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February 11, 2010

Snowbound

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 9:54 am

On a grey and white morning here in Osterville, Massachusetts, I bid you a fair adieu.  The winds were enough to knock out the power at my home, but, fortunately it was on by 2 a.m..  God bless the good folks who actually work out in the elements of change.  Washington D.C. was snow bound yesterday, as the same system that hit us a little later in the day, wreaked havoc upon the system of government, or lack therein, we are now all so fond of.  It’s like a Dickens novel, in depth and grace, grandeur and gratitude.  Every day I do my homework, I am stunned even more at the depth of ignorance, or better put, the abject hatred that human beings can exhibit in order to win or just think, in their own deluded minds, that they are right.  The funny thing is, it is not about being right.  It is about doing the RIGHT THING!  How can these men of such honorable positions that were held by far greater men than they, be so flippant about ALL OF OUR FUTURES?  Moreover, how can we just sit back and let it happen without a fight?  As CLIMATE CHANGE, that you need no computerized techno-glitter to help you see the light, (just open eyes and a clean window to look out upon), begins now in earnest, as evidenced by the most snow ever recorded (in over 120 years of record keeping) in the nation’s Capitol, we can all just sit back and listen to rhetoric of the madcap “Party of FU” and rest assured that it is all just a big hoax.  Have a blessed Thursday!  Peace~ M

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