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  • just a conservative girl 6:53 PM on 09/24/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , leadership, , ,   

    Mute Button – New Romney Ad – Fabulous Video 

    I am about 2/3’s done with the book mentioned in this ad.  It is very damning indeed.  I am glad to see them using it.

    • SignPainterGuy 7:43 PM on 09/24/2012 Permalink | Reply

      I knew that Rs were muting dim campaign ads and some rightie ones too, but to hear that NinnyNanny Pilousi does it too; That is RICH !

      Zero hasn`t been going to his own Intel briefings for some time. Has he been ducking other meetings or otherwise snubbing “important people” ? I would guess – YES ! Turn about is fair play ……. He probably has heard about the muting by now and is likely incensed about it, but I had to snicker when I first heard.

  • retrieverheart 7:44 PM on 10/05/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , leadership, Presidency, right stuff   

    Who’s In Charge? 

    Remember in middle school when the teacher would be called out of the room for a minute. The time would stretch out and kids would stretch, delighted at the break from being called upon, having to answer tough questions or actually think. And then things started to get out of hand. Somebody decided to stand up and imitate the teacher. This did not suit you. You knew that exam was coming up, and you wanted to do well on it. At least cram a little until the teacher got back…

    This picture of our Fearless Reader made me think of a classroom without anyone in charge. You can tell a lot about a person by how they lead, or fail to. And by your own response to them.

    And tho I am not myself the world’s best dog trainer, I would NEVER allow a dog of mine to drag me all over the place like this. It’s not good for the person or the dog. What is he thinking?? And what does the dog sense? Dogs are wiser in many ways than some humans…

    And if you want them to love you and follow your lead you can’t wow them with word clouds, you have to be consistent, and reliable, and earn their trust. They are good judges of character not rhetoric.

    (via Julie Mason at the Washington Examiner http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/Dog-Whisperer-to-WH-Ur-doing-it-wrong-104379594.html)

    • Vegas Art Guy 9:58 PM on 10/05/2010 Permalink | Reply

      It sure as heck isn’t the American people. And that photo would make sense if it were my 73 lb Rottweiler who just figured out it was time for a car ride! I go 250lbs plus and she still keeps that leash so tight you could play music on it…

    • backyardconservative 10:24 AM on 10/06/2010 Permalink | Reply

      And he doesn’t even know how this looks to most people.

    • Obi's Sister 8:23 PM on 10/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Anyone with a dog knows that they can sense a person’s character before the human even opens their mouth. What I wouldn’t give to be able to talk to BO! Just think of the insights he’d give us on his human.

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