The conservative blogger in Georgia writes: "In truth what we see is the 'Keep The Enemy On Trial - So The Incumbent Economic Theories And Assumptions Are Not Appraised For Their Ability To Retain A Thriving City'. This reluctance to do this necessary introspection leads to the phenomenon that I document regularly - 'Nationalizing One's Claims Of A Social Justice Contract'."
He ain't done yet with his commentary: "In the 'Malcolm X Political Football Game' - the mayor of Newark who[se] hands were forced to cut several hundred city employees due to massive budget shortfalls - is able to not only withstand the normal 'anti-austerity cuts' protests that are present in Europe today, he is welcomed onto his party's platform as a popular candidate for promotion to a higher office. By contrast, a 'right-wing adversary' who proposed cuts to worker benefits and government labor union compensation negotiation power is subjected to a recall election because HE was seen as a threat to the union power."
Constructive Feedback continues about organic development: "The sin of 'OFFENDING the TEAM' per the actions of the enemy is considered a greater offense than those who 'Compelled The Team Members (and fans that cheer for them in the stands) to hand over their VALUABLES' in support of the STRUGGLE but have come up short in delivering upon what was promised. The combination of a mass convergence of all of the 'integrity checkers' (the Press) and the complicit willingness of the rank and file to put their demands which ask 'Where Is My Money?' onto forbearance BECAUSE the TEAM needs them to fall into the ranks - produces the phenomenon that I speak about more than any other subject on this blog: VOTING FOR YOUR COMMUNITY'S SALVATION - TO PAPER OVER THE INCOMPETENCE IN DEVELOPING 'THE LEAST OF THESE'"