[Homestead] Obama as Shiva? President as god?
lurine at com-pair.net
Tue Nov 23 17:41:53 EST 2010
Well, just proves how dumb some magazines can still be. <g> Just one more
embarassment to add to the list for the last two years.
As to the job of President. Obviously it is too large a job for the current
person but what did anyone think would happen. He was supremely under
qualified for the job. So he gave a good speech. How in the world did that
qualify him for the presidency. It didn't. AND, he hasn't surrounded
himself with much in the line of qualified people to help him run the
country. Geez Louise, the man didn't even balance his own checkbook, his
wife did. Governing experience - zero. Military experience - zero.
International relations experience - zero. *Real* world, *real* job
experience - zero.
Can one man handle the job? Sure but this country of dimwitted sheople
probably won't elect one who has experience or the basic knowledge to get
the job done. OR, someone who knows they don't know it all and looks for
the best person, not the political payback person, to act as an advisor.
Again, all those who voted for him, did ya read his first book? I know DH
finally read it and now is suffering buyers remorse!
----- Original Message -----
From: "EarthNSky" <erthnsky at gmail.com>
> Just curious, but I was wondering what everyone thinks about the new
> Newsweek cover depicting Obama as Shiva. It has sure upset a lot of
> Hindus. It's kind of ironic, I think, considering the hoopla his
> religious and philosophical beliefs have stirred in the past.
> Ok, so you say, I'm not touching that one with a 10 foot pole.<g>
> What about, then, a discussion on the substance of that Newsweek article,
> i.e. Is the job of President of the United States too large for one
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