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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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Yes, a very serious threat to our environment.. like the Bees..

Get Monsanto Out of your Kitchen..

If you have never heard the name Monsanto before, you are likely thinking that Monsanto isn’t in your kitchen as it isn’t really branded on any packaging. Monsanto products probably make up 25% of your grocery store’s inventory, but you don’t know this because Monsanto supplies the companies that make the food products you buy. Here’s a list of just some companies that make use of products developed by Monsanto:

Betting this list is not up to date..

Might know Tombstone Pizza is supplied from Monsanto..


I have no problem keeping it out of my kitchen.. I've been eating the "dreaded" Organic Products for decades.. the kind with the slash through GMO

HOpe it's Not too late

I don't know if you've seen this Huff Post article, herding cats.. & Wesley Lowery Tweets..

Arrest Made In Connection To Ferguson Police Shooting


But regular demonstrators denied that they had ever seen Williams at the protests.

"We don't know him," said Tony Rice, the founder of Ground Level Support, who has been protesting since August

After naming three young male protesters who were regularly at the demonstrations, Rice told HuffPost, "I don't think there is a male 20-years-old that regularly protest outside of them.I think I can speak for the protester community in saying we don't know him," said Rice

After the press conference, press swarmed Alicia Street when she helped source the first picture of Williams. Street, 29, has been actively involved in protest since August as well and says she was unfamiliar with Williams as well.

"I have never seen him at a protest. I cannot recall that I even seen him that night. We know a lot of people out there, we really do. I even showed pictures to other regular protesters and they said they didn't know him," Street told HuffPost.

Other regular demonstrators also said that they did not recognize Williams.


Wondering who the Wiilaims was shooting at if not the Police?

Tweets from Wesley Lowery on the subject..

OMZ.. HAHA.. that's the BEST ONE YET!

So Different.. Like night and day. How could anyone equate the two? Except if you were a rw

trying to excuse the #47 Traitortots?

mahalo bt

He owes Nancy Pelosi and America an apology..

"Republicans" and Jon Stewart.. from your link, One of the 99.. mahalo

FACT CHECK: Republicans Attempt to Deflect Criticism of Iran Letter by Equating it to Bipartisan Delegation to Syria Led by Speaker Pelosi in 2007

But the criticism from Republicans ignores key facts:


It's over 200,000 now and the fastest growing WH petition to date.. my son signed when it was


"Stay Angry My Friends.." @#47Traitortots..

Bimmerella @bimmerella
I would like 2 take a moment 2 thank @SenTomCotton & #47Traitors for REMINDING Dems exactly what's at stake in 2016.
5:14 PM - 11 Mar 2015 169 Retweets 123 favorites


"So 46 other U.S. Senators followed him into the political wood chipper.." oh, I like the sound

of that .. politically speaking. from your link..

mahalo kpete~ "..supercilious letter.." Perfect. "..And clearly, this is one time when the Senate would be best advised to zip it until it sees something that actually represents an enforceable agreement, rather than engage in the usual Obamaphobia." Excellent!

"Cotton, known to New Jerseyans as the guy who voted against Hurricane Sandy relief because Arkansas "should not have to bail out the Northeast," has since been denounced by members of his own party. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) said it best: "We ought to support the negotiations going on," he said, "and this effort does not do that."

See article for more repubs than Flake denouncing "the Letter"

Even Republicans Admit Their Colleagues Were Stupid To Send Letter To Iran


F******* LIARS.

Even Republicans Admit Their Colleagues Were Stupid To Send Letter To Iran

As 47 Republican Senators have taken the plunge to be treasonous obstructionists, some on the right are just now realizing the magnitude of this mistake, and they are not happy.

Only seven Republicans abstained from the letter, including Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Corker told The Daily Beast that a letter was not the way to go nor was is appropriate:

“I didn’t think it was going to further our efforts to get to a place where Congress would play the appropriate role that it should on Iran. I did not think that the letter was something that was going to help get us to an outcome that we’re all seeking, and that is Congress playing that appropriate role. I immediately knew that it was not something that, for me anyway, in my particular role, was going to be constructive. “I didn’t realize until this weekend that it had the kind of momentum that it had.”

Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona, who is also a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that the letter would further cause more “animosity” between Congress and the White House and that the issue of Iran was “too important to divide us among partisan lines.” Senator Flake also pointed out that what President Obama is negotiating is an agreement, not a treaty, and also sided with Corker in the assertion that the letter was inappropriate, saying:

MOre.. really interesting!

What?! "Obamacare is a Disaster!!!11111"


Mahalo Don
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