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word: pusillanimous


pusillanimous 

Definition: (adjective) Lacking courage; cowardly.
Synonyms: spineless, craven
Usage: Why, you pusillanimous piece of dirt, you’d run with your tail between your legs if I said boo! Discuss.

Michael Moore’s ‘Here Comes Trouble’ Book Tour Hits White Plains, New York (10/24/11)




   Michael Moore: “We live in a liberal country … You know who believes it — and they’re proving that they believe it — are the Republicans. Because why would you try to suppress the vote if you believed you lived in a Conservative country? If you believed you lived in a Republican country, the last thing you would do would be to make it hard for people to vote. You’d be setting up voting booths in every Wal-Mart across the country.” — Michael Moore, Monday, October 24th, White Plains, New York

Anti-Union Law Fuels Massive Voter Turnout for Historic Wisconsin Recall – via Democracy Now


Anti-Union Law Fuels Massive Voter Turnout for Historic Wisconsin Recall

Anti-Union Law Fuels Massive Voter Turnout for Historic Wisconsin Recall (click here to read and watch more about this grave issue at Democracy Now)

 Just as “injury to one is injury to all”, the reversal is true: “Injury to all is injury to one”. While prosperity is a measure of a healthy society, in long run, the distribution of wealth is fundamental. Franklin D. Roosevelt understood this, and allowed a larger share of wealth to reach more people, and in turn created an infrastructure that still stands. Now in the information age, and post-service society, we needed to keep up that infrastructure, and build the avenues of the present and the future: The fiber optics communication cables to help, not for the profit of few greedy corporations, the same that charge 10 times less in other countries, that they charge here, for less access, but for everyone. People have  to be united by a common effort, and the effort must be fundamental, such as survival: One does not need to be a politician, or a lawmaker to realize that.  
So there is an example of vision, that worked: Our generation has been the beneficiary. Now it’s our turn to create, not to destroy,  mindful of  what the next generation will remember us by.
What do you whant to be remembered by?

Democracy Now: “They ask for bread? Why don’t they eat cake?” (Quote attributed to Empress Marie Antoinette of France)


Rep_ Donna Edwards on Why She Voted Against Debt Deal_A Bad Framework for the Future

Rep_ Donna Edwards on Why She Voted Against Debt Deal_A Bad Framework for the Future

The emperor spoke: The reach are to powerful…Lets empoverish the poor. (Exccept: Not everything is on the table)