Is John Kerry throwing the election to his fellow Bonesman George Bush, who is also member of a secret society called the Order of Skull and Bones? The evidence suggests that he certainly is. The fact that he hasn’t hired any competent consultants like Jim Carville certainly suggests that he is not putting his all into this campaign fight. To the informed observer, it certainly appears that this so-called incompetence may be more calculated than inadvertent.
The fact that his campaign staff is largely comprised of thirty-something wide-eyed liberals who don’t know the realities of Washington and who weren’t there in the 1980s, as it were, and don’t know what’s happening, do not know the realities, would suggest that this is not an unintentional level of incompetence, but an intentional level of incompetence designed as a losing proposition at the polls.
Indeed, Kerry is being looked at increasingly as a losing proposition by other Democrats because senior Democrats, all of whom are wealthy, do not want to stick their neck out to support Kerry, since their vested financial interest (as is Kerry’s vested financial interest being the spouse of a multibillionaire) is aligned with Bushonian interests.