Person of the Week: Kendrick Meek


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For being a pretty good symbol ( another poster figure) of how easily human beings can become expendable in the eyes of narcissistic others who want to get their way by hook or by crook —  narcissists  Bill Clinton, Charlie Crist and Barack Obama come to mind…

Bill Clinton, business as usual: looking out for “number 1”, and fellow narcissist Charlie Crist a close second


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Anybody looking out for meek Meek?

For some it is never too early or soon enough — ex-president Clinton continues to prepare the field for his wife in anticipation of  the 2016 election, or the one before if President Obama would decline  to run for a second term…  Narcissistic  Bill can almost taste being back in the White House, to wreak more havoc here and yonder… 

He has been campaigning near and far for those politicians who supported his wife in her recently failed presidential bid, apparently trying to cement their support for Hillary Clinton in a future run… 

And, reportedly, he recently attempted to get Democratic Meek from Florida to drop out of the Senatorial race in favor of Charlie Crist, since Meek is trailing both Crist and Rubio in that race — Crist has already said he will caucus with the Demos if he is elected…  Bill Clinton believes that Crist has a better chance of winning the position with Meek dropping out, and if Bill thus ingratiates himself enough with Crist, Hillary Clinton would have another powerful ally in her future bid for the presidency if Crist wins…

How many narcissists are there?:  Charlie Crist and Bill Clinton, two shady characters in a pod, with Barack Obama looking over them.

Just sayin’…

“Ground Zero” mosque loses the support of a major Muslim benefactor?


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Prince Alwaleed’s views carry weight?  — will his views sway the developer(s), who reportedly had financial problems already…  [The prince reportedly expressed common sensical as well as religious concerns.l

Potpourri Pan America: What is wrong with the word “creator”, has President Obama “lost” Afghanistan, and more


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1.  What does does President Obama have against “our Creator”? — he seems to have some strange ideas…

2.  Real Clear Politics:  what’s the latest? — there will be significant changes, if those who are upset with the status quo, vote in large numbers…

3.  Marco Rubio — eloquent and decisive? — maybe even with CRIST in the race, RUBIO will be heading to the Senate…

4.  Is anyone at the White House keeping an eye on Iran? —  It’s all over the place, including in America’s backyard in Latin America, but no one seems to notice…

5.  What is the Obama policy against “leaks” and how serious is the Administration about it? — maybe not too serious?

6.  Iran (oops), there is that name again, and Venezuela, at it again…

Person of the week: French President Sarkozy


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President Sarkozy:  for showing the political will to lead the fight to block the tide in his own country of historically bad public policies that are ruining the economies of countless countries of the world because of bad fiscal policies in place…  Governmental reforms of unfunded pension systems and of retirement ages, as well as of other economic policies are inevitable if future generations are to live fruitful lives in all countries of the world…  The changes will not be painless and will face tremendous pushback from effected segments of society,  but are necessary…   America take notice…

Obama was elected president, not omnipotent potentate


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The president is hitting the campaign trail, in a frenetic attempt to reverse the voter Tsunami he seems to fear is headed toward his Party in November…

But he does not seem to have learned much about America in the time he has been in office — he alludes to those who have legitimate concerns about his policies and his management style as base, ignorant, fearful people, seemingly thinking that they are not as intelligent nor as sophisticated as he… Rather than inspire, he denigrates, a la Jimmy Carter…

 He does not understand a significant part of America, and rather than try to understand those people, he lashes out at them in a  divisive manner, attempting to demean them.. . 

His slogans during his presidential campaign of unifying the country and of being a different kind  of politician were apparently ploys, and although he does represent real change, the change he has wrought is that coming from  the worse kind of politicians, not of the uplifting kind that some believed he would be… 

And when segments of the electorate complain, rather than engaging in worthwhile introspection he attacks the voters he is supposed to represent because they are not in lockstep with him…

He was elected President of the United States of America, not omnipotent potentate.

Potpourri Pan America: Bring the troops home? Vote suppression or sending a valid message? And More


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A burning car is seen Saturday near the main gate of NATO's headquarters in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul.

1.  A Latino pays for a politica ad asking Latinos not to vote in the Nevada election — to send a message to the Demos that they ought not be “pimped”     — a kind of dirty trick vote suppression, or a legitimate way to send a political message to the Demos?

2. Courts continue to legislate  — regardless of the topic, does anyone care of actions of the Courts?

3.  Football refs and coaches work for the advertisers?     —   who really calls the shots?

4.  Is it a Demo scam?     — Pelosi will not run for Speaker even if Demos maintain control?

5.  Grayson — king of negativity — complains about the same?   — some politicians have no shame and treat voters as stupid lugs?

6.  Bring the troops home now — Obama is just posturing?  — not another American ought to die over there the way the Commander-in-Chief mismanages things.