John I am busy, way to busy to worry about Maryland.
That's your job. Everybody has to take care of their own backyard.
There are Faxes and Emails to send everyday, a letter to the editor
of your local paper at least once or twice a month. Find a candidate
running for office (any office) in your immediate vicinity, that suits
your beliefs, and volunteer in his/her campaign. If every one just
does a little bit the job will get done.
Jon, good to hear from you, I think.
Have no idea what the car thing is about.
As for the oil spill, for now it is a Florida west coast problem,
but since it has little chance of being controled in my lifetime,
it is just a matter of time till the 'gulf-stream' picks it up and
sends it all the way to England. As for BP contributions, It would
be almost impossible to connect them to relaxed regulation.
The well in question went down during the middle of the Bush reign.
Besides BP had little to do with the actual well installation. While BP
was the largest contributor to the democrat party of all the oil co's
In the big picture their total contributions to BHO was less than 1%
of the 750mil+ that BHO used to buy the White House. The main
reason this well failed is a combination of the well driller cutting
corners and the nobody in the BHO administration with enough oil
experience to fill a standard one quart oil can. ( of course I am still
leaving open the possiblity of under-handed sabotage) As you recall
nobody was paying attention. The people that were supposed to be
montering the wells for the gov. were all fired a few weeks before
because they were all spending 8+ hrs a day watching Porn on their
gov. computers. As for Mr Hayworth's stonewalling you have to remember
the first member of BHO's administration to show up on the scene was
his Atty. Gen. Eric Holder. When the top prosecutor of the US is the first
person I meet I too quickly develope loss of memory and lack of
Jon, so sorry your message has sat here for almost a month,
but this is the first I have been by this site in a month.
Let me tell you my sad tale. I belong to over 40 sites, I run
10 So Fl groups, have my own Ning page, a blog over on Google,
and am actively involved in 6 Nat. 8 State and 3 local election
campaigns, D-2 committeeman PBC/REC, own and run a company,
and try to find a little time to be a halfass husband to my wife of 35 yrs.
This (TPO) is in the specialty catagory in my collections and I only
get by here when I have a post that fits here.
I live in Jupiter Florida and as far as my opinion of whats going on in
my beloved America, the simple answer is "It Sucks" to get a more
detailed explanation here is a link to my Google blog, "BigbareSays" http://bigbaresays.blogspot.com/on the site is a list of some
of the other places I live. If you look over my blog and check out
some of my other places you will get a pretty good idea of where I'm
at and where I stand on most issues. Thats the best I can do for you
Jonathan because there is a character limit in the comment section
here that would not even begin to allow me to get started on what is
going on in America. Thanks for asking and sorry again about the lag.
Yikes !!! Ocasio-Cortez: We Need A ‘Multigendered, Multigeographic’ United States
The United States of America needs to be “multigendered” and “multigeographic,” according to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), who endorsed fellow socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at the “Bernie’s Back Rally” in New York on Saturday.
The freshman lawmaker and “Squad” member officially endorsed Sanders during a rally in Queensbridge Park in Long Island City, New York, on Saturday and called for more diversity in the U.S., arguing that it should not only be “multiracial” and “multigenerational” but “multigeographic” and “multigendered.”
“We need a United States that really, truly, and authentically is operated, owned, and decided by working – and all – people in the United States of America,” Ocasio-Cortez said to applause.
“That is what it – it is multiracial, multigendered, multigenerational, and multigeographic,” she said, failing to elaborate on what that specifically looks like.
“We have to come together, not ignoring our differences but listening to them, prioritizing them, understanding injustice,” she continued.
The socialist lawmaker also implied that rampant racism is still alive and well in the U.S., telling the crowd that it is essential to understand “that we operate in a context where slavery evolved into Jim Crow, evolved into mass incarceration, [and] evolved into the realities we have today.”