Thursday, November 29, 2012

"Drag a couple Iranian rials through a Chicago slum district, you never know what 'senior advisor to the President' you'll find."

     Someone once said, “When you begin a journey of revenge, start by digging two graves: one for your enemy, and one for yourself.” 
                             Valerie Jarrett
     So when Senior White House Adviser Valerie Jarrett is said to have told Obama reelection campaign volunteers,  “After we win this election, it’s our turn.  Payback time,” surely someone should have handed this pretentious bore an entrenching tool designed especially for someone possessing her unique background and character.

     We seem to find ourselves in a perpetual state of confusion, trying to account for mismanagement of our Federal Government, considering the vast reservoir of potential professionals at our disposal to keep this country operating like a finely  tuned Swiss watch.  Unfortunately, we have what might best be described as 'a need to drag along tattered baggage,' when top government officials are elected to this land's highest positions.

     Such a case might be made for Senior White House Adviser Valerie Jarrett, who her critics admiringly described as a quintessential "money-grabbing slumlord!"      "Valerie Jarrett reportedly was the chief executive of Habitat Co., which managed Grove Parc Plaza beginning in 2001...and co-managed an even larger subsidized complex in Chicago that was seized by the federal government in 2006, after city inspectors found widespread problems.  In the words of this video's producer, "Slum lords have gone to jail for forcing their tenants to live in squalor.  Apparently, in this country, instead of jail, you're appointed chief adviser to the President of the United States."*

                      Barack Obama with Valerie Jarrett

*Produced by Obama Files:

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