A Call to Action

Posted Thursday, April 22, 2010, at 7:40 AM
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  • I think everything revolves around the question: will it be a quick shift, or a slow long drawn out un-noticable shift.(12/21/2010) I see people whom believe in the small issues, and reject large issues as fable, or paranoia. Like cap & trade, we know we need to go green, but shouldnt close industry and fire everyone surviving with coal jobs. It's the same logic as affirmative action. It's all good, until people loose their job, to balance out the employee count. JOBs FIRST, then of course we can worry about a **** in the wind. Although I'm 110% behind green technologies, and stated I want Electric, vehicals,and solar plus wind on EACH home, (not wind farms, or solar farms) where they charge us for the sun or air. We should have FREE energy! we should not have to pay someone to turn on the lights. WIFI will eventually give us free Cable TV also. Chairman Dodd, and Ben Stien state the American citizens make to much money. We automatically think yes when you compare us to ten year olds working in sweat shops over seas. WHEN Americans finally have free energy, we can take lower pay scale. My goal is to have Americans wonder where they will shop for Christmas, and what to get, "Not how much their budget will allow". For a truelly free America, we need free energy! IF we are to move into the new future we know is out there, we need options. Stop the same trend of to much we have been used to for hundreds of years. Sometimes As Mr.Hear has pointed out with this blog; Less is more.

    Billy J. Mahoney for U.S. House dist. 8 IN

    -- Posted by Wild Bill Mahoney on Sat, Apr 24, 2010, at 2:46 AM
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