In a bit of interesting political news, a surprising name has come out to tell Hillary Clinton (#15 FCIL) that she needs to give a full explanation of “why she used a private email account for all her official correspondence.” You’d think it was some vindictive redneck Republican, but it’s actually the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, Dianne Feinstein.
Feinstein, like Hillary, is another rather rare #15 FCIL in politics, and told NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday that Clinton “needs to step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is. From this point on, the silence is going to hurt her.” In addition to a number of questionable political and legal aspects regarding Clinton’s secretive emails, her use of a private account may violate federal rules requiring officials to keep all their communications for record-keeping purposes. While Clinton has said she asked the State Department to make public all emails she had previously turned over to them, The Times reported that those messages “previously had been selected by members of her staff and were not a complete record of her four years at Foggy Bottom.”
Washington has no lack of female #15s, it seems. Just a few months ago Senator Barbara Boxer, another FCIL, announced that she will be retiring at the end of her term. The word “retiring” doesn’t mean she’ll be playing Bingo down at the local VFW, however. “I am never going to retire,” she says. “The work is too important. But I will not be running for the Senate in 2016.”
Whoever said Left brainers can’t dabble in poetry? Check out Boxer’s farewell poem.
The Senate is the place where I’ve always made my case
For families for the planet and the human race
More than 20 years in the job I love
Thanks to California and the Lord above
So although I won’t be working for my Senate space
And I won’t be running that next tough race
As long as there are issues and challenges and strife
I will never retire because that’s the meaning of my life.
Wow, do you think a #2 BEAR or #10 BCAR would agree that issues and challenges and strife are the meaning to life? Say it ain’t so!
BTInsiders know we’ve been telling you again and again and again and again for years that Hillary will do all it takes to become President of the United States. Meanwhile, conservative commentator Ben Domenech recently stated that “the only person I think who could beat Hillary Clinton is Michelle Obama.“
Welp, bring on another female #15!
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Per renowned type and neuroscience researcher Dario Nardi, the E_TJs show the following tendencies on EEG:
“(The ESTJ and ENTJ) relies on efficient activity – seeing, hearing, steps, and facts with the analytical left brain – to confidently make quick, evidence-based decisions.”
All E_TJs showed significant left prefrontal cortex activity coupled with extensive activity in the C3 frontal left region of the brain that engages in factual storekeeping/reasoning, the temporal left side of the brain that conducts proper grammatical speech, left back occipital lobe that enjoys putting things into linear visual diagrams, and one small region of the frontal right hemisphere, just in back of the prefrontal cortex, that enjoys exact, literal details and resonates with value-laden speech. E_TJs show very little activity in the back right side of the brain, ENTJs show a little more right hemispheric activity relative to ESTJs, and women show “more diverse brain activity and respond more to social feedback” (which is one possible reason ENTJ women are more attentive to their appearance than men are, as you’ve stated before).
Such types are just made for politics, whatever ideology they end up choosing. FCIRs may readily engage four interior brain regions in all four of the quadrants used for multiple-angle logic, but they show much less activity on EEG in factual storekeeper C3, along with less decisiveness in general (right prefrontal cortex preference), which can sometimes be a hindrance in politics.