Wednesday, July 28, 2010

About Morning Jo

While watching Morning Jo - haves chitchatting about how ‘people” are spoiled -
when they have everything paid by the trash we buy that their media sells.
They can say all that to a camera as if their public was made of lenses. Moreover, in their studios they sit with old man Buchanan and other politicians chewing down President Obama. Molds of greed, that care less about the lack they don’t know because they only see it form the windows of their cars as they drive to and form their glass cages.
To them all that President Obama says is made fun off because he speaks with the people and for the people and while they are afraid to step beyond the borders of their political cages.
Obama worked in the soup kitchen, they never have. He knows the smell of poverty streets. Tears of dying that beg for help and no one listens. Why should they find meaning in healthcare reform or any reform that no other President has done although tried for forty years or more; it does not fill their pockets.
Moreover, they laugh at President Obama, for explaining, in a video, to the pubic, how to get healthcare benefits. That to them are a given but that his own mother died fighting the establishment for. He has seen many go through pain and shame but to them, peacocks of the media, is a waste of time that he speaks with us.
How petty they are in their designer clothes. While they talk up, ‘we’ have to do more and tighten our belt, how terrible it is, and where do 'you' stand.
A waste of money that is what they are: a waste of time. How can they decide what is good for us? They go only from sound bite to sound bite.
Political guests talking about spines and cuts for our teachers, for our people, for our services and jobs, why can’t we cut their salaries and benefits? Put them on a national wellness program commission: if the people do well, they are paid.

ps here is the site I'm talking up

Here are my sites:

California Film:

Thanks for your comments in advance although I might not respond right away since I am a bit overwhelmed by the amount of posts. Next thing, I want to write an article based on the comments.
Also, in about two weeks, I will start my ROLO blog to promote my soon to be a best seller about the reality of 2012. The first thing I will do on the blog is debunking all that end of the world, fill my coffer fear ridden interpretations, and bunk about the Mayan 2012.

Meantime you also might enjoy checking out some of my poems.

busy as a bee making honey

Yes, busy as a bee making honey.
The honey I have passion for because for the last two decades our country has gone down the drain from importing workers, products and out-sourcing.
We are not even competing fairly with other countries. They raise the prices of our products so no one buys them and or they limit our exports and most likely a lot more I don't about.
This has nothing to do with the poor saps coming in from Mexico to work for dimes under abuse. That is chicken s---, in comparison to the visas that are taking our best jobs to the tune of hundreds of thousands per year and millions of dollars loss to our workers.
The real issues not touched by the mccacnist/pailinist/fox-foamers/tbaggers , etc. Because those are above, what the media - that feeds their pundits - thinks is beyond the ability of their audience to understand.
But I'm a common person just like you and I am beginning to understand them. Getting po about how in the past two decades, under the Republicans, we got poorer and the rich got richer.
I am getting a lot of comments on my Bamboozled article please go over, check it out and give me a piece of your mind. I will keep writing what matters to us: the people.

The Girl with the Dragon TattooRecovery

Monday, July 19, 2010


if not here check out all my homes away form home
also, gonna start a new blog for my book

California Film:

so busy...

i'm so busy this days that time passes as if i am not here
Obama's tips for the tea parties
What his community organizing can teach the conservative movement.
By Ambreen Ali
When he was a community organizer on Chicago's South Side, President Obama had something in common with the tea parties.

Like the conservative activists, Obama worked to build a grassroots movement of individuals who could work together to challenge those in power and bring about change.

"Change won't come from the top," he later wrote about the experience. "Change will come from a mobilized grassroots."

Obama's recounting of that time in his life in "Dreams from My Father" includes some lessons that apply to all sorts of advocates -- including tea partyers.

Here are five lessons we gleaned from the book:

Get to know your membership. Before Obama helped the community address job shortages and asbestos problems, he got to know the people in the neighborhood.

"Find out their self-interest," his boss told him. "That's why people become involved in organizing -- because they think they'll get something out of it."

The tea parties started in the midst of the recession. Many tea party activists, including prominent national leader Jenny Beth Martin , have suffered from financial distress.

Given their motivations, it makes sense that tea partyers came to D.C. in droves against the health care bill, which they feared would increase government spending and taxes at a time when Americans cannot afford that.

But they have been less active on immigration -- an issue some tea parties took up after Arizona passed its enforcement law but doesn't appear to resonate as much with the base.

Know your demands. One of the first issues Obama took on was jobs. He and other community activists succeeded in getting a job center opened on the South Side by carefully rehearsing their demands ahead of a meeting with city officials.

"I drove both myself and the leadership to exhaustion: preparing a script for the meeting, pushing hard for the other churches to send their people, developing a clear demand -- a job intake and training center in the Far South Side -- that we thought [the Mayor's Office of Employment and Training] could deliver," he wrote.

The office opened within six months and the mayor himself came to the ribbon cutting.

Tea parties had a clear message during the health care debate: kill the bill. Since then, some factions have focused on immigration while others turned to November's elections. There is a broad list of principles to which some, but not all, tea partyers subscribe.

The tea parties certainly have the numbers for a strong, grassroots movement, but lack of concrete, tangible goals may be holding it back from seeing results.

Anger should be leveraged and controlled. When Obama interviewed for his job as a community organizer, his boss, Marty, told him, "Anger's a requirement for the job. The only reason anybody decides to become an organizer. Well-adjusted people find more relaxing work."

But that same anger can also backfire. Obama writes about a meeting with a city director about asbestos in public housing buildings.

One activist was too aggressive, demanding a yes or no answer from the director and riling up the crowd. The official walked off stage and didn't offer the group any help.

Anger helped the tea parties during the health-care town halls last August. The activists got the media to focus on them and their message instead of that of the lawmakers trying to sell the bill.

But anger can also go too far. Lawmakers accused tea partyers of hurling racial epithets during the final days of the debate. Many politicians and reporters noted that the actions of a handful of individuals reflected poorly on the larger movement.

While some level of anger helps propel a movement forward, too much of it can overshadow the actual message.

Use the media for power. When Obama and the other activists didn't get straight answers from the city about the asbestos problems, they threatened to go to the press.

"A cover-up would generate as much publicity as the asbestos," Obama recalled. "Publicity would make my job easier."

Sure enough, officials were much more willing to address their concerns when the reporters arrived. Press coverage also brought new allies, including local councilmen and lawyers, into the fight.

Tea partyers can also use the press to their advantage, as they did during the town halls. Lawmakers had to acknowledge and meet with the activists once the tea parties got the public's attention.

Building a movement takes time. As a young, inexperienced activist, Obama occasionally chastised his peers for not accomplishing enough. When the city's mayor came to a local event, he got upset that people didn't use the opportunity to get a commitment from the mayor to attend an upcoming rally.

"You want everything to happen fast," one of his peers told him.

Obama learned the same lesson again when he tried to build a coalition of black pastors, which he described as "a slow process."

It has been little over a year since the tea parties began, not long for an activist movement. Others like the immigrant rights coalition have spent years trying to get their concerns addressed.

Though tea-party leaders are under a lot of pressure to keep up the momentum post health care, it will take them time to build a committed base of supporters and accomplish their goals of smaller government, fiscal responsibility, and individual liberty.

Ambreen Ali writes for

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Friday, July 16, 2010

just published my first article.

I accepted an invitation to become a Sacramento Populist Examiner and now I get paid to Rant and Rave, write about what I love: people, places and happenings.

I used to write for a periodical years ago. I also wrote for the college paper and was instrumental in starting a public television show when my major was communication. I became an interviewer and newscaster for the show and enjoyed it immensely.

I look forward to your visits at my Examiner page.

Please stop by and agree, disagree or rant and rave; what the heck.

I will be trying to keep at least there new articles a week online and that is going to put a lot on the back-burner, but only until I get very comfortable with the publishing softwar, etc.

If you are interested in becoming an Examiner just let me know and I can share with you what I know.

Enjoy life for it only comes one time around.

Thursday, July 15, 2010


InkTip is worthwhile site for screenwriters. Not only can a screenwriter learn how to hone in skills but it is also a great networking place to meet producers, agents and other writers.

An exciting place herein Sacramento, California, is the CFF (California Film Festival. Informative meetings, movies, networking and hobnobbing with great talent, Check them out. This saturday we are having a mixer:It's Party Time: This Saturday!! SUPER SUMMER MIXER

Join CFF This Saturday, July 17th @ The Level Up Lounge (2431 J st) for our SUPER SUMMER MIXER. Start time is 7:30pm for this is a SUPER-HERO themed party in California's capital city complete w/ costume contest for the bold at heart! Go to our EVENTS PAGE and sign up now!

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Loaded Site

Beware, all is talked about.

imnsho (in my not so humble opinion)

Happy Fourth and maybe not so happy that the sounds of war form Jimi Hendrix guitar are still very true today. I want to celebrate freedom from lies.

Friday, July 02, 2010

Bell's Palsy

Bell's Palsy is bringing me down. Not making my blog my pity-pit. I am sharing so others who have or had it can join me in recovery. Yes, faith and hope are good friends and I pray, meditate, do yoga and go to physical therapy. I'm in the 1% repeat category. The first time I, thirty some years ago, I didn't need meds and was almost well in a couple of weeks. This second round struck me last November. The first few weeks I was on steroids, anti virals and biotics, and pain meds. I am now doing physical therapy and face exercise. Trying to keep stress down and just joined the Bell's site:
Also posting on my F and T: