Saturday, October 24, 2009

Abortion Divides House Democrats In Health Care Debate

NO to forced pregnancy! No to rape. No to crazed religious right-wing republican fanatic males telling women what do to in their private matters.

In case of rape, no pregnancy should be allowed by law, automatic remedy of this crime must be required by law.

Exception might be if a raped woman requests for some reason that she wants a crime product - pregnancy -to go forward.

Women must be persuaded into unwanted pregnancy, but never forced.

Persuasion might be to guarantee the healthcare, income and position after the birth, financial participation by the male father, financial wellbeing.

If it is welfare father involved, state will step in and pay on behalf of this welfare male. -
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Thursday, October 22, 2009

My Action Plan: 15 Things Every American Can Do Right Now

Very Good! Very necessary! Let's do it, and keep doing it. Here is some additional points from my program:

1. Institute runoff presidential elections. and VOTE, for Dem or third party, preferably.

2. Cut military budget of $1 trillion a year - (plus additional money for occupation wars - - by 50% immediately.

3. Break up big oil companies, to what they were before recent monopolizing consolidation.

4. Break up big bailout banks to smaller, accountable, well regulated units.

5. Break up media corporations monopoly over TV and press.

5. Mandatory reinvesting of part of globalized corporations profits, lets say 75%, in America.

6. Mandatory space - 15% - of front page of all larger newspapers reserved for government communications. The same time - 15% - in TV stations.

7. Prohibit excessive, unbalanced(all about criminal, nothing about victims), violence glorifying crime overreporting. Regulate amount of ads.

8. Institute a range of salary for all companies, where the top salary cannot be higher than 100 times the lowest salary.

10. Raise minimum wage to $10 initially, with automatic inflation adjustments, for all but small businesses. This will help alleviate constant crime epidemic.

Petr Buben
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Monday, October 19, 2009

Bean Amendment Beaten Back (For Now), A Blow To Wall Street

The title of this post is misleading -it should be - "The corrupt bailout Wall Street players keep fighting the regulations so that they can continue doing their bubbles, fraud, keep getting tax bailouts, etc."

Bravo and thanks to Rep. Melissa Bean for fighting for America, for taxpayers, for fair business environment!

No more too-big-to-fail banks corrupt bankrupt frauds!

As Jerry Brown, California AG said here in his blog, this STATES' ABILITY to pass stricter bank regulations than what federal lobbyists can buy/corrupt from federal Congress, is CRUCIAL fr stopping future mega crises of financial and other industries, requiring mega bailouts of people's tax money.

No to "federal preemption" deceit.
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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Germans seek to oust Czech president Vaclav Klaus over EU treaty

Brussels furious diplomats were calling for his impeachment and even his country’s expulsion from the European Union because of his obstinate refusal to sign the Lisbon treaty. Klaus, now the only European leader holding out against ratifying the document, made it clear he did not give a damn.

European leaders were told he was not available to take their calls.

Germans seek to oust Czech president Vaclav Klaus over EU treaty

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

As Economy Crashed, Banks Made A Killing On Overdraft Fees


DO NOT BANK WITH ----> Bank of America OR ----> Citi, or other big banks or insurance companies!

Bank with small local institutions.

Perhaps leave a small amount, so that you can have it always available via numerous big banks atm's. But that is it.
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Friday, October 2, 2009

Uninsured And Sick, Student Begged For His Life

Extend Medicare to everybody. Stop payments through employers. Cost of reform? - $0.00 ..... stop current private fraud system.

Yes, it is a basic human right of everybody to have medical care available. The situation described in the article is completely unacceptable. Practically criminal.

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