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Matt Maloney is the CEO of GrubHub, some kind of Internet food-ordering company. (I have at least heard of them.) On Wednesday Matt made the conscience decision to send out an email to all 1400 employees of GrubHub. By Thursday there were various boycotts being organized (Twitter, Facebook, etc) by Trump supporters and Matt was in panic mode.

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Basically Matt Maloney was distraught about the 2016 Presidential election, explained to his employees that Trump and his supporters were miscreants, and stated in no uncertain terms that supporters of Trump had no place at GrubHub. The letter is littered with leftist dogma including safe spaces and the Hillary campaign slogan of “stronger together”. But the key message from Matt was “If you do not agree with this statement (that you will fight against everything Matt Maloney thinks Donald Trump stands for) then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here. We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team.”

Unfortunately for Matt… someone leaked the letter to the public; which is hilarious. I love it when leftist’s own words and ideals go public.

movie-star-wars-these-arent-the-droidsMaloney’s response was typical leftist.

  • Deny that what you said is what you meant.
  • Claim that what you said is “misconstrued” or “taken out of context”. You are the victim here.
  • Parse parts of what you said and offer a spin to soften your original message if not completely turn it around.

    Unfortunately, this requires that you pretend your target audience is a bunch of morons who don’t have the brain cells to actually read and understand exactly what you meant in the first place. Fortunately, this is a natural inclination for leftist. To the rest of us, it’s really insulting. But don’t take my word for it… Matt Maloney’s original email (and his spin the next day) are found below.

    Political - Fascist - SmileyThere is no question. As the CEO of a company (GrubHub) Mr. Maloney decided that approximately half the citizens of this nation do not have a place at his company when it comes to employment. This is a natural extension of a core leftist belief. If you don’t agree with them on homosexuality, you shouldn’t be allowed to work as a photographer or baker. If you don’t agree with them on abortion you shouldn’t be allowed to work as a nurse or doctor. This is the pattern with Matt taking it to the next step.

    Logically, by extension GrubHub (as led by Matt) also doesn’t need or want the business of half its potential customers. Of course Matt wants his cake and to eat it to. He wants the punish the unwashed by denying them employment, but he still wants the unwashed to patronize his business.

    There are multiple problems here.

  • Matt Maloney is a political fascist seeking to bully and silence or better yet harass employees into quitting.
  • Matt Maloney is an idiot. He quickly acted on an impulse that was all about instant gratification and stimulating feelings of smugness and moral superiority.
  • Matt Maloney is a moron. He really, really didn’t give a second’s consideration to the risks and likely costs his personal indulgence would initiate (If the letter became public.) (Side Note: Do you not think a majority of Tech CEOs feel exactly the same way a Matt. Of course they do… they’re just smart enough to keep it to themselves or at least within a very tight inner circle.)

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    What Matt Maloney didn’t do was take the time to think about consequences; think about cause and effect. And to be honest, that’s kind-of at the top of the list in the job description of Chief Executive Officer (CEO). So… Matt has basically proven he is not temperamentally nor morally fit to hold the position of CEO… for any company. Hopefully (for the sake of the company, the employees, etc…) stock holders and directors are taking notice.

    Abusing your employees, and the public trust of your customers is one thing. Doing all of that and telling me (your employees and the public) that I’m a dumb@ss is stupid on a whole new level.


    Matt Maloney’s Original Email

    SUBJECT: So… that happened… what’s next?

    I’m still trying to reconcile my own worldview with the overwhelming message that was delivered last night. Clearly there are a lot of people angry and scared as the antithesis of every modern presidential candidate won and will be our next president.

    While demeaning, insulting and ridiculing minorities, immigrants and the physically/mentally disabled worked for Mr. Trump, I want to be clear that this behavior – and these views, have no place at Grubhub. Had he worked here, many of his comments would have resulted in his immediate termination.

    We have worked for years cultivating a culture of support and inclusiveness. I firmly believe that we must bring together different perspectives to continue innovating – including all genders, races, ethnicities and sexual, cultural or ideological preferences. We are better, faster and stronger together.

    Further I absolutely reject the nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics of Donald Trump and will work to shield our community from this movement as best as I can. As we all try to understand what this vote means to us, I want to affirm to anyone on our team that is scared or feels personally exposed, that I and everyone else here at Grubhub will fight for your dignity and your right to make a better life for yourself and your family here in the United States.

    If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here. We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team. I want to repeat what Hillary said this morning, that the new administration deserves our open minds and a chance to lead, but never stop believing that the fight for what’s right is worth it.

    Stay strong,
    Matt

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    TexasLynn’s Commentary on Matt Mahoney’s Spin and Damage Control

    Concept - Bullshit>> This year’s presidential election was undoubtedly divisive and left many of our employees feeling concerned. In response, I wrote a company-wide email that was intended to advocate for inclusion and tolerance — regardless of political affiliation — during this time of transition for our country.

    I call Bullsh#t! Nobody… NOBODY… reading your original email would have thought that. Not even you when you wrote the dam thing. Your employees got the message loud and clear though. Especially the ones that made sure it was brought to the attention of the public and the stock-holders.

    >> Some of the statements in my email (please see full text below) have been misconstrued.

    Again… I call Bullsh#t! Your message was VERY clear.

    >> I want to clarify that I did not ask for anyone to resign if they voted for Trump. I would never make such a demand.

    Translation… “I am now going to pretend my email said something completely different and act indignant that anyone would think otherwise… This requires that I pretend you are a complete idiot and can't read and comprehend for yourselves…”

    Granted, this was probably an impulsive decision; an angry leftist throwing a hissy-fit. But at a minimum, Matt’s intent was to shame Trump voters and intimidate them. So even if we give Matt the benefit of the doubt (concerning the resignation intentions), which I don’t… Matt’s actions and intentions were still repugnant and stupid.

    Matt’s response to getting caught? Also repugnant and stupid.

    >> To the contrary, the message of the email is that we do not tolerate discriminatory activity or hateful commentary in the workplace, and that we will stand up for our employees.

    As long as they share my (Matt Maloney's) beliefs… otherwise you are to get the hell out of here… Again… you made that pretty dam clear, Matt.

    >> Grubhub welcomes and accepts employees with all political beliefs, no matter who they voted for in this or any election. We do not discriminate on the basis of someone's principles, or political or other beliefs.

    I'm sorry, your previous actions and lack of contrition are too loud for me to hear your spin right now. But keep going…

    >> I deeply respect the right of all citizens to vote for the candidate of their choice.

    Really? That's the spin here… exactly where was that in the original email, Matt?

    >> In fact, I offered extra flexibility on Tuesday and encouraged all our employees to go vote.

    So… you did what pretty well most/many employers do across the country and THAT is proof of your open-mindedness. Dude… you're flailing for a life-preserver here. Surely coming clean and a little contrition are in order by now. You, Matt, are not Bill and Hillary Clinton. Do you really think you can pull this crap off like they do? You're an amateur.

    >> There is a place for all points of view at Grubhub. We value diverse perspectives and believe those perspectives help to create a better product and a better workplace culture.

    Blah, blah, blah, diversity… blah, blah, blah, culture… You have no credibility at this point.

    >> Grubhub’s leadership team has worked for years to create a culture of support and inclusiveness. I firmly believe that we must bring together different perspectives to continue innovating. We are better, faster and stronger together, and so is America.

    "stronger together"… Thanks Hillary. You're just proving the point of your detractors. All I'm hearing is a bunch of campaign slogans and motivational posters being regurgitated as company policy.

    It reminds me of when I worked in Houston (for a big corporation) and there was a hurricane headed our way. In preparing for the weather, the head honcho brought us all together and said “If any of you are concerned for your family and feel you need to get them out of the city, we encourage you to do that. Your family is our number one priority.” One guy took him seriously and left to take care of his family. The guy didn’t work there anymore a soon after that…

    >> Posted by Matt Maloney, Grubhub CEO

    To quote our British cousins… you, sir, are a fascist bullyboy; and we're sick of bastards like you. I didn't even vote for the guy (Trump) and even I know it's ^&%$ers like you that are the reason he was nominated and elected.

    In closing, Matt, screw you! Screw your fascist response to losing, and screw your company (GrubHub if anybody missed it).

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  • I’m going to rant for a minute. This is also a little bit technical so shy away if you’re not a computer geek or a Windows user… So here we go.

    Windows 8 sucks. Windows 8 sucks %$%&^ @#$%^!

    I’m a fairly technical guy. BS in Computer Science, 20+ years IT experience. IT Manager for a small company. I build PC from scratch for fun.

    Windows 8 sucks! SUCKS!

    It’s been out for a while now and I’ve only worked on two machines with Windows 8. Both experiences were infuriating.

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    Nothing New Under the Sun:
    Side Note: Years ago I owned some Microsoft Stock having bought it on a dip I thought was an over-reaction. It had gone up quite a bit over the few years that I owned it. Then Vista came out. As an IT professional I decided to upgrade to Vista one Saturday afternoon. I installed it and started configuring my PC… and… and… the more I worked with that piece of crap the angrier I got.

    The main culprit within Vista was the UAC (User Account Control) that basically hijacked everything and asked you five times “Are you sure” before allowing you to do anything. At the end of my experience with Vista. I shut it down, exasperated and determined to revert back. But, before I did that… I logged into my brokerage account and sold every bit of Microsoft stock I owned. I remember this because the stock cratered after that and didn’t come back to that level for many, many years.

    Windows 8 sucks! My experience with it has been worse than Vista. One, because Microsoft has brought back its old friend… the UAC. And Two, because they doubled down on the annoyance by forcing a tablet OS (Operating System) on a PC user. And having worked with Windows Phones (also an annoyance), its not even that good of a tablet OS.

    Progressive:
    I understand things are moving in that (tablets) direction, but Microsoft is a big company with what I am sure is a lot of programming talent. They could have set up options to make the system work well for a PC user. They could have provided the best of both worlds. They could have… they made the conscious decision not to.

    Instead of providing a decent product to their customer, they instead decided that their ignorant dumb-ass customers needed to be herded in the direction that they wanted them to go. And that is currently Microsoft’s corporate mindset (and it’s not unique in today’s big corporate cultures).

    Consensus:
    As I mentioned earlier, I’ve only worked on two Windows 8 machines. The first time, I wasted several hours trying to get a simple VPN (Virtual Private Network) to work on the piece of crap… only to discover through much research (on tech boards) that you just couldn’t get there from here. My eventual solution was to format the hard drive of the PC in question and install Windows 7.

    Right then and there, as an IT Manager, I made the decision that NO computer in our office would run Windows 8. I have purchased many PCs since that time. Windows 8 was always a deal killer. But there is more to it than that. In the past, if you went to a company that sold PCs you would discover that a PC with Windows 8 had a quick turn-around (nobody wanted them and they were piled up all over the place); but it you wanted a PC with Windows 7 there was a line. To me this said that others were making the same decision I did.

    Latest Round of Torture:
    Now… just recently… my company inherited a machine with Windows 8 as we merged with another company. Since it’s been awhile and 8.1 is out. I decided to try again. Mostly to see if things had improved any. Call it technical and professional curiosity.

    Well… Things haven’t improved any. Ohh… I got that VPN to work this time (technology caught up there). But the UAC and tablet OS are just too $#!@*ing annoying. Not to mention that I had to Google how to shut the piece of crap down. Hint: It’s in “Settings”. Shutting your PC Down is a SETTING now!

    And one more thing. I needed to boot off a CD and run a utility. Simple enough. I’ve done it a thousand times. Just Hit a function key, select boot from CD, and you’re there. Not so fast. Windows 8 hijacks the BIOS (the base code of the machine). I spent hours on boards trying various suggestions to get around this. I finally just gave up. It by God cannot be done on the PC in question.

    Windows 8 sucks!

    Windows 8, Represents the Mindset of Microsoft and Corporate America:
    Microsoft sees the future in tablets (not PCs). Microsoft sees it’s OS and Applications as services (recurring revenue) not programs to be bought once (and renewed down the road at the users convenience). No… that business model requires a level of competence and the prospect of producing a useful product the customer actually wants. In the OS department, Microsoft’s record is 50/50 at best. Better to tie the customer down and force them to pay for it no matter the quality. Take no chances…

    Windows - Good Shit Pattern

    That’s fine, and even achievable. The free market can still play a factor. So Microsoft, like any company, needs to get back to the attitude of providing a good produce/service for a fair price first and foremost… not herding sheep to the slaughter as is their current (Windows 8) mindset.

    Windows 10 is supposed to be coming out “soon”. I would say that it can’t be any worse than Windows 8 but… this is Microsoft. But I’m rooting for them. Really. It sure as $#@% beats Apple (and others) whose business model is to put a chain around your neck by holding your content (purchases through their service) as hostage.

    How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in’t!

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    Dog - Yappy - MadSo the North Koreans (allegedly) hacked Sony Pictures because of a movie the studio was about to release. The movie parodied the assassination of Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Let’s take a look at what these recent events tells us.

    Sony’s Response (Panic):
    Sony has obviously been in a panic concerning the hack. This panic has nothing to do with the cancellation of a movie and the costs involved in that. That’s chump change to the likes of Sony. No. Sony is concerned with the information, the data, their tormentors now possess.

    They’ve gotten a taste of what can happen with the limited emails released over the last month. Luckily for Sony the MSM (Main Stream Media) has protected the leftist executives\producers for ideological reasons. (See more on this below) Unfortunately, Sony realizes that what has been released so far is probably just the tip of the ice-berg. And the MSM blind eye may have it’s limits.

    Sony’s Response (Canceling the Film):
    Sony withdrew the film and has caught a lot of grief (including from President Obama) over doing so. It has been kind of humorous to watch this since Sony has been one of those leftist corporate supporters of Obama. They were actually surprised when thrown under the bus. 🙂 Why do people, organizations, and companies do that? I would remind them that Obama threw his own dead grandmother under the bus for political expediency. Why exactly would anyone dealing with Obama be surprised to find themselves there?

    Me? I’m not so tough on Sony (for now) concerning the pulling of the movie. Sony had little choice. Few (if any) theaters/distributers were willing to show it. You can’t blame the makers of a product for “pulling” it when the stores refuse to put it on the shelf. Now with that said, it seems that Sony has found a venue for a limited release. That’s a good PR move. They should keep going and as a bonus they may even recoup expenses or even make a profit.

    People - Amy Pascal & Scott Rudin - Hollywood LeftistThe Information Released by the Hackers: (The Good)
    One of the good results of this incident is the information (mostly email) dumped by the hackers concerning leftist Hollywood. This information has exposed Hollywood as bunch of hypocritical assholes, nuts, and even racists. It’s nothing we didn’t already know… but confirmation of suspicions every now and then is a warm fuzzy thing.

    In particular, Sony Pictures co-chairwoman Amy Pascal (a major leftist Democratic and Obama donor) was caught exchanging racist emails concerning Obama with producer Scott Rudin. She’s now finds herself under a lot of pressure and leftist groups are turning on her. She pees on herself a little bit every time she hears a bus roll down the street now. In damage control mode Amy said “The content of my emails were insensitive and inappropriate but are not an accurate reflection of who I am.”

    Really? This is kind of like the “I was drunk” excuse. But it has been my experience that the words of a drunk is the mind of a one who is sober. What Amy really said was “Can’t you see I’m a leftist. A leftist dammit! I get a pass on crap like this! Lokk! Mel Gibson!” Amy’s problem is that there are thousands of leftist hacks that can do her job; thousands without the stink of exposed bigotry. Sony will let things die down and the quietly, stealthily… throw her under a bus.

    On to producer Scott Rudin, who took a different tact; one of misdirection. “This is not about salacious emails being batted around by Gawker and Defamer, It’s about a criminal act, and the people behind it should be treated as nothing more nor less than criminals.” Sony has even tried to shame and threaten news organizations not to report what was found in the “private” emails. This could be seen as really impressive chutzpah (Jewish cojones) if it weren’t so laughable. 🙂

    I remember a certain former conservative Governor and Vice-Presidential candidate who had her email hacked years ago. I also remember a certain commentator on Fox news suffering the same theft of proprietary email and information. Did these leftist have any qualms about that illegally obtained material being used by the media. Show me one leftist editorial with that sentiment and I’ll consider the argument remotely valid; but I won’t be holding my breath.

    If the “criminals” are caught, by all means see to it that they are prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Put your buddy Obama on the case. Good luck with that. 🙂 But the content of your emails and your character is… news. If you are exposed as racist hypocritical assholes, it’s your own dam fault. And if Sony doesn’t want to be seen as a horde of racist hypocritical assholes, maybe they should lean less left in the future. Call it the free market deciding you fate. 🙂

    Now to the not so good…

    Dog - YappyThe Big Picture (China):
    Normally we would think of North Korea as an annoying yappy little dog. Unfortunately (due to U.S. pussy-diplomacy over the last decade) NK is a yappy little dog with with a budding nuclear program and an emboldened megalomaniac. The owners of the yappy little dog (China) feign surprise but are “secretly” delighted that “Little Chubby” (their code name for Kim Jong-un) constantly nips at heels of an emasculated world power.

    This is China… “Oh look, our yappy little dog is biting you on the ass again. What can we do? He is an out of control bad yappy little dog… Ooooh, did he bite you there? That has gotta hurt…”

    People - Kim Jong Un with DogThe Big Picture (Cyber-Terror):
    When it comes to cyber-terror capability, the CIA actually ranks North Korea in the top five in the world. It’s amazing what capabilities one little megalomaniac can accrue when he shifts resources that should feed hundreds of thousands of citizens to instead wage war.

    I think the attack on Sony by NK was two things. One, the lashing out of a mentally troubled loser (Kim Jong-un) and two, a test of NKs cyber-terror capabilities.

    The test side of things is what we should be worried about; because it seems to have been a complete success. For now… but don’t forget, Barry’s on the job.

    Speaking of which, we are assured by President Barry (Obama) that we will respond “proportionally” and “at a time of our own choosing”. Perhaps the outage of internet in NK for a several hours the other day was that proportional & timely response. That’ll teach ’em…

    Great Leader Obama unfortunately shared with us (and NK) that he believes this to be an more act of “cyber-vandalism” and an “act of war”. And ISIS/ISIL was just a “junior varsity” team of terrorists wannabes. It’s bad enough we can’t properly fight the war on terror; but it seems we can’t even defend ourselves against or properly teach a lesson to a yappy little dog like Kim Jong-un.

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    This was yesterday’s Ziggy, which pretty well described by TV watching. Again, it just scares the crap out of me where we find ourselves. The whole system is rigged against producers.

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    I heard this on the radio earlier… though I don’t know if the numbers are true. There are 90 million (working age) adults not working for whatever reason. There are 10 million (working age) adults on disability (not included in the first number). There are 140 million (working age) adults working. Even considering the safety net and compassion and charity and all that stuff; the math doesn’t work… eventually the system based on those numbers will collapse.

    The “good news” is the left will then have finally reached it’s goal in equality in outcome. 🙂

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    People - Founding Father - Jefferson, Thomas

    “We must make our election between economy and liberty, or profusion (lavish abundance) and servitude. If we run into such debts as that (as typical in Europe) we must be taxed in our meat and in our drink, in our necessaries and our comforts, in our labors and our amusements, for our callings and our creeds, as the people of England are, our people, like them, must come to labor sixteen hours in the twenty-four, give the earnings of fifteen of these to the government for their debts and daily expenses, and the sixteenth being insufficient to afford us bread, we must live, as they now do, on oatmeal and potatoes, have no time to think, no means of calling the mismanages to account, but be glad to obtain subsistence by hiring ourselves to rivet their chains on the necks of our fellow-sufferers.” — Thomas Jefferson (who really was an advocate for smaller government, little debt, and low taxes as were practically all the founding fathers)

    We’ve made the wrong choice. Now the only question is, can we (or is it will we) choose to correct this grave mistake? Probably not…

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    “Well, this is it. Today is your last chance to enroll in a medical insurance plan under Obamacare. There will be no exceptions, other than people who haven’t yet enrolled. And if you don’t have insurance, you will pay a penalty. Make that a tax. Unless the tax would be a hardship in any way, in which case just don’t pay it and the IRS will be totally cool.” — JAMES TARANTO (WSJ)

    So today is the first (of many) final deadlines to sign up for Obamacare.

      Here are a few things we know (or can logically deduce since information from the administration is rather sparse):

    • 4 out of 5 plans are subsidized
    • 3 out of 4 now have a higher premium
    • A large majority of those who have signed up already had insurance before (it was just canceled because of Obamacare).
    • Of the 30 plus million who didn’t have insurance before, only about 1 million (3%) (maybe) are now covered. That’s OK (as far as the left is concerned) healthcare was not the goal here. Control was the goal.
    • Billions (in tax dollars) will soon be paid to the insurance companies (it was part of the bill) in a planned initial bailout. It’s why the insurance companies signed on to the scheme in the first place.
    • The administration will be touting the over 6 million “enrolled” but claim (a lie) that they don’t know the percentage that have actually paid.
    • The administration also claims (a lie) that they don’t know the percentage of young (healthy) versus old.
    • The administration doesn’t see fixing Obamacare as a technical or logistical problem. A better message is what is needed.

    Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) comes down to another ill-conceived, bureaucratic, behemoth, debacles, pushed on America by the left. In the long run it may work… in the since that it becomes another popular entitlement pushing us (actually our children and grandchildren) with even greater momentum to hell (insolvency). But control and government dependency in the meantime is the goal of the left and eventual hell (insolvency) is a small price to pay for that.

    In the short term (2014 & 2016), let’s hope there is a price to be paid by Obama but more specifically his Party. We’ll see.

    But good news for the left… in the end you win. We can no easier turnaround from this fate you have set us on than turn back the tide. Conservatives may manage to build a dam of sand but really we have no chance of fixing this. Obamacare is not the problem, but rather a symptom of the real disease of socialism slowly replacing the great experiment of freedom and self-determination.

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    Keystone XL PipelineThe Keystone XL Pipeline has been up in the air for five years now. Last week Canada’s foreign minister said “The time for Keystone is now. I’ll go further; the time for a decision on Keystone is now, even if it’s not the right one. We can’t continue in this state of limbo.”

    Translation? Look! We’ve been as patient with you idiots as long as is humanly possible. We offered this oil to you because we are one of your best allies and we’re trying to be good neighbors. Anyone with half a brain knows what the right decision is… but we’ve humored your environmental studies and rerouting (all for political reasons) long enough. It’s time to ^%$@ or get off the pot!

    I personally would like to thank Canada for being so patient with us. I’d have told us to go to hell years ago and sold the oil to China.

    Our biggest problem is the leftist environmentalists still think that if they kill the Keystone Pipeline then Canada can’t or won’t develop the Alberta oil sands. As usual, they’re wrong. That oil will be extracted. It will be burned. The only question is will it be used by us (the U.S.) or China?

    Meanwhile those who want to see this deal done have bent over backwards for these bastards; waiting on studies, rerouting the line, waiting for more studies. No study or route has been good enough for these guys and none ever will be. Their goal is killing this thing and no compromise was ever going to be possible.

    Meanwhile President Barack Obama sits on the pot nice and comfy with no intentions of doing anything. Many thought he was just stalling to get through the 2012 election, but that’s now obviously not the case. He has no intention of making a decision. The consequences and respect owed to our Canadian allies be dammed.

    Obama likes to pretend (or more precisely give the appearance) he gives a ^%$@ about jobs, the economy, business, and energy independence. He doesn’t. Oh, it pisses him off that these things often get in the way of him fundamentally transforming the nation socially… but that is as far as his concern goes.

    People - Obama, Barack - Show and Pipeline
    Concept - Appearance Over Substance - Words & Orange Kiwi

    So for the Keystone XL Pipeline, he’s like a moderate, wringing his hands wondering what to do? He knows what he wants to do. Turn left. But ohhh, those political consequences. He likes the outcome of sitting on the fence better.

    I could list the things the pipeline would mean to the U.S. including jobs and less dependence on Middle Eastern oil but they have nothing to do with the decision to be made (or lack thereof). Obama in this matter is guided strictly by politics. Of course, when politics drives everything a man does (even sending men to die in war), what do we expect?

    While I would like to see Obama finally make the decision to go forward with the Keystone XL Pipeline; I would settle for A decision, ANY decision… Right? Wrong? Whatever? Just grow a couple and do SOMETHING!

    Screw Canada (and us by extension)! Why should they get treatment any different from all the other allies we’ve screwed? But do it already!

    ^%$@ like this is just another reason our allies don’t trust us, and our enemies don’t fear us and nobody respects us. Nor should they with an incompetent pussy like this for a President!

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