Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Enough Pelosi? Try Trotta. A Tale of Two Italian Women


A timely post about www.BadEagle.com about Nancy Pelosi. This follows this post about the group MALDEF in Los Angeles.. In the meantime, you can get more involved if you like here and read an interesting book HERE.   Enough Pelosi? Try Trotta. A Tale of Two Italian Women

by David Yeagley   Had enough of Nancy Pelosi? Try Liz Trotta. Both are older Italian women, both from the eastern seaboard, and in my humble opinion, both are nice-looking, still. Nancy is 73, and Trotta is 76. Nancy is from Baltimore, Trotta is from New Haven (Connecticut). One a bewildering liberal, the other a down to earth conservative. So, I for one am definitely in this game!

Anyone with rationality understands Nancy Pelosi to be slightly ‘touched.’ When a national leader of her status says Congress “has to pass the [health reform/Obamacare] bill so you can find out what’s in it, away from the fog of controversy,” we know we’re dealing with a deluded mind when it comes to politics. This was the lowest point of congressional leadership in modern times.

Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Patricia D’Alesandro) is so superficial, so untenable, and so wistful in her words, that one is tempted to write it all of as some weird, sublimated sexual energy. Remember her remarks about the Occupy Wall Street group? “God bless them, for their spontaneity. It’s independent … it’s young, it’s spontaneous, and it’s focused. And it’s going to be effective.” This was an effulgence of emotional fantasy. Her voice overflowed with fantasy.

Such feelings, so detached from reality, yet so immediately sincere, simply indicate an established fantasy life in which non-reality seems fully real, and is fully invested in. This is called delusion. But this pertains to her political and business life. The personal, family life is an entirely different matter.

Nancy Pelosi, 73, as advertised on the www.Plasticsurgerystar.com website

Nor shall we comment on any suspected artificial beauty aids employed by Mrs. Pelosi, such as Botox, liposuction, breast enhancement, or any other such visuals. We can just say she looks good for her age.

But so does Liz Trotta.

And Trotta doesn’t live in a fantasy world. Liz Trotta, daughter of Italian immigrants, certainly earned her way to success. Trotta is the epitome of rationale, with one exceptionally tasteful flavor of common sense. It is captivating to listen to her, not for some sublimated implication of fantasy, but for the healthy cleansing of nonsense.

Liz Trotta, 76, with that tell-tale somber look, which makes her sarcastic commentary the more entertaining. The fact that she’s right just makes it all delicious..

Trotta is a commentator for Fox News at the present, though she earned international acclaim long before. She’s worked for the Washington Times, NBC, CBS, She has won three Emmy awards and two Overseas Press Club awards. She graduated from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Boston University.

The woman is an intellect, not a politician. She doesn’t need to persuade by deception or delusion. She is a conservative, not a liberal. When liberals get older, they rely more and more on fantasy. When normal people get older, they get more conservative. It is the difference of using the mind and conscience, not the emotion and ego.

Okay, Liz Trotta is from New Haven. I’m biased a bit in her favor. I lived in New Haven from the mid-’70′s until 1991. I know legions of Italians there. I wasn’t so politically minded back then, but, I was conservative by nature. I just wish I had known of Trotta earlier.

Years ago, there was an interview, either in Time Magazine or National Geographic, of some Italians in Italy. It was a variety of subjects and interviews. There was featured a mature, Italian quarry worker, a marble quarry worker. I’ll never forget it. He said, “Marble is like an Italian woman. Cold, hard, but sensitive, and beautiful.”

I suppose Nancy Pelosi publicly exploits the “sensitive” side, while Liz Trotta the cold, hard side. The fact is, both women have an abundance of both sides, so, the one they show means the other they don’t. Which would you rather have, personally? If you value the truth, you’ll chose Liz Trotta, immediately. The truth, to an self-indulgent, will always see cold and hard. But, you can know there is a wonderful, sensitive side awaiting in the wings. After you’ve mistakenly, tragically chosen the publicly sensitive (the liberal), you’ll discover too late that all that awaits you is the cold and the hard.

Alto belle!

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