The killing of Osama bin Laden set off a chain reaction, culminating in the retro sport of the 1960s, when contesting hippies was a socially acceptable recreation.
According to numerous studies, it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert at something. Whether sport, art, science, vocation, lying, or incompetence, it can be accomplished in as little as 10,000 hours of practice. Therein lies Barack Obama and his administration’s problem with attempting to coherently and truthfully relay to the world what happened during the Osama bin Laden assassination in Pakistan. Obama’s antagonist and his toughest challenge since, well, quite frankly, since his dialogue and actions have been publicly recorded, has been the truth. The facts of what actually happened during that fateful 40-minute raid have changed every time an Obama administration agent has been introduced to a microphone. The ambiguous, vague, duplicitous, and paranoid substitutes for the truth from Obama have reached mythical status.
Donald Trump, after feeling slighted and dismissed by CNN host and serial prostituter Eliot Spitzer and a panel of business experts, who were debating his wealth, or lack thereof, telephoned the show—collect—to correct the panel regarding their not understanding his astronomic wealth and the proper method of calculating it. After encountering numerous roadblocks, such as his past audits, records, and depositions, it was apparent Trump was struggling to make his case, or explain why he would be the most magnificent and majestic president of the United States; he explained how his wealth would make him nonpareil among the contenders. Trump was hoping for a more political parlay with democrat Spitzer.