It always pays to read through a pol's public replies, no matter how banal or boring they might seem. Even if they come from some of the most incredibly boring and banal pols imaginable. Eric Cantor, House Majority Ldr. certainly fits that description. Tucked way at the bottom of his reply to the Supreme Court's decision on Obamacare handed down earlier this morning, Cantor felt the need to go populist (well by his standards, anyway.) But he sure left out a huge participant in his ideal team of cooperators when it comes to making significant health care decisions ...
$7.00 to flush a toilet?! Don't laugh, of course like gasoline it would only be $3.50 if it weren't for Wall Street Traders.
This article is just a taste of things to come if Wall Street continues its progress in commercializing fresh water….if it hasn’t already done so.
DC Law firm drafts opinion supporting mandate that the 99% do their banking with Jamie Dimon and Goldman Sachs.
and Obama is expected to capitulate.
Source of Obama’s Energy Policy Revealed: Exxon CEO admits burning fossil fuels is Warming the Planet but that society can adapt.
Like those in the path of the Colorado fires are adapting, or those that are starving from crop failure are adapting, or how those countless societies throughout the globe will adapt when the Oceans’ become devoid of sustenance.
In your mother’s love, life makes you a promise at the dawn of life that it will never keep. We are then forced to eat cold until the end of our days. After that, every time a woman takes you in her arms and presses you against her heart, these are but condolences. We always come barking at our mother’s tomb like an abandoned dog. Never again, never again, never again. Adorable arms around your neck and very soft lips talk to you about love, but you are already aware. You went up to the source very early and you drank it all.
Gilit Allah yom hit miladi 
Followed by the cry
"Eszhi bilazhy." 
Maybe I have a great bias
But dreams can come true
Like that of Sheik Zayed's.
From tribes to the streets we roamin'
Who saw the omens.
Hoping for the Emira 
To see beyond the sky's limits
In his Emirat. 
And when I say this, man