March 2012

Not Forever...

If only there were more politicians/leaders(?) with the courage to speak the truth. We can hope.

http://www.worldbulletin.net/?aType=haber&ArticleID=86600

UK lawmaker: "Israel is not going to be there forever"

Jenny Tonge, a member of the House of Lords, or upper chamber of the British parliament, has a track record of making comments about Israel.

College drinking game

Would be fun to watch/listen to Thom and have a drink every time hey says "Koch Bros" or "Corporations".

Senate Blunt Adm.

I was just watching the US Senate was Sen. Blunt wanted to put an amendment to the Transportion Bill for the same Health Bill for women contraceptive that would leave it up to the carrier to either pay or not pay for coverage according to their beliefs. What does this have to do with transportation? First they tried to add the pipeline to this bill now it's health care.(you know who their are) This bill is to bring jobs to the American people so I can't see why they try to hold it up. Sen. Boxer (God bless her) and Sen. Berney among others, stood up to table this bill and won.

THE INVISIBLE MAN?

Most people haven't heard of Ron Paul

An unassuming man of dignity n' grace

Who speaks truth, votes his heart n' that's not all

He's unafraid to stare corruption in the face

Although Paul has fared well in all debates

Are US Special Interest Groups ruining the World by having their way$$$ with other Countries?

Kill the Ugandan Gays, Brazil Agricultural deforestation, Israel War with Iran, Canada’s Keystone Pipeline, BP in Azerbaijan, etc. are US Special Interest Groups having their way$$$ with other Countries?

Ok fine, Obama is building his Keystone Pipeline, so what’s the plan on coping with +11F that is now setting in? A check from the Koch Brothers?!

Don’t say solar. Don’t say wind. Don't say end Coal. Not even higher miles per gallon. The +11 F is locked in. We could shut the planet down, leave, and come back in the year 2100 and it would be at least +11 F from what it is now.

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GOP Blocks Equal Pay...again.

Just in time for election season, Senate Republicans blocked legislation aimed at closing the gender pay gap. For the third time since 2012, Republicans refused to allow debate on the Paycheck Fairness Act, and reminded women that the GOP doesn't believe in equal pay for equal work.