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Sarah's back. And she's back with more political theatre because she never left the political stage. Oprah is only one of many stomps and stops that Sarah Palin will be making on the road to the White House or home to Wasilla, Alaska. Her route will wind through many of the battleground states in the South. Governor Palin is not running for exercise or running for office but busing with books. Does this better answer the question why she quit the governorship of a large state in the first place? Will the voting public buy this new role, the new openness?

Her latest interview with Oprah is a 180-degree turn from the Katie Couric one. Can Sarah salvage her image with a book, a ghostwriter and a softball interview on the biggest stage in television — Oprah? Sarah stands to make millions from walking out on Alaska and holing up in Southern Calfornia and penning this book (with help) at break-neck speed. Her book tour appears to be off to a good start. Who knew?

Oprah's first task, after hugging Sarah, pointing out that she never "snubbed" Sarah and that Sarah never felt snubbed. Why? Because she did not ask to be on Oprah or expect to be invited.

Her message on Oprah and in the book is all about the McCain team and handlers — they took over her life. Press releases were not to her liking. For example, she wanted to clarify that it's not okay for an unmarried teenage girl to have a baby., but the McCain campaign press released that she was happy to become a grandmother.

Oprah asked about Todd's response to Trig. Sarah's answer was awkward to my ears. No one delivers one-liners like Sarah. When she told Todd that the baby was male and that it had Down's Syndrome she said he was "over-the-top esctatic about that…" Huh? When I first used that term in an article a long time ago the implication and my understanding was not "happiness" rather synonymous with a situation that was veering out of control in a bad way. Here's a better use Sarah — the McCain team's micromanagement style was over the top.

That is what is so endearing about Sarah. And why I am stuck on Sarah. I mean what other national figure would seek out the latest buzz words and then use them incorrectly? However, to her credit the Oprah interview was not painful to watch. Sarah has the country "it factor", with or without designer duds.

What did Sarah have to say about Levi making his "aspiring porn" rounds with the media? While Bristol and Levi have broken up as a couple, which is often typical of out-of-wedlock babies, Bristol is holding her own and going to college. And Levi, well he is still loved and welcome to Thanksgiving dinner with the Palin crew.

What about the book? I did not read it and have not seen an objective review yet. From what I've garnered it seems to be full of cliches and whining. Sarah proclaims that running for president in 2012 is "not on my radar screen right now." And that anyone can make a difference without a title. Sarah ends this much-touted interview with it's "God and Todd." Nice sentiment.

Sarah has quickly repackaged herself. And is much more likeable — even if she was lying to the queen of TV talk.

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  • Arch Conservative

    Hey at least she didn’t promise us hope and change only to give us 10% unemployment and a worthless dollar.

  • http://www.maskedmoviesnobs.com El Bicho

    that was going to happen no matter who was in office. take off the blinders

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Arch –

    As usual, you won’t do any research to find out who’s right or wrong.

    FYI, if you’ll RESEARCH, you’ll find out that, when measured from the point where the stock market bottomed out (March) to the point where most economists agree that the recession was officially over (August, even according to Fox News), the economy took LESS time to recover than after any other recession since at least the end of WWII.

    Not only that, but NOT ONCE has unemployment began to lessen following a recession until AT LEAST a year after the recession ended. That means, sir, that if we start getting POSITIVE employment gains before August 2010, President Obama will have led the economy to recovery faster, and helped national employment to improve after a recession faster than any other president since 1900.

    You see, Arch – if you do your RESEARCH, you find out all kinds of interesting things…like just how wrong Reaganomics is, and how a bit more regulation and a few higher taxes on the rich actually DO help the whole nation’s economy.

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    FYI, if you’ll RESEARCH, you’ll find out that, when measured from the point where the stock market bottomed out (March) to the point where most economists agree that the recession was officially over (August, even according to Fox News), the economy took LESS time to recover than after any other recession since at least the end of WWII.

    Glenn, you might want to do some research of your own, because if this is recovery then we’re in deep and serious long term trouble.

    Real economic recovery is impossible without restoring the value of the dollar. You seem not to grasp what the effect of a decline in value of 30% in a six-month period means. That’s the equivalent of 80% inflation. It may not all be reflected in consumer prices yet, but that’s just a matter of time. The economy CANNOT float for very long as the dollar continues to decline.

    What you have right now is a false recovery which will likely be followed by another substantial decline accompanied by hyperinflation. Enjoy it while you can.

    Dave

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Y’know Dave, that a maybe – definitely a maybe. Nobody knows for sure, including you. I seem to remember such dire predictions before…but I see NO indication that we’re spiraling our way down to hyperinflation.

    But what I do think will happen hearkens back to one of my earlier articles wherein I pointed out that perhaps the only benefit to Reaganomics was the rise (and accompanying stability) of many third-world countries, particularly in Asia. What I see happening is a partial (at most) decline of America (thanks to the conservatives’ wars on education and the middle class) which, when compared to the rise of Asia, will make it seem as if we’ve taken a fall.

    But we won’t have fallen. Instead, it’s like a race where the guy in the lead slows down – the other guys pass him by even though he’s still running at a pretty speedy clip. A generation from now, much of Asia will have surpassed us, just as most of western Europe and the British Commonwealth already has.

    Of course this is barring any worldwide catastrophe or nuclear war. Come to think of it, in my opinion, the countries who will be most powerful and most influential a century from now will be those who are now striving to prepare for the very worst of global warming and the decline of petroleum reserves.

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    El Bicho has it on the money. It made no difference who you elected in 2008 – or what he promised. The only question was, “would the winner have the intelligence to figure out how to pull you out of the deep toilet the bankers on Wall Street had stuck you all in?”

    Obama obviously didn’t. But this was no surprise to me, seeing the idiots he appointed, and seeing how he has set you all up for a very nasty fall in January 2011.

    What you have right now is a false recovery which will likely be followed by another substantial decline accompanied by hyperinflation. Enjoy it while you can.

    Quoted for truth.

    Glenn, you can toot your horn and blow hot air out of your smokestack all you want. Between January and March in 2011, the American economy will tank. May G-d help you all when it does.

  • Mark

    …Jan. 2011

    Well, that gives us about a year to preempt the fascists and restructure the fundamentals of our productive processes to ensure a continued, sufficient and more equitable flow of necessities.

    Capitalism is absurd — onward through the fog!

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Ruvy –

    The only question was, “would the winner have the intelligence to figure out how to pull you out of the deep toilet the bankers on Wall Street had stuck you all in?” Obama obviously didn’t.

    Um, President Obama obviously DID. Did you happen to see what I posted above? If the employment begins to increase before August 2010, then “President Obama will have led the economy to recovery faster, and helped national employment to improve after a recession faster than any other president since 1900. AND it’s starting to look like employment will begin to improve by May…but that’s my own estimation.

    Ruvy, don’t you see what’s happening here? You – like Dave, Arch-con, OA, and others – want to believe SO badly that Obama would fail. You want to believe SO badly that a liberal at the helm is the death knell for freedom. You want to believe SO badly that the world is going to hell in a handbasket.

    As a result, the fact that President Obama has led America out of an economic free fall, from the bottoming-out of the stock market in the worst recession since the Depression to the end of the recession itself in RECORD time means NOTHING to you.

    The fact that Obama – through his diplomatic efforts and by who and what he is – likely swayed the election for the moderates in Lebanon and encouraged the uprising in Iran, encouraged much of the world to pressure Iran and even got Russia to support our efforts…this means NOTHING to you, too.

    That’s really sad, Ruvy.

    Y’know, one time I wrote an editorial for the local paper after Iraq’s first election since the invasion, congratulating Bush on his efforts. Why? Because I believe in giving credit where credit is due – even when it’s to someone I really, really don’t like. Bush had committed a war crime by initiating an illegal invasion based on outright lies…but with the Iraqi election he had the chance to make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. Too bad it didn’t work out that way.

    But the point is, Ruvy, y’all – that’s you and your fellow conservatives – need to learn to congratulate even those you really, really don’t like when they deserve it…and so far, whether they admit it or not, Americans owe President Obama a lot of gratitude for what he’s done so far with the stool sandwich of a national situation he was handed on 1/20/09.

  • Mark

    The public trough assumes massive debt to underwrite the rate of profit and you call that recovery?

    btw, unemployment isn’t merely a ‘lagging indicator'; it’s a world of hunger, insecurity, stress…and now there’s talk of another ‘jobless recovery’.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Mark –

    “The public trough assuming massive debt” is how we’ve come out of EVERY recession (and Depression) since 1900.

    Every. Single. One.

    And if you want to point at WWII pulling us out of the Depression, remember who it was that financed our military build-up: the “public trough”. Yep! Every bit of it.

    And go back to what I said earlier – if employment starts to improve before August 2010, then President Obama will have led America’s workforce to positive employment recovery following a recession faster than after any other recession since 1900.

    That’s why I love history! It helps me to see through the political rhetoric of the day…and these days that means seeing through the false assumptions and outright lies of the Rabid Right.

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    Missing the point, Glenn. Mark is not offering here any technical analysis of the capitalist business cycle and how we usually “recover” from them. His is an indictment of of the entire system in which terms such as “world of hunger,” “insecurity” and “stress” are the real indices of human misery, aptly disguised by the economic doublespeak of unemployment serving as a “lagging indicator,” to give just one example.

    Consequently, his remark is on the money. Massive debt serves here no other purpose than to underwrite the rate of profit. The whole idea of a “jobless recovery” should, to say the least, strike any astute observer as an oxymoron.

  • Mark

    Hiya, Rog. Good to see you posting again.

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    Hope I did not misrepresent your thinking.

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    And yes, if I be allowed to stand, perhaps we can resume the Foucault’s debate.

  • Mark

    #11 sums up my point nicely. And I look forward to reading what you’ve come up with in your study of the post-modernists.

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    Good deal. Cindy will be happy too.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    in a rush right now, but welcome back, Rog!

  • heloise

    Dave can you fix the blurb? It should read though she’s lying. It has an extra word or something.

  • heloise

    Dave can you fix the blurb? It should read though she’s lying. It has an extra word or something.

  • heloise

    This am’s report does not bode well for the deed Tim did with our dough. He overspent. And wtf does anybody ever do when they r not spending their own money?

    Heloise pegged Tim from day one. The banks are rolling in public trough dough while the people r reeling–my fav term after meltdown.

    Why do men with dirty hands get to dispense the fed money? Oh boy I just created a new series “dirty hands”.

    Heloise

  • http://thingsalongtheway.blogspot.com/ Cindy

    I am game! :-)

  • http://thingsalongtheway.blogspot.com/ Cindy

    21 was for 16…must have had this window open for awhile

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    Thanks Glenn, and Cindy too.

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    Interesting take on Ms Palin.

  • http://handyfilm.blogspot.com handyguy

    Pointing out that unemployment is always the last part of a recession to improve is not heartless. For unemployment to improve, there have to be, you know, jobs created.

    The government can only do so much about that, directly, especially since everyone screams about the potential of more spending. Most jobs will have to come from the private sector, and they will, eventually.

    I do wish they’d just cut the Pentagon’s absurdly bloated budget by 10 or 20% and put that money to better use — that would be at least $50-100 billion. Fat chance, unfortunately.

    By the way, Dave continues to issue purely ideological [and therefore worthless] predictions about the future. One assumes Geithner and Bernanke are well aware of the dollar’s value, and are ready to act when they think it’s necessary — not when libertarian blowhards say so.

  • The Obnoxious American

    Handyguy,

    Aside from totally agreeing with Dave (he is so obviously right on this that disagreeing is purely political on your part), I did want to note the following:

    “Pointing out that unemployment is always the last part of a recession to improve is not heartless.”

    I really wonder, were you saying the same back when Bush was presiding over his “jobless recovery” when unemployment was between 5.5 and 6%? Didn’t think so.

  • http://handyfilm.blogspot.com handyguy

    And agreeing with Dave’s “obviously right” opinion is not political on your own part, right? People do have differing opinions on this, and I daresay you and I don’t always know what other folks’ motives are. But it’s a more complex issue than your and Dave’s “obviously right” prediction accounts for.

    On this subject [unemployment and what the government should do about it], I differ with my liberal cohorts on Blogcritics as much as I usually disagree with you. So please don’t try to pigeonhole me into a stereotyped opinion that isn’t mine.

    My remarks were not intended to be pro-Obama, and I don’t believe I’ve ever blamed Bush for unemployment. Assigning blame or credit to presidents for unemployment rates is inevitable, but rarely accurate.

    No matter who had become president in January, the nastiness of the recent recession would have led to long months of deep unemployment. A conservative or libertarian president would not have been able to prevent this.

    Liberal and conservative economic policies may both “work,” but only in a limited way and only on the margins. The economy had a bad fever which basically had to run its course. Companies got scared and fired a lot of people; eventually their nervousness will subside and they will start rehiring. The government may be able to assist this process or speed it up, but it can’t actually do the hiring.

  • Mark

    The economy had a bad fever which basically had to run its course.

    gak — even Smith had the good sense to preface his somewhat more profound ‘invisible hand’ remark with an ‘It is as if’.

    Handyguy, I agree that neither the latest Keynesian/neo-classical mishmash nor the (tempting) idealists of the Austrian School have any policy proposals that will ‘treat’ the underlying so-called ‘bad fever’.

    As our MIA friend bliffle used to emphasize, a treatment for the ‘real’ problem would require significant changes in the structure of companies starting in their board rooms.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    OA –

    I really wonder, were you saying the same back when Bush was presiding over his “jobless recovery” when unemployment was between 5.5 and 6%?

    I wasn’t. But that was also a fairly minor recession, whereas THIS recession – which as been termed “The Great Recession” – was by almost all accounts the worst economic situation America had faced since 1929.

    But the Rabid Right is blaming Obama for it all, never mind that it’s under Obama that we went from the bottoming-out of the stock market to recovery from the recession in RECORD time…and we’re on track to begin gaining employment also in RECORD time.

    Whatever happened to giving credit where credit is due? But silly me…I forgot that since the president is not a neo-con, he can’t be given credit for doing anything right, no matter how well he’s done his duty.

    I guess since the president didn’t wave a magic wand and make it all suddenly better within a day or two, that’s all the excuse the Rabid Right needs…never mind that it’s their policies that drove us into the recession in the first place….

  • http://takeitorleaveit.typepad.com/ roger nowosielski

    #28:

    If not the system itself and its underlying premises – for it has proven to be an abject failure.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Mark –

    Well said.

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    Glenn,

    I read your comments above – and have a response – a musical one for you – it’s all baloney!

    But you won’t believe me. So you will not do what you need to do to protect yourself. So you will learn that I’m right, and that you are wrong, and you will learn the hard way.

    “Your baloney has a first name – it’s O-S-C-A-R
    Your baloney has a second name – it’s M-A-Y-E-R”

    But no matter how you spell it, and no matter how you sing it, it’s still baloney!

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Ruvy –

    *chuckle*

    Gotta admit I’d like to share a beer with you sometime. We’d sit down together, solve all the world’s problems, get into a shouting match just short of fisticuffs, yell obscenities at whoever had the bad manners to try to break apart our quarrel, laugh about it all, and share another beer before going back to our respective wives who’d give us each endless grief for actually enjoying a beer or two.

    Life is good, ain’t it?

  • Dan

    I haven’t bought Sarah’s book yet because she’s coming near my town and I’m going to try to get through the long lines to have her sign one for me.

    I was delighted to see the Palin haters at Newsweek magazine use the photo taken for Runners World magazine on their cover. I don’t think the vibrant cheerleaderesque photo diminishes Sarahs gravitas’ so much as it exposes a transparent desperation on the part of liberal ideologues at Newsweek.

    As perception of Obama continues the inevitable slide toward weak, foolish, and utterly unqualified as president, Sarah is bound to become more of a political force. Not that she would be the best choice for President. But she gives Conservatism voice as the only virtuous choice for governmental policy.

  • http://handyfilm.blogspot.com handyguy

    How exciting for you, Dan! Wow, golly gee whillikers, you betcha!

    If you actually believe what you wrote [I am skeptical], all I can say is:

    You deserve her.

    [PS — She may disappoint you and not run for anything anyhow. Maybe she just wants your money.]

  • http://blogcritics.org/writer/heloise Heloise

    By arguments here it would follow that Clinton gets credit for the dotcom bubble that grew the fake internet economy until it bust.

    But hey it was a hayday while it lasted. And I will never forget the year 1991 when I graduated from grad school and it was THE worse economy ever for grads of any kind. Enter Clinton and the dot com gurus of Silicon valley and lots of money.

    You rarely hear Clinton get credit for a booming economy. On the other hand presidents do get blamed like Bush’s daddy for the very bad economy that happened on his watch.

    H

  • http://thingsalongtheway.blogspot.com/ Cindy

    I miss Prof. bliffle. I wonder how he is.

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Heloise –

    I am a far-left liberal…but I give the credit – and the blame – to presidents for what happens on their watch. Why? It’s just like the captain of a ship – if the junior enlisted guy on watch has a bad hair day and steers the ship to cause a collision, the captain will likely get fired even though the captain had nothing to do with the enlisted guy’s actions. Why? Because the captain obviously didn’t ensure that he had trustworthy people at the helm.

    And when standing before the Board of Inquiry, the captain will state that HE was on watch and in direct command of that junior sailor…even if it happened at oh-dark-thirty and the captain had actually been asleep in his cabin. The captain is always responsible for whatever happens on his ship, because even if it isn’t his fault…it actually IS his fault.

    It’s a harsh way of life…but it worked in the time of Admiral Nelson at Trafalgar, and it works now, and I apply the same logic to presidents – for they are the captains of the Ship of State.

    Of course there are exceptions like the dot-com bubble which was certainly not Bush’s fault, and I DO give Reagan credit for winning the Cold War…for which he is on my list of the top five best presidents despite the lasting damage that Reaganomics is doing even now. After all, ya gotta admit that winning the Cold War without nuclear Armageddon is at least as important as winning WWII and the Civil War.

    That said, Bush 43 soundly deserves the blame for the current recession, and President Obama deserves the credit for the fastest recovery (since the end of WWII) from the bottoming out of the stock market (May) to the ‘official’ end of the recession (August, according to most economists (and even Fox News)). AND if we start having positive job growth before next August, our national employment will have recovered from the recession faster than in any other recession (or Depression) since 1900!

    And President Obama will deserve the credit.

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    Talk about being “stuck on Sarah”. I read her speech in Hong Kong a bit ago, released as a note on her Facebook page, and frankly, she is saying all the right things. And she is saying all the right things about foreign affairs.

    Obviously she didn’t write this speech herself. But that is not the point. This is her show, and she determines the patter that goes out above her signature.

  • zingzing

    god damn, ruvy. if you’re going to pick one american, why do you have to stick your ass to her tail? you whore. ugh.

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    zing,

    I didn’t say anything about supporting her, did I? I said, “she said all the right things”, and she did. She spoke as if she knew what she was talking about – and for the most part it appeared that she did.

    you whore. ugh.

    Whore, huh? I haven’t prostituted my ideas or my ideals. You demean yourself with your own language. Whores – you know, the kinds of women who spit on the street after they ask “you wanna date?” and say “fuck you” when you ignore them?” – sound more intelligent than you do in your comments.

    I see that neither Chris Rose nor Doctor Dreadful saw fit to knock your personal attack off the comment list. We’ll see if they can be objective and leave mine alone, also….

    Frankly, I doubt it, but we’ll see.

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    By the way, zing, did you even bother reading the speech I linked to?

  • http://www.EurocriticsMagazine.com Christopher Rose

    Ruvy, the Doc won’t have seen any comments because he’s away on holiday; I don’t see Zing’s comment as a personal attack and, whilst yours came closer, I don’t think it made the grade either.

    As to your point, it is only the worst kind of weaselly lawyer that would find a distinction between opining that Palin says all the right things and then claiming not to support her, but then you are practised in finding meaning where there is none.

    Whilst you’re here though, I’d still like an answer to my entirely reasonable question as to why you consider it okay to comment on American affairs whilst also holding the view that people who don’t live in Israel shouldn’t comment on matters there?

  • http://ruvysroost.blogspot.com Ruvy

    Chris,

    why [do] you consider it okay to comment on American affairs whilst also holding the view that people who don’t live in Israel shouldn’t comment on matters there?

    I’ll make this fast. Sabbath is almost here and I have to get off this machine.

    1. I’m an American citizen.

    2. I have 45 years of knowledge of American politics from the inside.

    3. Decisions made in America – particularly those concerning foreign policy – usually directly concern us: i.e. the Americans mouthing off about construction in the Gilo neighborhood of Jerusalem. Even the American interference in Honduras has indirect implications for us.

    4. Finally, when the American (or other) commenter shows up here who has lived in Israel a sufficient amount of time to truly understand things here, I’ll respect his opinions on Israel, and his rights to express them, whether he agrees with me or not.

  • http://www.EurocriticsMagazine.com Christopher Rose

    Interesting.

    1. I could have sworn you were proclaiming your Israeli identity only a few days ago. You’re not trying to have it both ways whenever it suits you, are you?

    2. It has been my experience that some people can spend all their lives in one country and still understand nothing about their local politics. I don’t see any direct correlation between presence and perception.

    3. Decisions made in Israel also affect other countries. Ask the families of all those military personnel from many countries that have died because of Israel.

    4. Your political opinions are in a minority in Israel, never mind the wider world, so why should anybody anywhere respect them?

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle


    That said, Bush 43 soundly deserves the blame for the current recession, and President Obama deserves the credit for the fastest recovery (since the end of WWII) from the bottoming out of the stock market (May) to the ‘official’ end of the recession (August, according to most economists (and even Fox News)). AND if we start having positive job growth before next August, our national employment will have recovered from the recession faster than in any other recession (or Depression) since 1900!

    Do those glasses come in any color other than rose-shaded?

    And I hope you realize that when things get worse and worse, Obama gets the blame as much as you try to give him credit for the nonexistent recovery.

    Dave

  • Glenn Contrarian

    Rose-colored glasses?

    Not when what I post is based on hard-and-fast numbers.

    Remember, Dave – between you and me, one of us tries his level best to post provable fact, and always with the wherewithal to prove those facts.

    That’s always my goal – and if I can’t prove it, then I won’t post it…and if I do post something wrong, I’m always grateful to those who point it out.

    Try basing your beliefs upon the facts, rather than basing the facts upon your beliefs…the world looks a LOT different when you do, because then you really begin to see the conservatives’ empty rhetoric for what it is, and where the vast majority of the lies and the hypocrisy come from.

  • zingzing

    ruvy, “whore,” dirty word though it may be, has a specific meaning in the context. i know you don’t think i imagined you all gussied up, in a tight skirt, with some torn fishnets on and a boob hanging out, right? ish. good god. hold on, gotta go clean my mind out with a gun or something.

    ok. now as for your “I haven’t prostituted my ideas or my ideals,” that’s exactly what i mean. but i don’t think palin is the only symptom. and as for me, “demeaning” myself with my language, you surely don’t come off any better, i hope you know. the stuff that comes out of your mind is certainly more ugly than what comes out of mine.

    oh my. back to you as a hooker. shudder. maybe i can get you to bulldoze me to death, yeah?

    and yes, i read the speech. or at least part of it. never got to the bottom of it, but it was a fucking long speech that, as far as i can tell, had its good points and its bad. i can’t say i disagreed with everything she had to say (that i read), but she also seemed to be taking the easy way out a lot of the time. then again, i doubt she agreed with everything she said, being that she is just a face that the conservatives stretch over their rotting skulls in order to not let the world see them for what they really are. monkey skeletons. with octopus arms. and dragon penises.

  • heloise

    In china obama hinted he would not run if his numbers were in the tank. How narcisist. He means if the jobless numbers are still over ten percent. Jfk was upset over five percent jobless before he was prez.

    I can actually envision bho not doing a second term and hillary as prez. Really

  • heloise

    In china obama hinted he would not run if his numbers were in the tank. How narcisist. He means if the jobless numbers are still over ten percent. Jfk was upset over five percent jobless before he was prez.

    I can actually envision bho not doing a second term and hillary as prez. Really

  • http://www.maskedmoviesnobs.com El Bicho

    are you really the right person to judge someone else’s narcissism when you constantly refer to yourself in the third person, trumpet alleged predictions you made, and claim to be JFK?

  • http://blogcritics.org/writer/heloise Heloise

    If you are vegetarian I just posted how I create vegetarian “turkey and dressing” at the Trough. “How to Finesse Vegetarian Thanksgiving”

    Heloise

  • http://blogcritics.org/writer/heloise Heloise

    El Bicho, I am precisely the person. Why? Because I know about that. Besides I don’t think I know, yes even my Oscar predictions last year were off the charts, and I know I was JFK. In Buddhism this is called the “insider” because that’s where our knowledge comes from.

    I’ve been called everything, so your comment is a compliment.

    Presidents have big egos, yes they do. I should know. So today November 22nd I am repeating what I’ve said a million times–rebirth is REAL. This truth will trickle down eventually.