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    •   1   THE WHEEL SPEAKS ON 2013 – SCANDAL-VISION LIVE AND DIRECT
    •   2   My wife is well aware and although I canʼt lie I think Olivia Pope is a hottie I watch and enjoy Scandal for a different reason than most may view and have become diehard fans. I hear the complaints that especially many men of African American descent might have in common sentiments like “oh theyʼre making the sister into the slut” or “why the sister got to be the home wrecker” I know all valid points and very common of what weʼve been fed whenever unfortunately an African American actress has been catapulted into the mainstream as a star on this level ala Halle Berry (sex scene in her Academy award winning best actress performance) or the stereotypical black women playing a maid that weʼre all tired of even if it is a spectacular performance to their credit as well. But truthfully I look at it as genius because writer creator Shonda Rhimes has very cunningly done something that she should be commended for and probably wonʼt be given the proper credit for in this society. And quite honestly I hope sheʼs peruse by in this instance because sadly when people really begin to dissect whatʼs being provided here they might loose interest. By the masses many folks who in the past many not have even though twice about the political process in this country are being introduce to it. And itʼs being fed of course on a supposed hypothetical level but believe me it should not be difficult to correlate the two, whatʼs real and what is perceive to be fictional or is it? Letʼs face some facts as a collective people campaigns arenʼt won theyʼre orchestrated just as the United States has the power and influence to dictate whatʼs done in other countries (influencing elections) why would it not happen right here? Being I guess on the other side of the spectrum in regards to Scandal I am actually one who watches more so for the character that Joe Morton plays (Olivia's father). And I truly wonder if the public at large truly correlates how many fictionally based shows aren't as made up as you think. I've been saying for years that President Obama's supposed victory was truly a distraction a distraction created because of a scent that was left and a trail that had become very to easy to follow. But theyʼre a grey area that Miss Rhimes wonʼt touch because remember sheʼs establish herself as a television writer and itʼs a livelihood we seen some very credible talented African American writers-producers-directors be ostracize or exile from as well but sheʼs led so many unsuspecting African American women especially into the dirty world of politics. The trail we had become disturbingly close to discovering was that of money and that being privatized money. The privatized dollar is generated and fueled on money and one of the main characters to pay attention to especially in the last twenty five years is former Director of CIA - Vice President - and 41st President of the United States and father of the 43rd President George W. Bush & the character is George Herbert Walker Bush.
    •   3   Privatize dollars are funneled and have been for decades through people associated with Bush ties. Bush is currently employed by The Carlyle Group is you've never heard about them you might want to google them and read about the interesting meetings George Herbert Walker Bush had leading up to the exact day & time two planes hit the WTC in 2001 (and what interestingly happen minutes after expedited because of the Bush strong hold on this country because of his son). The grand father Prescott Bush http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prescott_Bush was a Wall Street EXECUTIVE BANKER & eventually became a Senator. But Prescott Bush Bush was one of seven directors (including W. Averell Harriman) of the Union Banking Corporation, an investment bank that operated as a clearing house for many assets and enterprises held by German steel magnate Fritz Thyssen. Not trying to get to deep but you know sometimes to watch a show like Scandal is a very subtle way of re-programming people who have been watching basically bull-shit for decades. That Olivia Pope stuff is something that 's being used as a tool on this brilliant young writers behalf and showing exactly how she's being exploited is genius because on various levels it happens every where especially when you have certain people doing it BIG who have not a clue there just being used for a bigger picture. I frequently say all the time “distraction is our greatest enemy” especially those of African American descent I watch Scandal but for a totally different reason...but that was a hot white jacket Kerri Washington rocked season opening episode though LOL. Social media has enabled this type behavior about anything and people argue almost every thing that can be considered what today? Theyʼll argue anything of relevance because thereʼs automatically a stage in particularly these days because it seems majority folks do have something to say. Myself included I am not exempt but I am thankful for at least one thing in regards to Scandal whether people want to admit it or not itʼs expose many to what for years was always assume to exist. And thatʼs an world where itʼs not base on what you or I think what so ever and it does exist and anyone especially in some cities that Iʼve even lived in who are not aware that elections are rigged might want to start doing some research themselves. Presidents are not elected theyʼre projected and not by the American public and every once in a while the motives change and the course of direction does as well. Distractions are created with intent gratuities are given to reward folks gifts are provided, and in 2009 this country was given the most patronizing gift ever. And besides George Herbert Walker Bush never ever standing up endorsing his own son during his campaign leading up to the Presidential election. Did it ever seem strange to anyone that a President who left this country in such a deficit George W. Bush is held in higher regard by a government whoʼs ulterior motive is only to deface the current holder of the position.
    •   4   Contributing  writer  of  Forbes  James  K.  Glassman  wrote  this  in  a  article  I’d  like  to   share.  We  can  average  the  deficit-­‐to-­‐GDP  ratio  during  a  presidential  term  and  get  a   good  take  on  whether  “deficits  were  enormous”  in  historic  terms  or  not.  The  only   tricky  part  is  whether  to  give  a  president  credit  (or  blame)  for  his  incoming  and   outgoing  years.  For  example,  President  Reagan  took  office  on  Jan.  20,  1980,  but   fiscal  year  1980  started  four  months  earlier.  Similarly,  he  left  office  Jan.  20,  1989,   but  fiscal  1989  still  had  four  months  to  run.   I  decided  to  use  three  sets  of  calculations  for  each  president:  first,  the  deficit-­‐to-­‐GDP   ratio  from  the  fiscal  year  he  took  office  to  the  fiscal  year  he  left  minus  one  (thus,  for   Reagan:  1981-­‐88);  second,  from  his  first  fiscal  year  plus  one  to  the  fiscal  year  he  left   (thus,  1982-­‐89);  and  third,  an  average  of  the  first  two   Here  are  the  ratios  of  deficit  to  GDP  for  the  past  five  presidents:     Ronald  Reagan  1981-­‐88  4.2  %  1982-­‐89  4.2  Average  4.2     George  H.  W.  Bush  1989-­‐92  4.0  1990-­‐93  4.3  Average  4.2     Bill  Clinton  1993-­‐2000  0.8  1994-­‐2001  0.1  Average  0.5     George  W.  Bush  2001-­‐08  2.0  2002-­‐09  3.4  Average  2.7     Barack  Obama  2009-­‐12*  9.1  2010-­‐12  8.7  Average  8.9  *fiscal  2012  ends  Sept.  30,   2012,  so  this  figure  is  estimated     Source:  Economic  Report  of  the  President,  February  2012   The  results  for  President  Bush  are  skewed  by  the  10.1  percent  deficit/GDP  ratio  in   fiscal  2009.  A  large  chunk  of  spending  in  that  year  went  to  the  Troubled  Asset  Relief   Program,  or  TARP.  In  fiscal  2009,  TARP  contributed  $151  billion  to  the  budget   deficit,  but  in  2010  and  2011,  $147  billion  of  that  amount  was  recouped  and  thus   reduced  the  size  of  the  deficit  during  President  Obama’s  watch.     Research  -­‐  research  -­‐  research  follow  the  trail  of  the  61st  Speaker  of  the  U.S.  House   of  Representatives  John  Boehner  (see  below)     Financial  crisis   On  September  18,  2008,  Congressman  Boehner  attended  a  closed  meeting  with   congressional  leaders,  then-­‐Treasury  Secretary  Henry  Paulson  and  Federal  Reserve   Chairman  Ben  Bernanke,  and  was  urged  to  craft  legislation  to  help  financially   troubled  banks.  That  same  day  (trade  effective  the  next  day),  Congressman  Boehner   cashed  out  of  an  equity  mutual  fund.   On  October  3,  2008  Boehner  voted  in  favor  of  the  Troubled  Asset  Relief  Program   (TARP),  believing  that  the  enumerated  powers  grant  Congress  the  authority  to   "purchase  assets  and  equity  from  financial  institutions  in  order  to  strengthen  its   financial  sector."  
    •   5   Boehner  has  been  highly  critical  of  several  initiatives  by  the  Democratic  Congress   and  President  Barack  Obama,  including  the  "cap  and  trade"  plan  that  Boehner  says   would  hurt  job  growth  in  his  congressional  district  and  elsewhere.  He  opposed  the   Patient  Protection  and  Affordable  Care  Act  and  said  that,  if  Republicans  took  control   of  the  House  of  Representatives  in  the  2010  elections,  they  would  do  whatever  it   takes  to  stop  the  act.  One  option  would  be  to  defund  the  administrative  aspect  of  the   Act,  not  paying  "one  dime"  to  pay  the  salaries  of  the  workers  who  would  administer   the  plan.  He  also  led  an  opposition  to  the  2009  stimulus  and  to  Obama's  first  budget   proposal,  promoting  instead  an  alternative  economic  recovery  plan  and  a   Republican  budget  (authored  by  Ranking  Rep.  Paul  Ryan,  R-­‐WI).  He  has  advocated   for  an  across-­‐the-­‐board  spending  freeze,  including  entitlement  programs.  Boehner   favors  making  changes  in  Social  Security,  such  as  by  raising  the  retirement  age  to  70   for  people  who  have  at  least  20  years  until  retirement,  as  well  as  tying  cost-­‐of-­‐living   increases  to  the  consumer  price  index  rather  than  wage  inflation,  and  limiting   payments  to  those  who  need  them.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Boehner     (Being  distracted  is  our  worst  enemy  follow  the  money  closely  ~  THE  WHEEL)     (note;  read  this  carefully)     Troubled  Asset  Relief  Program  (TARP)   The  Troubled  Asset  Relief  Program  (TARP)  is  a  program  of  the  United  States   government  to  purchase  assets  and  equity  from  financial  institutions  to  strengthen   its  financial  sector  that  was  signed  into  law  by  U.S.  President  George  W.  Bush  on   October  3,  2008.  It  was  a  component  of  the  government's  measures  in  2008  to   address  the  subprime  mortgage  crisis.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troubled_Asset_Relief_Program     (If  you  follow  every  trail  in  the  wilderness  you’ll  eventually  find  a  BUSH  ~  THE   WHEEL)     The  TARP  program  originally  authorized  expenditures  of  $700  billion.  The  Dodd– Frank  Wall  Street  Reform  and  Consumer  Protection  Act  reduced  the  amount   authorized  to  $475  billion.  By  October  11,  2012,  the  Congressional  Budget  Office   (CBO)  stated  that  total  disbursements  would  be  $431  billion  and  estimated  the  total   cost,  including  grants  for  mortgage  programs  that  have  not  yet  been  made,  would  be   $24  billion.  This  is  significantly  less  than  the  taxpayers'  cost  of  the  savings  and  loan   crisis  of  the  late  1980s  but  does  not  include  the  cost  of  other  "bailout"  programs   (such  as  the  Federal  Reserve's  Maiden  Lane  Transactions  and  the  Federal  takeover   of  Fannie  Mae  and  Freddie  Mac).  The  cost  of  the  former  crisis  amounted  to  3.2   percent  of  GDP  during  the  Reagan/Bush  era,  while  the  GDP  percentage  of  the  latter   crisis'  cost  is  estimated  at  less  than  1  percent.  While  it  was  once  feared  the   government  would  be  holding  companies  like  GM,  AIG  and  Citigroup  for  several   years,  it  was  reported  in  April  2010  that  those  companies  are  preparing  to  buy  back   the  Treasury's  stake  and  emerge  from  TARP  within  a  year.  Of  the  $245  billion  
    •   6   handed  to  U.S.  and  foreign  banks,  over  $169  billion  has  been  paid  back,  including   $13.7  billion  in  dividends,  interest  and  other  income,  along  with  $4  billion  in   warrant  proceeds  as  of  April  2010.  AIG  is  considered  "on  track"  to  pay  back  $51   billion  from  divestitures  of  two  units  and  another  $32  billion  in  securities.  As  of   December  31,  2012,  the  Treasury  had  received  over  $405  billion  in  total  cash  back   on  TARP  investments,  equaling  nearly  a  non-­‐inflation-­‐adjusted  97  percent  of  the   $418  billion  disbursed  under  the  program.     On  October  3,  2008  Boehner  voted  in  favor  of  the  Troubled  Asset  Relief   Program  (TARP),  believing  that  the  enumerated  powers  grant  Congress  the   authority  to  "purchase  assets  and  equity  from  financial  institutions  in  order  to   strengthen  its  financial  sector."     SCANDAL-­‐VISION  LIVE  AND  DIRECT.       Respectfully,   THE  WHEEL  SPEAKS  ON  2013   (The  Way  Humanity/Hudson  Expects  Everyone  to  Live)