Issue 294 – Media Day in Heaven

Issue 294    —    The Paregien Journal    —    January 12, 2015

Media Day in Heaven

by Stan Paregien Sr.

Poem 410   Media Day in Heaven - by Stan Paregien Sr -- copyrighted 2015--01--12  -- Page 01

Poem 410   Media Day in Heaven - by Stan Paregien Sr -- copyrighted 2015--01--12  -- Page 02

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Islam - cartoon about bloody reputation -- 2014

Journalism - freedom of speech - Islamic radicals -- Newspaper Assn of America editorial - 2015--01--09

Liberals -- 01 sniveling brats

Politics - poverty - the rich piss on us and the media tells us it is raining

Washington Redskins drop word Washington

I have lived long enough to have found something embarrassing about almost every President of the U.S. since John F. Kennedy. After all, we know the person we elect to that high office is human and will make mistakes. We expect it and are rarely shocked.

Today, though, I am profoundly embarrassed by the apparent lack of leadership and courage by President Obama. His cowardice during the current onslaught of violence by Muslin/Islamic radicals in a dozen countries leaves our nation looking weak and indecisive. I once had high hopes for this president to bring our nation together, racially and economically, but he has not done so. And his avoidance of the recent unity parade in Paris–attended by some 40 heads of state–was the last straw for me.

I really do hope and pray he will somehow wake up and make courageous decisions, but I am already turning my attention to the election in 2016. Mr. Obama, it is way past time for a change.  

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