Fire Economic Secretary, Stephen Chu. We would save a lot of Tax Dollars, Hot Air and Renewable BS!
“I deserve an ‘A.’” He said today on Capital Hill.
Here’s My Two Cents Worth: Dear Mister Chu….
Now, Mister Chu, if your into Naturally Occurring Renewable Energy, just use Manure Piles en Masse, at every Gas-Station. Except this “Gas” is Naturally Occurring “Methane.”
Just back up your truck or car and fill ‘er up! Walla, Fuel!
Or dry manure piles, then use it in autos instead of gasoline. MSU dries manure. Find out from this MSU Professor about “how to tap into it.”
Never mind the smell. That’s the price we have to pay for Naturally Occurring, Renewable Energy.
Then Mr Chu you can use the slogan, “Farmers use it, so can you!”
Or you can bow down to world dictators, like Obama did to Daniel Ortega and kiss butt, in worthless, cowardly, “Mea Culpas.”
God bless gutless wonders!
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I joined about 15 College Students and a College Professor and Picketed against Abortion in front of Planned Parenthood.
I guess we’re going to be in the college’s newspaper, too.
Here are a few photographs.
Latino immigrants are targeted, as you can see, by this marque.
Aborted unborn babies are disposed of as “Medical Waste” by “Waste Management” in Michigan.
Please boycott Waste Management of Michigan, and tell them why you are boycotting them. Planned Parenthood staff admitted this to me, in an interview with them by phone, in August 2009, that Waste Management of Michigan disposes of dead, aborted unborn babies, in their landfills. This is so sick. Unborn Babies are Rejected, by their Parents, then Aborted and then Disposed of, as Trash.
This is Insanity on a Grand Scale. Seems everyone, related to the Abortion Business is “on the take.”
Cristiada will be coming to Theaters on April 20, 2012 in Mexico and
June 1, 2012 in the USA.
Cristiada is a chronicle of the Cisteros Wars in Mexico (1926-1929). It was a rebellion to the Mexican Governments Anti-Catholic secularization of Mexico.