Sunday, July 31, 2011

Today is the Sun Day our 2nd day of reflection.it is also the eve of my  direct deposit of my pension. After midnight I will know whether I pay bill or eat grass.





This statement pretty well sums it up for me and we (Mom and I) paid a high price for it,
"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

Saturday, July 30, 2011

I am a Dependant of our Treasury

We have a lot of dew on the windows this morning; it must have rained overnight.
A lot of folks in the area have a lot of Indian blood (North American) mixed with there blood.
Personally my blood is a Mixture called Mexican with a mixture of South American Indian and Spanish blood. My wife is a mixture of Russian (Georgia) and English (Briton) that dates back to Moses. And of course our children are a mixture of all those plus those cultures. Our grand children are even more as my daughter married locally.

The poor Americans Indian suffered from the Spanish, European and Asian invasions; they did not have a chance as wave after wave of immigrants moved into America (North and South). At this moment a South American Invasion is upon us and there is not much we can do other than bar the gates and were not prone to do that.


I am a Dependant of our Treasury
Back in 1968 I agreed to work for less wages if the United States Federal Government took care of my Retirement and Health Benefits. We co-signed an agreement as did every United States Federal Employee did we were non-union other than being together as United States Federal Employees; we worked for less so that our future was secure.
July 30, 2011
Now we have a younger generation (also in Congress) that does not give a rats ass about any co-signed contract.
I am a Dependant of our Treasury

Mitch McConnell, Rand Paul and Ed Whitfield

This statement pretty well sums it up for me and we (Mom and I) paid a high price for it,
"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

Friday, July 29, 2011

Kentucky Indian Tribes

Good Morning from Western Kentucky (It is generally accepted that the historic Native American tribes who hunted in what is now Kentucky referred to the region as Catawba, or some similar variant. The origin of Kentucky's modern name (variously spelled Cane-tuck-ee, Cantucky, Kain-tuck-ee, and Kentuckee before its modern spelling was accepted)comes from an Iroquois word meaning "meadow lands", referring to the buffalo hunting grounds in Central Kentucky's savanna. Members of the Haudenosaunee, the Iroquois Confederacy, were historically based in New York and Pennsylvania. They penetrated to this area of the Ohio River Valley and drove other tribes out in order to control more hunting land. In addition to buffalo, they trapped beaver for the lucrative fur trade with the French and English, long before European-American settlement in this area).

Mom is off to work and I will mow the lawn when the dew leaves the grass blades. At the moment it is breakfast for me and a cup of coffee.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Fresh Water

I am going to wish that 25 billionaires build 30 water plants around Africa and pump fresh water into the interior.
It is a very good morning. It is peaceful in this area of the planet earth. The cats are sleeping, the birds are singing, the sky is clear and I hear a ringing in my ears which is normal for a creature of my age.
Mom is off work and asleep and I am the only one that can aggravate her today which is a good thing she needs to rest her body.
I am always very selfish in my thinking and what is around me is what I take care of. At the moment it is only mom and her cats, the pool and gods little organic acre.
I want my sphere to encompass the planet but that is impossible so I will keep to myself and be as selfish as I can. The world will have to wait as my way of life is threatened, food and garden first, then barter what I can.

Click to See the National Debt From the Year 2001 to 2011

Ten graphs that prove the United States is a low-tax country

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Mitch Predicts Obama Will Fail

Knowing the politics of a failed credit rating for a nation is a blessing to the mind of Senator Mitch McConnell who is gambling on the credit failure as a blessing for the GOP. Mitch is gambling that the president and the democrats will take the heat when the government fails causing an overwhelming gain for the Republican Party.



"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

Trickle-down economics

Well the way I see it the money went up and the poverty came down to me.
You remember Obama and Bush sending money to Wall Street to bail them out hoping that by doing that the money would trickle down (local jobs). Well that never happened they just invested it in their personal causes (family and friends).
Mom says we now have a, " Poverty Down Economy" and I am pretty sure you all believe that unless your flying over town in your airplane.
I started using Google Chrome as a browser when Firefox started acting up here and on my Gmail accounts and I am starting to post a little late as my NARFE website had a problem which I solved mentally and not physically.
I asked mom to get me Windows 7 for my birthday (she asked what I wanted and it was an external hard drive for back up or Windows 7 and I chose Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade). I never thought of changing until my friend Ron upgraded from Vista. So I checked to see if I could and Microsoft said, "Windows 7 Premium or Windows 7 Ultimate" are suitable for our computer.

Happy Birthday Ron

Happy Birthday Ron

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Mom said the store was eerily quiet

Mom said the store was eerily quiet, so quiet that they had to turn on the radio to help drive the silence away. I assume that folks that normally shop now are holding on to their cash since August 2 is so close. The young can hunt  but the elderly will quietly fade away.
I wrote Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky and told him to protect my contract with the government (pension) and he said that we all must meet our obligations and do our part in easing the debt.
Other than that it is a beautiful day in Kentucky, birds are singing and my air pump is rattling against the fish tank cabinet as it always does.
Yesterday I asked one of our white cats to go out and catch some food (I was asking her to be a cat) and you know what she did; she caught a bird.
I went to the doctor yesterday and asked him about my leg and he said something burst inside and it is causing all the pain and it should go away in a few days and if not come back. I ask him if he was going to retire and he said probably not since things have changed for him also. We have known him for 31 years and he also worked on the river as a deck hand when he was going to school so I may have seen him then when I worked at Lock 50 in the 1970’s or Smithland in the 1980’s. He remembers Lock 50 and its wild cowboy like currants.
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Locking Towboats at Lock 50
My struggle is no different than any other man. Man has labored from dusk to dawn to survive.
Some have struggled as slaves and some as wage laborers. They have all toiled in salt stinging sweat and some have toiled in cold shivering icy weather.
I have come to work and walked from one end of these lock 50 walls to the other ends of these walls for eight hours; I have walked up a cold icy wall to relieve another lockman, turned and faced and icy blizzard while holding a lock line for a towboat. The deckhand will stand on ice that has splashed over the front of the barges the towboat is pushing. The ice looks like chocolate milk that has dropped from a baby's high chair and flown back up and froze in place. The deckhand works the heavy line while standing on the cold steel deck of the coal barge. It is slow moving and cold, (see how narrow the lock wall is in the photo (there is water on both sides of the wall so I have only one way to move as the line sings) I walk and place a line on a mooring pin on the lock wall, and I walk swiftly away as the line tightens, narrows and sings. Then the line slacks and I move forward and retrieve the line and walk another fifty feet and repeat the process.
The line tightens narrows and sings again, I have moved away swiftly knowing that the line will kill if it breaks and flies threw the air like a rubber band. The icy blowing snow and air still stings my face and numbs my feet. The line is taught the cumbersome mass of cold steel and coal slowly, slowly, very slowly moves closer to the wall. I stomp my feet and the cold pain move slowly up my legs. We all wait, we are cold but we all wait for the mass to be aligned with the wall. The water current tugs toward the middle of the river pulling the heavy weight away from the wall. There is a constant battle between the line and the water current. The coal-sooted line is so hot that it smokes with friction as it moves around the timberheads. We are moving closer to the lock. Fifty feet at a time we move the line and repeat the process. We are numb, we are paid to be numb and cold and to catch and walk the lines. The lock is getting closer and as soon as the front of the barge is inside the protective walls our numbing chore ends.
Once he is inside I can walk to the center of the lock and log what time he entered the lock. (The Lock shack is visible in the photo above). My hands shake as I remove my gloves and grab a pencil. The log is supposed to be neat but shaking hands and drops of melting snow make it impossible. The small guard type shack is small; the floor is covered with wet melting snow, it is a painted gray wood. The paint is worn white by the constant movement of heavy boots. I shake my hands and try to warm them in this confined area. My nose and cheeks are red and wet. In a minute or two I'll continue on to the other end of the lock and help the deckhand secure the barges.
And:
Sometimes the weather is balmy and nice, at other times the temperature is ninety degrees and the humidity is eighty, water and sweat run until your clothes are wet, sopping wet. The steel barges retain the heat and cook the bottom of your soles. The salt cakes around your eyes and burns you.
Just another day at Lock 50.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Rep. Issa: US deserves to have credit downgraded if spending isn't addressed

Does that mean that his credit goes below 600 too?

Over all it is a good morning.

Good morning is a salutation. Letters and words that express what my eyes see this very morning. Letters and words that express that within this human being there is love for the planet and it's inhabitants. It is true that some are pitiful and ugly of mind but overall the planet survives and that is the view that Jesus saw when he ask god to forgive them.
I am not a worshiper of Christianity I am a believer in the planet earth and the place it occupies.We are only the humans that occupy the planet. We are very harsh on other being on the planet. We have enslaved the fruit trees, the beasts, pushed them and ate them. Some we have pushed toward the cliffs.
Over all it is a good morning.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Mom is out swimming, I just got up.
Today is Sunday and I think I will rest today.
We have steam on the windows and blue skies this morning.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Mom and I went swimming at 6 AM this morning. She works 8 hours today ( 40 hours this week) and 16 hours next week. It must some kind of productivity test for her to see how much work she gets done in 40 hours this week and 16 hours next. I think Walmart is under pressure to run their stores on automatic (make profit for nothing). 
If the country defaults on their loan, those of us that get paid from the United States Federal Government do not get paid. I get to live like I did in the 1960's (mom's going to be pissed). The poor banks will not get to profit from my paycheck (they earn money on it over the weekend before they post it (imagine 1,000 checks not being direct deposited into our local bank)). Imagine whats going to happen when the mortgage comes do for 1000 folks here in town. It will be fun and maybe a little dangerous (I may have to save up for a holster and  pistol).





Friday, July 22, 2011

Contract From America

I signed a contract with the Untied States Federal Government, who did you sign a contract with?
My contract said that I was to give up some pay for a pension and a health plan. I signed when I joined the United States Federal Government.
Who is this contract for? It is certainly not what our Congressmen signed when they Pledged their loyalty to the United States Constitution and decided to work for their constituents and not the "Contract From America". Do I see a hint of treason here?

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"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty, and justice for all."

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

This song pretty well describes the labor involved in raising the dam.

As I hear the nonsense going on in the House of Representatives as the "T Party " movement really doesn't care what I did for the government I am not entitled as to what I receive in my pension or health care as promised by contract.
I will soon lose my pension and health care when the country defaults on their loans to China (See loans to China).

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Happy Birthday Eric
Mom went for a swim and I watched the shuttle land for the last time. An international space program has just been launched as the United States cuts it's ties and goes on a budget. Blue suits and red conservative ties build the new branch to the bank while grandma rocks in poverty.

Kids safer with grandparents behind the wheel

Swing sets and ball games, Dairy Queen and Lolly Pops.
Jesus, Rolling Stones and Santana

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Generation Gap
When I was growing up there was no bridge (or less of a bridge) to cross over to the ideas of the young. There was a “Generation Gap”,  a place where the older generation could not understand the younger generation. I think the older generation was stuck in their ideals, would not budge. Maybe, a little stubborn, like a spoiled child. I can still see that stubbornness when I walk by with my long hair, they assume the notions that make good gossip. Some are old and senile, stuck and stubborn, some are of open mind.
Hopefully my mind is open, willing to listen to the young, leaving the door open for a child's mind.
I understand that they have a mind of their own. I am willing to understand.
I lay a foundation of understanding, of equal understanding.
Sometimes children want something from us that we can not give. We can give them time, a moment together, a sharing of space and time, no words, no understanding, just being together,
then understanding pops up like a cork.
For thirty years I have tried to live with everyone, seeing the being before me.
Understanding what is before me, they are a human, being.
I see. What a simple statement.
These are somethings I learned in the sixties. 

Three MIA World War II soldiers finally laid to rest

Name tags, dental records and DNA.
We sometimes do not like the idea of being tagged but in cases like this it helped place three men in a area that needed to be found and identified.
We can thank all those folks for their concern.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

It is steamy and hot this morning in Western Kentucky. As I sit my nostrils are filled with the smell of Tylenol Precise (Ben Gay) and it is a little overwhelming. I rubbed it around my left knee and left ankle ( I seemed to have stretched my leg a little to far and injured the muscles and ligaments).

There are no sounds of war near me nor is the water quality that I am drinking filled with some disease. The sky is blue and the leaves are bright dark tropical green, our lawn is lush and thick and our pool is crystal clean.

Monday, July 18, 2011

He is old , why does he sit still?

Why is this new day so new? We have never been here before? This is an entirely new era or moment in time. Is this really something we have to be thankful for? So whats the big deal? Well to me it places the life of the planet entirely on my shoulders. We as human beings have removed obstacles that were in our way, wolves, bears, tigers, trees, Et cetera and native sons.
Why do I say a prayer? Well I am just thankful to have a new day. It won't be long when I will be pushing up daisies ( I am figuring 25 years). Well what does the prayer sound like? Well it's this voice and this feeling, whispers and just ghosts...... in this loud noise we occupy.
http://www.laurelrose.com/LR2/OHHALO.HTM
http://www.laurelrose.com/INCARNATION.HTM 
http://www.laurelrose.com/DOIHAVE.HTM

Sunday, July 17, 2011

It is Sunday morning, the sun day. That is we are to observe or acknowledge the sun as the source of warmth an offers us a climate to grow in thought and flower.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

It is peaceful outside my door this morning. The 405 is news in the distant West, it has no meaning here. Noisy city streets are just words to me. I have to go to youtube to hear them. The ringing in my ears is the loudest sounds I hear.
I have to confirm to my being to look at a calendar and view the date (16th day of July) and the day of the week (Saturday). Oh my another day of prayer. Is it just America that established two days of prayer and called it the weekend, "Thank God it's Friday!" , "Gee I'm glad this weeks over!"
Did you know that corporate America removed the weekend from their job calendar. Now America works 12 hour shifts and moves the weekends wherever they please. Now America plays on weekends (anytime their off).
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Can you name the slave societies?  I know of five, Egypt (Let my people go!), The American South (Massa), India's Cast System, medieval Europe's Feudal System and America's Waitresses.
Anymore?

H.R. 2018: Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act of 2011

From Ohio History:"

Cuyahoga River Fire

On June 22, 1969, an oil slick and debris in the Cuyahoga River caught fire in Cleveland, Ohio, drawing national attention to environmental problems in Ohio and elsewhere in the United States.
This Cuyahoga River fire lasted just thirty minutes, but it did approximately fifty thousand dollars in damage -- principally to some railroad bridges spanning the river. It is unclear what caused the fire, but most people believe sparks from a passing train ignited an oil slick in the Cuyahoga River. This was not the first time that the river had caught on fire. Fires occurred on the Cuyahoga River in 1868, 1883, 1887, 1912, 1922, 1936, 1941, 1948, and in 1952. The 1952 fire caused over 1.5 million dollars in damage.
On August 1, 1969, Time magazine reported on the fire and on the condition of the Cuyahoga River. The magazine stated,
Some River! Chocolate-brown, oily, bubbling with subsurface gases, it oozes rather than flows. "Anyone who falls into the Cuyahoga does not drown," Cleveland's citizens joke grimly. "He decays". . . The Federal Water Pollution Control Administration dryly notes: "The lower Cuyahoga has no visible signs of life, not even low forms such as leeches and sludge worms that usually thrive on wastes." It is also -- literally -- a fire hazard.
Because of this fire, Cleveland businesses became infamous for their pollution, a legacy of the city's booming manufacturing days during the late 1800s and the early 1900s, when limited government controls existed to protect the environment. Even following World War II, Cleveland businesses, especially steel mills, routinely polluted the river. Cleveland and its residents also became the butt of jokes across the United States, despite the fact that city officials had authorized 100 million dollars to improve the Cuyahoga River's water before the fire occurred. The fire also brought attention to other environmental problems across the country, helped spur the Environmental Movement, and helped lead to the passage of the Clean Water Act in 1972."

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Puppies and Folk

It is a Thursday and the weather is comfortable. Mom is off work and she plans to mow as her means of being comfortable (she likes it). I am going to cut a small tree down. But at the present I am writing and checking email and saying good morning. "Good Morning" is a salutation similar to "Aloha" it means a lot of things but generally it is a means of saying, "I am aware of your presence and I am glad that you are there".

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

We had rain last night (1.87 ")  and it cooled the pool and I am going in to clean it this morning. The last two days the water has been too too hot to swim in. It was like a sauna.

It is peaceful here in Western Kentucky. The law states (local, state, Federal and religious) that it is illegal to be violent so we are not violent. That is not to hard to understand or follow.
We grow gardens and talk, raise children without explosives and generally have a barbecue when we can.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The Bank Closed

It never rains on a mailman?

I did not do anything yesterday but wash some dishes. Waited for mom to do some chores outdoors but she called and cancelled. Stay cool was all she said.
I have that luxury but some folks have to work outside in weather like this ( the air conditioner guy, the lock and dam guy, city maintenance, school maintenance, mailmen). Some folks have no air conditioners and rely on floor fans to stay cool.

Monday, July 11, 2011

It is hot and humid in Western Kentucky our tomatoes are just loving it. The heat index is over a 100 degrees. I wanted to cut my small tree down but mom wants me to wait until it cools a bit.
Tomorrow the baseball industry has an All Star Game.

Happy Birthday Zac

Friday, July 8, 2011

STS-135 Space Shuttle

Atlantis traveling at 2600 mile per hour on it's way to orbit above the planet earth and rendezvous with the International Space Station.

Family Tree Maker 2011 Platinum

This is what Mom and I use to do our Family Tree. Mom uses it in combination with Ancestry Dot Com. They are a great pair together. The remarkable thing is that it is scary how it searches the Internet for family members. It works similar to how Internet databases work, it is alive online and active. It is just not on your computer it is everywhere on the web. Do not let me frighten you because it is perfectly secure and great for those searching for family. I recommended it for all our family doing research. It is worth the price.

iPhone

It is raining outside this morning. It is perfect weather for our tomatoes because it is hot and humid. My fence really works because the deer have stayed away (crossed fingers). I am cleaning the carpet this morning (vacuum and shampoo) plus doing some bedding for mom.
 I am the "The Pool Guy", "The Lawn Guy", " The Dishes Guy", "My Own Laundry Guy" (not moms I shrink too many things, " OOPS!!"). Plus I do the Web Pages for NARFE, The Drug Coalition and Laurelrose. If I get an iPhone then I will do "GraveSite WebSite" for folks at a cost ( no free lunch here). My worst enemy is our rock pile and sink hole combination. I think I will have to hire out this job since the rock pile hurts my back.
Dad's Grave

Thursday, July 7, 2011

I am up a little late this morning. The sun is shinning very brightly an the air seems clear though the trip to Nashville provided a lot of haze over their city. I am feeling well and tired even though I did not do anything yesterday but ride with mom.
Once the dew leaves the grass I will mow the lawn as it is very thick and healthy.

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

W went to mom's knee doctor in Nashville and mom was told she was in great shape. She was told how to strengthen her back and legs.




Good morning. It is sunny and clear this morning, water is falling, birds are singing and pumps are buzzing. It is peaceful here in Western Kentucky.
Mom and I were talking while moving about the pool when we realized that we have a very large yard in the city limits in Marion, Kentucky. Most yards in our neighborhood have at least 1/2 an acre, we have 3/4 of an acre in our yard.
With an addition of a buried fence a person could have a nice yard for a dog, our yard is that big and comfortable.
My sister Sandy in Berea has a nice big yard but she is not in the city limits of Berea, Kentucky, She is about a mile or so out of town. She may have an acre and a half.
Ron who is renting has about 10 acres around his place; his place is very quiet and peaceful.

Streaming Netflix

I stream NetFlix with a Sony WIFI Blue Ray Player and an ... AT@T ...DSL... connection.





Happy Birthday Jenny

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Commodore 64

I am setting up the Commodore 64 this morning (MS-DOS Basic) for Natasha and I ( I need to brush up on the basic) ( I think I have about 50 Compute magazines somewhere). I can move the basic over to turbo pascal and use it on my PC. I had a terrible time finding the antenna input on the TV.
12 noon
I have it hooked up and running. I had a bad connection and the picture was there but filled with static until I fiddled the wire and it cleared up. I did not hook up the drive as I do not have any disks as of yet.

This one is for Ron

Today I rest and it is indeed a good morning.

Two things come to mind.
1. Teaching my step-brother how to blow up party balloons for longevity.
2. The concept of being free in a civilized society.

Number one is convincing Ron that it is perfectly proper to feel pain when blowing up party balloons as a way to please my sister Sandy and improve his longevity on the planet earth.

Number two I heard this morning when a group of scholars were just now understanding the Garden of Eden and the variables of utopia and driving/roadway traffic lanes.
It was nice to hear them as they had written books on their explanations.


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I will go get our Commodore 64 and set it up and place under our TV in the living room and that is it for the day. Maybe I will place photos in our Family Page on Laurel Rose Dot Com. As long as we pay for it it will remain online.

Monday, July 4, 2011

The Social Networks

The Social Networks have moved families closer together and garnered family histories and Folklore.
This is certainly true in our families case where 6 or 7 families have ties to my wife and I.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Senator: Budget deal starts with Obama, GOP leaders

I remember Obama compromising with Health Care until the Republicans just ruined it. Obama compromised with the Bush Tax cuts and extended them until now the Republicans want no changes in the tax structure.
I stand firm, "No Compromise!" because I know what is on their minds.

Here it is:
"Senate Minority Leader Massa Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

I like President Obama and will give him my vote in the next election.
Good Morning.
It is sunny and warm and mom and I are going in the pool at 0900. Our new cover is heavy and we must separate it into two manageable parts. So that is what we will do, but first we will swim or relax.
How many of you knew Lucy Diaz? Well I know of three folk plus her children and grand children.
How many of you you knew Mary Hatcher? Well I know of two people plus her children and grand children.
Mary and Lucy were the kindest and nicest human beings I have ever known. Thy both would give you the last piece of bread on the planet because that was the way they were. They both fussed at you in the most comfortable way and made you feel at home. Just nice human beings.

1015
We are having a lox and bagel brunch this morning. We did swim ( we just got out) and mom decided to have brunch before separating the pool cover. No problem I love lox and bagels.

Saturday, July 2, 2011

It is sunny and warm this morning, I was going to weed some more but mom wanted to replace the pool cover so I will today.
Pleasant comfortable and cool.
Land with a view is cheap in Kentucky. Settlement in Kentucky is an "at-risk" mentally since the "Hatfield–McCoy feud","Daisy Mae's" southern look, drawl and NASCAR's beginnings.
0800
The pool cover is changed now I need to clean under the refrigerator. (I can not believe I spelled refrigerator correctly, that is a first). Our drain from the freezer to the pan below was stopped up in the trap on the back of the refrigerator (the trap is just like under your sink but smaller). You can see it immediately if it is visibly.

White House Salaries Total $37.1 Million In 2011 Vs $38.8 Million In 2010

Minn. vulnerable feel pinch of government shutdown

"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

Deficit battle shaping up as GOP victory

"Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”"

Friday, July 1, 2011

Rachel Maddow and Mitch McConnell

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s remarkably honest confession to National Journal’s Major Garrett that “The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president”
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It is remarkable that one human being would sacrifice his state and state of being to sit pat (as in poker) on the lives of the poor and elderly in the area we live in.
It is remarkable that one human being would sacrifice a country for the benefit of his thought.
Good Morning.
It is cloudy and it looks like rain but the weatherman says it is going to rain in Illinois and not Kentucky. Illinois is just 12 miles north of Marion, Kentucky.
I feel good and my thought s are pleasant; there is no violence in the area. It is against the law (local, state, federal and religious).
Our laws are in the courts and not the streets. Understanding and free speech are in the streets and minds.
I am going over to the news and see where the violence is?
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"Court says OK to violence, not sex!?"

Happy Birthday Jane

Spinners and Scare Crows.

Good Morning, I have a scarecrow and some movable flying spinners to keep the deer out of my garden. I learned that deer see blue and gre...