Saturday, November 27, 2010

The Art of Perception or Deception

Who would ever want to throw their hat into the ring of politics is beyond me. Not only is it hell for the candidate, but it seems family is fair game for abuse as well by the media and other politicians that think their crap don’t stink.

I would like to first define two different words that are used to get the same outcome or result.

Perception: 1.the mental grasp of objects 2.insight or intuition 3.the knowledge.

Deception: 1.a deceiving or being deceived illusion or fraud.

Though the two words mean something totally different, they are used to mislead or guide the public into believing in something that is entirely fabricated. Example would be ‘Trooper Gate’ involving then Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin. The DNC knew that they would be able to assassinate her character solely on the basis of her being a Washington Outsider. May I add is being a Washington Outsider really all that bad these days?
The DNC said Sarah did not have enough executive experience, but then look who they nominated to represent their party a community organizer from The Windy City, the same city that had a governor under investigation for Pay for Play.

The perception was cast that Sarah was a dirty governor and that she was a ditz, an airhead to say the least. They went on to attack her then pregnant daughter both on the late night shows and in Liberal periodicals. All of this media attention that Ol’ Sarah drew was unbelievable. If this young American mother of five was such a clueless governor from Alaska, then why did they spend more time destroying her than Sen. McCain?

Here we are America, 2010. Are we any safer today than when Bush 43 was in? North Korea is ready to go to war with us and their neighbor to the south. We were deceived in 2008 to think that President Obama was this young American leader that was going to lead America into the future. His politics were to be bi-partisan, which I believe to be destructive in its self, we got mandated health care for everyone from your pimps and prostitutes to citizen to illegal.

Is this the change we voted for? It is all about perception that led us into deception. It was all an illusion my friends. There is no way government can ever make up for what we the people can do. America needs Constitutional principled leaders, not politicians that wish to keep the people powerless through more social programs and mounting debt.

Perception can be misleading, be patient and listen closely. God see us through this difficult times and God bless our Great Nation.      

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