The perks of illimitable wealth, vacationing all over the world, housekeepers, chefs, being in receipt of freebies from designers, multiple homes in diverse parts of the world, chauffeurs, the finest foods, and all the other perks that come with being a celebrity? Do they all sound attractive? Sure they do, to those of us who want to live the fabulous life. The question is do we want the downfalls that come with fame? Can we handle vicious tabloid scrutiny, fabrications, and assumptions? Being a celebrity has its perks, but at what cost? Fame and mon...
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...focus on his life styles? Is he wrong, in the eyes of God, yes, but do we have the right to judge him? At the end of the day in my opinion all Tiger owes us is his dedication to the game of golf, if it interest you. Likewise, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have been inviolable since taking office. The media has only focused on the negative aspects of what they have done since taking office. What can one do, only having been in office for a year? After all he is cleaning up the mess left behind form our last administration.
I never thought I would see the disrespect and distain for a President who has the best interest for Americans and who for now is leading a fairly honest administration. Don’t we all need healthcare? Don’t we all want our jobs to stay in the United States? Don’t we all want to be safe in our homes, airports, and workplaces?
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