“The basis of tragedy is man’s helplessness against disease, war and death; the basis of comedy is man’s helplessness against vanity (the vanity of love, greed, lust, power). — Dawn Powell
The following film content contains language that once was considered foul and offensive. But since the Mooch has entered the political arena it has become common place. The actions of the main character in the video (Joe Pesci) might well be adopted by a man who publicly described himself as a “front stabber”. Just so ya know.- gc
R O U G H A N D T U M L B E G O V E R N A N C E
Hey…now do you finally capiche?
Running a country at one time involved political savvy, finesse, a modicum of experience and a number of acquired social and intellectual attributes and attitudes that many Harvard Law School graduates garner over time.
But the new unorthodox style of “The Don” combined with the swagger and the unmitigated gall of his recently hired two-bit gangster and Pulp Fiction goon enforcer ” The Mooch “has gained national acceptance in the White House.
There is an aura of personal empowerment encouraging many once loyal staff members to become common stool pigeons and rat on the less than honorable shenanigans taking place in the new Washington D.C. based Trump Tower.
Like many “dons” before him this sensitive president has hired the likes of an Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci to help plug the leaks plaguing his Oval Office.
The Mooch’s language is colorful and not quite what polite Washington social circles are used to but his thunder and his manly approach to”clearing the decks”of all potential leaking has become the rule of the day.
But his Capone like approach to ruling the roost is a bit far-fetched when the state of Alaska is threatened by mealy-mouthed minions enforcing the fiat of a “front stabber “which the Mooch claimed himself to be.
This unbridled lust and corruption of power is another example of how much of a lame duck president Trump really has become.
Looking to a mob like enforcer to do your dirty work is the sign of weakness. — gc