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America shouldn’t forget 9/11: Warm water never forgets that it was once cold

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Politics, Tragedy by on May 7, 2011 0 Comments
America shouldn’t forget 9/11: Warm water never forgets that it was once cold

President Obama‘s visit to Ground Zero was a very symbolic gesture, and also a reminder of the danger of terrorism. For ten years, America has been in the process of healing, but, the fear will never disappear. As human beings, we certainly feel some sympathy for Osama’s daughter, who witnessed the killing of her father. At the […]

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The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on March 4, 2011 0 Comments
The Tea Party will never be the voice of the GOP: No matter how long a log may float in water, it will never become a crocodile

Childreen of the same mother do not always agree. When Judson Phillips, a Tea Party leader, wrote a letter to the Speaker of the house John Boehner informing him that he looks like a fool, it shows the disagreement between the conservatives and the ultra conservatives within the GOP over the spending cuts in their budget […]

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Pastor Terry Jones, don’t burn Muslim holy books: Anyone who urinates in a stream should be warned because his relatives may drink from the water

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on September 8, 2010 2 Comments
Pastor Terry Jones, don’t burn Muslim holy books: Anyone who urinates in a stream should be warned because his relatives may drink from the water

General David Patraeus, the commander of the US forces in Afghanistan, has warned a Florida-based evangelical Christian church against burning copies of Muslim holy books on September 11. That incomprehensible act will endanger US troops in Afghanistan and also put all Americans at risk all around the world. You cannot fight fire with fire. The images […]

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Money can even corrupt the virtuous.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics, Religion by on July 25, 2009 0 Comments
Money can even corrupt the virtuous.

Politics and religion are like salt and water. When you mix them up, it makes a salty water which is not necessarily a healthy solution. A total of 44 people have been taken into custody in New Jersey and New York, as a result of a two-year FBI and IRS probe stretching from the Jersey […]

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One muddy buffalo makes the whole herd dirty.

Filed in Current affairs, US foreign policy by on April 17, 2009 0 Comments
One muddy buffalo makes the whole herd dirty.

The Bush memos were officially released. Now the whole world knows the details about the methods of torture used by the Bush administration. If George W. Bush was president of a developing country, the International court of justice would bring him to justice. George W. Bush and his entourage have done a lot of damage […]

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Only a fool tests the depth of water with both feet.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 11, 2009
Only a fool tests the depth of water with both feet.

The U.S. accused Chinese ships of harassing and surrounding its Navy vessel in international waters. The Chinese crew even stripped to their underwear. It is funny and dangerous. It seems that the Chinese have an habit of testing each new U.S. administration. I remember in 2001, when George W. Bush arrived in the White House, […]

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The heart of the wise man lies quiet like limpid water

Filed in Current affairs, Obama, Politics by on December 13, 2008 0 Comments
The heart of the wise man lies quiet like limpid water

Obama‘s staff has declined to respond to even basic questions about the internal review ordered by the president-elect into Illinois Governor Blagojevich‘s alleged efforts to sell Obama’s former Senate seat. The president-elect said that he will respond when the review is finished. As usual, the media machine is speculating: who was in contact with the […]

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Hot water doesn’t burn a cloth.

Filed in Economy, Obama, US presidential elections by on November 9, 2008 1 Comment
Hot water doesn’t burn a cloth.

The newly elected President of the United States, Barack Obama, held his first press conference on Friday to talk about the transition period and the current economic news. President Obama knew what to expect from the legacy of George Bush’s administration. The economy is bad: people losing their homes, unemployment increasing, and thousands of jobs […]

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Words are like water: once poured on the ground, you can’t take it back

Filed in Economy, financial crisis, Politics by on September 26, 2008 2 Comments
Words are like water: once poured on the ground, you can’t take it back

The financial crisis in the United States is taking all the headlines in the news. The situation is grave. Almost every day one giant financial institution collapses, putting Wall Street in distress. By suspending his campaign “to show” to the American people his leadership, John McCain once again is trying to pull all the attention […]

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The old elephant knows where to find water.

Filed in Other stuff by on August 23, 2008 0 Comments
The old elephant knows where to find water.

Definitely Senator Obama needs someone with great experience like Joe Biden. As the pygmies of the equatorial forest of Congo say,”The old elephant knows where to find water.”

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