Tue Nov 20, 2012, 02:05 PM
bigdarryl (9,924 posts)
Now thats what you call a Commander In Chief
And that Prime Minister to his left SHE'S FINE AS HELL http://media.talkingpointsmemo.com/slideshow/obama-asia-trip
18 replies, 1778 views
Now thats what you call a Commander In Chief (Original post)
|Voice for Peace||Nov 2012||#4|
|NYC Liberal||Nov 2012||#6|
|Voice for Peace||Nov 2012||#10|
|Third Doctor||Nov 2012||#18|
Response to NYC Liberal (Reply #6)
Wed Nov 21, 2012, 02:18 PM
Aristus (31,822 posts)
15. And I didn't notice anyone stating that his attractiveness made him less than a C-in-C.
It's okay to find someone attractive...
UNLESS, someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.
Response to msongs (Reply #2)
Tue Nov 20, 2012, 03:31 PM
WeekendWarrior (1,360 posts)
8. Oh, please, get over it.
People find other people attractive. It's a fact of life. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with celebrating it without turning it into something it isn't.
Just because we find a woman attractive doesn't automatically mean we consider her a piece of meat. It's an absurd notion.
Response to bigdarryl (Original post)
Tue Nov 20, 2012, 03:19 PM
iemitsu (2,204 posts)
7. It's nice to see young, vibrant people
making decisions for our futures rather than just old, tired men (I say this as an old, tired man).
We need some dynamic new ideas and approaches to solving the world's problems and I suspect these ideas will come from folk who look more like these two national leaders than they do like me.
Response to iemitsu (Reply #7)
Wed Nov 21, 2012, 04:08 AM
Voice for Peace (9,775 posts)
10. yes! young brilliant & colorful in many ways.. the faces of change
no more old stupid people in charge
"It is not the world that needs peace, it is people." Prem Rawat
Response to Voice for Peace (Reply #10)
Wed Nov 21, 2012, 01:42 PM
iemitsu (2,204 posts)
14. Hear, hear.
Not that I believe that all old folk are stupid but they are rarely innovative trail blazers.
Old rules and relationships that have governed us have failed to meet the basic needs of modern society. The old guard has proved to be nothing more than corrupt hoarders, unwilling to recognize the value of their charges. They need to go.
I am really hoping that President Obama will be a transitional character in American politics and that he will (in his second term) promote progressive policies that address the gross inequalities and injustices so prevalent in our current system.
If, in the next four years, the price of health care can be reduced by socializing the cost, some banker-criminals are prosecuted and sent to jail, the mortgage bubble is adjusted to reflect the true values of properties, new pot laws empty prisons, and republican obstructionists continue to be exposed for the regressive and harmful legislation they promote, then maybe Americans can put themselves back onto a course that works for the many and not just the few.
But as long as we are fighting each other, over the few crumbs thrown our way, we will continue to point the finger of blame at the party in power and fail to embrace a vision that will promote a better world in the future.
We all, not just the young, need to pressure Obama to support fundamental changes that redirect America so it can become the land of its promise. A land of freedom, liberty and justice for all.
We need to apply this pressure (call our congresspeople, hit the streets, write letters, be heard) because there will be and has been monumental opposition to making any change that would upset the status-quo.