Thursday, January 13, 2005

What did you expect? Them to do the right thing? Have you finished digging your bunker yet?

Needed: A Crusader . NOW
I recieved this e-mail just as an observer I suppose, and to be made aware of our Federal Governments tactics of give and take. Read the Truthout article, then read the rage know I haven't composed my own rage into words as of yet.

Hi John, I need a man on a White Horse! I hope you are doing well; enough so you might get in the mood to furiously jump 'in the saddle' or in front of your computer! I need a crusader like you at this moment as I am FURIOUS...furious after reading the article at the above link, I just lost it completely and became ballistically incensed. I wish that you would read it, think on it and then blast these so-called 'people' in Washington into hell with your genius rhetorical ability! To think these astronomical sums have to be spent to put these idiots on parade! $3 million for reviewing stands! Damn, if average this amount is spent every four years on just this one project, just how much has been spent every four years, since forever, building reviewing stands? and what happened to those reveiwing stands after the parade, I wonder. AND nine balls! If only some of us had the funds to just buy a new everyday housedress or afford to shop the GoodWill store! To think of this assinine situation up there, then think on the many struggling to make ends meet daily, or not making ends meet, or starving, doing without proper nutrition daily AND having to pay taxes to pay for the likes of this! I am so angry I could easily crunch a black walnut shell casing into smithereens and possibly some political heads of state at the present moment. Grrrrr! Please: take it and run with it! Do you have any idea how important your part has been and is in changing this world at this time? It's great, I tell you.
I'll end my tirade now and go have me a real mental breakdown. Ha.
Carolyn Tester

I hope every reasonable person with a voice will 'mount their white horse' or saddle that seat before the most freeing voice we have left, our access to speak, the internet.

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Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Taking A Step Back

Take A Step Back, take a deep breath observe with caution, lots of caution, lots of care not to let the weaker parts of you fall to pieces.

This is real time I write, at this moment, truly humanizing to view such a photograph illustrating such destruction to lives. Stopped in their own moments of living by brut force, unimaginable last moments of life to the point there are no words just the photograph. Anyone can view it and feel the humbleness and compassion for those people in post-time our thoughts and strength should sound out to their passing as a horrible mistake we vow to correct. Forcing our correctiveness in manners that provide the survivors with protections, and embracing them with comfort to overcome.

Falling to pieces, my empathy grew leaps and bounds bringing tears then silence muffling the earlier anger I felt when reading the remarks loudly spewed like words from the core of hate. That post is yet to come as there is much to filter thru, and I am contemplating one issue of giving any such hate a sounding board at all other than to point to and say 'see how you are'.

Taking a step back, strengthening that hate shield that love provides my thoughts are kindly interrupted by a lone ladybug investigating the screen in front of me, I think she is hungry so I seek to find her food seeing how I already provide shelter for her clan.

Coalition for Election Fraud protest the vote

House GOP reverses course on ethics rules, retaining tough standards and reinstating party rule

Looking after taking the step.

The Big Picture: We've gone Map Crazy!


Popular Vote, Population Density

Proportional Electoral Map (my fave)

Red States Feed at Federal Trough, Blue States Supply the Feed So much for self-reliance

Where did their votes come from? (interesting 3D comparo)

County-by-County vote, with Population Self explanatory

Electoral College Over Represents Rural Areas

Voting: Free versus Slave States Look how far we’ve come as a country

Purple America (the sentimental favorite)

Red & Blue World (You know how the States voted; Here's how the World did)

The Kids Are Alright How the Youth of America voted . . .

Demographics versus Geography

2000 vs 2004 County by County Election Results

New America (redistricted)

and just for laughs, Jesusland


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Sunday, January 02, 2005

liberal Iraqi

liberal Iraqi I turned to there, but it was gone, problems censorship, hacked, wonder what happened ?

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