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Friday, April 6, 2012

Good Friday

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Ohio will be a battleground come November, but the big money groups are spending lavishly now in hopes of unseating the Senate's best economic populist. READ MORE

THAT FEELS SOO TRUE!!!!! After all, this Ohioan has sat through one attack ad after another attack ad since before the Election of 2011.  The money that is pouring into Ohio to defeat Freshman Senator Sherrod Brown is unbelievable and unprecedented and coming in from all corners of the country. After all, who else could pay Californian Right-Wing Nut Pat Boone to come to Ohio and attack our Good Senator.
 The original Good Friday was the Day that We Christians believe that Jesus was Crucified for our sins, but Ultra-Right-Wingers like Pat Boone, do more to undo all of Jesus' teachings than Hell could even begin to hope to do. IF only--If only--They could get off of enforcing 'THE LAW' and learn to give Grace and not Judgment; learn to give Love and not condemnation.

AFTER ALL, AS I HAVE WRITTEN BEFORE AND WILL CONTINUE TO WRITE UNTIL THIS WRONG IS RIGHTED--WITH RIGHT-WINGERS LIKE THESE, such as Pat Boone, WHO NEEDS AN ANTI-CHRIST?? WHO NEEDS THE BEAST??  When Pat Boone and other Ultra-Right Wing Christians are doing such a good job in dividing and sub-dividing the Body of Christ.

After all, Realistically speaking the one and only thing that we Christians absolutely need to agree on is Jesus the Christ the Risen Son of God--died for the sins of all on that Good Friday, more than that is a lie and deception from the pit of Hell, because that implies that Jesus left the job of Salvation Unfinished and Incomplete.

After all, IF Senator Sherrod Brown's attackers are going to be National then His Supporters should be National if not International--->

Special alert for Ohio activists:
Thank Senator Brown for voting to stop oil industry handouts


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The oil industry is making record profits as gasoline prices are rising. Last year, the top five oil companies raked in the equivalent of $260,482 in profits every minute.

Oil companies clearly don't need government help -- but they're getting $4 billion from U.S. taxpayers every year. That's right -- taxpayers are subsidizing some of the world's wealthiest companies. This not only wastes money, it makes it harder to break our oil addiction, perpetuating the environmental problems that flow from oil drilling and use, and leaving us dependent on foreign regimes.

The Senate had a chance to end this shameful giveaway to oil companies, but too many lawmakers voted with Big Oil. But your senator, Sherrod Brown, sided with the American public instead of Big Oil. He voted to end wasteful oil subsidies and to invest in clean energy sources.

What to do Send a message thanking Senator Brown for his vote and encourage him to continue pushing back against the Big Oil agenda that threatens our health and environment.------javascript:void(0);--------javascript:void(0);



Your Future Employer Is Watching You Online. You Should Be, Too. - Michael Fertik

blogs.hbr.org - 11:23 AM Tuesday April 3, 2012 by Michael Fertik | Comments Welcome to the Permanent Job Search. From now on, all of us will be "looking" for a job even when we're not actually looking for a job. E... 


I could not disagree with this invasion of privacy any more than I already do!!! 
As a person who works in the Public Service Industry I understand and highly respect the fact that religion and politics DO NOT BELONG in the work place, BUT THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS WE--American Citizens-- ARE POLITICAL BEINGS WITH A DEEP AND ABIDING FAITH IN ONE GOD OR ANOTHER.  IF WE CANNOT EXPRESS OUR FAITH OR OUR POLITICS ON THE INTERNET NOR AT WORK THEN WE HAVE LOST OUR FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND HAVE LOST FREEDOM OF WORSHIP.
After all, the most important reason that I am not even tempted to bring up Politics at work is by the time that I get to work--I am already politically 'talked out' and I am very ready to concentrate on something other than politics for a while--such as my duties at work.