Tag: rain

Isaac misses Tampa and Republican convention: A cloudy sky doesn’t always cry rain

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, US presidential elections by on August 28, 2012 0 Comments
Isaac misses Tampa and Republican convention: A cloudy sky doesn’t always cry rain

Despite the fear of tropical storm Isaac, the Republican convention is officially open. Immediately adjourned for Tuesday, they will be a day short. Issac will miss Tampa, which was the hope of Republican National Commitee (RNC). The next hope is that Mitt Romney will do everything to improve his image as “out of touch” with […]

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Lybia situation will not end well for Gaddafi: A deaf man may not have heard the thunder, but he surely will see the rain

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on February 28, 2011 1 Comment
Lybia situation will not end well for Gaddafi: A deaf man may not have heard the thunder, but he surely will see the rain

Does Muammar Gaddafi suffer from Saddam Hussein‘s affliction: absolute power? Power is evil. Power can make you think that you are God. Power can make you think that you are immortal. Muammar Gaddafi and his sons are deaf, out of touch with reality. President Obama has called on Colonel Gaddafi to step down now, and he’s not […]

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GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 6, 2010 0 Comments
GOP making big promises: Thunder is not yet rain

There is a difference between dream and reality, night and day, rhetoric and actuality. After the GOP wins in midterm elections, there are already signs that the political arena is going to become a circus. It seems that the American people have given their hope and trust to the GOP out of desperation, not because […]

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Haitians Still Homeless: A promise is a cloud, fulfillment is rain.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on July 13, 2010 0 Comments
Haitians Still Homeless: A promise is a cloud, fulfillment is rain.

It is disappointing to know that six months after the devasting earthquake that hit Haiti, the suffering is still visible. 1000s of Haitians are still homeless. Many countries promised to help rebuild. In reality, billions of dollars pledged might not come through. The Haitians have no choice to turn their faith to God and Voodoo. As […]

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Sarah Palin “Praying” for the Residents of the Gulf Coast: A bird that prays for rain will find itself soaked.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on May 5, 2010 0 Comments
Sarah Palin “Praying” for the Residents of the Gulf Coast: A bird that prays for rain will find itself soaked.

Where are Sarah Palin, John McCain, and Michael Steele now? Since the Gulf oil spill occurred, the champions of “drill, baby, drill” have been mysteriously silent. It seems that they are trapped between attacking the president for being “too slow” in response to the BP oil spill and the fact that they were pushing for more […]

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A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain.

Filed in Current affairs by on October 25, 2009 0 Comments
A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain.

A group of liberal activists just launched a new ad targeting President Obama about  his campaign promises regarding a public insurance option. President Obama and the Democrats are certainly under a lot of pressure.The latest poll shows that 57% of Americans are in favor of a public option for health care. The presidential elections are […]

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A deaf man may not have heard the thunder but he surely will see the rain.

Filed in Current affairs, Economy, financial crisis by on April 1, 2009 0 Comments
A deaf man may not have heard the thunder but he surely will see the rain.

Sometimes, heroes are not recognized because they work in the shadows. I’m referring to Tim Geithner, responsible for fixing the financial sector, the engine for the economic recovery. Obama‘s approval rating should be credited to this man who was unjustly targeted by the GOP, calling for him to resign from his job. Tim Geithner didn’t […]

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A little rain each day will fill the river to overflowing.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 1, 2009 1 Comment
A little rain each day will fill the river to overflowing.

Even after being hit hard in the past weeks by the Israeli army for shooting rockets, it seems that the terrorist group Hamas (or resistance group for it supporters) didn’t learn their lesson. Hamas fired five rockets into Israel. For those who have been following this deadly conflict, the scenario is the same. The rain […]

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Rain does not fall on one roof alone.

Filed in Current affairs, Obama, Politics by on January 30, 2009 1 Comment
Rain does not fall on one roof alone.

I am still shocked by the attitude of the GOP for not supporting the economic stimulus plan. Their attitude reminds me the communist attitude where everybody thinks the same way, acts the same way and believes in the same thing. At this difficult time, politics should be put aside because blocking an economic rescue will […]

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The plant God favors will grow even without rain.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Humanitarian by on December 26, 2008 1 Comment
The plant God favors will grow even without rain.

The state of Israel got a “Christmas gift” today — not from Santa, but from Hamas. At least five Kassam rockets and several mortar shells landed in southern Israel. The government of Israel issued a warning to Hamas to stop their attack or face a massive invasion of Gaza. Israel’s retaliation would mean a flow […]

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