Thursday, October 15, 2015

Culinary Administration

When Barack Obama vied for the presidency, he never realized
he bit off more than he could chew, and now finds he has no
appetite for it.

He thought he could make up the menu, not caring about the cost
of ingredients, or how to acquire them, and then have his chefs do
his bidding, putting it all together while he tees off. The problem
is, he doesn't know how to put a recipe (strategy) together.

It was a shock when he learned government operates with a fixed
menu called the Constitution. When he doesn't like the 'soup du jour,
he tries to order off the menu (executive order).

Any time he put on an apron and goes into the kitchen to concocted
something on his own, what ever he cooks up always turns out to
leave a lasting bad taste in ones mouth.

It takes more than ambiance for a successful operation.

Conservative column from George Giftos

Gates and Fences

The break-in at the DNC headquarters at the Watergate Office Complex
on June 17, 1970, in Washington, D.C. sparked what now indicates scandal
 about clandestine or illegal activity by adding "Gate" on the end of the activity.
For example: Monica-gate, Iran/Contra-gate, Travel-gate, etc.

By the nature of the Obama opaque administration's alleged misconduct and
 the, in contempt of congress Attorney General Eric Holder's stonewalling, a
 new and different designation is needed to replace 'gate' because a gate can
be opened.

Fences are designed to deter penetration, therefore Obama- fence is appropriate
 to use for various sections of the contentious challenges that face select committees
 investigating the VA-fence, the NSA-fence, the IRS-fence, the AP phone
records-fence, the Fast and Furious-fence, the Bergdahl-fence, the Gruber-fence,
 the Benghazi-fence and the DOJ reporter and Conservative targeting-fence.

Conservative column from George Giftos

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