This video was created several months ago in response to a Facebook page promoting a 'prayer' calling for God to kill our president. Our counter-site, a petition site on Facebook now has nearly one million followers who reject with revolting display of hatred and racism.
I'm posting the video here in light of Glenn Beck's shameless act this weekend.
Find it here too...
Just another disgrace for my state.
What is that old saying?
Don't count your eggs before they are laid?
Let's update that one.
Don't count on your eggs after they are laid.
“The most dangerous burqua is the one you don’t know you are wearing.” Poster, The Most Dangerous Burqua by Massimiliano Geraci and Emanuele Pistola (Cyberzone), Italy. (by permission)
As with any work of art, the poster presented here inspires many interpretations. For me, it fits perfectly with my present understanding of our best American flaw, the one that enables irrational wars, torture, global climate change, and so many of the ills we suffer, day to day.
The Basic Political Problem = Must first be solved before any progress can be made on any of the problems =
Please ask EVERY politician ... "Please tell me (us) what process can be pursued to eliminate ALL corporations from any political efforts, allowing human citizens to control our country ..
If you are here in the United States without permission (visa expired, snuck in, whatever), I am inviting you to all turn yourselves in. And I also invite you to turn in your employers if you did not use fake identification. Stop being afraid, stop resisting. There is due process in this country.
GOP leaders are decrying New York’s proposed Muslim-sponsored Park 51 Community Center (a.k.a. “The Ground Zero Mosque,” in fear-speak) as a “sensitivity” issue, grudgingly conceding the Constitutional right to build it but nonetheless opposing it because its location is offensive to some...
If you happen to see this, I was wondering if you read or heard about Neal Gabler's recent article in the L.A. Times, "Disincentivizing Greed." He discuses the history of the tax rates and would agree that raising the top rate back near 90 percent would reign in wall street better than regulatory reforms. He also mentions, like you do, that the problems began when Reagan dropped the top tax rate from 70 percent to 50 and then down to 28 in 1988. Check it out at the link I copied in. Thanks for all that you do.