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Thirty pieces of silver

Due to the evidence that the country is dead set of ridding itself of all jobs and wants to sit in the dark, I am taking a break to decide if natural consequences, though very harsh, are better way to deal with people.  I want to thank Ruthe Matilsky, a “wind warrior” who is personally responsible for aiding the addition of 1000 wind turbines to Wyoming by encouraging people to vote for Obama and those turbines.  What was the price?  What constitutes 30 pieces of silver now?  A “not rich” man making over 3 million dollars a year being elected and FEMA trailer.  That’s right.  Threw Wyomingites under the wind turbine bus, chopped hundreds of bald eagles to death (assuming they don’t commit suicide living in a country full of greedy, selfish takers), and give millions of hard working people’s money to a billionaire in Colorado all for FEMA aide.  Oh, and because someone making 3 million dollars a year is NOT rich.  Remember that.   Apparently rich people are okay to give money to as long as you get your FEMA trailer.  At this point, I don’t see any way reasoned discourse can prevail.  If you will throw your associates under bus for a FEMA trailer and American want to live in poverty and darkness, there’s no real discussion left.  Natural consequences are going to hurt.  The Obama commercial with the kids blaming their parents.  You won’t actually see kids in the future make this.  You took their money, their lights, their education and traded it for a FEMA trailer.  Congratulations.


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“We do not believe any group of men adequate enough or wise enough to operate without scrutiny or without criticism. We know that the only way to avoid error is to detect it, that the only way to detect it is to be free to inquire. We know that in secrecy error undetected will flourish and subvert”. - J Robert Oppenheimer.

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