I'm a middle-aged white guy. And over the years I've collected my share of dings and nicks. Somewhere along the way I have grown used to the idea that I am neither perfect, nor do I expect perfection in others. (The perfect Zen state!)
What I do see is a difference in the character, or nature, of men. Wanna talk about your divorce? I really don't wanna talk about mine.
Point is, after a lifetime, somethings show up as rust. Other things show up as corruption.
I have a dog in the hunt. I am leaning hard for Guiliani. Mayor of the most important city in the world. Cracked down on Mafia and the bangers. The man has a rep. Personally, he found love in all the right places and at all the right and wrong times. So, he had a girlfriend while he was mayor. And the city cops worried for her safety. Hmm. Terrorists took down buildings in what city? Danger? Mayor?
What were they thinking?
Anyway, there's been a push to create some kind of scandal over police concerns for the mayor's girlfiend. Like they should have assessed the danger to her as "okay". They didn't. City resources...money...was spent on her protection.
Left a mark. But I'm not looking for Caesar's Wife. I looking for a man who can guide the office of President of the United States of America. That's why the question of rust versus corruption comes up. And it comes up in an unusual way.
It seems a company in Oregon has been caught doing things it shouldn't have been doing. It doesn't look good for the Romney campaign. Upper Left Coast is all over the latest doin's with the perps good ole Oregon boys.