Luis Vega (8 Feb 2012)
"THE LAST U.S. ‘ELECTED’ PRESIDENT: Death of America?"


 

The Last U.S. ‘Elected’ President: The Death of America?
A Comprehensive Timeline of US Presidential Election Patterns 1988-2012

Luis B. Vega

vegapost@hotmail.com

www.sonoma.edu/users/v/vegalu/eschatology_files/Presidents.pdf

 
The purpose of this chart/timeline (link above) is to present a very simplistic hypotheses. The hypotheses will be based on the Day-Count association of 2 established Dates/events to postulate a possible 3rd Date. The 2 established Dates are the 41-Day count of Operation Desert Storm & the 43-Day count of the Iraqi Military Invasion. The hypotheses is based on the following criteria:

1) The Number Order of the U.S. Presidents (41st & 43rd) since 1988 seem to be associated to the Gulf War.

2) The (41-Day & 43-Day) counts of the conflicts seem to correspond to the Number Order of the US Presidents in direct relationship to those wars.

3) The US Presidents since 1988, seem to have been Elected from the alternating Political Party.

4) There seems to be an exact 4444-Day count from the first 41-Day Gulf War to the 43rd-day Gulf War.

The 4444-Day count from the 1st 41-Days to the 2nd 43-Days will be used as 1 Measure. When projected onto the next sequence of years since the 43-Day count of Gulf War 2, the Measure produces the date of May 20, 2015. Within this timeframe, if the Pattern holds, it produces a 45th Number Factor. This ‘45’ number coefficient could allude to the next possible US President, being the 45th after the 44th US President. If you add then the 45-Day count to the May 20, 2015 date, you surprisingly end up on JULY 4th, 2015.These correlations thus contribute to the hypothesis that a projected & future 45-Day count will also then correlate to the 45th US President–thus a plausible 41-43-45 Pattern.

 

Hypothesis
This hypotheses is pure speculation & not intended to anticipate a political/voter result of who the next US President will be starting in 2013. Nonetheless, IF this Number Order of the US Presidents to Gulf War Day-count Pattern is reliable then:


A) The current US President may not be re-elected.

B) There may be a 45th US President ‘elected.’

C) This ‘45th’ US President may be a Republican.

D) IF Mitt Romney wins the Republican nomination, he will then be the 45th US President.

E) May 20, 2015 promises to be a very significant & historical date.

 

Observations:
- IF the (41-Days & 43-Days) Pattern also corresponds to the US President’s Order with the duration in Days of the Gulf War they were used to sanction & initiate; then the 41-Days factor = Bush I & the 43-Days factor = Bush II.
- IF 41-Days corresponds to the 41st President, & the 43-Days corresponds to the 43rd President, THEN possibly, the next 45-Days = the next 45th US President.
- IF the 41-Days & 43-Days denotes the amount of Days the US Military operations/campaigns lasted during the 1st & 2nd Gulf Wars, then the 3rd coefficient would also be a future US Military Campaign of 45-Days-possibly within the USA as well as the Middle East.


Variables:

Gulf War I: Desert Storm
Jan 16*,1991-Feb 28, 1991 = 41 Days

*The Airstrikes started on January 16th. Due to the time zone difference, the official start is listed as the 17th.

 

Gulf War II: Iraq Invasion
Mar 19, 2003-May 1, 2003 = 43 Days

 

Gulf War III? Some major military Campaign in the US or Middle East or both?
May 20, 2015-Jul 4, 2015 = 45 Days?

(4th of July) Perhaps the ‘Birth’ & ‘Death’ date of the USA?


Some Statistics

Order
45th?
44th 
43rd
42nd
41st

President
Next President?
 Barak Hussein Obama
George W. Bush
William Jefferson Clinton
George H.W. Bush

Political Party  Terms in Office
(R) 4 years?
(D) 4 years?      (1 Term?
(R) 8 years        (2 Terms)
(D) 8 years        (2 Terms)
(R) 4 Years        (1 Term)                                                                                                      

 

Order
44  

43

42

41

President    
Obama  
Bush (G.W.)     

Clinton

Bush (G.H.W.)   

Highest Approval      
69% (Jan. 22, 2009) 
90% (Sep. 21, 2001)

73% (Dec. 19, 1998) 

89% (Feb. 28, 1991) 

Lowest Approval      
38% (Aug. 22, 2011)

25% (Oct. 3, 2008)  

37% (May 26, 1993)  

29% (Jul. 31, 1992)  

Approval Average
49.0%**

49.4%

55.1%

60.9%

 

**The Gallup reports that President Obama had a 50% or more approval rating in 2011 in only 10 states, plus the District of Columbia -- all blue states. In his 10 worst states, Obama's average approval ratings were 36.5% or lower -- in the Republican red states. Unless there is another US Military War / ‘Conflict’ in the Spring/ or Summer of 2012 in which the US Populace will ‘rally’ around, Obama does not seem to be re-electable taking into account the current economic trends.

With the value of the US Dollar continuing to slide & its purchasing power diminishing, the numbers in the AP/GfK Poll show an Electorate that is still not happy with the direction that The USA is going in. Of those polled, 62% said that the country is going in the wrong direction. This is a 5 point increase since the last poll was taken. Of those surveyed, 90% of respondents said that the economy is the most important item for the 2012 US Presidential Elections.

 

Willard Mitt Romney?
45th president starting in 2013?
IF the hypothesis is valid, he will win the Republican Ticket, & thus be the next US Presidency starting in 2013.

He is a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination. He is an American businessman and politician. He was the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003- 2007.

Recent US Presidents since 1988
Name: Barack Hussein Obama II
Office: January 20, 2009 – Current  / 1 Term Projected (2009-2012)
Rank: 44th & current President of the United States.
He is the first African American to hold the Office. Obama previously served as a United States Senator from Illinois from January 2005 until he resigned following his victory in the 2008 Presidential Election.

Name: George Walker Bush
Office
: January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009
Rank: 43rd President of the United States
He was the 46th Governor of Texas, having served from 1995-2000. He is the eldest son of Barbara Bush and 41st President George H. W. Bush, making him the 2nd American President to have been the son of a former US President. (Gog & Magog)

Name: William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton
Office: January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001
Rank: 42nd President of the United States
He was the third-youngest president. He took office at the end of the Cold War & was the 1st president of the Baby-Boomer generation. Clinton has been described as the New Democrat.

Name: George H. W. Bush
Office: January 20, 1989 – January 20, 1993
Rank: 41st President of the United States
He had previously served as the 43rd Vice President of the United States (1981–89), a congressman, an ambassador & Director of the CIA.


The State of the US Economy
Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar

It has diminished from a $100 Dollar value in 1900 to less than the value to print a dollar in 2012.

Source: Observations (ObservationsAndNotes.blogspot.com)

 

US$ Dollar vs. Japanese Yen
(Monthly Average Rates)

It has diminished from $360 Yen for $1 Dollar in 1900 to $1Dollar for $75 Yen in 2012.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

 

The ‘45th’ US President might be the last ‘Elected’ one depending on the current national economic trends. The Date of Mar 20, 2015 may allude to the next US military involvement -which may be mainly domestic in nature. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) now considers the entire continental USA a ‘Battlefield’. Based on current economic trends, civil unrest will come due to the inevitable implosion of the US Economy & Dollar; perhaps the ‘Death’ of the USA as we know it as the 45-day count from March 20, 2015 leads you to July 4, 2015. With the Patriot Act & NDAA, the US Constitution will most likely be suspended in the future & Marshal Law imposed. Happy Birthday America. Perhaps.

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Sources Used/Sited:
www.wikipedia.com
www.politicususa.com
www.rasmussenreports.com
http://content.usatoday.com
http://www.timeanddate.com