Saturday, October 10, 2009

Nobel prize , now is the time to really get things done.

Universal health care.
Democrats start acting like Democrats .
Represent the PEOPLE not the lobbyists.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

New Day For America

Free at last , free at last.
now to undo eight years of evil,stupidity ,and arrogance.


Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Vote Obama

You know it's for the best for America.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Thursday, February 01, 2007

Molly Ivins

The Great Molly Ivins has died of breast cancer.
I will miss her wit and knowledge concerning the strange things that go on in Texas.
My flag is at half staff today.

Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Global Warming

Dear Donald,

Last year, I promised you that if the voters placed Democrats in charge of the Senate we would see a new agenda in Washington. Instead of sweeping issues like Iraq and global warming under the rug, we would shine the spotlight on them and demand a new direction for our country.

My friends, our day has come. Today, in one of my first acts as chair of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, I am holding a hearing on the most important environmental problem of our generation -- global warming. This is the difference an election makes -- the difference between a Congress in denial about climate change and one willing to confront it head on.

Many of my colleagues will be testifying before my committee today, offering their opinions about the best way Congress can act to tackle global warming. But I want to hear from you, too.

Help me set the agenda for reducing global warming in the 110th Congress. Rank your preferred approaches to stop global warming now!

I don't need to tell you that global warming is the single biggest environmental problem we face. Scientific research already shows conclusively that human activity is warming the climate. The consequences will be disastrous if we don't act soon. Already, the Arctic ice sheet is melting, a fact that will ultimately raise sea levels and threaten coastal communities. We will experience more severe storms like Hurricane Katrina, with devastating consequences. Entire ecosystems are at risk. We have to act now.

Fortunately, there is a wealth of good ideas about how to address climate change. My good friend and colleague from California, Senator Feinstein, has proposed a plan to cap and trade carbon emissions from power plants. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and I have teamed up on legislation based on California's model. For the past two years, Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT) have offered an economy-wide cap and trade system. And Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) has proposed increasing the nation's ethanol requirement.

This is just a sample of the many suggestions to meet the challenge of global warming and many others are about to be put on the table. I'd like to hear your ideas on the best way to move forward. What ideas do you think we should pursue? Let me know so that I can share your comments with my colleagues in the Senate.

Help me set the global warming agenda for the 110th Congress. Prioritize some of these potential global warming solutions today!

Today, the battle in the Senate to reduce global warming begins, and I want you to be a part of it. But there's still a lot of work to do. There will be a series of hearings, week after week, where my committee will hear from every part of America on this issue. But this is the time I want to hear from you before we sit down and write the legislation we believe will become law this year.

After listening to colleagues and scientists in today's committee hearing, and gathering your feedback online, I've scheduled another hearing for next Tuesday -- to start putting these ideas into action. I want to share your ideas with the committee next week, so please vote on your priorities today.

Rank your priorities for combating global warming today -- so we can begin acting on them at next Tuesday's hearing.

You've heard me say this before but I want to repeat it again: Elections have consequences. Because of you, one major consequence is that global warming is now on the national agenda.

I sincerely ask that you continue to be a part of the solution -- until we get the job done!

In Friendship,

Barbara Boxer

P.S. After you've ranked your preferred global warming solutions, please invite your friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues to do the same. I hope to hear from tens of thousands of Americans before our next committee hearing next Tuesday. Thank you for helping us make a difference!

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Invite your friends and family to rank their preferred global warming solutions today!

Wednesday, January 17, 2007


Ignatio Ramos and Jose Campean are scheduled to go to prison on Jan.17. These honorable men still need our help. Please contact President Bush Congressmen Senate
Tell them to pardon these men.Even though 55 congressmen have asked him to,he won't even answer them.We have to keep trying.