Voice of the White House
November 25, 2017
Washington, D.C.: Coming upon us we have the unedifying spectacle of newly-rich American businessmen pushing themselves forward as candidates for the Oval Office. They have made so much money and are so used to getting their asses kissed by their employees that they actually believe they are important people. Jeff Besos now owns the tottering Washington Post and wants all the few subscribers left on their rolls to know his very important views. Mark Zuckerberg owns Facebook and feels that with as many subscribers as his firm has, he can easily sway a nomination, or an election, in his favor. Pride indeed goeth before the fall and a haughty spirit before destruction. An ancient George Soros thinks that he can have is own way by spending big money. When the Roman Empire ended up on the auction block and rich businessmen bought the title of Caesar, the days of that Empire were indeed numbered.