It didn’t take long for the flim-flam consequences to bear fruit. It’s not that the Obama messes ever ceased. But before the election, even as many remained without electricity, water, or shelter, and the nation stayed on the skies going downhill – the Big Media news was ever so positive. Now comes the toxic harvest.
The motto of the flim-flam con man is a variant of a Lincolnism: “If you can fool enough of the people enough of the time…”
Enough fools were fooled yet again so that Barack Obama the Boob, whose idiot savant super power is self advancement, was reelected. Since that terrible Tuesday the unraveling has begun with a renewed vigor.
Big Media is busy turning the post election revelations into slimy sex scandals. Petraeus is the sex starved old guy, goes the narrative, and his replacement is also tagged as a sex hound. The Benghazi scandal remains hidden in the chorus as sex takes the limelight.
Months after the terrorist attacks and murders of Americans, including an ambassador, there are still no answers but a lot of questions. The lies from Barack Obama and his henchmen and henchwomen continue.
Instead of answers on Benghazi we are titillated with sex, again. But even on the serious questions regarding the sex we are still in the dark even as the sounds of copulation ring our ears. We have questions, as do many others, and we want answers.
We do want to know what Obama knew and when he knew it about Petraeus. At this point no one knows when Petraeus began his sex patrols with Paula Broadwell. Was it before he was nominated by Obama as Director of the CIA? Was it much earlier? What triggered the investigation of Petraeus and why was the investigation begun?
So that's some politics. I've been asked if I was going to do a second TV show like I usually do? Yes. I was considering "Raising Hope" for a bit. I do watch it now that Melanie Griffith's on. But?
It's Fox. And they make you wait a week after it airs to catch it online. So I'm not interested in promoting Fox.
I felt the same way about the CW until C.I. told me that the CW actually lets you watch the day after. It's Hulu that doesn't. Hulu is one week behind. But if you go to the CW website, you can stream day after.
I like the CW and want to help get the word out on a great show that I am loving. "Arrow" is a CW series that airs Wednesday nights. It's about Green Arrow though it's a re-working.
Oliver Queen and his father and his girlfriend and one other guy were on a yacht. It sunk. His girlfriend is pulled out of the yacht by water. Oliver, his father and some other guy end up in the lifeboat. There's not enough food for all of them. His father tells him that and then shoots the other guy.
Oliver's appalled. (Who wouldn't be?) And then his father shoots himself.
Oliver's then trapped on an island for years. When he emerges, he knows how to fight and has all these other skills.
He returns home.
His father wasn't a good guy. Though he doesn't know it, his mother's even worse.
I didn't have time to catch last night's episode yet. But I'll start blogging about it on Thursdays starting next week. If you haven't checked it out yet, please try to. It's a great show. One of the best of the season. Not just "one of the best on CW," but one of the best on TV.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"