Democrats lost the House because they weren't Progressive enough and more aggressive in passing what we elected them to do.
With the South, and most of the country, turning to the Republican Party for answers to our economic crisis, this recent story in the Washington Post by Peter Whoriskey, takes on new meaning.
"GREER, S.C. - When German automaker BMW put out the call recently to
hire a thousand factory workers here, the people who responded reflected
Houses burned, 85, 1985, Shamrock Disney Soya merged, North American Van Lines sold to Norfolk Southern.
When one looks into the genealogy of who was married to the Postmaster General's daughter in various states at various times, who were the state Secretaries of State, and who were governors, and what went on with utilities and communications, the Washington DC secret societies, compared with the present status of JABA the Central Bank, a secret numerical plot turns out to be the only sensible explanation for the present state of things.
I'm normally a very optimistic guy, but I can't be at this point. The Citizens United case changed the election landscape. The only hope we had of changing it back was in this election. We needed Democrats to maintain control of Congress, and then work implement law (and a Constitutional Ammendment) that take away corporate personhood. With the House falling under Republican control, the latter is not going to happen. This opens up the next election to the corporations.
This is video I made showing a first hand look at the fires that raged through several Detroit neighborhoods in early September 2010 - in the end burning down over 80 houses and garages before morning. Cause of the fires was illegal power hook ups - jumper cables to the power grid. Failure to cut down trees and bushes in these neighborhoods, combined with a very windy and dry evening resulted in a disaster. Residents complained of having called the utility multiple times about the illegal hook ups, but the utility denies all responsibility.
This is a video I made detailing the continuing housing crisis in the City of Detroit, Michigan, USA. Everything in the video was shot during a two week period from October 15th to October 31st 2010. In less than 5 minutes, over 1000 abandoned and forclosed properties from all parts of Detroit are shown in rapid succession. This is probably 1% of the total abandoned or foreclosed homes in the City. Note that in some areas, entire neighborhoods are now ghost towns.
Yesterday, Ohio election attorney Cliff Arnebeck filed a two-count complaint with the Ohio Election Commission against The Partnership for Ohio's Future, an affiliate of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, alleging two overarching charges under state racketeering laws.
Kudos to readers and writers who do not need to read the following sentence:
This is not going to take one or two election cycles... it is going to take hundreds.
Feel your heart sink? Don't let it.
"Never Give Up. No matter what is happening. No matter what is going on around you -- Never Give Up."
-- H.H. Dalai Lama
For shame, Thom --
Two callers mentioned they were from Bucyrus, Back in the 50s and 60s, every steam shovel and crane
in the U.S. bore the proud name 'Bucyrus.' Sister Mary Evelyn taught me how to pronounce it!
You're apparently not as old as you look!