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Is Another Hitler On The Way In America?

By Sinclere Lee

WASHINGTON (BNW) —The Hitler syndrome is alive and well in America. What is the Hitler syndrome? It’s when the people of a country are looking for a savior, but instead finds the devil — that’s what I call the Hitler syndrome. In fact, another Hitler may be forming after the midterm election in America. After their lose in World War I, the German people were scared for their future plus looking for a savior. They were scared because their economy was in the pits, scared because of high unemployment, and scrared because the value of their homes were at an all time low. Sound familiar?

The voters in Germany were crazy, looking for quick fixes for problems that had no instance solutions because of their defeat in WWI. They blamed the Jews for the high war reparations, and as in America, they blamed everybody but themselves.

Like in America today, the German people jumped back and forth looking for the leader to lead them out of their despair. Up jumped Hitler ready to lead the people back to prosperity, but instead he led them to hell. This is what will happen if John Boehner becomes the Speaker of the House. He is the most corrupt politician in the history of the world, and for Gonzo 'Black News,' he's so corrupt that he'll be the gift that will keep on giving.

For example, Boehner’s 10th highest contributor over the span of his career is tobacco giant RJR Nabisco/RJ Reynolds Tobacco. The cigarette manufacturer is also a consistent and generous donor to Boehner’s Freedom Project leadership PAC. Some argue that Boehner and other Republican leaders reneged on a promise to introduce legislation in 1998 to prevent children from smoking after they received large contributions from tobacco industry PACs. John Boehner (R-OH) took $10,800 from the tobacco industry during that cycle. At the time, the average contribution from the tobacco industry to Boehner and other members of the Republican leadership was $12,700, over five times more than the average House member's $2,360.2 In 1996, Boehner came under fire for distributing campaign checks from tobacco interests to colleagues on the House floor.

Now, Rep. Boehner supports legislation that would benefit banks that make student loans and increase payments for millions of students. Between 2003 and 2004, banks and other institutions that provide loans to students donated nearly $60,000 to Boehner and nearly $70,000 to his leadership PAC, the Freedom Project.3

Insiders on Capitol Hill are buzzing about an upcoming New York Times exposé that will detail an alleged Boehner affair. Sources say the Times is looking for the right time to drop the story in October to sway the election, similar to how the Times reported during the 2008 presidential campaign on an alleged John McCain affair that supposedly had taken place many years before and that was flatly denied by the woman in question.

According to Mike Stark, an activist and blogger, who intercepted Boehner after his highly publicized "Pledge to America" unveiling to ask him about the accusation: "Speaker Boehner, have you been cheating with Lisbeth Lyons, the lobbyist for the American Printing Association?" Stark asks. Boehner did not respond.

Stark later contacted Lyons, the Vice President of Government Affairs at Printing Industries of America, to get a comment on the allegations. She didn't provide any. The New York Post has since caught up with Lyons, who said the rumors were "unfounded."

"As you can imagine, I was stunned by such a question," Lyons told the Post. "I found it to be highly insulting, particularly as a female political professional, as well as unfounded. Beyond that, I have no further comment on the matter."

I know we wrote about Boehner's tobacco ties when he fought to become minority leader ... In this 1996 documentary by PBS called "The People and the Power Game," John Boehner is caught red-handed in an amazing act of corruption, and his biggest critics are fellow Republicans.

Boehner said, “They asked me to give out a half dozen checks quickly before we got to the end of the month and I complied. I did it on the House floor, which I regret and I should not have done, it's not a violation of the House rules, but it's a practice that's gone on here for a long time.

To think that a Crook like John Boehner can save America from its own destruction is to think that Hitler could have saved the German people from the torment they caused the world.

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