Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Puppeteer and the Sheepdog

The Puppeteer and the Sheepdog There are all kinds of leadership styles. I strongly believe that we all must be ourselves in whatever we do. The last thing you want to do as an effective supervisor is to project yourself … Continue reading

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The Optimist and the Pessimist

The Optimist and the Pessimist A father had 2 sons, one was an optimist and one was a pessimist. Each was an extreme. The pessimist was such a pessimist that life was difficult for him. The optimist saw the bright … Continue reading

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The Presidential 2 Step

The Presidential 2 Step The other day the president was asked by a US Citizen, named Doris, whether it was a “wise decision to add more taxes to us with the health care” package. “We are over-taxed as it is,” … Continue reading

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Begrudge Success?

Begrudge Success? The president made this statement recently. “Now, what we’re doing, I want to be clear, we’re not trying to push financial reform because we begrudge success that’s fairly earned. I mean, I do think at a certain point … Continue reading

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Senator of Easy Virtue

Senator of Easy Virtue There have been suspicions and some rumors that a senator who is currently serving in the senate instead of a state facility had a different occupation prior to the election. The senator was known to frequent … Continue reading

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Term Limits

Term Limits Our elected and appointed empty suits spend way too much time in office. Part of it’s their fault, but most of it’s our fault. We let the lying bastards talk us into reelecting them, even though we know … Continue reading

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What’s a deficit?

What’s a deficit? What’s a deficit? How do they happen? Who causes them? How do you avoid them? How to you dig yourself out from a deficit? These are questions most Americans don’t know the answer to. From what is … Continue reading

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