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  • WA DC The Elephant’s Graveyard

    Behind My Back | The Elephant’s Graveyard

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/08/12/5406

    The Elephant’s Graveyard THE REPUBLICANS ELEPHANT SYMBOL originated during the 1860 campaign I AM DISGUSTED WITH THE REPUBLICANS OLD GOP RIGGED ESTABLISHMENT’S ..

    The Elephant’s Graveyard

    The Elephant’s Graveyard

    THE REPUBLICANS  ELEPHANT SYMBOL originated during the 1860 campaign

    I AM DISGUSTED WITH THE REPUBLICANS OLD GOP RIGGED ESTABLISHMENT’S ELECTION PROCESS
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    I watched the 2016 Presidential primary election unfold, 17 candidates down to the election of Trump as the GOP Presidential candidate, on July 19, 2016, BY THE POPULIST VOTE….  IN SPITE OF THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT’S RIGGED ELECTION PROCESS

    AS A TRUMP SUPPORTER, I AM DISGUSTED,

    I asked Google a sarcastic question.

    WHERE DO OLD ELEPHANTS GO TO DIE?

    THE ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD

    IT IS THOUGHT TO BE THE RETREAT OF OLD AND DYING ELEPHANTS, OLDER ELEPHANTS INSTINCTIVELY DIRECT THEMSELVES WHEN THEY REACH A CERTAIN AGESO THAT THEY DIE AWAY FROM THE HERD,

    NOT HINDERING THE PROGRESS OF THOSE THAT REMAIN “IN FRONT”.

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    I watched as promises were broken by the GOP Republican establishment POLITICIANS as they failed to endorse the elected people’s choice candidate. Including a friend that persisted with negative email comments.

    I sent him the above, and suggested that he go to the  Elephants Graveyard and stop hindering the progress of those that remain behind, with his negative email comments.

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    AND, I WATCHED  AND I LISTENED TO THE LATEST GOP ESTABLISHMENT’S FIFTY PROMINENT REPUBLICAN FOREIGN POLICY AND NATIONAL SECURITY EXPERTS PUBLIC MEDIA OPPOSITION TO TRUMP…INCLUDING KASICH .

    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH I HAVE POSTED THIS MESSAGE TO “ALL OF THOSE TRUMP NAY SAYERS” ON MY WEBSITE

    YOU HAVE  REACHED A CERTAIN AGE, PLEASE INSTINCTIVELY DIRECT YOURSELVES TO GO TO THE ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD, DIE AWAY FROM THE GOP HERD AND STOP HINDERING THE PROGRESS OF THE GOP REPUBLICAN THAT REMAINS IN FRONT.(by populace vote)

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    Elephant Graveyard – Elephants Forever

    TRUMP SUPPORTERS HAVE “HAD IT”  WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT’S  DIE HARD GOP’S PUBLIC MEDIA FRENZY, SELF INFLICTED  SUICIDAL MISSION, TO THEMSELVES AS GOP POLITICIANS AND TO THE  LOSS OF THE  GOP REPUBLICAN PARTY IN THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

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    POLITICALLY CORRECT OR NOT

    WINNERS ARE NOT LOSERS

    PATTON SAID, LEAD ME, FOLLOW OR GET THE HELL OUT OF MY WAY!

    His vigor was always infectious, his wit barbed, his conversation a mixture of obscenity and good humor. He was at once stimulating and overbearing. George was a magnificent soldier.

    He was tough. War is tough. Leaders have to be tough.

    If you’re a leader, you don’t push wet spaghetti, you pull it.

    General George S. Patton – Speech to 3rd Army June 5, 1944

    www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1162650/posts

    Free Republic

    Jun 29, 2004 – After one of my lectures on the subject of General Patton, I spoke with a retired … An army without profanity couldn’t fight it’s way out of a piss-soaked paper bag. … She said that she had no use for it and that I could have it. ….. GMT-0700 (PDT) by JohnD9207 (Leadfollow…or get the HELL out of the way!).

    TRUMP IS A WINNER THAT  WILL MAKE AMERICA SAFE AGAIN.

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    You know me…

    research, document, document, document… HISTORY is good.

    AN IMAGE OF AN ELEPHANT WAS FEATURED AS A REPUBLICAN SYMBOL IN AT LEAST ONE POLITICAL CARTOON AND A NEWSPAPER ILLUSTRATION DURING THE CIVIL WAR

    WHEN “SEEING THE ELEPHANT” WAS AN EXPRESSION USED BY SOLDIERS TO MEAN EXPERIENCING COMBAT.

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    Many VETERANS of George W. Bush’s administration, Fifty (50) GOP prominent Republican foreign policy and national security experts, oppose Donald Trump.

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    POLITICAL CARTOONS? MANY A REAL TRUTH IS SPOKEN IN JEST.

    Old silly me, I thought the republican symbol of the elephant was  created by the genius of the GOP.

    THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WAS FORMED IN 1854

    TWENTY YEARS LATER 1874  THE ELEPHANT WAS STILL A GOP POLITICAL CARTOON

    IN AN 1874 HARPER’S WEEKLY CARTOON. an elephant labeled “THE REPUBLICAN VOTE,” which was shown standing at the edge of a pit, Thomas Nast who’s considered the father of the modern political cartoon employed the elephant to represent Republicans in additional cartoons during the 1870s, and by 1880 other cartoonists were using the creature to symbolize the party. 

    An 1879 cartoon (pictured) showed a politician grabbing a donkey LABELED “DEMOCRATIC PARTY” by the tail to keep it from falling into a pit of “financial chaos.”

    And in fact THE UNCLE SAM AMERICAN’S KNOW, STARTED AS A POLITICAL CARTOON BY Thomas Nast

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    Jul 27, 2016 – The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties … Donald Trump became the Republican presidential nominee on July 19, 2016. … the GOP’s ELEPHANT SYMBOL originated during the 1860 campaign

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    Election 101:How did the Republican and Democratic parties get their …

    www.history.com/…/how-did-the-republican-and-democratic-parties-get-their-…

    History

    Jul 7, 2015 –   THE REPUBLICAN PARTY’S ELEPHANT and THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY’S DONKEY have been on the political scene since the 19th century. The origins of the DEMOCRATIC DONKEY can be traced to the 1828 presidential campaign of Andrew Jackson. DURING THAT RACE, OPPONENTS OF JACKSON CALLED HIM A JACKASS.

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    WHICH LED ME TO

    Of Donkeys and Elephants – Classroom Law Project

    WHAT ARE OUR AMERICAN KIDS BEING TAUGHT IN PUBLIC SCHOOL?

    THIS IS A MAJOR CONCERN TO ALL PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS.

    with a header SELECTING THE NEXT PRESIDENT?

    NOT ELECTING THE NEXT PRESIDENT

    Why Nast chose the donkey and the elephant is a pretty complicated story.

    Although Nast’s original interpretation used the donkey to stand in for a Democrat-leaning newspaper scaring away Republican voters,

    his cartoon showing a duplicitous donkey attacking a weak-minded elephant,

    became a handy symbol for other cartoonists wanting to represent Democrats attacking Republicans.

    Popular recognition of the image overrode the party’s own wishes

    Over time, Republicans came to view the elephant emblem as a sign of strength and intelligence, while their opponents portrayed it as a timid and clumsy behemoth. Democrats seized the “jackass” label, and transformed it into a clever and courageous donkey.

    AS IS STILL TRUE TODAY, IT’S ALL IN THE SPIN!

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    50 GOP national security experts oppose Trump – CNNPolitics.com

    www.cnn.com/…/republicannationalsecurity-letter-donald-trump-election-2016…

    CNN 3 days ago – 50 GOP national security experts oppose Donald Trump 02:40. … Washington (CNN)FIFTY PROMINENT REPUBLICAN FOREIGN POLICY AND NATIONAL SECURITY EXPERTSMANY VETERANS OF GEORGE W. BUSH’S ADMINISTRATION have signed a letter denouncing Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy and …

    Elephant Graveyard – Elephants Forever

    www.elephantsforever.co.za/elephant-graveyard.html

    Elephant Graveyard. The existence of a mass graveyard to which elephants go to die remains a myth. IT IS THOUGHT TO BE THE RETREAT OF OLD AND DYING ELEPHANTS,SO THAT THEY DIE AWAY FROM THE HERD, NOT HINDERING THE PROGRESS OF THOSE THAT REMAIN BEHIND.

    An elephants’ graveyard is a place where, according to legend, OLDER ELEPHANTS INSTINCTIVELY DIRECT THEMSELVES WHEN THEY REACH A CERTAIN AGE. THEY THEN DIE THERE ALONE, FAR FROM THE GROUP.

    AWAY FROM THE HERD, NOT HINDERING THE PROGRESS OF THOSE THAT REMAIN BEHIND.

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    Is  Google answer, a coincidence of political symbolic importance, a myth  a legend or an oxymoron? All of the above?

    Whatever  Elephant Graveyard – Elephants Forever is, for the purpose of this comment, I’m going with a type of  analogy, A simile – A comparison between two things that are not alike and replaces the word with another word AND uses the word “like” or “as.”

    LIKE AN ELEPHANT,  AS AN REPUBLICAN

    AS A REPUBLICAN, LIKE AN ELEPHANT

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    Hmmm…. perhaps I should add?

    Metaphor, figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable.

    And,  mixed metaphor,a combination of two or more incompatible metaphors, which produces a ridiculous effect

    With documented  facts about the Republican (GOP) thrown in

    What ever this comment is….

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     AUG 27, 2017  The bottom line is STILL ….

    A MESSAGE  TO “ALL GOP TRUMP NAY SAYERS”

    YOU HAVE  REACHED A CERTAIN AGE, PLEASE INSTINCTIVELY DIRECT YOURSELVES TO GO TO THE ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD, DIE AWAY FROM THE GOP HERD AND STOP HINDERING THE PROGRESS OF THOSE REPUBLICANS THAT REMAIN IN FRONT. (by populace vote)


  • Trump’s Domino Effect in WA DC

    Trump’s Domino Effect in WA DC

    How President Trumps  Domino Effect worked on JOBS

    That crucial start rested on one finger.

     275,000  EPA domino’s toppled in a spiral visual (video below)

    Enjoy Your Life

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    Domino day is an annual team event where groups from around the world come together to achieve the simple goal of knocking over the most Dominos,

    in ways that are entertaining and incredibly well choreographed.

    As, was President Trump’s incredibly well choreographed executive order on the EPA

    Watch  these spectacular visuals…..  including rockets, helicopters and air planes..

    Spectacular Domino Rally Stunt Screen Link – YouTube

    ▶ 6:05

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BVr6LaC_HQ

    Jun 6, 2014 – Uploaded by FlippyCat

    Subscribe http://flippycat.com/subscribe See more at http://youtube.com/flippycat I set out … EXTRAS: https

    In 1988 Donald  J. Trump started lining up his presidential domino’s

     Oprah Winfrey Interviews Donald Trump in 1988 – YouTube

    ▶ 3:11

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZpMJeynBeg

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     President Trump’s Global Domino Effect

    Domino Effect: 270,000 dominoes fall as world record is broken …

    ▶ 2:11

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDjcJlDg_ig

    Jul 18, 2013 – Uploaded by ODN

    More than 270000 dominoes have fallen in a feat set up in a week by a …

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    President Trump’s Globe Domino Effect on Terrorism

    Behind My Back | President Trump’s Amazing Grace

    www.behindmyback.org/2017/05/21/president-trumps-amazing-grace/

    May 21, 2017 – President Trump’s Amazing Grace TODAY, MAY 21, 2017 PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SPOKE TO THE LEADERS OF 50 MUSLIM COUNTRIES AT …

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    President Trump’s Globe Domino Effect on NATO

    Trump Shames NATO Leaders on Defense Spending as Unity Tested

    www.newsmax.com/Politics/trump-nato-terror/2017/05/25/id/792326/

    May 25, 2017 – U.S. President Donald Trump hectored NATO leaders to pay their fair share … Yet of the 28 member nations, 23 “are still not paying what they …

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    275000 Dominoes – Enjoy Your Life (Guinness World … – YouTube

    ▶ 10:01

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QtdPfz_faM

    Jul 16, 2013 – Uploaded by Sinners Domino Entertainment

    http://www.sinnersdominoentertainment.com Edited by … i just watched dominoes falling over for 10 straight …

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    The WA DC Democrat’s and fake news media et al  have colluded on A LEAKING hugely complicated, connected, delusional  Russian Connection

    COMEY’S  A LEAKER AND THE DOMINO EFFECT ON UNMASKING  IN WA DC

     OOPS…One wrong move and they all fall down……

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    Dominoes Competitions: Knocking Over A Line of World Records …

    weburbanist.com/…/dominoes-competitions-knocking-over-a-line-of-world-records/

    Mar 8, 2011 – Dominoes were designed as a game to be played on a flat surface, but most children simply line them up and knock them down.a hugely complicated dominoes setup: One wrong move and they all fall down…

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    The crucial start for making America Great Again rested on one finger

    A hugely complicated dominoes setup

    President Trump’s Domino Effect

    Simply line up them  and knock them down.


  • Making Stone Soup

    Making Stone Soup? You’ve never heard of it?

    OK… Let’s start here with the historical record of STONE SOUP, it  is a 1548 folk tale some paint as a lesson in “COOPERATION” found in many parts of the world. others just leave stone soup as a pure and simple confidence trick.

    The is an analogy. that  examines the 1548 “COOPERATION” of the people, by the people, and for the people vs. the pitfalls of the FEDERAL 2015 COORDINATION PROCESS, OF  POLITICALLY appointed  government  agencies, federal, state, tribal, and  local and their employees.

    Reasoning by “ANALOGY”  plays a role in strategic decision making that is LARGE  but largely overlooked.

    It  should inspire People to stop and think about the Politics in the  Federal “COORDINATION” process in America today.

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    Making Stone Soup 1548 (a folk tale)

    Soup of the people, for the people , by the people

    Based on COOPERATION by people in a time of need.

    Once upon a time, somewhere in post-war Eastern Europe, there was a great famine in which village people jealously hoarded whatever food they had

    It was a long time ago, after  a war between two kingdoms.  When the war was over, the surviving soldiers were all sent home.

    The soldiers had been given meagre  rations, and many ran out of food on their way home and had to resort to hunting in the woods or begging, and many died of hunger before making it home.

    Now it came to pass, that a group of three hungry soldiers were heading home to the same town, and they had run out of food, when they came upon a village.

    They knocked at every door in the village, but at every one they were told that there was no food. Indeed it was  a time of  great famine and the village people jealously hoarded whatever food they had

    With no other option, they went to the inn.

    “Innkeeper,” said the first soldier, “we have no food and have been walking for days.”

    “If you have money,” said the innkeeper, “then I have plenty of food for you.”

    “Good sir,” said the second soldier, “our army was defeated, and our wages taken as spoils of war, so we have no money.”

    “In that case,” replied the innkeeper, “I can be of no help to you.”

    “But perhaps you still can,” said the third soldier, “If you cannot offer us food, perhaps you would be so kind as to let us use one of your cauldrons today.”

    The innkeeper was perplexed.  If they had no food, why would they want a cauldron?  But he had a cauldron that he would not need that day, so he saw no reason to object.   “Alright,” he said, and led them to the store where his spare cauldron was.

    The three soldiers carried the cauldron out into the village square and began building a fire underneath it.  The innkeeper, still perplexed, looked on as the soldiers drew water from the well to fill the cauldron.  “What are you doing?” he asked.

    “Ah,” said the first soldier, “we are making stone soup.”

    “Stone soup!” cried the innkeeper, “why I have never heard such nonsense.  You cannot make soup from a stone!”

    The soldier smiled, but said nothing. He took a small bag from his backpack, and opened it.  Inside were several stones.  He took each one in turn, examined it closely, and sniffed it.  Eventually he chose three and dropped them in the pot.  “Ah,” he said, “these will make a good soup.”

    The innkeeper was stunned, and went back to his inn.

    Shortly afterwards, another villager appeared. “What are you doing?” he asked.

    “Ah,” said the second soldier, “we are making stone soup.”

    “Stone soup!” cried the villager, “why I have never heard such nonsense.  You cannot make soup from a stone!”

    “Ah no,” said the soldier, “that is where you are wrong.” He took a spoonful of the soup and tasted it.  “Yes, it’s coming along quite nicely now.”

    The villager was intrigued, and wanted to try the soup, but he didn’t say anything.

    “But there’s something missing,” the soldier continued, “maybe a little salt and pepper.”

    The villager jumped in at this point.  “I have some salt and pepper at home.  I’ll give you some in exchange for a bowl of your soup.”

    The soldiers looked at each other for a while, then eventually agreed.  The villager ran off to fetch the salt and pepper, and the soldiers added it to the pot.

    Another villager arrived. “What are they doing?” he asked the first villager.

    “Ah,” said the other, “they are making stone soup.”

    “Stone soup!  Why I have never heard such nonsense.  You cannot make soup from a stone!”

    “Ah, well,” said the first, “I’ll tell you when I’ve tried it.  I swapped a little bit of salt and pepper for a whole bowl!”

    One of the soldiers took a spoonful of the soup and tasted it.  “It’s coming along quite nicely now.  But there’s something missing,” the soldier said, “maybe a bit of carrot.”

    The second villager jumped in at this point.  “I have some carrots at home.  I’ll give you some in exchange for a bowl of your soup.”

    The soldiers looked at each other for a while, then eventually agreed.  The villager ran off to fetch the carrots, and the soldiers added them to the pot.

    One by one more villagers arrived, and one by one they swapped something in exchange for a bowl of the miraculous stone soup: potatoes, barley, cabbage, celery, turnips, beans….  As the ingredients were added, the smell of the soup got better and better, until all the villagers wanted to try it, and swapped something for a bowl.  But eventually the cauldron was full, but only half of the villagers had given anything.

    “Ah,” said the first soldier, “it is ready.  But you know what?  I always like a bit of cheese in my stone soup.”

    “You’re right,” said the second soldier, “it is ready.  But you know what?  I always like a bit of salami in my stone soup.”

    “You’re both right,” said the third soldier, “it is ready.  But you know what?  I always like a bit of bread to soak up every last little bit of my stone soup.”

    Hearing this, the remaining villagers ran home, each returning with a lump of cheese, a salami or a loaf of bread to exchange for his own bowl of this incredible stone soup.

    In the end, everyone in the village — including the soldiers — got a bowl of stone soup, with a lump of cheese and a slice of salami in it, and with a hunk of bread to soak up every last bit, and no-one was hungry.

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    THE SHORT FORM OF 1548  PEOPLES COOPERATION

    Making Stone Soup of the people, for the people , by the people…

    A community effort of PEOPLE, coming together, in a time of great hardship and need.

    1. People bring wood and start a Bonfire in the town square

    2. A huge caldron is provided by the local  innkeeper

    3. A bucket brigade fills it with water from a stream

    4. The soldier throws in the soup starter, a stone

    5. People bring contributions in exchange for a bowl of soup.

    6. A little bit of salt and pepper. some carrots, a chicken, potatoes, onion, rice, barley, cabbage, celery, turnips, beans,  peas, several large bunches of BROCCLI,  seven crawdad’s are added, 2 pork sausages, a hand full of peanuts,  bits of cheese, a few pieces of beef, slices of salami and  loaves of bread.

    The last to arrive was a fisherman,  he said, “I had nothing to give in exchange for bowls of soup for my hungry family, so I went fishing, and by the grace of God, I caught this fish, please put it into the pot”

    7. In the end, everyone, all of the people in the village — including the soldiers, the mayor and the city council,  — got a bowl of stone soup, with a lump of cheese and a slice of salami in it, and with a hunk of bread to soak up every last bit, and no-one was hungry.

    Hmmm.. Stone Soup of the people, for the people , by the people…

     IN SEVEN EASY STEPS

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    Reasoning by “ANALOGY”  plays a role in strategic decision making that is LARGE  but largely overlooked.

    THIS ANALOGY should inspire OUR ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES TO  stop and think about the RESULTS OF THEIR Government coordination process in AMERICA  today.

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    THE LONG FORM OF 2015 GOVERNMENT COORDINATION  POLICY

    Making Stone soup

    Based on the know pitfalls of the POLITICO  government to government coordination plan

    Indeed, Too many government cooks can spoil the broth  in 2015, especially when about  half of them are vegetarians’  and the broth is made from beef, pork  or chicken.

    Under The bipartisan Healthy Sustainable Food Act

    In 2015  THE MAKING OF THE STONE SOUP must be coordinated by  an appointed  Soup committee of government  agencies, federal, state, tribal, and  local and their employees. As it requires  federally mandated access to healthy local foods, the appointed politico Soup Coordination Committee must  approve the Soup Making events and the  ingredients, as required by the best  available science on Healthy food.

    “What are they doing?” asks the first out of town, appointed Soup Commissioner Clueless.

    “Ah,” said a person from the Local Soup Kitchen, “We  are making stone soup for hungry people.”

    Commissioner Clueless  responds with “Stone soup!  Why I have never heard such nonsense.  You cannot make soup from a stone!”

    The mayor exclaims, ” Close it down, it is illegal, the local people  did not get a permit for this event.”

    The director of the Local Soup Kitchen immediately applies for a emergency permit for the event. He is advised that it will take 90-120 days.  The EPA requires an environmental impact statement and the local health dept needs time to review the Soup Kitchen’s health violations prior to issuing a permit.

    Making Stone Soup in 2015

    THE  COMPROMISE  of  GOVERNMENT COORDINATION

    1. People bring wood and start a Bonfire in the town square

    Problem?

    a. Where did you get that wood? It’s illegal to cut firewood in designated wild forests.

    b. Put out that bonfire,  the President signed an executive order on carbon emission, I’m calling Ecology and the EPA, I’m going to report you, there is air quality burn ban in effect,  There is a smog alert in effect, you are contaminating the atmosphere ,We don’t even allow cigarette smoking here,  you’ll start a wildfire, I am allergic to smoke.

    COORDINATION COMPROMISE

    The wood cutter is arrested, the bonfire  is put out. Does anyone have a propane stove?

    2. A huge caldron is provided by the local  innkeeper and placed over the propane stove

    3. The town is in a drought emergency and there is no public water supply. A bucket brigade fills the caldron with water from a nearby stream

    Problem?

    a. You can’t take water from that stream, that water is for the fish, put it back, I calling WDFW enforcement and the tribes and they will arrest  you.

    b. Is that pure filtered water? Does it have chlorine or fluoride in it?

    COORDINATION COMPROMISE

    All of the water is carried back and poured in the stream, pure filtered water must be used or no water at all. The national guard is called and a helicopter arrives with bottled, pure filtered water.

    The huge caldron provided by the local  innkeeper is filled with pure filtered water and placed over the propane stove.

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    4. The soldier gets out his soup starter stones to throw in the  caldron.

    Problem?

    I’m from the State Health Dept., don’t you dare put those filthy rocks in the soup, that’s disgusting,   who knows where those stones have been, they could cause a pandemic. Show me your food handlers permit.

    COORDINATION COMPROMISE

    No stones are permitted  in the stone soup.

    Hmmm.. so much for the STONE soup.

    We’ll just call it “soup de jour”

    So far, hours have passed and the hungry people have made it to this point … a cauldron full of water over a propane stove, food handlers permit of all participants have been verified and the local soup kitchen has been reluctantly allowed to continue  because they have a pending emergency permit .

    Yep, that’s how it works for PEOPLE  in 2015 , using the government COORDINATION process.

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    5. The local People bring contributions in exchange for a bowl of soup.

    THIS IS WHERE THE SOUP HITS THE PROVERBIAL FAN

     The best  available science for the Healthy Soup Making ingredients.  

    Problems? Problems? Problems?

    From the “SOUP TO NUTS” is an American English idiom conveying the meaning of “FROM BEGINNING TO END”.

    The partisan political agenda that over rules the people’s solution

    Problems? Problems? Problems?

    6. A little bit of salt and pepper, some carrots, a chicken, potatoes, a few pieces of beef, onion, rice, barley, cabbage, celery, turnips, beans, okra, peas, tomatoes, several large bunches of BROCCOLI,  seven crawdad’s are added, two pork sausages, a hand full of peanuts,  bits of cheese, , slices of salami and  loaves of bread.

    The last to arrive was a local fisherman,  he said, “I had nothing to give in exchange for bowls of soup for my starving family, so I went fishing, and by the grace of God, I caught this fish, please put it into the pot”

    Problems? Problems? Problems?

    a. SALT  is a problem? You can’t put salt in the soup it is unhealthy for people. It causes high blood pressure. many people are on a low salt, no salt diet

    b. CHICKEN is a problem?  I am a strict vegetarian, a vegan I do not eat chicken. Was that chicken grown without hormones? Is it a free range chicken? Was it grown under PETA humane conditions?

    c. POTATOES, RICE AND BREAD  are a problem?  White food makes people obese  Are you trying to kill everyone? Obesity has led to over 120,000 preventable deaths … Obesity is an epidemic in America. Bread contains gluten. I must have gluten free food only, I won’t eat anything that is not on my gluten free food list.

    d. BEEF is a problem?  Beef is loaded with cholesterol, High cholesterol affects 42 million Americans, and 63 million more have borderline high cholesterol High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. I’m a strict vegan, I don’t eat meat.  Was that cow  grown without hormones? Cows are the  major cause of air pollution, their poop is contaminating the entire earth. Was it grown without hormones, without antibiotics and under PETA humane conditions?

    e. VEGETABLES are a problem? carrots onion, barley, cabbage, celery, turnips, beans, okra, peas and several large bunches of BROCCOLI.

    Don’t try to pull a fast one on us. This committee watched the GMO movie 85% of the food we eat daily contains…    GMO’s  are present in 85% of processed foods in America. I will not eat genetically modified anything. Are those vegetables ORGANICALLY grown?  Show me the ORGANIC labeling. BROCCOLI, Are you an idiot, everybody hates broccoli, it is the most despised vegetable know to man.

     f. CRAWDADS and PEANUTS are a problem?… For God sake are you trying to kill somebody? This is a public health issues We must prohibit fish and seafood, as they  can cause severe allergic reactions, some people are allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish.

    g. PORK SAUSAGE and SALAMI? are a problem Forget it, pork is pigs meat, it is prohibited among those of the Islamic and the Jewish faith. Muslims are forbidden by God to eat the meat of the pig (pork).,  You don’t feed sausage  and salami, a blend of ground pork, garlic, sea salt, containing, High, fat, cholesterol and salt, to those who cannot eat pork.

    h. CHEESE  is a problem? Forget it, High fat, cholesterol, salt, Cheese made from Cows milk, cows are the  major cause of air pollution, their poop is contaminating the entire earth. And, many people are vegetarians, vegans, and lactose intolerant.

     i. ONE SINGLE FISH  is a big problem? This fish is an endangered salmon. It’s fins have not been cut, this is illegal, arrest that man on the prima facie evidence of possession and confiscate that fish.

     It’s actually a big deal,  for people, as the Federally Appointed Public Soup Committee, we must prohibit putting  illegal endangered salmon in the Public  soup…  for the protection of the public health.

    COORDINATION COMPROMISE

    a. No SALT in the soup

    b. No CHICKEN in the soup

    c. No POTATOES in the soup

    d. No BEEF in the soup

    e. No VEGETABLES

    f. No CRAWDADS and PEANUTS

    g. No PORK SAUSAGE and SALAMI

    h. No CHEESE

    i.  No FISH with or without  fins

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    7. In the end, THIS ANALOGY IS A  BIG DEAL FOR THE PEOPLE, using the FEDERAL 2015 COORDINATION PROCESS, by  appointed  government  agencies, federal, state, tribal, and  local and their employees.

    The Hungry people, everyone single of them, were provided with a bowl of Healthy, Federally approved GOVERNMENT PUBLIC HOT WATER SOUP.

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    Reasoning by ANALOGY plays a role in strategic decision making that is LARGE but largely overlooked.

    In this analogy,  Politico Government cooks with good intentions sacrificed (threw out the baby with the bathwater) in an attempt to make their Soup healthier for the public.

    Throw out the baby with the bathwater is an idiomatic expression and a concept used to suggest an avoidable error in which something good is eliminated when trying to get rid of something bad, or in other words, rejecting the essential along with the inessential.

    If you understand this analogy no explanation is necessary

    If you don’t understand this analogy no explanation is possible.