Mar 18, 2009

AIG's CEO Liddy on Capitol Hill 3.18.09

As Congress revs up for Wednesday's performance at the Capitol Hill Theater today, AIG's CEO Edward Liddy makes ready to participate in a shadow play 'duel' with our erstwhile representatives.

Since the out-of-bounds Moon will remain in the adventurous sign of Sagittarius today until 5:18 pm edt, I thought to look at the Sun Pisces-Moon Sag blend to see what's afoot on the political stage - and if anything interesting is peeking out from the frilly undergarments of political thespianism.

Will all actors manage to save their bacon and cover their culpable patooties? Will thongs get themselves in a twist before the curtain lowers? It promises to be an emotionally volatile day, so read on...

Sun Pisc-Moon Sag is a steamy Water-Fire blend that can cleanse, sterilize - and scald. Known for moodiness and passionate emotions, this blend can be courageous and vulnerable at the same time.

The ability to step back and take an impersonal view is lacking and volatility of fanatic proportions makes cool reasoning capacity next to impossible to achieve.

This results in instability and impracticality, two traits the American people often witness coming from Capitol Hill, much to our dismay. Today's congressional sessions may not run smoothly, m'peops with much drama in the script and out own outrage fueling the proceedings.

Yet with Sun in Pisces, Moon in Sagittarius, there exists social awareness and generosity, but perhaps the generosity has already gone into the wrong coffers, many of them in the UK.

Yet today's show must go on so that Congress can look as if it's making efforts on behalf of US taxpayers. The natives are restless and so is the Sun Pisc-Moon Sag combo of energies.

This is a humble and noble blend that judges others' weaknesses generously to the point of being a real sucker for a sob story, so we'll see what justifications Mr. Liddy comes up with.

Sun Pisc-Moon Sag needs to pin itself down to dealing with manageable-sized problems and must pay attention to details so that something productive may result. It's a very creative, poetic blend but when dealing with crooks, embezzlers, and syndicate types, naivete must be avoided.

This blend is shared natally by several notables: Copernicus, Billy Crystal, Jackie Gleason, Victor Hugo, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Rupert Murdoch, and...

Albert Einstein, who said, "The important thing is not to stop questioning."

Quite appropriate for today's Capitol Hill Theater performance, Albert, thanks!

Images for Integration: 'Einstein's Theory of Relativity...A black woman priest in the confessional hears a tale of woe from a white converted scientist and they fall in love.' Sun Sign-Moon Sign by Charles & Suzi Harvey.)

A virtual lovefest isn't on my menu for today's questions and answers, is it on yours?

Now given that in recent days Congress tends to go into evening hours, we see that the Moon reaches World Point 00Cap00 at 5:18 pm edt which changes the atmosphere into Sun Pisc-Moon Cap, a Water-Earth blend...the day goes from steam to mud!

Sun Pisc-Moon Cap's Images for Integration: 'An old freighter chugs toward the port, bringing in the goods...A famous actress leaves her estate to the Actors' Pension Fund.'

(It's very sad for me to note that Natasha Richardson's catastrophic skiing accident could be indicated here and my heart goes out to her and her family at this difficult time.)

Sun Pisc-Moon Cap is shared natally by: George Washington, Samuel Pepys, Percival Lowell, Anais Nin, Philip Roth, Walter Schirra, and Dinah Shore.

Well, the 'goods' have already been distributed by the Bush administration's 'Bailout' heist so whether Congress can call AIG bonuses back to port is doubtful. That Congress can invent some other method of calming the natives remains to be seen.

Peek from the Jungle, a drawing imported from Secret Moon Art for restless natives everywhere.

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