Friday, January 16, 2009

You Can Judge A Politician By His Handwriting

HINSDALE, Ill. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – President-elect Barack Obama could benefit from handwriting analysis when choosing the members of his cabinet.

Since discovering that his appointed Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner skipped out on $34,000 worth of taxes, Obama has been under scrutiny for his decision.

He could’ve saved himself time and embarrassment if he had only had Geithner’s scribble analyzed, according to handwriting expert Rose Matousek.

Matousek says you can tell a lot about an employee by the way they write, and recommends that Obama have an analysis done on all members of his team.

She explains, “If someone has erratic handwriting, they’re probably erratic in thought and therefore not very good people to have around. Some red flags are entangled writing or if the use of space is not comfortable to read.”

By checking handwriting, Matousek says Obama will know where “they’re coming from” and will have much success with his staff.

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