Giving a speech is easy, writing a speech is tough.
Every line, every word of what she said was bought
and paid for by a hired script doctor by Donald and the RNC.
Most telling of all, these were not the words of a woman.
Women don't talk like that, with such brown-nosing, glaringly generalized, artificially slick however erudite, sycophantic applause lines.
Watch her eyes. She was either reading from the left prompter
off to the side or the right prompter on the other side.
The only time her eyes came center front was for applause
and a smile. The reason she didn't look into the camera
is because the audience would see her eyes going
from left to right as she was reading the script.
Power is no problem as long as the public is kept in line and fed.
Rich people can go into the kitchen, ceremoniously drop
a few herbs in the soup and claim they made it. Regrettably,
they did. They bought, then had you pay for the grief
and the wars you may have not seen coming.
Glory is their game.
Are we the slaves of the 21st Century?
Slaves to the callow man with the biggest house on the hill,
with his sirenic spouse, coached and paid for.
I'd rather have the crafty but highly intelligent Bill Clinton
as First Lady.
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ?
We are already great.
Let's polish our humanity.
Let's inhabit the Souls of the poorest among us for a while,
in order to understand what is the highest Spirit within us and them.
Greatness is not about fixing the other, country or neighbor.
It's aligning ourselves with higher Truth,
a more ensured safe way into our future.
ACTION and the DT's (Donald Trump - delirium tremens)
Action from ignorance can cost plenty.
Bush's war in Iraq destabilized the Middle East creating
disasters like Isis and now international terror.
Action from political ignorance, the size of Donald Trump's,
will break down this country. Like '68, it will exhaust our energies
and we will be consumed by the costly indulgence
of aggravated conflict, much of our own making.
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READ the insightful article by the conservative David Brooks:
TV - and if you missed the outrageously funny Stephen Colbert sketch "Power Hungry Games" Monday, July 18 - (Skip to minute 34)