Sunday, October 31, 2004

The 2004 Presidential Election

Bill Tenuto
The 2004 Presidential Election
Written on October 27, 2004;
Date of Writing Recorded Via E-mail.
Published on October 31, 2004

As of this writing, the outcome of the 2004 presidential election hangs in the balance.

I foresee that George W. Bush will start a second term and continue in office as the President of the United States.

My internal feeling and sensing of this depicts a scenario in which the outcome of the 2004 presidential election remains arguably uncertain for months and even years to come, as happened in the 2000 presidential election.

Immediately after the upcoming election of Novenber 2, 2004, in an atmosphere of post-election uncertainty, Bush and his associates will create, disseminate and later continue to spin a well-crafted public relations illusion for the American public. The illusion will portray Bush as the clear and unchallenged winner of the 2004 presidential election. Bush and his associates will convince many Americans that there should be no doubt of this. They will argue their case, and because they already occupy the White House, they will win the argument by taking advantage of the power and resources at their disposal. George Bush will make full use of his power as the incumbent President to spin the illusion of his unequivocal victory at the polls.

Yet doubts will continue to be raised about who actually won the election, and the true winner will remain a matter of debate and prolonged uncertainty well out into the future.

The outcome of the 2004 presidential election feels to me tangled, muddled and destined forever to be haunted by disputes about the accuracy of the vote counts. Suspicions of vote fraud will persist well after Election Day because of reports of irregularities such as possible tampering with absentee ballots, accusations of intimidation of minority voters, glitches with new, high-tech voting machines and suggestions of behind-the-scenes tampering with military e-mail votes. Under this cloud of doubt, both parties will put forth challenges, yet the accurate, "real" number of votes garnered by each presidential candidate may never be known.

I foresee that, nevertheless, George W. Bush will become President of the United States for a second term, not necessarily because he wins the popular vote, but because he already holds the office of President, and he will not hesitate to use the power of his office to keep himself in power.

Even more so than the 2000 presidential election, the 2004 presidential election will mark a turning point for the democratic republic of the United States of America. Accurate vote counts in U.S. presidential elections are about to become a vestige of the past. U.S. presidential elections are about to become shows, choreographed to make America look like a democracy.

I feel that, with the election less than a week away as of this writing, the wheels already are turning. I feel that George W. Bush will be the next President of the United States.

Copyright 2004 by William L. Tenuto

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there, you Seers:

I've only begun to think/feel on what's happened to North America and the world because of this election and Bush's self-proclaimed mandate as Moses and Alexander the Great rolled into one---and the people who voted for him based on an anti-abortion stance (etc.) against their own economic and social interest.

we "light beings" need to find a vision for another future possibility so that we don't sink into depression and anger and frustration and fear.

the materialists are there, but the general population voted for them based on falsities. People are not grounded in a realistic picture of the world, or in what faith is --- operating on a faith based view of the world. My body worker said to me "you don't have faith in god if you're worried." Naiveté abounds.

So, seers, how do we create a new vision - or how do we inspire people to seek a new vision. apparently, the of 2 visions they saw, Bush's strengths looked the best. can we develop a vision of strength that is not aggression?
can we find a way for us "light beings" to not be divisive? I am setting this before you for your next "seeing."

Love to you. we will find a way. I know it. Both men represented the "old." there's "new" here, waiting for us to "see" it. I just know it's there! Your mission, Seers, should you take it ....
Suzanna

Monday, November 08, 2004 8:59:00 PM  
Blogger Bill Tenuto said...

Suzanna,

I think I have seen some of the pieces of the vision you ask about here. What I have seen is an expansive, evolutionary vision, a vision which requires that I work hard if I am to comprehend its scope and the different reality it shows me.

I am working very hard to find my place as a seer in these seriously dangerous times. The question I now ask myself is, "What do I want to do with my Gift?"

I think maybe your comments here, where you start by saying, "Calling All Seers", have helped me to confirm a part of what it is I think I want to do. I have been working this question and the problem diligently since the election, and I want to get back to you and others when I incorporate the information better. These times seem crucial and dangerous to me. Since the presidential election, I feel somehow that the potential for danger has escalated. I want to do something, and I have been working to discover what that "something" is.

Thank you for the thoughts you expressed in your comments. Your words have value in helping me now to get a better focus on how I might best use my "sight."

In travelling with you and Martha through Arizona last month, I noticed here and there how scared people really are in these times. Fear can bring out the worst in any of us. I agree with you wholeheartedly when you say, "People are not grounded in a realistic picture of the world..." Americans especially no longer feel insulated from the terror that previously had been a threat to other parts of the world only. We are not accustomed to this, so maybe that's why the majority of Americans have closed ranks and voted to keep America divided, aggressive and dominant over the rest of the world. Perhaps this stance creates a feeling of safety for people who are justifiably frightened. Yet I think this stance maintains an image of America as a bully over the rest of the world.

I hope that I can provide some measure of insight. That's what I am working on, scanning to find insights, a Vision, about how we can navigate through these dangerous waters. We must figure out how to find our way through this. Some information is coming together for me and is just now beginning to look like it is taking shape.

What you have said here is of utmost importance for our survival, I feel. Your questions are enormously important.

Thank you for this comment. It came at the right time.

Bill

Monday, November 08, 2004 9:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill,

I don't think that you need to "get" the entire vision. In fact, I don't think it is in total form yet. Just find the first bit and give it a tug. - you know, like trying to find the beginning on a spool of sewing thread, then the rest comes easily.

and I'm wondering if Kerry had won if we'd be searching so hard for something else. ?
Suzanna

Monday, November 08, 2004 9:32:00 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Aight listen. All i know is that George won and should have. www.bensblog.cjb.net

Monday, November 08, 2004 9:41:00 PM  

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