Tuesday, July 31, 2012


"Medical distress"    "died suddenly"  NO comment or posting or acknowledgement of this man's death
on Chick fil A's Facebook page that day, but other postings by their Facebook administrator were made.
NOTHING, not a statement of anykind about losing this man so suddenly, that day.   No confirmation of
cause of death has been addressed.   It doesn't take half a brain to figure out what this administration has done
to many others who said or did things they didn't like.   or who got in their way.  

METRO ATLANTA / STATE NEWS 3:32 p.m. Monday, July 30, 2012

Don Perry, 60: Chick-fil-A public relations VP

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Those who knew Don Perry could quickly identify the three things he held closest to his heart.
"Most of all he was a committed Christian man, secondly he loved his family and third would have to be Chick-fil-A," said Jason Perry, the second of his three sons, who lives in Lithonia. "He loved the food, the people, the brand, all the way to Mr. Cathy himself."
Mr. Perry spent the better part of 30 years in public relations for the Atlanta-based fast food chain, which suited him just fine, friends and family said.
S. Truett Cathy, founder and chairman of Chick-fil-A, called Mr. Perry, "a vital part of Chick-fil-A and our growth for 29 years."
"He always had a smile and a cheerful spirit," he continued in a prepared statement. " I will dearly miss him."
Donald Augustus Perry, called Don by most, of Lithonia, died suddenly Friday morning after experiencing medical distress at home. He was 60. A funeral is planned for 11 a.m. Wednesday at Hillcrest Church of Christ, Decatur. Burial will follow at Hillandale Memorial Gardens, Lithonia. Gregory B. Levett & Sons Funeral Homes & Crematory, South DeKalb Chapel, is in charge.
At the time of his death, Mr. Perry was the vice president of corporate public relations for Chick-fil-A. Born in Clyattville, in Lowndes County, Mr. Perry graduated from University of Georgia's Henry W. Grady College of Journalism. He wanted to be a journalist, but took a job in public relations with General Electric after he graduated in the early '70s, his son said.
In 1972 Mr. Perry married the former Marilyn Baker, and the couple would have celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in September, their son said. As their family grew to include their three sons, Mr. Perry decided he wanted to get back to Georgia. His job at GE had taken them to Louisville, Ky., Fairfax, Va., back to Louisville and could have sent the family packing again, Jason Perry said.
"He interviewed with Coke and Chick-fil-A," his son said. "And he chose Chick-fil-A."
Many who came into contact with Mr. Perry over the years recall his generous nature and warm smile.
Glen Jackson, co-founder of Jackson Spalding, a local PR firm, said Mr. Perry's "love for others was so genuine. He was highly respected in our profession and will be deeply missed in our field."
Susan Rosenberg, public relations director at UPS said, "Beyond Don's skills as a PR strategist and consensus builder, I just want to flag his friendliness and general good cheer to focus a meeting's attention with a gentle manner and humor."
Jason Perry said his dad was perfect for the career he chose, adding, "My dad enjoyed people, he enjoyed making people smile, and he enjoyed presenting Chick-fil-A as a brand."
The younger Mr. Perry said he often saw his father handing out cards for complimentary sandwiches.
"Whenever anybody did anything for him, he'd give them a card, invite them to Chick-fil-A and create a good customer experience for them," Jason Perry said. "I never saw him without those cards, and I knew where his stash was here in the house, so he always had some on hand."
In addition to his wife and middle son, Mr. Perry is also survived by sons Brandon Perry of Lithonia and Donald "Kris" Perry of Atlanta; and one grandson.

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Obama defends his negative campaigning | WashingtonExaminer.com

Obama defends his negative campaigning | WashingtonExaminer.com

Saw his "going full guns" statement and thought, "what an out of touch phony" How dare he?  Using that phrase days after a nation's tragic event, a major massacre by a gun gathering obsessed psychopath!?? This goon has no sense of common decency to omit references to firearms, especially when we know fully well he wanted an anti-gun campaign developed, ordered it to be established, then gave it the big GO AHEAD, with full knowledge and intent of subsequent deaths that would be a direct result of The gunrunner program, re-named "Fast and Furious"..    

The economy, as well, has been murdered by This FRAUD, and when he makes statements like this, as proven by past behaviors, it is  and should be treated as the MAJOR THREAT it is. He is Hell Bent on taking this Country Down.  Agenda: Downsize America, Americans and put it in its place as it deserves in the mind of THE pseudo-American who was and still is purely motivated by his passionate hatred for the U.S.A.   It's amazing how much energy can be generated by burning passions, especially Barack Hussein Obama's to gain power, usurp it, and use it for misgivings and destruction.   He is a true dictator in personality and intent.  The results are exactly as planned, it's just that he's been holding back, creating a smoke and mirrored illusion that the words of those who see right through the bastard are racist right wing nuts. 

Time to wake up and smell the dictator, along with the smoke coming from his Constitutional  burning policies ...  Even if he is NOT re-elected, the fear of his wrath in the months he'll have before he's totally out is enough to motivate us all to help save ourselves from his "increased flexibility" to destroy us by using your vote to vote AGAINST him, regardless of party preference.  Vote for Mitt, or watch us fall into Obama's shovel ready  abysmal pit.  He is building it, and has been, since day one. Are you all going to allow yourselves to be used for this End Game?  Or are you going to look at the big picture, quit denying it, and get your Dignity back by refusing to aid and abet his evil plan to bring us all to an undignified, helpless population of subverted, dehumanized victims with no defenses, just (proverbial or literal) barbed wire fences.  He has already stolen so much that we've worked so hard for, and he's just getting started.   For your own sake, just for yours only, vote The Tyrant OUT.  


Obama defends his negative campaigning

July 30, 2012 
President Obama invoked the founding generation of American politicians to defend his negative campaigning before predicting that he will get the economy “going full guns.”
“And this phase of the campaign I think you’re seeing a lot of negative ads and a lot of contrast ads — although when people start saying how terrible it is,” Obama said during a fundraiser at the NoMad Hotel in New York City, “I just have to remind them [to] take a look at what Jefferson and Adams had to say about each other, and democracy has always been pretty rough and pretty messy.” (“Contrast ad” is the Obama campaign’s preferred term for their hits on Romney).
Obama remembers the roots of negative campaigning correctly. The 1800 presidential campaign saw Jefferson’s team said John Adams had a “hideous hermaphroditical character,” while the Adams faction called “a mean-spirited, low-lived fellow, the son of a half-breed Indian squaw, sired by a Virginia mulatto father.” And Americans who do claim to dislike negative ads should recognize that campaigns only run them because voters find them persuasive.
Nevertheless, this historical perspective from Obama is a far cry from his promise not to run negative campaign ads in 2008. “Do we want to have the same old attack politics that we’ve become accustomed to?” Obama asked in 2008, as Buzzfeed recalled today. “This is a different time. This is an extraordinary time. So we’re not going to run around doing negative ads. We’re going to keep it positive.”
The president said today that his positive campaigning in the fall would explain how he’ll get the economy “going full guns” in his second term.
“There is going to be  . . . the need for voters in these swing states to know not just what they’re voting against but also what they’re voting for,” he said. “And so we’ll be spending a lot of time talking about the specific agenda that I intend to pursue in the second term — which I think will make sure that this economy is going full guns.”
Obama seemed confident that the negative ads have worked, though. “So [the] upshot is if the election were held today, I think it would be close  but I think we’d win,” he said.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Attitudes of the self Righteous Sociopath

This article and list was something I printed out in around 2005.  It helped me see what I was dealing with in a relationship.  It escalated to downright horror, as after several years of dealing with this nightmare and trying to end it over and over again, only to see (what I now know was all feigned emotions of love, crocodile tears and temporary "honeymoon" behaviors when I gave in and took him back)   Some of it I don't understand, but most I do.  Taking him back by his super powers to convince you of his sincerity, his misunderstanding of his own behavior, willingness to do whatever it took to make it work with us, as he knew we were perfect together and he made so many  mistakes he wanted to fix and make sure would never happen again.  

The more I let him back in, the more intense his emotions of love and desire to work it out ( ha, it was NEVER the truth, quite the opposite) but so, too, were the intensities of his outrageous behaviors and treatment towards me.  There are serious parallels to what's going on with this guy, the so called "President" who has been reported candidly, by those who know him well, and some by their desire to remain anonymous, to have almost all the traits here in this list of warning signs intended for women to protect themselves from abusive, possibly deadly relationships with sociopathic, even psychopathic men. 

GET OUT it says.  You can only write off the losses he incurred and move away, get out of it, and know that only future escalated wrongdoings will be committed by him against you.    This advice couldn't be further from the best and only choice one has to protect themselves.  The best would have been to see the red flags in the first place and to have gone with instincts instead of ignoring them.  You're less likely to suffer from further pain and regret for making that difficult decision, but you will, for sure, regret ignoring your gut feelings, staying in denial, and experiencing what might be your ability to survive the wrath of the sociopath.  

I was almost killed in an unprecedented snap, an uncontrolled fit of violent rage he finally let loose on me when I didn't ever think that could or would be a possibility.  ANYTHING is with these guys.  He methodically, like a programmed robot came after me, grabbed me and lifted me from behind, and threw me down on the bed, on top of me, twisting my arms behind my back while straddling me and restraining my arms with the strong grip of his inner thighs, while forcing a pillow over my head cutting off my oxygen supply.  

It was clearly the most horrifying experience ever, and he has no idea how close he was to killing me, and for a while I convinced myself he was trying to scare me, not actually end my life, but I realized that was a form of denial.   He was way too close to accomplishing that goal before I was able to fight with all I had.. At first  I was afraid to fight him too hard to create more rage and aggressiveness, but then Laci Peterson came to mind, like an angel above, it was as if she said the last thing you'll expect is that you're being viciously attacked, and that you will be killed by the man who said it was you and only you he'd ever love.   RIP Laci ~ your spirit saved my life. 

I hope this country comes out of denial as I did, realizes we're being attacked by the man who is supposed to love the United States with all his heart, and NOT divide the people, create hardships, mental anguish, and hopelessness of where this country is going..This doesn't cover it all, and this is just his START.  Voting for this man will be the most regrettable action any American can make, our lives are at stake.  

"He is what he is, and you can't fix or change him.  Count your losses and move on before you lose
EVERYTHING and EVERYONE important in your life"  

  • Self-centered. His needs are paramount
  • .No remorse for mistakes, misdeeds, or causing serious harm
  • Unreliable - Undependable

  • Does not care about the consequences of his actions

  • Projects his faults and negative thoughts onto others.
  • High Blaming behavior - It is never his fault.
  • Little, if any, Conscience
  • Insensitive to needs and feelings of others.
  • Has a good front (personae) to impress, gain trust and exploit others
  • Low stress tolerance Easy to anger and go off in a rage.
  • People are objects to fulfill his needs desires goals,  subjects of his manipulation.
  • Rationalizes easy.  Twists conversation to his gain at other's expense.  If trapped, keeps talking, changes the subject, or gets angry.
  • Pathological Lying.  Lies easily with no apparent discomfort.  Well rehearsed, can believe his own lies by saying them over and over.
  • Tremendous need to control situations, conversations, and others.
  • No real values.  Shifts with each situation.
  • Often perceived as caring and understanding and a good man.  Those are feigned as a front for manipulation
  • Angry, unpredictable brooding moods.
  • Uses sex to control.
  • Does not share ideas, feelings, emotions - but dictates them.
  • Conversation controller. Must have the first and last word.
  • Is very slow to forgive others. Hangs on to resentment.  Easily offended.
  • Hides things: money, friends, activities. Sometimes has a secret life.
  • Likes annoying others. Enjoys creating chaos, disrupt, and divide for no reason.
  • Moody, switches from nice guy to anger without much provocation.
  • Repeatedly fails to honor financial obligations
  • Seldom expresses appreciation.
  • Grandiose.  Convinced he knows more than others.  He is always correct.
  • Lacks the ability to see how he comes across to others.
  • Defensive and rigorously denies and blames others when confronted with his behavior.

For You, and Your DenialFor You, and Your Denial (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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