Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Impeachment, Debt Ceiling Debate and The Apple Empire

Should President Obama take the risk of being impeached for the good of our country? Absolutely!  Mr. President, I have been your staunch supporter ever since the last election.  I voted for you during the election whole-heartedly.  When you made the controversial decision on the Afghanistan War, I supported you.  When you passed the much-debated Health Care Reform bill, I supported you.  I thought passing such a bill was quite triumphant considering how hard it was, even Bill and Hilary Clinton couldn't get one close to be passed.  I admired your compromising skills in order to get a bill passed.  I also knew you were smart and always had a good understanding of issues, so I trusted you to do the right thing for us and for our country.  During the Debt Ceiling debate, things really turned nasty.  It was a display of Theatrical Absurdity.  The whole world was watching us and laughing at us.  How can we promote our political system ever again?  At this moment, I really wish you, our President, would stand up to these incompetent Washington politicians and say, "Enough is enough!  I'm the boss.  I will use the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling unconditionally!"  Of course, your lawyers and advisors will tell you that you are running the risk of being impeached.  So, how can you sacrifice your presidency for the good of our country, for the good of the world economy and to save us from yet another deep recession?  Because we, the people, have suffered enough!

On a lighter note, Apple Computer is supposed to have more cash than the United States government! Are we, as the iPhone users, the MAC users and iPod users the citizens of the Apple Empire?  Absolutely.  In a recent episode of Motley Fool Money Podcast, someone said that after he lost his iPhone, he felt like he lost a family member and he would trade his citizenship for a new iPhone!  As an iPhone owner, I can understand.  I carry my iPhone everywhere and use it for everything.  It is like a dear pet of mine.  If not now, we will eventually become a member of the Apple Empire, whether we like it or not. 

Publication News from Fantasy Island Book Publishing:

The Fantasy Island Book Publishing will publish my book “Last Kiss In Tiananmen Square”.  I have handed in my whole manuscript and will start working on a cover.

The following books have been published by Fantasy Island Book Publishing and are available at

Terps by Elaine Gannon
HarBinGer by Anabell Martin
The Rose Tower by Connie J. Jasperson
Don't Feed the Fairies by Eileen Gormley
After Ilium by S. M. Swartz
Heather's Heart by  Douglas A. Sanburn
Whatever Became of the Squishies by Claire Chilton
Children Of The Elementi by Ceri Clark
Emeline and the Muntant by Rachel Tsoumbakos
Miranda Warning by Marilyn Rucker Norrod
Sofia’s Story, The Shattered Seeds by Clu Gallagher
Brother, Betrayed by Danielle Raver
Ednor Scardens by Kathleen Barker
Land Of Nod, The Artifact by Gary Hoover
Losing Beauty by Johanna Garth
The King Of Egypt by  J. J. Makins
The Last Good Knight by Connie J. Jasperson
The Night Watchman Express by Alison DeLuca
Black Numbers by Dean Frank Lappi
Beloved by Patty Sarro

1 comment:

Lisa Zhang Wharton said...

I have edited this post and lost all 7 comments :(.