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Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

Posted on: January 9, 2009 9:51 am
 

I have this young man who takes care of my yard for me. He is 20 years old and uses the money to put himself through college. He is a very handsome fellow with dirty blonde hair worn a little long. He would be a surfer dude if there were any in Ohio. Ladies, I want you to know he is even more handsome when it is hot, because that is when he takes off his shirt. I must let you know, I fear he may suffer from dehydration some days so I make sure I present him with a cool drink as often as possible. Just applying the golden rule ladies! Anyway, I was thinking about hiring him to be my new regional sales manager reporting directly to me. He is soooo nice to look at and he does work hard (like his abs). I think he is qualified.

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Is this what a majority of Americans wanted when they voted for Obama? Change was the slogan and it was shaped by the individual and the media to mean whatever to whomever. But here it is folks. The change you voted for is manifesting itself in some very dangerous ways. This week PE Obama leaked his nomination for the head of the CIA only to be rebuked by his own party for not consulting them. The people he forgot to consult were only the senior democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee, incoming chairman Diane Feinstein and outgoing chairman, Jay Rockefeller. Oops! Now that is not the dangerous part. The nominee, Leon Panetta, has no intelligence experience whatsoever. He was a congressman from California and Bill Clinton's Chief of Staff. Those are his credentials folks. Then there is that pesky little fact that Mr. Panetta is a self proclaimed passivist. Is this the person you want running YOUR intelligence agency? It is your agency, they work for you.

Keep in mind, previous attempts at having a politician run the CIA have been a disaster. Porter Goss comes to mind in 2004 when he, a bureaucrat, brought in his own team and fired the senior staff at the CIA. Those senior staffers are career intelligence officers. They know what they are doing. Goss was quickly shown the door in 2006 and efforts were made to restore the morale of the folks in Langley.

My stupid person of the week may have to go to the man soon to be at the top. Come on Obama, stop picking your cronies for these jobs. You promised us you were going to stop business as usual in Washington. Your choices so far are very suspect to me for some of you posts.

  • Hillary Clinton (former Presidential candidate) at State - her credentials are what? Trial lawyer, wife of president, Senator. Is she trained in international affairs? And then there are those massive donations to her husband's foundation from all around the globe.
  • Bill Richardson (former Presidential candidate) as Commerce Secretary. He faces an embarassing investigation about money from donors and New Mexico government contracts being awarded to those donors back in August 2008. Media just now got around to reporting on it I suppose. He took his name out of the hat. Thanks Bill.
  • Ram Emanuel for Chief of Staff. He is from the Chicago political system just like Obama. Quoted as saying, "Never waste a good crisis." As he alluded to the economic crisis and the Obama agenda. Fear mongering from the Democrats.

I'm going to stop here before my blood pressure gets up too far.

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A question before I go...... why do Americans think a big government making decisions for them is the way to live? Obama's proposed agenda is consolidating power under the government's control, power that used to belong to the individuals of this country. I want freedom to make my own choices, not have the government do my thinking for me. Am I alone? Please Obama supporters, tell me why I am wrong because this stuff scares me to death.

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Comments

Since: Feb 18, 2008
Posted on: January 13, 2009 12:17 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

I equate it more to the drafting of Brian Bosworth, or Gino Torretta.



Since: Jul 11, 2007
Posted on: January 12, 2009 11:30 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

Am I alone? Please Obama supporters, tell me why I am wrong because this stuff scares me to death.

You're not alone Smorgie.  Obama is having a bad draft.  This could be like when the Eagles selected Donovan McNabb over Rickey Williams and everyone in Philadelphia booed him.  Truth is McNabb might have been the better choice in the long run, but I still don't think either will ever win a Championship.  Or this could be a Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan situation, where America will always be looking back and saying "what if?"

This is a sports site so I have to make sports references.

Anyways, I'd be your gardener too Smorgie.  Keep posting.




Since: Dec 31, 2007
Posted on: January 12, 2009 4:49 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

The truth is he was told by his nominators to step aside as a result of the investigation.Still the man deserves at least a half a thumbs up.



Since: Jan 9, 2009
Posted on: January 12, 2009 3:19 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

Awesome observation, couldn't agree more.

Nice picture too, Id love to be your young gardener



Since: Mar 20, 2008
Posted on: January 12, 2009 12:51 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

I am actually surprised that you didn't dedicated a blog to someone in politics doing the right thing.  True he is under investigation about some money but you think if this was someone in the Bush administration that they would take their hat out of the ring for the position?

Investigation for criminal procedings - and I should thank him for doing the right thing? 

The truth is he was told by his nominators to step aside as a result of the investigation. 




Since: Feb 18, 2008
Posted on: January 9, 2009 5:16 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

lol have you checked your avatar lately?


That is an artistic depiction of the female anatomy.  Do you not approve?




Since: Dec 31, 2007
Posted on: January 9, 2009 5:06 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

As usual, a great post, you just need to get those openning paragraphs out of the gutter.lol have you checked your avatar lately?



Since: Dec 31, 2007
Posted on: January 9, 2009 5:04 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

Bill Richardson (former Presidential candidate) as Commerce Secretary. He faces an embarassing investigation about money from donors and New Mexico government contracts being awarded to those donors back in August 2008. Media just now got around to reporting on it I suppose. He took his name out of the hat. Thanks Bill.

Thanks Bill is all he gets from you?

Come on now!

I am actually surprised that you didn't dedicated a blog to someone in politics doing the right thing.  True he is under investigation about some money but you think if this was someone in the Bush administration that they would take their hat out of the ring for the position?

Hell no.

I think with that move from Bill he deserves a lil recognition for doing the right thing in politics.

I bet you get all hot and bothered during the summer watching your non jail bait gardner out in the backyard in the dirt in the hot july air working the hoe and spraying the petals with his hose.......(god even I can't help but not giggle at the absurdity)

words are fun.




Since: Nov 19, 2008
Posted on: January 9, 2009 3:54 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

I know I am new here but it would make my day if I could get a response from you Smorgie... ;)

I love your opening phrases...




Since: Feb 18, 2008
Posted on: January 9, 2009 3:54 pm
 

Smorgie ogles her gardener...mmmm

Perhaps you liked my blog about the lady in the new dress better?

Well  it leaves more to the imagination.  Well at least mine.  All joking aside, you do have a knack for grabbing peoples attention.  Heck I keep comming back for another read.



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