Mr.Ryan Point 1: BTW, Obama campaign spells it romnesia, but it's still pure hokey that's increasingly becoming a target for derision and a flashpoint of Obama's desperation. On Morning Joe Show 10/24, three reputable journalists, a BBC anchorwoman, Mika and Scarborough sat with hanging heads after showing the same "romnesia" video clip for a second time, just to confirm their first opinions about the depths of ignominy to which Obama has fallen since 2008's lofty proclamations about what he'd do for America. Each one passed judgment, the milder of which was "depressing." Even if he wins, they said, he's powerless and subject to residual rancor because of his unconcealed hatred of Romney and arrogance of having to even stand for re-election. This is a show on the very liberal MSNBC, keep in mind. Point 2: Noem is of no concern to me. What I did notice were several tacky words and phrases that paint you as clueless about gender/sexist bias, which might become a dilemna for you some day. I'll brush that issue aside, so as to get to Point 3 sooner. Point 3. Beginning with the first sentence, you betrayed an astounding level of insecurity and uncertainty about your capabilities to convince readers that Tim Giago is not as smart or discerning as you, and you never became a smidgen more confident. You'd be better served to step back until you can write from a less colonistic perspective. Democratic and Indians are patently oxymoronic. Also, you could possibly discover a higher plane of political sophistication. Maybe you're swimming in that old familiar big-fish-ina-little-pond trap. Best regards, otherwise.
Friday, October 26, 2012 - 00:37