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Rangle should admit wrongdoing and retire: A drunk man never admits being drunk

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on December 4, 2010 0 Comments
Rangle should admit wrongdoing and retire: A drunk man never admits being drunk

If you do not believe that power corrupts, watch the attitude of Congressman Charles Rangel of New York. The 80 year old man is still fighting for his “honor.” Sometimes, public figures do not know when to retire. What was seen as a “great” political career was more an appearence. This case confirms once again the corruption in […]

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Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on October 28, 2010 1 Comment
Karsai, double agent, can’t be trusted: A chameleon can only change its color, but can never change its skin

President Karzai has acknowleged receiving a secret bag of cash from Iran. This news confirms what many believe: that the Afghan president is a double agent who plays both for the West and Iran. For sure, Afghans are closer to the Iranians than the West. Karzai is a controversial figure, by his positions and also […]

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Blagojevich only guilty on one count: Beware: some liars tell the truth

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on August 18, 2010 0 Comments
Blagojevich only guilty on one count: Beware: some liars tell the truth

So far, Rod Blagojevich, the former Illinois governor accused of trying to sell President Obama‘s senate seat, was found guilty of only one count out of 23 charges against him. This is a big victory for a man who was publicly dragged through the mud. Even though the sentence for lying to the FBI is still coming, […]

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Ted Stevens dead: The good milking cow is praised after her death

Filed in Current affairs by on August 11, 2010 1 Comment
Ted Stevens dead: The good milking cow is praised after her death

The death of former Alaska senator Ted Stevens is like an earthquake. He was one of the most visible figures in American politics. Who could believe that this man who survived one airplane crash died on another airplane crash? Destiny is just something that we as humans cannot control. The 86 year old had a […]

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Rangle Has No Sense Of Shame: Greed loses what it has gained.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on July 30, 2010 0 Comments
Rangle Has No Sense Of Shame: Greed loses what it has gained.

The Democrats are certainly seeing the beginning of the end of their majority in Congress and the House. Sometimes your worst threat comes from within your own family. Charles Rangel, the powerful New York Representative, has been accused of 13 congressional ethics violations, putting the Democratic party against the wall for the next elections. Democrats are not better […]

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Blagojevich Attorneys Want to Subpoena President Obama: A drowning man will clutch at a straw.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on April 24, 2010 0 Comments
Blagojevich Attorneys Want to Subpoena President Obama: A drowning man will clutch at a straw.

 The lawyers of former Ilinois governor Rod Blagojevich have filed a motion to subpoena President Obama to testify at their client’s trial in june. (If you recall, Blagojevich is accused of trying to sell the president’s senate seat after he was elected President of the United States.)   The Blagojevich saga is not over yet. The presumption of […]

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Hamid Karzai Threatens To Join Taliban: It is not by watching a newly wed wife that she is going to become pregnant.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on April 6, 2010 1 Comment
Hamid Karzai Threatens To Join Taliban: It is not by watching a newly wed wife that she is going to become pregnant.

Hamid Karzai has lost his mind. First, he was accused of committing election fraud. Now, he is threatening to join the Taliban if the US and the West keep pressuring him about fighting corruption and making reforms. Hamid Karzai certainly is putting himself in a vulnerable position. In old times, the CIA “took care” of a […]

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Charles Rangel Steps Down: A tree is best measured when it’s down.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on March 5, 2010 0 Comments
Charles Rangel Steps Down: A tree is best measured when it’s down.

While many see the fall of Senator Charles Rangel as the fall of a “Black political figure” (since America sees things in term of color), I see his fall as the end of a crook who happened to be Black and Democrat. It is unbelievable to hear that, still, he’s planning to run again for […]

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US Congress: A forest cannot be cut with a broken axe.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on February 16, 2010 0 Comments
US Congress: A forest cannot be cut with a broken axe.

Republicans and Democrats are quitting the congress. Many of them have announced that they are retiring. The question is, why now? Two explanations are possible: the American people are waking up after long years in a “coma” and people understand better that the American political system is a system of pure corruption. Democrats and Republicans […]

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Money to Africa for global warming: When a poor man gets a little money, his thoughts go off in ten different directions.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on December 13, 2009 0 Comments
Money to Africa for global warming: When a poor man gets a little money, his thoughts go off in ten different directions.

What appears to be a “good faith” pledge from the industrialized societies to poor countries to deal with the impact of global warming is pure bribery. The West has a moral responsibility for the change of climate and must accept fully their responsibility. Money to be delivered to developing countries is estimated to be $10 billion […]

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