Saturday, October 22, 2011

Living at Occupy Wall Street movement in San Francisco

I am very proud to be a member of the Occupy Wall Street movement in San Francisco. We are the people, we are everyone. We have rights and we have every right to defend access to employment that we want, health care, education and a voice in society. We will not allow the corporations or the Republicans to take our rights away.

Evolution is our future. Diversity is our reality. Science is fact. Tolerance is what we must be.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Koch Brothers fund Herman Cain

The Koch brothers have a long list of demands for Cain. Eliminating the Environmental Protection Agency for one, so that the Koch brothers can continue polluting.  His 9-9-9 tax plan was right from the mouth of a Koch lackey, same with his policy on immigration, abortion and gay marriage.

The difference between Soros funding a candidate and the Koch criminals funding theirs is that Soros basically works against his interests by funding liberal candidates. He has nothing to gain, and is in fact in favor of paying higher taxes.

Might I add, he worked for his money, unlike the inheritor criminal Koch brothers who were born on easy street, so he understands there's more to this country than a bunch of criminals and criminal organizations attempting to flout the law in order to make an extra buck.

In the end, George Soros is a good man. The Koch brothers on the other hand are corrupt, with the worst possible intentions for the majority American public.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Occupy Wall Street represent the true voice of the people

The Tea Party stands for the corporations and serve the interest of the Koch Brothers. They are the people who helped Bush create the recession.

The Occupy Wall Street Protesters represent the true voice of the people.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street Movement is the valid response to the Tea Party fanatics

The Occupy Wall Street movement will end up being bigger than the Tea Party, and I think the only reason it hasn't really happened sooner is that Obama distracted attention and was able to keep feeding Wall Street and doing everything the Fed wants for a couple years before the Left as a whole started taking a closer look at it.

This movement has more to say to the youth of this country than the Tea Party and to intelligent people. It could grow into something like a mature civil revolution against the financial industry as a whole. I would also like to see the revolution end the war on drugs, the wars in the Middle-East, stop Gender Imperialism and the military/prison industrial complex in general, but that's not necessarily what this is all about.

People do not want to return to the Bush years of war, torture, unemployment and fear.   People support President Obama and we stand with him against the Wall Street corporations, Republicans and their Tea Party cronies.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Should people even be allowed to become "rich"?

We all see the problems that are created when a small segment of the population controls all the wealth and affect how how others live. On a more simple level, it simply isn't fair that 1% of the population pays little or no taxes while everyone else most of the taxes and lives with less. 

Saturday, October 1, 2011

The transgender message of Star Trek: The Motion Picture

The female joins the male to become something new in Star Trek: The Motion Picture

I recently watched the 1979 film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture for the first time and I was amazed by the pro-transgender theme of the film.   At the film's climax, a male and a female, are joined together to form a new life form and have both male and female characteristics.   The film also take a pro-Evolution and pro-science stance and I must say that I am very impressed that Hollywood was doing to do this.   You can watch it happen here: