Thursday, June 17, 2010

Fake President

No surprise that me and Rachel Maddow do not have the same opinions on so many things.  Last night, I came to agree with her.  The Fake President Obama speech I watched on her program must have been due to planet alignment or something.  msnbc is not a channel I watch; but I stumbled upon her bit. 

She needs to be hired to be the stand-in for President Obama for all future speeches.  Her ability to present a speech that gets to the point, shows emotion, and presents leadership is so far beyond Obama’s that he would do well to at least hire her as a consultant (not that I want his ideas to move forward).  She’s got the skills.

And today, she met with Obama along with Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post, columnist Gail Collins of the New York Times, Gerald F. Seib of the Wall Street Journal and a handful of White House staffers according to the Washington Post.

I would like to propose she present to the President the same idea to control illegal immigration---plug the hole.

Now for your consideration…

Afterthought-  Since I live in an oil rich area and the economy here is driven by the success of that privately run enterprise that is overseen by the government, I’m not in a big hurry to stop the use of hydrocarbons and switch to unicorns.  However, locally, Chevron has installed a solar field in a portion of the Kern River Oilfield.  If Kern County and the southwest moved to solar power we just might be able to rule the world (or maybe ride unicorns to work).

The link to the solar field is a production of Chevron so…



Anonymous said...

unicorns...*snort*...well, I'll admit I'm something of a greenie, only the type that think that the cornnuts not the oil companies are what will ultimately send us into a dustbowl style depression.

I'm working my way up to watching the clips. I'm beyond tired of opinion shows. So ready for actual news. Just the facts, somebody, anybody...


*Cottage - Good luck finding a news program. Those days are gone. Your cornnuts concern is warranted but I refuse to give up my Orville Redenbacher Original Gourmet Popping Corn. No way, sister.

Hope your move is moving right along.