by Andy Weddington
Tuesday, 09 December 2014
"I saw a subliminal advertising executive, but only for a second." Stephen Wright
With an education in behavioral psychology; 26+ years of professional practice (leading Marines and Sailors); and a lifetime seriously pursuing the fine art of painting; the following color analysis is presented - in living color...
White Senator Dianne Feinstein (D, CA) was clad in a black collarless top; purple - the add-mixture of red and blue - blazer; and a complementary string (noose?) of pearls.
Senator Dianne Feinstein
neither artist nor neutral
At least in appearance, she attempted to present herself neutral. Maybe sympathetic. Safe money says a behavioral psychologist was consulted (and paid with taxpayer money) for wardrobe and accessory selection. Note absence of a flag lapel pin.
As a coy ploy of non-partisanship, a muddy failure the colors.
Words - a picture is worth thousands, millions of them; we see you, Senator Feinstein but hear you not as clearly.
And why today? The same day Jonathan "Americans are stupid" Gruber for the first time faces a Senate Committee - to explain himself and the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) sales scam.
Senator Feinstein squeezed out her true colors - the ugliest shade of blue, and yellow; the only other primary color missing. For that she should be red-in-the-face shamelessly embarrassed.
Red-in-the-face are many, with anger.
So remember, life is colorful. And sometimes life is subliminal. And sometimes it's not.
Senator Feinstein, an executive but no Stephen Wright, should have given her release decision a second more of thought before advertising.
And know wardrobe - however vibrant, however not - cannot mask true colors.
And that's about as black and white as colorful politics gets.
Draw, paint, your own conclusions.
As to the release, Senators (pundits, too) on both sides of the aisle say the American people deserve to know. Well, then, explain the secrecy and lawlessness of Obamacare. And don't wear purple!
Note: Purple is the secondary (color) derived from the add-mixture of the primaries red and blue. And an add-mixture of red, blue, and yellow renders black - white grays.