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Wednesday, 15 August 2012

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Absolutely right – stick to what they do and close your ears to what they say.

Leaders are human and too often easily flattered. Their hangers-on have always known it and with Obama you may well be right – he seems to suck it up.

His political appeal seemed to include a willingness to be flattered in a somewhat evangelical sense by supporters only too willing to go along with it. Ghastly but effective.

"He’s just too talented to do what ordinary people do.”

Okay, give me the sick bag.

"Ghastly" is exactly the right word, AK.

Sorry, Dom, I already filled it - to the brim!

Personally I think he is a narcissist coward, but that is just my opinion. The influence of Jarrett is largely ignored by most - on either side of the political spectrum. I wonder how the attack dog feels about her husband's dependence on this harridan. Maybe the rumours of him being on the "down low" are true. *evil cackling ensues*

I want to know more about the "black dress in the Oval office."
Was that the one J. Edgar Hoover wore to the Christmas party?
Was a cigar involved anywhere?

"being on the 'down low'". Translation , please, Miss Red!

Andra, I am referring of course to the delightful Miss Lewinsky who, poor gel, at the crucial moment forgot that well-bred ladies never talk when their mouth is full!

David,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Down-low_(sexual_slang)

Gotcha! Actually, I have wondered when I watch newsreels of him as he trips daintily down aircraft steps with his arms bent at the elbows and his wrists looking decidedly limp.

AH HA!! And that's where the confusion comes in.
That was a BLUE dress.
I know many blokes are colour-blind but you have to pay attention to the details, Duff.
I'll bet the memsahib knows what colour the dress was.

Blue dress - black dress - women - heh!

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