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Electile Dysfunction in the Time of Need
By Alvin C. Romer   
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Last edited: Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Posted: Tuesday, May 20, 2008

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Can’t get it up? Do you feel let down during that very special moment when the right decision-making and performance is crucial? Join me, if you will in a poignant analogy in keeping your mind in the right direction!

 There are times when we men feel that we can rule the world with two heads. Our macho disposition at times are known to get, and keep us in trouble when we are not responsive to stimuli; or if and when we are not attentive to our duties to satisfy and simplify. More often than not our minds wander at critical times, and we are rendered ineffective and useless. Let’s take for instance this present condition as it pertains to voting and the campaign for the presidency. Let’s use the campaign itself as the distaff side or the feminine version for sake of reference. The masculine reference will be generic and implied appropriately…and the reason I allude to the campaign itself is to illustrate how and when it’s time to perform, the general masses do not make the right decisions or they just fail to do what is needed for maximal results. Something happens and bang goes bust! You’re at the polls and you must make a decision for the candidate of your choice. You can actually smell it! The victory is at hand, and all you have to do is keep your mind on it and your eyes the prize. And then it happens…

For the sake and purpose of this essay, I will define a term most apropos here, and give props to a fellow writer who coined the phrase. Electile Dysfunction is the inability to become aroused over any of the choices for the President by either party in the 2008 election year. When people succumb to Electile Dysfunction, (ED), they may not be able to get excited about the upcoming election, or they have difficulty keeping excited until the end of the election. ED is sometimes called disenfranchisement where attention spans and spasms have gone awry and the mind is elsewhere. Many people have problems with candidates every once in a while, but with this type of dysfunction problems happen over and over again. ED can range from frequently not being able to get or keep the political excitement going, to never being able to achieve sustained political excitement until the job is finished.

There’s a fine line and an art to keeping your mind on what you are doing for a lasting effect to make your election a good call and true . People are important, but this is a solitary effort and one that you will have to live with. Nonetheless, you must get and maintain a firm staff and enough rigidness for the excitement to make a reasonable choice at the polls. Thus, a sequence of events must occur in the body, mentally and physically. To wit: Intellectual stimulation and a principled viewpoint trigger the brain to send nerve messages to the rest of the body. This signals blood to flow into the brain, which causes intestinal fortitude to come alive. Blood flows in and out of the brain until a sensible decision has been made. By this time there should be an enlargement of the very tool that will be influential. Remember, ED can happen when any one of these events is disturbed. Maybe you believe that not much can really be done for ED, but it’s treatable. Today more than ever, there are convenient and effective treatment options for ED. Know that proper and timely treatment can  cure ED, but it also is prominent in helping bring back the ability to make reasonable decisions. The mind needs to be in shape to know that the decision originally made should be on point for hard the results to make a difference! Deciding to treat ED is an important personal decision and designed for the ultimate reason to make the right decision in the first place. Are there implications here that something can actually go wrong? Can we fully stand up in this campaign? How can the right decision be apropos for all intended purposes?

First make wise choices based on how deep your penetration of their ability to articulate good accommodated access is to be judged. By this, you want them to be good conversationalists possessing good oral and written communicative skill. Secondly, you want them to be able to bend over backwards for you to support positions of worth. Last but certainly not least of all, they need to be adept at flexing muscles to allow compatibility to work in tandem with effective thrusts to hammer (y)our points home for the cause. In conclusion, be sure to address this situation as quickly as possible, and don’t be propagandized by the mainstream media and their ability to sabotage your joy!

 

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Reviewed by Caramel Vixen 5/24/2009
Great article Alvin :-)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/20/2008
Clever, clever you! Not only men suffering from ED, this woman is, too - don't like a one of the choices we've been given. Shame - I'll vote, though. Garfield the Cat is looking better and better all the time!! Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. *applause*



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