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A drunken man can’t shoot a monkey.

A drunken man can’t shoot a monkey.

Two things rule the world: reward and punishment. George W. Bush is certainly one of the most controversial American political figures of our time. The eight years of his presidency have weakened the image and the reputation of the United States of America. This is illustrated by millions of protests in very country that he […]

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Better to be a free dog than a caged lion.

Filed in Business, Current affairs, Economy, made in china by on November 22, 2008 1 Comment
Better to be a free dog than a caged lion.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jane-hamsher/chinese-want-to-buy-the-b_b_144920.html The Chinese want to buy the three big American automakers. Lately China has been very aggressive and ambitious in buying companies around the world. The United States of America has lost its influence and pride. China is one of the three countries with Saudi Arabia and Russia who are buying most of the US […]

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Where women abound, noise abounds.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 11, 2008 4 Comments
Where women abound, noise abounds.

The newly-elected president of the United States, Barack Obama met the outgoing president George Bush at the White House today, on the invitation of the Bush family. While the two men were meeting privately in the oval office, Laura Bush gave Michelle Obama a tour of the white House residence. Well! When two women meet, […]

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An old person who dies is like a library caught in a fire.

Filed in Current affairs, Tragedy by on November 11, 2008 0 Comments
An old person who dies is like a library caught in a fire.

I just learned of the death of Miriam Makeba, a Grammy Award Winning South African singer. In the 50’s, she encountered Harry Belafonte, who helped her to fame in the United States. She released many famous hits, such as “Pata Pata” and ” Malaika”. She appeared in Paul Simon‘s Graceland tour, and also appeared in […]

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Ashes will always blow back into the face of the person who throws them.

Filed in Sarah Palin, US presidential elections by on November 5, 2008 1 Comment
Ashes will always blow back into the face of the person who throws them.

Today is a great day for democracy in America. The McCain campaign lost the elections. Sarah Palin must learn from her mistakes. The American people reject the race card and reject taking the dark road to win an election. As the Ashanti of Ghana say, “Ashes will always blow back into the face of the […]

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If the heart is sad, tears will flow.

Filed in Obama, US presidential elections by on November 4, 2008 0 Comments
If the heart is sad, tears will flow.

It is very sad to hear that Senator Barack Obama’s grandmother passed away in Hawaii, even though we all knew that she was gravely ill. Madelyn Payne Dunham played an important role in the life of her grandson. She was about to witness her grandson become the President of the United States. She should be […]

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You don’t fear the rain because the sky is dark.

Filed in McCain, US presidential elections by on October 26, 2008 0 Comments
You don’t fear the rain because the sky is dark.

More sad news in American politics. Ashley Todd from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, a young female volunteer for the McCain campaign, was charged for filing a false police report. She claimed that she was attacked and sexually assaulted by a Black man because she had a McCain/Palin bumper sticker on the back of her car. C’est du […]

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It is by growing that the Bamboo tree adds new rings.

Filed in Obama, US presidential elections by on October 17, 2008 0 Comments
It is by growing that the Bamboo tree adds new rings.

During the last debate, the Senator from Illinois Barack Obama showed his maturity and the better understanding of the situation that the United States is facing. Who could believe that a couple of months ago, his political opponents — within his own party and the Republican party — were saying that he was not ready […]

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Someone who wishes for rain, must accept mud.

Filed in McCain, US presidential elections by on October 12, 2008 0 Comments
Someone who wishes for rain, must accept mud.

What a week in politics! America just shifted from the financial crisis to McCain supporters’ attacks against his political opponents. I feel like Senator McCain is trapped in his own game: what he believed to be the best way to slow down the rising of his political opponent in the polls. Although, I have to […]

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A Witch is more dangerous than a Warlock.

Filed in Politics, US presidential elections by on October 9, 2008 0 Comments
A Witch is more dangerous than a Warlock.

John McCain might win the election on November 4th. Then, if something terrible happens to him, Ms. Palin will become the President of the United States of America. America watch out… As the Berber of Morocco say, ” A Witch is more dangerous than a Warlock.”

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