Offering hope, fighting darkness, take action

(9 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

This Saturday, there is a nation-wide showdown between, quite literally, forces for light and forces for darkness.  

This Saturday, September 27th, is a national action day for Green Jobs Now, with actions and events already planned for all 50 states (and DC and …).  Green Jobs Now offers a positive vision for the future, a path toward a prosperous, climate friendly future and a path toward improving economic and environmental equity and justice in the society.  

The same day, Newt Gingrich will be working to promote his Contract on the Earth and the lies of Drill Here! Drill Now! Pay Less! (for debunking talking points, see:  Vote Grand Oil Party: Multi-layered deception coming to a street corner near you and lies to an ugly future and …).

Newt Gingrich is selling a path toward ever-worse economic devastation and ever worsening global environmental degradation and destruction. He is selling a path toward an ever darker and dirtier world.

Time to ask yourself and others:

  • Which future do you want to see for yourself?
  • Which future do you want to see for your family and community?
  • Which future do you want to see for your nation?
  • Which future do you want to see for humanity?
  • Which future do you want to see for the planet?
  • Ask yourself …

    And ACT!!!

    PS:  So many things … today, Climate Ride hits the nation’s capital with a group that has biked from New York to DC calling for action. There will be a Hill event for anyone who can get there today.


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    1. Are you aware of this?  Democrats to Let Offshore Drilling Ban Expire

      Washington – Democrats have decided to allow a quarter-century ban on drilling for oil off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts to expire next week, conceding defeat in an month-long battle with the White House and Republicans set off by $4 a gallon gasoline prices this summer.

      Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey, D-Wis., told reporters Tuesday that a provision continuing the moratorium will be dropped this year from a stopgap spending bill to keep the government running after Congress recesses for the election.

      Republicans have made lifting the ban a key campaign after gasoline prices spiked this summer and public opinion turned in favor of more drilling. President Bush lifted an executive ban on offshore drilling in July. . . .

      This makes me so sick!  

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