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Friday, June 20th, 2008
6:40 pm
The Enron loophole has a large part to do with this oil price nightmare.
I dug up the transcript for that Enron loophole report I mentioned before:


Scroll about half way down, the text: "Soon after Enron‘s birth..." begins the report about this.
THIS is what we should be haranguing Congress about, and have them force Enron into paying back every person that has bought gas in this country in the past year.
Thursday, June 5th, 2008
9:47 pm
So who do you think he'll choose for VP?
I'm hoping for Bill Richardson or Kathleen Sebelius--although I think Richardson would be better utilized as Secretary of State and Kathleen Sebelius would satisfy the militant feminists out there (well maybe, sometimes they're a tad irrational.)

I'm just so frickin' glad Obama won--especially after watching Clinton spiral into what the hell ever it is she descended into, ending with having to be brow beaten by her colleagues in DC to finally give it up after Obama met the magic number....what the hell?

His speech is South Dakota was nothing less than awesome.
Tuesday, March 20th, 2007
1:19 am
New Jersey
I'm wirting a paper for my English class about New Jersey and th environment. New Jersey has always had a bad reputation for being dirty, but why? Being from New Jersey I can sccount for it being a beautiful state filled with a long stretch of great beaches. Part of the reason that New Jersey has all of the pollution up North is from the factories in the Midwest that have no care about what they put into the air. The smokestacks are unprotected and the smoke drifts across the nation and polltues New Jersey's air. The main cause of this probelm: George Bush. He supports these factories in the Midwest and won't tell them to stop because of their votes. Do you guys have any ideas or comments about this? Thanks.
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