Sep 132018

Michelle Obama Says: “Black Girls Rock!”

What about white girls? Asian girls? Hispanic girls? And, what about men?

Just because Mickelle didn’t have and sons doesn’t give her the un-American right to exclude all men as well as all the non-black people in America. 
Michelle and the Democrats who support her particular type of big government welfare benefit as economic candy treats best be careful of how they act going forward because the politics of exclusion can work in strange ways.

She gets away with it because the Democrats control Entertainment, the media and the welfare state but a guy with a white hat over his orange hair won’t let her or her ilk win against or without high costs. Michelle is out of step with America just like her husband and Hillary and her husband.
These four bear watching. We don’t want the Facist elements i America to get control of government again.

Sep 132018

Yellow Journalism of No-Courage Yellow-Bellied Bob Woodward & the NYT
Woodward relies on the cooperation and anonymized accounts of top-level government officials — and ex-government officials who speak under the shield of “deep background.” That’s Woodwardspeak for perhaps lying, by disgruntled, pissed off losers who couldn’t do the job.

Deep background serves several purposes. Stylistically, it allows for a more readable narrative — because, unlike traditional reported works, Woodward doesn’t have to keep slowing down to attribute his information to sources. The critique here is that also can produce a misleading narrative that reads more authoritatively than it should.

The more noble-sounding motivation is that deep background better protects sources’ identities and allows them to speak more freely, by obscuring which information is coming from where, and even how many people it’s coming from.
The flip side of this is, of course, that anonymous sources may feel freer to lie or mislead if shielded from accountability. The practice also can shield the reporter from some accountability, as we don’t know whether any particular salacious anecdote is coming from one source or several.

The pretension to be able to recount the private thoughts of top government officials, months later, based on no attributed source, is a longstanding, somewhat absurd stylistic tic of Woodward’s books.

Conversely, certain other people can be very helpful indeed. They can take hours and hours of their time to talk, helping Woodward nail down dates and details, and offer up tons of newsworthy or juicy information.
There are likely other sources who are somewhat better disguised — the sourcing of the material about Secretary of Defense James Mattis, for instance, doesn’t seem clear to me — but these are the obvious ones.

All the White House officials listed here have left their positions with Trump, meaning they’re no longer at risk of being fired for doing so.

Beyond potential new wars, the closest thing to unifying themes for the book are Trump’s clashes with the economic and foreign policy establishments, some of his aides’ frantic attempts to get him not to disrupt the “global order,” and the disdain and frustration some of those aides have for the president
Keep that in mind. But also keep in mind that they were in the room; Woodward wasn’t — and you weren’t either. This book won’t put him or you there either. .

Sep 132018

It’s easy for crazy politicians to slander someone by announcing they disinvited them from an event. “Heidi Klum Disinvited from Racist Conference, ….Twice In One Week”.

First, there was no conference.

Second, Heidi is one of the people furthest from racism.

Third, since there was no conference Heidi couldn’t have been disinvited from something that never existed.

Finally, it’s how the media lies about people they detest and hate, …. like the president of the United States.

Sorry, … Cannot explain what happened here.