Mostly a lurker, but followed you here from Digby’s. We will miss you terribly. Thank you. Blessings and light to you and your family.
jenmarie commented on the blog post Poll Shocker: 44% of Democrats Don’t Think Economy Will Get Worse Under a Republican President
Shocking? Naw. More like mission accomplished.
As for the last sentence, one of the protesters told me that a couple of people, “maybe Teabagger types, I don’t know,” he said, showed up and started screaming insults. A Cleveland cop came over and asked them, politely, to depart. One of them said, “But we’re on YOUR side.” The cop replied, “No you’re not. [...]
jenmarie commented on the blog post Obama Pushes for Modifications to Medicare and Social Security
He’s going to crash and burn the party, straight down the ticket.
To those of us who refer to 0bama as “the closer,” this was the plan all along. Remember Rove’s prediction all those years ago about a permanent Republican majority? The 1/2 white, really cool, no drama guy with a D after his name was “the one” alright.
jenmarie commented on the diary post The Party Line – July 15, 2011: Japan’s PM Recommends Shift Away from Nuclear Power; US Report Recommends Regulatory Tweaks by Gregg Levine.
Thank you for this. Nuclear industry is powerful enough that mainstream (corporate) media has moved on. The disaster continues. People need to be aware and take proactive steps to protect ourselves. My friend msinla is involved with the Simply Info group and posted this: I’ve upped my daily doses of Chorella and Kelp, too. http://twitter.com/#!/SimplyInfo1 [...]
jenmarie commented on the blog post Live Chat: Harvey Wasserman, Editor of Nukefree.org, on the Myth of “Safe” Radiation
I know this is over, and I know this is not keeping on topic of the book, but I feel this information needs to be shared. Sent from a friend in LA:
Turns out there was a serious nuclear accident in Simi Valley, CA that Boeing / Rocketdyne kept covered up for over 45 years. There was a class action lawsuit quietly settled out of court with area residents suffering from cancers and thryoid ailments (and on the behalf of already deceased residents dead from cancers) I had never heard about this. At the time of the settlement (around 2005 I think) it was described as the third largest release of radioactive iodine in the world. And not a word was “leaked” to the public. Many died. Read the article and see the comments from people affected who lived nearby. –msinla
A Nuclear Incident “Worse Than Three Mile Island”