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Monday, 25 July 2016

Wassermann commits Hari Kari!

Dear Readers:

Debbie Wassermann Schultz, the chairwoman of the DNC is being forced to resign today and I'm hardly surprised that she fell on her sword.

What does surprise me is the furor caused by a dirty trick concerning the relatively minor issue of Bernie Sanders faith, or lack thereof, against the egregious sins of the people on the Republican side of the floor, ya have to sit back and wonder what all the fuss is about!

Hey boys and girls, guess who's NOT voting Democrat in the U.S. fall election? 
President Barack Obama's half-brother, Malik Obama, says he will vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump in the U.S. election in November because he likes the candidate and he is unhappy with his brother's leadership.

Malik, who is in his 50s, told Reuters by phone from Obama's ancestral home of Kogelo in western Kenya that he supports Trump's policies, especially his focus on security.

"He appeals to me and also I think that he is down to earth and he speaks from the heart and he is not trying to be politically correct. He's just straight-forward," he said.

Malik, a U.S. citizen, has lived in Washington since 1985 where he worked with various firms before becoming an independent financial consultant.

Trump's stance against Muslims coming in to the United States was understandable even to Muslims like himself, Malik said.

"I'm a Muslim, of course, but you can't have people going around just shooting people and killing people just in the name of Islam," he said.

He criticized President Obama's record in the White House saying he had not done much for the American people and his extended family despite the high expectations that accompanied his election in 2008, both in the United States and Kenya.

The two men appear to have drifted apart but were previously close. Malik has visited the president in the Oval office and was also best man at Barack's wedding.

Obama's election created much excitement in Kenya especially in Kogelo village where their father was born before going to study at the University of Hawaii.

Obama visited Nairobi, in the first ever trip by a sitting U.S. president to the East African nation last July, and promised to visit more often when he leaves office.

Malik defended his right to criticize his brother, citing freedom of expression.

"To each his own. I speak my mind and I'm not going to be put in a box just because my brother is the President of the United States," Malik said.


After all this time, and thousands of dollars in research and investigation, we here at 'Allan's perspective" have finally found out who let the dogs out!!!!

According to Anslem Douglas, the Trinidad and Tobago native who wrote the original song in 1996, titled “Doggie” ― which was covered hideously by a British group before the Baha Men ― the dogs are badly behaved dudes.

“It’s a man-bashing song, it is,” Douglas told The Huffington Post, explaining how his former brother-in-law often used the phrase.

Although we suspected the words between the song’s riotous refrains may actually refer to women ― “dog” can be a derogatory term for either gender ― the lyrics back him up. After their first round of asking who, who, let the dogs out, the Baha Men sing:
When the party was nice, the party was bumpin’ (Hey, Yippie, Yi, Yo)
And everybody havin’ a ball (Hah, Ho, Yippie, Yi, Yo)
I tell the fellas, “Start the name callin’” (Yippie, Yi, Yo)
And the girls respond to the call ― the poor dog show up! 
The scene: a party. Douglas, however, explained that the party is merely a metaphor ― another way to say things were going swell, generally, in life. The speaker then calls on his male friends to engage in rude name-calling toward the women party goers, who respond in turn. According to Douglas, it’s the women who then start calling the men “dogs” in each refrain.

(Baha Men lead singer Isaiah Taylor Taylor, though, had a different answer. “I always say that that our drummer did that,” he said, explaining how it became an inside joke among the Baha Men to accuse their bandmate. “We say, ‘Hey, man, you let the dogs out!’)