Great Wrap-up of the first debate
~~September 27, 2016~~
SURVIVED THE FIRST DEBATE
Over and done.
I felt apprehensive as I waited for the first debate, I must confess.
I watched the full 90 minutes.
By the time about 20 minutes had gone by, I was at peace, breathing much easier.
I knew what was going to happen.
He unraveled, she stood steadfast.
Yes, Secretary Clinton was the winner.
It’s not my judgement, it’s the ‘peoples’ judgement.
I have my choice.
It’s always interesting to see other people’s take.
When there’s humor, it’s even better.
Here are some late night shows’ perspective.
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Fascinating history of the first settlers of the Philippines,
The statue depicts an ancient Aeta, believed to be the first settlers in the Philippines. Their descendants still roam the region of Zambales and some migrated to the other parts of the country. Most of them, kicked out of their land like the Indians of North America, are now begging for food and financial assistance to live.
Isn’tit a pity that the ancient settlers are those normally put at the bottom of a country’s social caste system and the foreign invaders lord over them as if the invaders were those who settled in the country first before them?
OriginalPeople.Org:The Aeta (pronounced as “eye-ta,”), Agta or Ayta are an indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon, Philippines. They are considered to be Negritos, who are dark to very dark brown-skinned and tend to have features such as a small stature, small frame, curly to kinky afro-like…
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I believe in the power of the wounded healer!