At the esteemed Potomac School Of Leadership, the founding principle hammered into rookie politicians, world leaders and tyrants, which has included the likes of Ghandi, FDR, Mao, Churchill, Mandela, Castro, and Jimmy Carter, is how to deescalate an epic civic crises.
While the faculty of the institution has historically been handpicked from the who’s who of global college professors one elbow patch on the blazer away from sparking a cultural revolution, the underlying lesson is simple, always maintain an intense, yet carefree composure. Proud graduate and political incumbent Nancy Pelosi, continues to defy logic with a sterling display of cognitive abilities that rival the psychological flaws and complexities of Hannibal Lecter. Pelosi is literally rewriting the manual in providing effective and steadfast leadership, with her bizarre, arrogant, and self-aggrandizing behavior in the wake of the current federal government service outage. She has indirectly authored the next catchphrase which pertains to expected behavior of elected officials during arduous times, “rather than doing one’s job as a public servant to millions of constituents, when the going gets tough, appear as a judge on a celebrity television show. Extreme face palm.
That’s right, California’s answer to political insanity has checked all the appropriate boxes and is set to assist the glamorous RuPaul in judging drag queens on Hall’s reality TV show, debuting January 25. The Hill confirms that the czar of the People’s Republic of California, will be officially be sworn in as a guest judge of the Bird Cage worthy talents featured on the third season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars.” Allegedly, Pelosi feels the need to reaffirm her support for the LGBT community in the calendar year after the California penal system awarded a convicted felon murderer with a tax payer funded sex change and transfer to a women’s correctional facility (politicians should apologize to authors as this is getting better than fiction). It must suck as a hard working California resident to fall within the comfortable confines of normalcy, while politicians completely turn their collective heads to the majority and cater to special interest groups.
The lingering image of the 2018 government shutdown, shamelessly burned into the visual cortex, is not the queen of West coast politics standing as a patriot next to the flag in her duty to citizens, but fraternizing under the bright carnival lights of Hollywood with rare and vibrant birds of multi-colored feathers. Couple this with her trivial comment about economic dog shit, and when I get younger, I want to become a politician.
Read The Hill story here.