One of the more bizarre takes on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's death comes fromAssociated Press business reporter Pamela Sampson (
“On Wednesday, the U.S. Attorney General testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and said, in a nutshell, that the biggest banks have become so large that even the government is loath to charge them with criminal wrongdoing, lest the entire economy become a shambles. And not only the domestic economy, mind you, but the entire world economy.”
Yea right, conservation is directly at odds with surplus capital accumulation, regardless of the consequences to the planet.
“A few years ago, the Democratic party bragged that it had adopted new rules barring corporate and individual donations over $100,000. Because of these rules, Democrats called their convention in Charlotte last year the “people’s convention.” However, just to make sure they had the money to fund the convention, the DNC secured a $10 million credit line from Duke Energy Corporation.
...the more effort put into concentrating wealth abroad, the more the impetus we give terrorists, and the more we have to crap on our own environment and society to “protect” ourselves. (<yawn> is this getting old yet?)
The GOP is so busy trying to do and say ANYTHING they can to screw Obama's legacy, they aren't paying attention to what it is doing to them politically in the long run and how ugly they look to the casual observer right now. The 2012 election showed this and 2014 will be no different. It may take a few more elections, but the GOP as currently configured is headed for the dustbin of political history -- permanently, largely thanks to the Obama Presidency.
There is a sign at the counter at each Post Office and it reads:
US POSTAL REGULATIONS
FORBIN THE HANDLING
OF MAIL ACROSS THE COUNTER
US POSTAL REG. DMM 951.72
No. After reading the following passage I think knowing that the cost of Climate Change and Dirt Energy Production fall disproportionally on the disadvantage both Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X would not approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.