Home > Uncategorized > Andreas is back

Andreas is back

The past week came as a relief for family and friends of Prof. Andreas Eshete when he made it home after being treated for pneumonia and strokes in South Africa.

His loyal circle of friends and family members hurried to welcome the wheelchair-confined professor who flew from Washington D.C where he spent weeks convalescing.

It is said that the illness was brought on by over-abundance of alcoholic consumption and chain-smoking, though he has been sober lately.

While the university is busy preparing for the graduation ceremony to be held in August, his assistants are looking for ways to distract the professor from his troubles.

It is hoped that he would be out of a wheelchair by then and lead the commencement ceremony, as he prefers to call it.

Though Prof. Andreas is widely admired for his brains, the university community has never developed a fondness for him. Just the opposite, in fact, he has long suffered from his image as Mele’s pet dog and an opportunist who has given up his liberal values for Mele’s brand of “revolutionary democracy”.

Advertisements
Categories: Uncategorized
  1. Sin
    June 11, 2008 at 5:59 am

    How do you admire his brains? To my knowledge, he hasn’t writeen a single book yet he is is presedent of the university.

  2. Anon
    June 11, 2008 at 11:41 am

    Hi Sin:

    Would you admire the philosopher Socrates who did not write a single book? Who says that writing a book or anything is evidence of being an intelligent person? If a person uses his intelligence for something not good, that does not mean that that person has never been intelligent. Such a person could well be immoral since knowledge has an ethical dimension.

    Just wondering how Sin would respond.

    Anon

  3. Sen
    June 11, 2008 at 2:19 pm

    How do So how do you quantity brilliance or intelligence?
    How am I to know Andrea’s brilliance is better than my grandma’s?
    Is this having Honesty, decency? The guy doesn’t seem to have both
    you quanity brilliance or intllegence? Having a loyal soporters/

  4. Anon
    June 12, 2008 at 6:45 am

    Intelligence is not a matter of quantity, and have no idea what that would mean. Andreas is a supporter of a gov’t which is not good for its citizens. There lies all the bad side of the story of this person. In order to be a supporter of even the worst regime one must have some intelligence which could still be used to do something not good at all.

    Andreas is the only Ethiopian who holds a PhD in philosophy from one of the finest institutions this world has, Yale. Ironically, another such person is the current Eth ambassador to the US, who also holds much similar PhD from Princeton, from which no other Ethiopian has ever graduated with a PhD in philosophy. These two minds, if they stood for the people of Ethiopia, would have been held as Ethiopia’s heroes and among the most brilliant ever. What made such brilliant minds do what they do? That is the question but an answer to that question does not have to be built on denying that these folks have intelligence which is too obvious to deny.

    Just wondering how some fellows think about these issues.

    Anon

  5. Sen
    June 13, 2008 at 8:25 am

    I am just wondering how you come to know about his brilliance.Are you telling me that that Andreas is briliant because he has graduted from Yale?
    I know about the seminal books the Yale president has prodecied but not anything about Andreas.

  6. worbek
    June 14, 2008 at 7:55 am

    The not so brilliant American commander-in-chef Bush is also a gradute of Yale.

  7. alemayehu
    June 20, 2008 at 10:03 am

    If you care to know who Andreas Eshete is take a look at the following quotation from Elaine Scary’s book entitled On Beauty and Being Just:

    ‘The invitation to ethical fairness can be found at each of
    these three sites, and so each will be looked at in turn: the Šrst in
    statements made by classical philosophers, Plato and Augustine;
    the second, in observations by mid-twentieth-century philosophers
    Simone Weil and Iris Murdoch; and the third in an account
    given by turn-of-the-millennium philosopher Andreas Eshete,
    whose work is divided between the practical task of establishing
    constitutional rights in Ethiopia and theoretical writings about
    fraternity: he argues that of the revolutionary triad—liberty,
    equality, fraternity—it is fraternity (often omitted from our descriptions)
    that underwrites liberty and equality, and hence also
    fraternity that underwrites liberal theories of justice.|

    BTW, Prof Scarry is on the 100 Top Public Intellectuals of Time and Prospect Megazine(2008)

    The following are samples of his works:

    Contractarianism and the Scope of Justice. Andreas Eshete. Ethics, Vol. 85,
    No. 1, 38-49. Oct., 1974.

    Ethnic Federalism in Ethiopia: New Frontiers

    The Ethio-Eritrean Conflict: Political and Legal Dimensions Paper delivered at a public meeting convened by the Law …, 1998
    Implementing Human Rights and a Democratic Constitution in Ethiopia.
    Issue: A Journal of Opinion, Vol. 21, No. 1/2, 8-13. 1993. …
    The social structure of freedom 1970 – Yale University
    Andreas Eshete, “Appraisal by an Ethiopian,” in Doob
    “Fraternity,” Review of Metaphysics 35 (1981), 27-44.
    Does A Lawyer’s Character Matter in The Good Lawyer, David Luban(ed.)

  8. alemayehu
    June 20, 2008 at 12:35 pm

    Andreas is a GENIUS and a national patriot Ethiopians should be proud of like Ras Alula, King of Kings Tewodros, the Aksum obelisks and Lalibela. If you care to know who Andreas Eshete is take a glimpse at the following quotation from Elaine Scary’s book entitled On Beauty and Being Just:

    ‘The invitation to ethical fairness can be found at each of
    these three sites, and so each will be looked at in turn: the first in
    statements made by classical philosophers, Plato and Augustine;
    the second, in observations by mid-twentieth-century philosophers
    Simone Weil and Iris Murdoch; and the third in an account
    given by turn-of-the-millennium philosopher Andreas Eshete,
    whose work is divided between the practical task of establishing
    constitutional rights in Ethiopia and theoretical writings about
    fraternity: he argues that of the revolutionary triad—liberty,
    equality, fraternity—it is fraternity (often omitted from our descriptions)
    that underwrites liberty and equality, and hence also
    fraternity that underwrites liberal theories of justice.|

    BTW, Prof Elaine Scarry is on the 100 Top Public Intellectuals of Time and Prospect Megazine(2008)

    The following are samples of his works

    Contractarianism and the Scope of Justice. Andreas Eshete. Ethics, Vol. 85,
    No. 1, 38-49. Oct., 1974.

    Ethnic Federalism in Ethiopia: New Frontiers

    The Ethio-Eritrean Conflict: Political and Legal Dimensions Paper delivered at a public meeting convened by the Law …, 1998
    Implementing Human Rights and a Democratic Constitution in Ethiopia.
    Issue: A Journal of Opinion, Vol. 21, No. 1/2, 8-13. 1993. …
    The social structure of freedom 1970 – Yale University
    Andreas Eshete, “Appraisal by an Ethiopian,” in Doob
    “Fraternity,” Review of Metaphysics 35 (1981), 27-44.
    Does A Lawyer’s Character Matter in The Good Lawyer, David Luban(ed.)

  9. Wossen Bisewir
    June 20, 2008 at 1:18 pm

    Two thumbs up Alemayehu. It is really magnanimous of you to put in kind words on Andreas’s behalf. Fitting a tribute to a great teacher and inspirational leader.

    Andreas–for all the whining and name-calling of his detractors–has got what it takes to make a difference where it matters most:seeing to it that Ethiopia gets the best of services from its academic institutions and intellectuals.To pound our ears with ‘Long Live Ethiopia’ empty slogans is one thing; and to to strive every nerve and muscle to help one’s country see the light of day through self-less dedication is another. While we have tons of Dr-Dolittles slinging mud on anyone who has balls enough to tell them for what they are–losers–the likes of Andreas Eshete are giving the fullest measure of devotion to the cause of the peoples and Nation they so dearly love. Andreas and his likes had the bravery to fight with no holds barred for the cause of this Nation–defying–as it were–the venemous smear campaign against their patriotic overtures waged by the exponents of the perverse post-dergue–Diaspora politicking. He has millions more wonders to make at AAU. As for his detractors, you might as well resign to licking your wounds.

    A very good news to learn that he is recovering fast.

  10. Kenley R. Dove
    June 20, 2008 at 11:27 pm

    I was Andreas Eshete’s teacher in philosophy for 2 years at Williams College and for 4 years at Yale University. I also directed his dissertation, “The Social Structure of Freedom” (PhD, Yale, 1970). He was in every respect a most admirable student. And he had a distinguished career in America, with appointments at Pomona College, Yale, Brown University, and the University of Pennsylvania. I have read many of his publications and have heard him lecture before demanding audiences at the American Philosophical Association, the Yale Law School, and the State University of New York. He is an established authority on the work of H. L. A. Hart, G. W. F. Hegel, John Rawls, and Friedrich Nietzsche, among others. His work on the concept of fraternity has received due praise.

    I do not know the details of his appointments at Addis Ababa University. I do know that some of these have led to attacks upon his character because they had the approval of President Meles, who is widely disliked. These attacks have in some instances extended to Eshete’s academic integrity. On this subject I can speak with some authority. In my many years of close association with Eshete I have never known him to be anything but a true scholar. There are, of course, many academic lackeys. But none of the attacks upon Eshete I have read give any evidence, beyond guilt by association, that he has become one.

    Kenley R. Dove
    Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, the State University of New York
    kdove@sanpolo.org

  11. Anon
    June 23, 2008 at 6:32 am

    Dear Prof. Dove:

    Thank you so much for speaking the truth where there are precious few who have the courage to do what you’ve done! I’m the Anon above who tried to say something about Andreas with complete understanding that those who call him all kinds of evil things do what they do as you said well due to guilt by association.

    It’s been a mystery to me as well why Andreas has turned out to be an unmistakable supporter of the current Ethiopian government when most or many Ethiopians, as I’m aware of, are very critical of the government. One thing that I could think of that could be one of the reasons why Andreas has been so much involved in the political side of the university life and more is this: Andreas believes, maybe wholeheartedly, in ethnic federalism both for practical and theoretical reasons and the current gov’t has put his theoretical work to practice which brings the two closer than otherwise could be. If such a reason turns out to be the case, the question for many fellow Ethiopians would be, “why go all the way, too far, in working for a gov’t which most of its citizens highly disapprove of?” “Most” may be wrong but “many” could well be right. I don’t think that both the gov’t and Andreas would deny what I share as my observation, esp., a possible motivation for Andreas’s association with the gov’t. I can hear many who hated Andreas wanting to ask him, “Why go too far with this gov’t?”

    Otherwise, I’ve been trying to speak the truth when it comes to who Andreas is as a scholar with a distinguished academic career among the most demanding academic environments for doing academic philosophy which no other Ethiopian has ever done except his colleague I mentioned before.

    Thanks for speaking the truth.

    Anon

  12. Wossen Bisewir
    June 23, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    Poor Anon, you guys don’t seem to get it right, not in a million years. Andreas’ intellectual calibre and first-rate scholarship does not need any testimony from intellectual light-weights like yourself.You may keep wondering why a great intellectual like Andreas will ‘sink that low’ to support EPRDF, but you will never be able to figure out how fallacious to the core your seemingly innocuos remarks. Your foolish ‘argument’ is a question-begging claim that it would be unbecoming of top-notch intellectuals to do the most natural thing for them to do:serving their country as best as they can. It is either your way or the traitors’ way! Pathetic! Ethiopia is not Adams Morgan, it is where Ethiopians live, the Eighty Million of them–from Fiq-to Dima, from Dasenech to Adi Goshu, and of course Addis & beyond. Eat your hearts out, recycled Ankoberites.

    You may spend the better part of eternity decrying ‘The Woyannes’ for achievements they should have been congratulated on, but your doom-saying could not add to or detract from the patriotic stance of Meles & Co. Even if Andreas had bones to pick with EPRDF’s Revolutionary Democracy, he knows better than joining the ranks of Neo-Ankoberite ideologues masquerading as the creme de la creme of Ethiopia.After all, is that what being intellectual is all about, Being able to Figure out what works and what doesn’t?!

    I could see time flying you guys by.As they say, while the dogs are barking, the caravan carries on just the same. See you when you get there, shit head!

  13. alemayehu
    June 23, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    There is no question that Andreas Eshete is an academic philosopher par excellence who had an established career in at least 3 of the Ivy League schools, namely Yale, Brown, and Penn besides graduating with exceptional achievement from Yale with PhD in Philosophy. The brilliance of his philosophy as manifested in his publications and lectures also has been authoritatively affirmed by the latest testimony posted by his former teacher Prof. Kenley R. Dove. Thanks Professor for joining us in this debate to tell the truth, though the truth was not far-hidden to find if there was good faith on part of his detractors. The fact that Andreas is an academic of highest standing should never ever be called into question. Or else the state of affairs that obtains will be what can be described as NEBIY BAGERU AYIKEBERIM.

    Another thing I wish to bring to the attention of Mr Anon et al is that Andreas qua human being has every right to hold any opinion and to support any political organization(not necessarily the opposition). This was something that you need not be told had it not be for your dumbness. Above all Andreas is a national patriot. You should always remember that Andreas has never been and will never be a pawn in the hands of the powers that be whoever they are from Emperor Haile Sellasie down to Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. He has always been an independent-minded philosopher, politician, human rights activist, academic, and what not. To give you a real life example, Antonio Gramsci is someone nearer to comparison. But for most of us Andreas is the archetype. If anybody is interested to know a little bit about Andreas’ political career, I recommend you to read Ethiopia at Bay, a book by John Spencer. Of course, you can also read many the publications of the Ethiopian Student Movement, esp. that of ESUNA(Challenge). He is well-depicted by Prof. Elaine Scarry as “turn-of-the-millennium philosopher Andreas Eshete, whose work is divided between the practical task of establishing constitutional rights in Ethiopia and theoretical writings about fraternity”. Even Kiflu Taddese’s trilogy, on the history(though his version) of the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Party could not afford to banish him. With respect to his involvement in the present Ethiopian politics, he has made himself clear on several occasions that he is a staunch supporter of EPRDF’s program. Even so, he has to be seen separately, as he is not a party functionary.

    So my final advice to all of his detractors is that Andreas is doing great both in his private and public life. The hitherto mud-slingging on him and the government did not work. If I have to unmask the motives behind his detractors is they cannot stand to see an Amhara elite support and work for a government which in their eyes is run predominantly by the Tigre-which is basically symptomatic of Amhara chauvinism.

  14. Anon
    June 24, 2008 at 6:02 am

    Hi Wossen and Alemayehu:

    I was feeling really ashamed when I was reading your posts. I’ve no clue why you both went too far to exercise your freedom of expression to insult others who might have some opposing views about whatever. You both seem to have some academic background if one can judge from what you wanted to show us all that you can speak the language of those some call the educated. I really don’t care about that but I do care about a wise and considered and balanced way of sharing one’s opinion with due respect to another fellow human being. If you’ve not arrived in your life at a stage of such maturity to prudentially and wisely and respectfully exerise your freedom of expression I’d totally understand that and would think of you as who you truly are. No offenses.

    FYI, I know Andreas personally and even will most likely tell you his own views about what we’re talking about at some point. I can talk to him this summer if I want to and you’ll hear from him the truth about what we’re discussing. He and I have something in common that you might never even imagine and he and I might even collaborate on a mutual project that will simply show some folks like you that Anon is not ont one of those blind folks who just hate this person as you portray Anon to be. You both wish to show the world that you know what it means to exercise one’s choice as to what political views to hold and what to stand for freely but then if one shows even a small modicum of skepticism about the current govt in relation to whateevr you call such people stupid etc. Could this show anything other than what you’ve just shown? No need to tell you everything about what you’ve communicated about yourselves unawares.

    Hope that you realize that Andreas does not need your misguided defense any more than that of all evil things said of him by his detractors.

    Anon

  15. Wossen Bisewir
    June 24, 2008 at 3:01 pm

    Hey Annon,

    my comments must have hit a responsive chord, if your last comments are any guide, that is! If my comment on your entry had a particularly harsh tone to it, it was simply because i believe yours was the typical intellectualization of mediocrity that often passes for seasoned rationality. While the vulgar tirade that has been so characterstic of most every Andreas-Bashers can be dismissed off hand as useless/harmless name-calling, it is this insinuations people like you toss around in the name of fairness that are the real culprits in promoting a culture of intolerance and ill-disguised bigotry.

    I sometimes tend-and consciously so-to be particularly harsh towards such ‘sanitized’ versions of smear campaign because such comments do more harm than good to the cause of mutual understanding and fraternity–virtues exolted by none other than your whipping boy Andreas through his academic as well as personal life. while insidiously designed to appear as fair as they come– the comments are essentially as dangerous as the more venomous ones. The danger, Mr Annon, lies in both self-serving claims to being well-intentioned towards and privy to the person you demonize for taking up a job in his beloved country.In case you find this nonesensical, try the following.

    Annon tells us he is friends with Andreas, closer friend than myself and Alemayehu could be, Like I care. He tells us he can give him a ring any given day.He even dares us to check what their conversation on the issue was from Andreas. Hey, i for one didnot make any claim whatsoever about being a first-name basis friend. I don’t.But it does not matter, this is of course what most of them do–‘argue’ as though their mere assumptions were hard facts, conviniently setting you up for a thrashing.Annon’s more curious point was something else though. He brags-as it were-that he has a common project with Andreas! Granted, he will be working with a Woyanne appointee on some project of some sort. Unless this project involves some kind of absolution for Andreas from his only immortal sin,i.e, working on a project with the ‘Woyannes’.May be Annon’s yardstick of what a ‘Great Intellectual’ ought to do doesnot apply to him. May be because he is not one himself.

    If i don’t even sound funny on this score, it is simply because that has never been my intention. I am an ordinary guy with a dry sense og humour. Unfortunately, I tend to over-react when I come across pure nonsense being peddled as piece of wisdom.
    I will talk to you at length when you come visit with Andreas come next summer.

  16. Anon
    June 24, 2008 at 3:43 pm

    Hi Wossen:

    No idea why you said all the above which you could have said in a friendlier tone and just show your conversation partner’s real problems, which could be legion.

    No one was bragging by making a simple point that the person who’s the subject of this controversy and yours truly share something in common which has nothing to do with his association with whoever and whatever. I’m also in the country for a little while and am meaning to do some good that might be of somegood/benefit to some fellow Ethiopians. This something could be a project that I could work on even with folks like you and Alemayehu if you’ve any room to work with another fellow human being. You might not care but who knows what you’d think. I was just sharing an idea which drew the harshest response from people who could make more sense and who knows you could still do that.

    Otherwise, I don’t think I’ve done anything to damage or bellitle Andreas’ accomplishments in the things that he’s done that I’m convinced to be right and if we happen to hold different views about what is right and wrong that should be a separate debate and I’d love to engage you when there is something substantive like that, whenever.

    Anon

  17. Tazabi
    June 24, 2008 at 11:44 pm

    Wossen and Alemayehu,
    I’m confused with you guys arguments. “… Amhara elite support and work for a government which in their eyes is run predominantly by the Tigre-which is basically symptomatic of Amhara chauvinism.” What’re you guys talking about??? You guys analysis was based on this kind thinking? I thought people who quote book samples like you are beyond this kind of comments these days.

    I don’t know much about Prof. Andereas except what we read in the public folder including his personal charcters flawed, though. We all agree Prof. Andereas is excellent acadamician. One thing i know for sure is that he’s a screwed up, miserable failed leader in AAU that supposed to be the highest education institute in Ethiopia. Could you tell me in two words what his leadership done to the students, employees of AAU? Who’s taking accountablity, responsiblity, blame for the things gone wrong badly under his leadership? Please, let’s separate his education background, personal accomplishemnts in his good old days and let’s talk about his leadership in current terms.

  18. Diamond Baby
    June 25, 2008 at 6:55 am

    The argument here appears to be misguided. The issue is not whether the person is intelligent or not. That he is intelligent is obvious enough but what is mind-boggling is a person who could be mentioned in the same breath with such luminaries as John Rowels whose liberal credentials are ascertained by world class thinkers could bring himself to work with a government whose claim to fame has been its repressive political practices and whose commitment to democracy is nothing but lip service.

  19. asteway
    June 25, 2008 at 8:39 am

    Why don’t you do something better than gossiping people? Why so much character assasination? For me, Wessen and Alemayehu have driven their points home that Professor Andreas is a great personage. The rest is idiotic politicking by sniveling seventh sons of seventh sons. The man is doing the best he can do for his country and people. To the best of my knowledge, the problems at AAU are handed down to the university fifty years ago. He is doing every thing he can to undo the negaive effects of the heavy hand of the past. Your problem is you have become amnesiac to the country’s past.

    Just wondering how someone would repond.

  20. alemayehu
    June 25, 2008 at 10:12 am

    You are all good-for-nothing sniveling seventh sons of seventh sons. This is how I refute your strawman.

  21. Anon
    June 25, 2008 at 11:25 am

    What an argument, Alemayehu!

    Anon

  22. Tazabi
    June 25, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    Well, you don’t want to face the truth and that’s very sad. In the end, we’re all to blame because we’re talking about the future Ethiopian kids who’re trapped with bad leadership and politicians in higher institiutes. Going forward, please leave responsible comments and also leave some room in your brain to think.

  23. alemayehu
    June 25, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    What a homage to great historical personages!

  24. Tazabi
    June 25, 2008 at 12:37 pm

    May be we’re wrong questioning now. We’re faced with the choice of glass of water and education these days so, you pick one, my bro.

  25. Yohannes
    June 26, 2008 at 2:26 am

    I have never replied to any article on this subject matter, but I am prompted by Prof. Dove comment. I respect prof. Dove’s opinion but working with prof. Andreas, directly under his supervision, I was not able to read what is said about him. I am not in the field of social science and it is not my level to comment on any capacity about his academic ability.

    What I can tell is only, what I have experienced working with him for two years at his current capacity. The prof. has truly hurted innocent people including my self for reasons of serving unknown interests. I wish if, I could sit with Prof. Dove and him self, and tell my story and how he affected the life of my self and my family. Now thanks to GOD, I am in good hands with better future.

    I have nothing against him, in fact, I wish him feel better soon. He owes me an apology.

    Thanks

  26. Wossen Bisewir
    June 29, 2008 at 2:46 pm

    Hey Annon,

    No Hard feelings. If I sounded cynical, that never was my intention. I was simply trying to ‘shock’ you-so to speak- out of what I beleved was a question-begging claim about loyalty or some such. My comments towards your entries werr particularly ‘harsh’ simply ’cause I kind of thought of you as reform-able fella who needed a bit of spanking. As they say, spare the rod and spoil the child.Yeneta Hiruy’s logic & all! I sincerely believe people should not be rediculed or in any way pilloried for doing what they believe is right nor for holding opinions of any sort; so part of what fuelled my indignation was what I believe was a totally uncalled for smear campaign against Andreas for trying to do something of value to the Country’s future. But then again, this was as much about all of us as it is sure is for Andreas. If i fail to do something about injustice to Andreas, then who would stick out for me when I find myself in a similar situation?! Guadegnah sitama, goes the old adage.

    Anyway, I personally do not have problems understanding or tolerating differences. I simply do not like it when someone with their right mind boldly suggest that inteligent people should be faulted for working with/for a government unfavorably rated by many–as opposed to most–Ethiopians. That is simply sub-standard.

    For further correspondences, You can reach me at;

    wossenbisewir@yahoo.com

    I can assure you I won’t be as nasty in my emails!

  27. July 13, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    How many of you guys would say ‘no’ to an Addis Ababa University presidency ? The green eyed devil is why is Andreas at the top ( and when he is an Amhara who should ‘by default’ have been anti EPRDF which party is ‘Amharaphobe’) . If super-intelligent Amhara like Andreas should be condemned and vilified for working with the Tigrean Meles then the cries for Ethiopian unity and fraternity are proved bogus. Call Andreas ‘woyane’ or what ever out of desperation, but he is held in very high regard; and his courage, confidence and humility are very well known.

    What ever the academic talk no recent AAU president has had as much impact, and demonstrated as much intellectual and personal humility as Andreas-a point even his harshest adversaries will not fail to acknowledge. I am not saying a public figure should not be criticised intelligently or emotionally but I believe with reason that all personal attacks against Andreas since 1991 have only served to strengthen the president’s resolve and confidence in what he is doing.

    It is unifortunate many in the scholarly-clanish diaspora are uncurable schizophrnics. Others may be pardoned.

  28. Rebekkah S
    November 5, 2008 at 10:58 pm

    Glad he is back.

    God Bless.

  29. December 23, 2008 at 3:33 pm

    Hi every body,
    Professor Andreas Eshete’s intellectal competence is way beyond question.He was my former professor, so I can certainly tell about his incredibly good intellectual competence. Even though he has not published books, and presumably not produced articles, every thing that he says during conferences, meetings, and lectures makes sense.
    It is worth noting that one’s intellectual competence should be seen independently of his political belief. I don’t care what political party he stands for. He is just good intellectually.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: