Here's a story that interests me. IMPEACHMENT.
Meanwhile major newspapers and magazines, including Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, have spent thousands of dollars finding ways and writers to match a story with the models, writing remarkable irresponsible pieces about President Donald Trump.
The recent Vanity Fair has a story where the writer tries to build a case that will prove that Mr. Trump is really the mocker of Playboy's Hugh Hefner.
These attacks are examples of irresponsibility because they ignore the rule of Cause v Effect.
Probably to the World, but surely to the United States' enemies, these pieces are a major signal (cause) that the country is weak and not a cohesive team.
- I often read about the casts of some former sitcoms having real personal issues with each other, but that was carefully never conveyed to the public
- Sports team members have personal disagreements among themselves, and they would rather be playing with someone else, but when the game is on, they are working together.
- Employees in a company department sometimes don't get along, but to be successful and not be terminated, they understand the unwritten rule that they can't let their personal opinions taint the team.
Do you wonder if the leader of North Korea is betting that the US is so disjointed from the constant criticisms of President Trump, that they assess us as weak -- a country that may not be able to adequately defend itself?
His bet could easily be correct.
I have distanced myself from the publications that irresponsibly write about and criticize President Trump and the specific members of his administration.
Next, I will make certain that I don't shop their advertisers.
They share that irresponsibility.
Bill Cherry, Realtor