“Anyone who denies over a century’s worth of established science & basic facts is unqualified to be the administrator of the EPA…the Senate needs to stand up to Scott Pruitt & his dangerous views.” (Sen. Schatz) (420 character-9-liner on Pruitt’s lies)

LIE:

“I think that measuring, with precision, human activity on the climate

is something very challenging to do

& there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact.”

No, Scott Pruitt, it is EASY to measure & there is OVERWHELMING agreement.

Carbon Dioxide is the PRIMARY greenhouse gas contributing to climate change.

Earth’s temp has risen 2.0 degrees (F) since the late 19th century.

Your statement is a LIE.

PATTY

 

 

 

TITLE: “Anyone who denies over a century’s worth of established science and basic facts is unqualified to be the administrator of the EPA. Now more than ever, the Senate needs to stand up to Scott Pruitt and his dangerous views.” (Sen. Schatz Climate Action Task Force co-chair)  Scott Pruitt’s “don’t know yet” claims are dangerous to the future of the Earth

So what if he eats ketchup-smothered steak or makes Chris eat meatloaf. (btw: I bet a lot of people think I’M a gauche creature too because I laugh too loud or adore cheap ice cream.) FOCUS ON WHAT’S IMPORTANT. (a 420 character 9-line poem)

Avoid “effete intellectual snobbery” in regard to Trump.

When Spiro Agnew spewed such at Vietnam War protesters,

like the black ink of a squid,

his words obscured the issues for a while.

So, my Trump talk will not be about serving meatloaf to foreign dignitaries

or pouring ketchup on his steak or long flappy ties.

It’s petty. (I love meatloaf too.)

I don’t want legitimate concerns screened by smears of elitism.

Avoid.

PATTY

Instead of meatloaf, ketchup, and Kelly Anne, keep track of this. It’s important.

 

I don’t care if he does eat steak all the time or how Kelly Anne sits on a couch; and btw I bet a lot of people think I’M a gauche creature too because I laugh too loud or adore cheap ice cream. FOCUS ON WHAT’S IMPORTANT. (a 420 character-9-liner)

 

WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: THE ROAD TAKEN

Life is one big road with lots of signs.

Buddha said there are only two mistakes you can make along the road to truth~ not going all the way, and not starting.

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My advice?  Keep going, with a vengeance.

Simon agrees.

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Simon Peter Gruber, Die Hard: With a Vengeance “The road of the truth has many turns.”

Toni 3/4/17