Real leaders vs con artists

Courtesy of Danny Lemieux.

In reply to this article that purports to apologize for voting for OBAMA (Our Big Arse Mistake America):

But as soon as Palin climbed out of her igloo and onto the national scene, well, there was no turning back for me.

Alert! Alert! Discrimination against eskimos. Racial and ethnic hatred.

You see, I felt my choice was to risk McCain dropping dead and letting the world’s most well-known hockey mom run this country

That’s rather idiotic. Her thinking that this was her idea, rather than what she was programmed to feel. I’ve had the luck to pick up some NLP knowledge and what PUAs use to manipulate, on a 1v1 connection, the emotions of men and women. It’s not as hard as I had thought. Nor did it require millions of dollars to fund a propaganda operation.

Like many others, my view is narrow. I vote for the candidate I think will be best for me. I often define myself as a fiscal conservative and a social liberal. But above all, I want to feel safe and I don’t want to feel that I am being ripped off. I want a president who inspires me and cares about my contribution to the fabric of the country. I want a president with experience and savvy, a Commander in Chief who puts our country and its citizens first.

Based upon that, I have to ask this: is she looking for a leader or a lover?

A lover for a female must necessarily be male, most of the time. But since when did women become so fixated on sexism that their expectation of a leader was that it would always be a man?

In the frontier culture or the Southern culture, we aren’t so insecure in ourselves that we believe leadership is limited to one sex alone. Nor do we have problems taking orders from men or women, so long as they are worthy of our trust.

But Jill isn’t worthy of having a good leader. Her actions speak louder than her words. But even if she isn’t worthy, a great leader would still have tried to help her, rather than make class warfare against her… if Jill had let that leader come to power, rather than supporting her enemies.

These people have selfish interests but don’t seem to understand that a real leader, an alpha of either male or female origins, is not someone who is selfish or self-centered or insensitive to the interests and needs of others. But because so many Americans have lost the traditions of proper behavior, they can’t even figure out what is a con man as opposed to an honest man.

Things are that bad. It would benefit people a lot to get a re-education on what real leaders are.

Another reply to the RealCP post.

This is a great picture of a bridge.

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3 Comments on “Real leaders vs con artists”

  1. Bobby Says:

    “Discrimination against eskimos. Racial and ethnic hatred.”

    Do you really believe this or are you being facetious? You are familiar with the concept of metaphor, right? You are aware that it’s possible, just possible, that this is a metaphor for Palin coming from an extreme northern backwater?

    Are you also aware that the term “eskimo” is generally frowned upon as an ethnonym for a people who prefer terms like Inuit and Yupik, right?

    “Her thinking that this was her idea, rather than what she was programmed to feel.”

    Alert! Alert! Discrimination against women. Sexism and gender hatred.

    Just kidding! Mostly. What’s not a joke: how absurd it is for you to believe you exist in a privileged position in which your beliefs are yours through agency, where hers are hers through manipulation (thus denying her agency).

    “A lover for a female must necessarily be male”

    Alert! Alert! Gender and sexual orientation bias.

    “But since when did women become so fixated on sexism that their expectation of a leader was that it would always be a man?”

    This one is all yours. At no point does the author say she expects her leader would always be a man. YOU try to put those words into her mouth; you conjure this entirely on your own. Project much?

    “I’ve had the luck to pick up some NLP knowledge and what PUAs use to manipulate, on a 1v1 connection, the emotions of men and women.”

    Word of advice: using terms like “PUA” demonstrate pure and total douchebaggery.

  2. anna Says:

    lol that is a great picture of a bridge.

  3. ymarsakar Says:

    “Do you really believe this or are you being facetious? You are familiar with the concept of metaphor, right? You are aware that it’s possible, just possible, that this is a metaphor for Palin coming from an extreme northern backwater?”

    Perhaps. If people wish to utilize principles of racism as only applying to select populations under their control, while disregarding other people, then they cannot rightfully call their beliefs “principles”.

    It is they who claim their motivations are not personal, but rather broadly of social justice. If they act as hypocrites, that will demonstrate itself to us all.

    “Word of advice: using terms like “PUA” demonstrate pure and total douchebaggery.”

    You’re becoming in danger of being sent off to re-education camp for cultural sensitivity training. The ideology of the Left does not like resistors.


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