The following correspondence originally took place upon my the Facebook wall of my friend, Katherine C, after she posted a captioned photo being shared by the page, “Humans of New York“…
“I’m not Barack Obama. I’m not Bill Clinton. Both of them carry themselves with a naturalness that is very appealing to audiences. But I’m married to one and I’ve worked for the other, so I know how hard they work at being natural. It’s not something they just dial in. They work and they practice what they’re going to say. It’s not that they’re trying to be somebody else. But it’s hard work to present yourself in the best possible way. You have to communicate in a way that people say: ‘OK, I get her.’ And that can be more difficult for a woman. Because who are your models? If you want to run for the Senate, or run for the Presidency, most of your role models are going to be men. And what works for them won’t work for you. Women are seen through a different lens. It’s not bad. It’s just a fact. It’s really quite funny. I’ll go to these events and there will be men speaking before me, and they’ll be pounding the message, and screaming about how we need to win the election. And people will love it. And I want to do the same thing. Because I care about this stuff. But I’ve learned that I can’t be quite so passionate in my presentation. I love to wave my arms, but apparently that’s a little bit scary to people. And I can’t yell too much. It comes across as ‘too loud’ or ‘too shrill’ or ‘too this’ or ‘too that.’ Which is funny, because I’m always convinced that the people in the front row are loving it.”
(Ron Kampeas) If Hillary Clinton is indeed courting Henry Kissinger, what happens to her relationship with Bernie Sanders?
Reports that the Democratic presidential nominee is actively pursuing endorsements from Kissinger, who like her is a former secretary of state, and other former Republican officials have raised alarms on the left.
It also has provided an opportunity for Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, who has lumped his Republican critics with Clinton as part of an elite that has led the United States into disastrous wars.
The question is whether a Kissinger endorsement shatters the fragile coalition that Clinton has forged post-Democratic convention with her erstwhile rival Sanders and his backers.
As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artworkhere, being shared by the page, “Young Americans for Liberty,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…
“Wins Nobel Peace Prize Bombs Yemen, Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya; Tries to bomb Syria and Iran. Promotes torture, tyrannical regimes, and terrorist organizations. Supports policies such as gun control and the drug war that drastically increase violence in the US. Promotes threats of violence to collect taxes.”
My Commentary: Obama long ago exposed his Bush to America… Yet, so very few will admit the plain and simple fact that the EMPEROR HAS NO CLOTHES!