OK, to those who know me or, will admit it, however reluctantly, I actually feel that the GOP heir transparent, could bring great value. I hear my friends and old associates, experience the true grating of back molars, their fingers over strained eyes. He's off again ... I do not blame them one bit. We must explore the attributes of Willard Romney. Yes, for our President.
First, he is starting with very little, unlike the traditional Democrats, he is not bought. Yet. We may be able to convince him -- yes, damn it! If we are not that desperate to flip a man who needs an intervention of hard core reality, then how will we save ourselves?
What are his values: two Cadillacs; missionary work in Paris; a prom queen wife; who is a ost of us, and he creatively takes this company from the cliff of possibly not making it another year ot two, and then launches them into a new world: one which he takes out huge loans, lays off marginal employees -- you know, guys like you, me, your neighbors, -- and gives them a fresh start. No seminars on how to structure your Job and Marketing Plans. This is Tough Love, thank you. Then, he shows us how to turn a handsome profit by hook, crook and deft control of every hemmoraghing penny ... God, he does have the touch with give and take ..
See, we're quite soft and not in step with how to make a buck from scratch.
We need that Joel Osteen touch: SMILE, BELIEVE, GET REALLY GNARLY NARCISSISTIC AND VOILA!: There you are.
Do you see what I mean, guys? We need a solid blind side kick in the the psychic ass. We are so deserving, for the wonderful choices we have recently made: the current cast of trough feeders, who have their hands in the pockets of Big Pharma and the Mega Insurance behemoths that are very easy to work with. We would have a president who would understand this; he would work with such powers that be. No more hand wringing over having your mom and dad being able to pay for medical bills -- hey, this is Survival of the Fittest -- the Eskimos use ice floes, which are quite like a futon and not as clumsy as those old, clunky hospital beds, complete with tubes and dials and all this nonsense.
OK, I am being simplistic here, Agreed. But should we not cultivate the sense of this being a land of opportunity, even for one who comes from a strange religion, who happens to Baptize dead historical figures: the idea of Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini being dunked in some imaginary babbling creek, brings a tear to my eye, a furtive chill at my very spine. We are a loving, forgiving people, are we not? Aren't we ready for that breath of fresh air. We've had presidents who are erudite;balanced budgets -- and even some who blew the country's surplus on a phoney war.
Now, do we not deserve a change -- for a change?