The blame game is on again! I call it dysfunction at the junction with this leader. Since he has nothing new to say and his personality is always reflective on failure from start to finish, he is the captive of an ideology called Islam which is rigid, unproductive, and cynical in faction. When this fellow calls a press conference before leaving for yet – two or more “fun” hell raisers – and tells the world that “he” has no strategy for the “ISIS” and in the meantime his counterpart in England is tolling the bells of “severe” something has to be wrong with this fellow. Is he in the world of “la-la” land? You would think that our leader in his “new Taupe suit that the taxpayers bought” would make some comparison with the remark the fellow “over the pond” made which was on the opposite end of the see-saw. But he made no mention of the opposite remarks – why not?
Now to get on with the show which was a barbecue in Purchase, New York, he told donors, there was a certain cynical genius to what some of these folks have done in Washington – was he reflecting on himself and all of these executive orders? How he just uses that pen and has all of those folks surrounding him like it is all official – does he not realize he is breaking the law and in the end just smiles – like see, I can get away with breaking the law.
And then at the fundraiser in Rhode Island he told these people like he really meant it “that the Republicans had realized that blocking all progress led Americans to become cynical about government and that the Republicans consider that a “pretty good thing because they don’t believe in government to begin with.” Do you think these intelligent? people believe him? He then told the same people, “The answer to our challenges is actually pretty simple. We need a better Congress.” This was his ninth (9th) fundraiser this year and Pelosi was in attendance at the Rhode Island event. With 60 guests and the cash register ringing up between $15,000 to $32,400 a good time was had by all.
I wonder if those people at the fundraisers noticed he had on a taupe suit. Wonder what this significance of the taupe color meant. I would have thought he would have worn that in the Spring of the year. September 1 is usually reserved for the beginning of Fall-colored clothes. He probably wanted to save the taxpayers some cash so he bought it at the “end of season sale?” He did look “out of character” though!