Saturday, February 07, 2009

Costa Mesa Graffiti And Our Trainee President

Here's some reading for you on a stormy weekend in Southern California:


I borrowed this image from our anonymous friend over at the CMTRUTH blog, who has posted several excellent entries over the past couple weeks which illustrate the graffiti problem in Costa Mesa. Of course, the author has also included some interesting comments about one insidious rabble rouser here in town, too. I suggest that you take a few moments
to jump over to that blog and scroll down through the entries.


Second, there is an outstanding entry on the Newport Beach Voices blog by author David Bahnsen addressing the first couple weeks of the Obama presidency. You can read it HERE. Bahnsen provides us with yet another interesting perspective on how this regime is beginning to play out.


I, for one, am extremely apprehensive about the way Barack Obama is beginning his presidency. As I've said before, this is no job for a trainee and that's exactly what he is. I've spent a lifetime assessing and selecting strong leaders, so I know just a little bit about the subject. Obama has no proven leadership experience and his first couple weeks in office demonstrate that deficiency. He's made abysmal choices for some key administration positions which demonstrates to the American people and foreign leaders that he is simply not ready for this job.

This blog is not aimed at national issues, but that's my view on this one.

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Blogger CMTRUTH said...

While it is a problem, there really has not been an increase of vandalism in the city.

Peoples misinterpretation of what they see on the walls is also a problem. As we have stated several times the approach to dealing with taggers as opposed to gangs is on opposite sides of the spectrum.

thanks Mr. West

2/09/2009 02:36:00 AM  

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