uma consciência radical entre o todo onírico criativo relativo à (des)Construção Intuitiva Artística.
domingo, 21 de março de 2010
After all,I want a noble prize either, I have a golden crown, I have a fucking big messy army and I want to conquer the world,sure I'm on top of Cleopatra as well, and I want to dismisse the Senate, but at least my public Image improving day after day, I even created de Auto Proclaimed Celebraition Celebreties Propaganda Way, I say,
Oh Amazing Bucephalus!Thou my shadow is the one I'm truely afraid!I expect your resignation letter by the end of the month.....honour and blood!
your roman emperor
As you all know,fellow comrades,this 'entirre' week (says Pierre,the one who truly loved the madmoiselle) is dedicated to America's Propaganda Machine,so here is some useless(full) information,and quote them,i say:
(LPAC) -- Although several Presidents have had "czars" - a special advisor to the President on a particular issue - President Obama, in a mere 8 months, has far exceeded the use of czars by any previous Administration, having appointed at least 32, the latest being Lazard's Ron Bloom as "manufacturing" czar. 25 new czar positions were created by Obama.
A "czar" is not subject to the Appointments Clause of the federal Constitution, under which officers of the United States are subject to Senate confirmation ("advice and consent"), and which applies to all Cabinet secretaries and many subordinate positions. The Constitution allows "inferior officers" to be appointed by the President or Department heads - but a czar who is more powerful that a Cabinet secretary, or who has more access to the President than a Cabinet secretary, hardly qualifies as an "inferior" officer.
As Fox News has pointed out, one of the early czars was President Nixon's National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, who often bypassed both the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State.
Czars also enable a President to evade Congressional oversight, since a President can assert "executive privilege" in the face of a request, or even a subpoena, for testimony from his advisors.
As such, the use of czars is a threat to the system of checks & balances enshrined in the federal Constitution, and is thus a step toward the tyranny which our Founding Fathers sought to prevent. And it is also a direct repudiation of Obama's own campaign promises for a more transparent and accountable government.
PRESIDENTIAL "CZARS" [* = position newly created by Obama]