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January 16, 2015

Frozen Assets 2.0

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 12:04 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the sunny, frigid and rather calm island of Nantucket! So good to be with you on this Friday morning, the 16th day of January, 2015, a beautiful one out on the waters of this little sand bar created by the Last Great Ice Age over 11,500 years ago, one that will probably not be repeated in any of our lifetimes, but who knows?  With the new Republican leadership in place regarding U.S. policy on climate, at least from the Legislative branch, anything could happen, including hell freezing over…

It has been quite a week for this world and all the inhabitants living in it, so give yourself a pat on the back and smile!  Remembering our centering thought for the day, “…the world makes me smile and laugh.” Namaste.

Right now the only thing that makes me laugh when I turn the TV on is the upcoming fight for the 2016 GOP nomination to become the next president? of this here United States of America.  Who needs those horrible reality shows when you can have the real thing with 20 eligible bachelors?

The high drama of Mitt Romney entering the wide open race only less than two years away right NOW, my God, what are we waiting for?  Get on it man!

High atop ‘…the hills are alive with music’, in lovely Park City, Utah, we listened to ‘ole Mitt, “corporations are people too”, Romney go on and on on the Sunday morning talk shows all last summer, spouting nonsense that, “…oh, no, not me, I’m not running, that’s not for me anymore, let someone else have a go at it, not me, but I will offer some of my calculus and reasoning when it comes to current policy on XYZ problem and so forth, are these store bought cookies?  God dammit, I told you a$$holes not to bring me anymore “Little Debbie” chocolate frosted thins and go to Auntie Mabel’s house and make her, well, pay her to bake us the real thing!  We have, oh, again?  No David (where in the world is David Gregory?), I am not going to run because we have so many other talented, honest, forthright, upstanding, unassuming, creative, intelligent, caring, insightful, compassionate, courageous and humble visionary like candidates that could and would do a much better job at U.S. President than I ever could.  I mean come on, how could I ever shake that whole Bain Capital thing?  You know, my former job of taking companies apart, laying off workers, and taking all of the profits, you know, good ‘ole fashioned CAPITALISM that is slowly killing our country, ‘money for nothing’, my favorite song the Federal Reserve sings my friend.  Don’t you just love the smell of Napalm in the morning?  Smells like victory…(credit the film, “Apocalypse Now”, starring Michael Sheen and of course, Robert Duvall, circa 1979).

So whether or not you take his word for it, him running or not running for president and all, one thing Mitt does not flip flop on is his right to do just that.  Amazing in his execution of and abuse of the action verb; a reality of FLIP and the same could be said for the other word FLOP. Words that should ring true for Mitt, as we all wait in great anticipation for his next move…

The last thing this country needs is another vulture capitalist running the wagon back into a ditch just like the last Republican did because Wall Street and Dick Cheney deceived him, what too soon?  Go back and check the score, revisit the financial crisis of 2008 and really understand what transpired therein.  A crisis that was born of GREED via fellas like Mitt, whose main and only goal was and is to MAKE as much MONEY as they possibly can–mocking that 47 percent all the way to their bank.  Passing people, laid off workers all over the land, many on the street who are out of work because of Mitt’s company, or one just like Bain Capital. Slick and smart businessmen who bought and sold their company for scrap as it were, making enough to build 100 car elevators, leaving that American worker(s) twisting in the ever increasing winds of our time.

Food for thought, please feel free to LAUGH at the absurdity, for that is what it truly IS.  But please, ENJOY the 2016 plutocratic presidential horse race that has begin in earnest. Truth be told, Jeb Bush is really not looking all that bad–if only he voted Democrat.

Have a nice week end everybody!


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