She loves me, she Obama’s me?

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She loves me, she Obama’s me?


Obama talks to the world by means of YouTube. Mediaset is asking for 500 million euro in damages from YouTube.
Obama is preaching the advent of social networks and direct democracy. Italy relaunches digital terrestrial and the blogger-killer law (Levi-Veltroni).
In the United States, broadband is everywhere. With us it’s in Parliament and 3,000 towns are without ADSL.
Italian politics lives on TV without contradiction. The TV has become directly political. Telepolitics. TV is destroying people’s conscience. The Internet helps to form their conscience.
The psycho-dwarf removes petals form the daisy: “She loves me, she loves me not? She loves me, she Obama’s me?” I reckon she Obama’s him.
They will never give up, (but would it be worth their while?) neither will we.


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This slaughter has to stop these beautiful animals come to you as friends not enemies, how you can kill them I have no idea, but rest assured
you will get your punishment may you all rot in Hell and God's beautiful creatures continue without danger in the habitat they were intended to be in
GOD BLESS THEM

Posted by: muriel graham | November 20, 2008 10:43 PM


Dear Signor Beppo
May I remind you that Færøerne are autonomous and we have only the Queen in common + the heavy subsidies that we send them every year
No Færing would call himself Danish
A dopo
Flemming Aagaard c.mag.

Posted by: Flemming Aagaard | November 19, 2008 02:21 PM


While Obama's election surprised American critics and detractors a journalist, from Berlusconi's "Il Giornale", found nothing new in the historical win.
He knew.
His faith in American Way never wavered.
The election was a lesson in democracy for all anti-Americans, he said.
Nice to hear.
Perhaps, now, his boss and his political allies could learn a thing or two from that American happening.
Like stop referring to black immigrants bingo-bongos.
Like stop inciting hate as expressed by a few members of La Lega.
Like giving immigrants the opportunity to become Italian citizens.
Like stopping the slave-like working conditions.
Like giving all immigrants medical attention when they need it.
Like documenting "undocumentatd workers".
Like stopping treating immigrants like second class citizens, in other words.

Posted by: lou pacella | November 18, 2008 02:59 AM


A case of do as I say not what I do. According to the Italian Minister of Public Affairs, thousands and thousands of government employees are "slackers". They take too much time off. Mr. Brunetta decided that enough is enough and started a witch-hunt which in turn sparked knock-em-down-drag-em-out fight against all his employees. And cheering on the sidelines for the Minister are Berlusconi's papers and TV stations. The Minister has decreed that every employee taking time off for whatever reason will be fined -yes, even if sick. He has also decimated hundreds of part-time contracts, and demanded a record of every judge showing-up for work. As to be expected the "slackers" weren't gonna take this lying down -sarcasm intended. They took to the streets protesting the Minister's all-encompassing insult. Then last Thursday out comes "L'ESPRESSO" an investigative, weekly magazine, revealing that the Minister's work attendance record, as a former parlamentarian of the Italian and European Parliaments, is less than stellar -in fact it can even be called pathetic. While the Minister pretends regular work attendance and meritocracy from his employees "L'ESPRESSO" reports that during a ten year period he attended Europeans plenary sessions 57,9% of the times. And during the legislature 1999-2005 he attended 53.7% of all sittings. Also the actual work done by every European parliamenterian present in Parliament is measured and again the Italian Minister is not right up there in the list. His attendance record in the Italian Parliament, (with a monthly salary of $15 thousand dollars) is not much better. The article also questions Mr. Brunetta's purchase of an apartment from the State (I have no idea how that works)with a view of the ancient Roman chariot race track and the Colisseum for $150,000. Mr.Brunetta should summon himself to his office for a "performance evaluation" on his attendance records and should either fire himself or reimburse Italians for all the money Italians paid while he was taking time off.

Posted by: louis pacella | November 17, 2008 02:14 AM


A case of do as I say not what I do. According to the Italian Minister of Public Affairs, thousands and thousands of government employees are "slackers". They take too much time off. Mr. Brunetta decided that enough is enough and started a witch-hunt which in turn sparked knock-em-down-drag-em-out fight against all his employees. And cheering on the sidelines for the Minister are Berlusconi's papers and TV stations. The Minister has decreed that every employee taking time off for whatever reason will be fined -yes, even if sick. He has also decimated hundreds of part-time contracts, and demanded a record of every judge showing-up for work. As to be expected the "slackers" weren't gonna take this lying down -sarcasm intended. They took to the streets protesting the Minister's all-encompassing insult. Then last Thursday out comes "L'ESPRESSO" an investigative, weekly magazine, revealing that the Minister's work attendance record, as a former parlamentarian of the Italian and European Parliaments, is less than stellar -in fact it can even be called pathetic. While the Minister pretends regular work attendance and meritocracy from his employees "L'ESPRESSO" reports that during a ten year period he attended Europeans plenary sessions 57,9% of the times. And during the legislature 1999-2005 he attended 53.7% of all sittings. Also the actual work done by every European parliamenterian present in Parliament is measured and again the Italian Minister is not right up there in the list. His attendance record in the Italian Parliament, (with a monthly salary of $15 thousand dollars) is not much better. The article also questions Mr. Brunetta's purchase of an apartment from the State (I have no idea how that works)with a view of the ancient Roman chariot's race track and the Colisseum for $150,000. Mr.Brunetta should summon himself to his office for a "performance evaluation" on his attendance records and should either fire himself or reimburse Italians for all the money Italians paid while he was taking time off.

Posted by: louis pacella | November 17, 2008 02:07 AM


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