Now that’s what you call Quality Leadership(tm)

April 27, 2010

This is the sort of arrogance evidenced when  military leadership can hold the audience hostage (I use audience instead of reporters as these indoctrinated hacks long ago gave up their objectivity and integrity in order to rub their dicks and clits against their fave political hack’s slacks) to tell really stupid and intelligence-insulting jokes.

What I call:  hubris. Much in evidence. If I were more adept at video editing, I could do a reel.

“When a nation practices evil, there is no way that it is going to be blessed in the long run. The truth is that we have become a nation that is dripping with corruption and wickedness from the top to the bottom. Unless this fundamentally changes, not even the most perfect political policies in the world are going to do us any good. In the end, you always reap what you sow. The day of reckoning for the U.S. is nigh.” -Anonymous

Comes as no surprise

April 27, 2010

“What I say is that I never had a real job,” Turbo Timmeh joked.

“TurboTax” Timmy [ Shitener ] Geithner has worked in government his whole life. Before becoming Treasury secretary, he was president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which is a government job but is closely associated with Wall Street. The New York Fed president is selected by a board of private sector bankers and other private sector officials but has to be approved by the Federal Reserve Board in Washington. Almost all of the New York Fed’s profits get turned over to the U.S. government.

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