The Democrats and Republicans Win AGAIN or The 1st Gentleman of the United States of America
by Louie b. Free | 349 entries
Today, I spoke with a dear friend who said, "When Hillary wins, Bill will be First Gentleman !"
Former president, William Jefferson Clinton, came to 'our community' recently - now, let's be honest, what's the first thing we think of when we hear Bill's name:
Bill Clinton: Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. You're looking at two people who love each other. This is not an arrangement or an understanding. This is a marriage. That's a very different thing.
Hillary Clinton: You know, I'm not sitting here – some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette. I'm sitting here because I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. And you know, if that's not enough for people, then heck, don't vote for him.
I remember the interview , and , my reaction - that's right, these people are attacking them...why??? Hillary said I love him, and I respect him, and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. YEAH! Well, that was then, but, hey, again, this isn't about Hillary.
My guess is that most people who've been victimised by a cheating spouse feels that the whole world knows . . . in this case, the WHOLE WORLD learned the truth. I'm not naive, of course people can get involved with someONE outside of their relationship, and, im some cases, fall in love with someone outside of their marriage, but, the Bill thing is different. His liaisons(see how nice I'm being) weren't about relationship...let's be honest, Bill was looking for pretty ladies to satisfy him, get him off...to get a laugh out of doing the 'disappearing cigar trick' and lighting 'her' up later...
but, yeah, come on, let's forget about all that, after all, it's about what is said, not what is done!
Soon, H.Clinton and D. Trump will debate,again.
So, here's a glimpse of America:
- 26th in preschool participation for 4-year-olds
- 24th in preschool participation for 3-year-olds
- 22nd in the typical age that children begin early childhood-education programs
- 15th in teacher-to-child ratio in early childhood-education programs
- 21st in total investment in early childhood education relative to country wealth
More than half a million 15-year-olds around the world took the Programme for International Student Assessment in 2012. The test, which is administered every three years and focuses largely on math, but includes minor sections in science and reading, is often used as a snapshot of the global state of education. The results, published today, show the U.S. trailing behind educational powerhouses like Korea and Finland.
According to Pearson, the United States has a “cognitive skills and educational attainment” score of 0.39, which makes the United States rank fourteenth out of forty countries ranked in that category. The top ten countries (and their scores) are:
More people have died in Chicago in 2016 so far than died in armed conflict in Somalia over the entire course of 2015, according to statistics from an Amnesty International annual report.
...The human rights watchdog reported that “over 500 people were killed or injured by armed conflict and generalized violence” in Somalia 2015 amid continued conflict between “Somali Federal Government (SFG) forces, African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) peacekeepers, and the armed group al-Shabaab in central and southern Somalia.”
....and, now, back to where the majority of the media, the new wizards of OZ - the don't look behind the curtain crowd - wants us,U.S. to focus on:
dirty Donald 'locker-room talk, Don braggadocio.