Thursday, June 13, 2013

Syria, Obama and Snowden

What comes after George Bush and George Bush Jr.? Must be George Bush the Third, only this time armed with a Nobel peace prize. Seriously, are they that stupid to think they can rerun the entire Iraq invasion scenario without changing anything? And is the US public really that dumb to let it slide? And how many Syrian citizens and US soldiers have to die in what is the most glaring instance in the past decade of a wag the dog-type distraction from on onslaught of domestic administration scandals?

Can you hear the French and the Brits?  Think the IDF has a plan?

It's all about the money folks.  The natural gas for Qatar, the US military industrial complex,  defense spending (lobbyists) and as we all know, anything, absolutely anything to straighten out the domestic issues facing the White House these days.

I reckon the community organizer has gotten in over his head.   This ought to get good.  I wish all the best to Mr. Snowden.   Chairman Mike Rogers of Michigan sounds like an idiot on speaking about Mr. Snowden tonight.  For God's sake,  who would risk the death penalty or life in prison in order to inflate their resume? Who are you going to believe, a whistle blower  dropout or a Congressman?  So, the NSA hires flunkies and dropouts?   There are over 1 million with top security clearance. That's one million who understand the corruption going on. 

Here is a few noteworthy high school drop outs.

Princess Diana dropped out of school at 16.
Thomas Edison had only three months of formal school. He was then home schooled by his mother.

Benjamin Franklin. He spent two years at the Boston Latin School before dropping out at age ten and going to work for his father, and then his brother, as a printer.
Albert Einstein dropped out of high school at age 15. Deciding to continue his education a year later, Einstein took the entrance exam to the prestigious Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, but failed.

John D. Rockefeller, Sr. dropped out of high school two months before graduation.
Walt Disney dropped out of high school at age 16. He received an honorary high school diploma at age 58.

Sir Richard Branson quit school at age 16.
George Burns left school in the fourth grade to go to work shining shoes.

Colonel Harland Sanders dropped out of elementary school.
Charles Dickens left school at age 12 and began working ten-hour days in a boot-blacking factory after his father was imprisoned for Debt.

Elton John dropped out of school at 16.
Ray Kroc dropped out of high school at age 15.

Ehrich Weiss (aka Harry Houdini) dropped out of school at age 12.
Ringo Starr dropped out of school at 15.

Peter Jennings dropped out of high school at 16.
Dave Thomas dropped out of high school at 15.

Orville Wright dropped out of high school at 15.
and there's plenty more where these came from.....

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