Prententious And Self-delusional Public Leaders

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  1. Frank Sanoica

    Frank Sanoica Very Well-Known Member
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    Here is one of his final statements to the people.

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    Take note of the choice of words he used. Now, he is a "citizen". As President, he presumably then was above being a citizen, rather likening himself to something being above, or superior, to mere citizenry.

    Self-delusional. Believes perhaps in a two-dimensional existence. From here on out, he will be right here with us, he claims. Delusional. Never was, and never will be, a part of everyday American Citizenry. Though there may be illustrious examples of his vacationry, family interests, and such, truth is he will forever be surrounded by an impermeable membrane of Professional Protection. Like Bill Clinton, when political occasion demands it, he will again by presented publicly, used for agenda furtherance by the Democratic Party. Frank
     
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    I think that means he'll never shut up, and we know the press will hang on his every word.
     
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    I think the guy has a "magnifying" mind. He sees a few people rooting for him as millions. He cannot, or will not see his mistakes, no humility, voices in his head telling him he is great. I don't know if this has anything to do with anything, but can't stand the way he walks. It sort of reminds me of someone that truly knows he has nothing going for him (if he ever did he blew it) but he still struts around like he is so cock-sure of himself. If it wasn't so creepy I'd laugh.

    If he thinks anyone likes him, he should know the only reason would be because he did nothing, didn't stick to the constitution. Those that like him just wanted a puppet. Someone to be seen and not heard?? People have been getting away with murder in this country. He was just a dummy that sat on his high throne while keeping his back turned to corruption. Geez, don't get me started, what an ass he is.

    And you watch the press Ken, they'll do whatever is best for "them" always. They only think they are doing the best thing now but to go against Trump is the worst thing anyone can do in this country because you will lose. I've never seen/heard such a collection of brilliant men and women forming our new government.
     
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    @Denise Happyfeet ..."sat on his high throne while keeping his back turned to corruption..."

    Or, was a part of it. Highest cabinet members indulged in crooked dealings, lying, scheming, to enrich their own existences, both real and ego-driven. One involved selling guns in Mexico, letting them slip back in to the U.S., then using entrapment to both "catch the criminals" while engendering public support for their personal agendas. His Attorney General. Eric Holder. Denied knowledge of this:

    "Operation Fast and Furious" In May 2011, House Oversight Committee chairman, California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa and Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley sent Attorney General Holder a letter requesting details about Operation Fast and Furious, which had been a failed federal firearms sting operation, which had allowed some 2,000 weapons to reach Mexican drug gangs. Grassley and Issa urged Holder to cooperate and turn over subpoenaed records that would reveal the scope of the alleged government coverup."

    He was the second-highest Law Enforcement Officer in the United States!

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Holder#Operation_Fast_and_Furious

    His Secretary of the Treasury. What things have been written about him! He got his signature applied to the official money of the land! What great personal pride he must have! Timothy Geithner. Member of the Inner Circle of Central Banks, schemer of government "stimulus" spending, then seizing control of the private companies so "helped". Wells Fargo Bank comes strongly to mind.

    "Geithner weathered criticism early in the Obama presidency, when Congressman Connie Mack (R-FL) suggested he should resign over the AIG bonus scandal, and Alabama Senator Richard Shelby said that Geithner was "out of the loop". Democrats largely joined Obama in supporting Geithner, and there was no serious talk of him losing his job."

    "In November 2009, Oregon Representative Peter DeFazio, speaking for himself and some fellow members of the Progressive Caucus, suggested that both Geithner and Lawrence Summers, the director of the National Economic Council, should be fired in order to curtail unemployment and signal a new direction for the Obama administration's fiscal policy.[96] When Geithner appeared in front of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee that month, the ranking House Republican, Kevin Brady of Texas, said to the secretary, "Conservatives agree that, as point person, you've failed. Liberals are growing in that consensus as well. Poll after poll shows the public has lost confidence in this president's ability to handle the economy. For the sake of our jobs, will you step down from your post?" Geithner defended his record, suggesting Brady was misrepresenting the situation and overestimating popular disapproval of his job performance."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_Geithner
     
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