A woman, while at the funeral of her own mother, met a guy whom she did not know. She thought this guy was amazing. She believed him to be her dream guy so much that she fell in love with him right there, but never asked for his number and could not find him. A few days later she killed her sister..One can learn this kind of thinking, and then it becomes easier to deal with. It takes some professional interest. One would think those in charge of our foreign policy would care to know who and what they deal with. They could learn, sort of as a professional duty. So far, no signs of that. If we're forced to learn it ourselves, we'll find Obama to be less than The One.
Question: What is her motive for killing her sister?
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
We like to think that all people are pretty much the same, given the right chances to be happy and decent. If someone is down, no real fault of his own, the system being what it is, one tends to make allowances, maybe help out a bit, do some good. Our president is bending over forward to be nice to some of the world's creepiest dictators on our behalf, appeasing people I would prefer to do less pleasant things to, and is generally sucking up for the sake of making things better for all concerned. He's bashing Israel, and he feels sad about the election in Iran where people have been disenfranchised and some murdered by their state. But, hey, can we talk? I think not all people are really as good as one would like to think. Give some people all they want and they still aren't satisfied. Why? Well, I went looking for an answer to the leftard bimbo who referred to me as "heart-dead" and the idiot who wrote that I'm a "Right wing religious bigot." This is the best I can do, and I leave the answer to the question posed in the comment section, if you really want to know. I'll confess I didn't get it on my own. I'd still be a better president than Obama. Only the lady in question below and her type wouldn't be. "Any ten people picked at random from the Cleveland phone book would be better than him." (Or so I recall that quotation.)