionaire 1: I'm not getting this. There must be a payoff. What is it?
Billionaire 2: We prevent Obama from accomplishing much of anything and work on ruining his reputation, and then in 2008 we run Mitt as a fascist and win. The people will be so disillusioned, they'll vote for him.
Billionaire 1: Fantastic. That will be the final end of this democracy bullshit.
Billionaire 4: Wait a minute! Mitt’s a fucking parrot. Suppose he blows it?
Billionaire 2: Not really a problem. We’ll still have Obama working for us for another four years, and we can groom a new potential tyrant. All it requires is a bit more patience.
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Causes Kenneth Brown Supports
Adherence to the Constitution of the United States as written and the prosecution of those who violate Constitutional Law.