Friday, November 18, 2011

2012; it’s up to us to fix the Country

2012 is going to be tumultuous for everyone.  With threats of anarchy, protests that are fixing to become riots, a Country that is already $15 trillion in debt (not including the long term debt of Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid), unprecedented unemployment, inflation of food, gas and energy that’s crushing the middle class and poor, and to top all that, the Obama Administration, mainstream Media and all dedicated Progressives are encouraging an economic/age class warfare of monumental proportions.

When you think about it all, don’t you wonder how all of this, each a tragedy in their own right, have come together in a confluence of events?  Call me a conspiracy theorists, but I don’t believe any of this is an accident.

Agenda 21 ~ Sustainable Development is due for re-affirmation by the United Nations  in 2012 and their stated goal is unified, global control of “all” property. Are these things related?  Common sense tells me they are, and that darker forces are at work to accelerate this goal.  Do I have any proof of this?  No!  I only have my own brain and a whole lot of things that don’t make sense except for this.  How could so many supposedly bright, no, supposedly brilliant people, be so blind to the needs of this great Country?  These facts belie the truth, and “We the People” need to be especially careful in 2012, to elect representation that understands a Country which needs restoration, not reformation, to prevent further destruction of the U.S. Constitution.

Enjoy this post and be sure to read how the Ecologarcy rejoice at the destruction of the United States economy and steal the hard earned dollars of the working stiffs to fund pie in the sky “renewables” that have no hope of power a nation, Sus Devp (small)let alone the world.

YiT,  Shelly

The Keystone Victory

Mark Hertsgaard

November 16, 2011 | This article appeared in the December 5, 2011 edition of The Nation.

Demonstrators march with a replica of a pipeline during a protest against the Keystone XL Pipeline outside the White House on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Victories against climate change have been rare, so it’s vital to recognize them when they happen. The Obama administration’s decision to delay the Keystone XL pipeline is one such victory—arguably the most important achievement in the climate fight in North America in years.

True, the administration’s November 10 statements did not outright kill the 1,700-mile pipeline, which the TransCanada company wants to build to transport highly polluting tar sands from Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Texas coast. Yes, President Obama or his successor could try to greenlight the project in 2013, when the State Department’s new review of the project is due. But that’s unlikely, as TransCanada’s CEO, Russ Girling, has acknowledged. The project’s contracts require the pipeline to be completed by 2013, or refineries will be free to look elsewhere for supply, which Girling expects they will.

In any case, such caveats mean only that the Keystone victory is not absolute. But when a $7 billion project involving the number-one US trading partner and oil supplier, a project that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton only a year ago said she was “inclined” to approve, is very publicly postponed—even as the inspector general of the State Department launches an investigation into cronyism involving a former top aide to Clinton—good luck putting that Humpty Dumpty together again.

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