Truth & Fiction

It is the nature of politicians to place great stock in words. Words are cheap and the fiction woven by them is quite effective at manipulating and distracting the masses from the truth of one’s deeds. It IS necessary though for the ideologue to keep those deeds in the shadows, otherwise the fiction being woven is laughable.

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Pause And Smile Confidently…

Oh well…At least Obama’s script writers and teleprompter technicians are sheltered from lay-offs. πŸ˜‰ And really, who am I to deny a man the crutch he needs?

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4 Responses to “Truth & Fiction”

  1. Kelly Mahan Jaramillo Says:

    Hey buddy –
    Just wanted to say hi and come on over because I am defending, albeit somewhat grouchily, Michael Steele, but after that I do not know when I will be back, and you have been the most interesting “other-side-of-the-pond-” in the US that I have met..

    Take care, oKay? And is it not “No-politics” cool that Dan Rooney has been a contender to be the Irish Ambassador?

    Kel

  2. jonolan Says:

    Hey! πŸ™‚

    It’s always good to have you around. Take care.

    Yes, it’s sort of cool to have Mr. Rooney as the Ambassador to Ireland, but it may cause problems for the Steelers; I know his son has been making a lot of the decisions lately, but I don;t know if he’s ready to fly solo.

  3. Susanne Says:

    Ha! Loved the cartoon and your commentary. πŸ˜‰

  4. jonolan Says:

    I’m glad you liked them, Susanne.

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