How to Navigate Around an Issue

 

What do politicians and folks sailing around the world have in common? They both know how to navigate around potential trouble spots, look for an alternate route and of course ensure that their sails are filled with the hot air that many of them are desperately seeking when cornered by direct questions. A definite think piece. Enjoy. — gc

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Occasionally, I’m stuck for words, the thinking head won’t connect and the brain won’t slip into gear.  Today it seems is one such day.

Not so with politicians. Let’s observe how they avoid the issue and skillfully navigate around the question.

Another possible point of issue is the word navigate, which is of course a synonym of Sail!

So, Just for fun I’m sharing a Mark Humphries video,  and if you’ve already had the pleasure, then please accept my apologies. It is however,  worth a second viewing!

Enjoy!

Written in response to the Word-prompt Sail

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Quote of the week: "If you think of yourselves as helpless and ineffectual, it is certain that you will create a despotic government to be your master. The wise despot, therefore, maintains among his subjects a popular sense that they are helpless and ineffectual.-- Frank Herbert quotes .

2 Comments on How to Navigate Around an Issue

  1. Thank you for re-blogging love, always appreciated x

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