There was a variation of "your own man says you're out" with Yovonavitch's testimony that The Pres could fire her at any time for any reason. Notice also that The Times ran an 8 column banner headline that she was devastated by the firing. Who wouldn't fire an ambassador that was actively working against you and said not to listen to boss now that there are about 3 banner headlines a year all of significance of outbreak of war or 9-11 or assassinations. But time banner was "she was devastated". I know I'm not hitting nail on head with "your own man". It's more like "I called the previous shot out" so don't accuse me of cheating. How would you describe the street game analogy of the crocodile tears for this corrupt ageist woman?

George Zachar writes: 

I'm reminded of the soccer players who are famous for pretending to be grievously injured by the slightest contact.






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3 Comments so far

  1. Forrest on November 17, 2019 7:38 pm

    Vic - Everything you see is through such a twisted lens. There are limits, even to at-will employment. Like illegal discrimination, perhaps even (gasp!) firing to facilitate an illegal purpose. But most people on this website are in love with themselves.

  2. Andre on November 19, 2019 8:17 pm

    Self love is the highest virtue

  3. Jay Pasch on November 20, 2019 2:59 am


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