If Habitat for Humanity hosted it the same people would complain that they would be wasting money for the homeless.
Get a life people. You get sponsors who can afford to sponsor.
some country music. It speaks to life honestly.
Don't know it could be done or even if the musicians would let it be done but this struct me as a song to bring Sanders and Clinton folks together. I made up some words to fit the music. The first verse of my words is posted. i will post the second verse only if requested to do so.
It was seven hundred
from your place and ours
None of us
was bold enough
to extend a hand
Sometimes it was raining
Sometimes it would shine
We wore out that competitive road
Between your place and mine
Id start walking your way
Youd start walking mine
Wed meet in the middle
Neath that old Donkey sign
Wed gain a lot of ground
Cause wed both give a little.
And there aint no road too long
When we meet in the middle.
I would not be surprised if Bernie didn't join the Green Party and half of supporters vote for the Libertarians.
Hillary has more fighting against her once agains. We are going to have to work very hard for her.
this damn announcement was made. DAMN IT!!
to support Hillary. The Dems have so much more in common with the Greens at this point. They would be able to have almost as much influence on the platform in July as BS supporters, although not officially on the committee. People of mutual interests need to come together to defeat the GOP, no matter who their candidate ends up being.
I really don't see why the Greens can't or won't do this. Talk about a "revolution!" That would be one. The Libertarians have almost cut off the Greens at this point.
"Battered wives." Judge speaking about the Trump trashing of Mexican judge and the failure of the GOP supporters to adequately denounce his racist and sexist rantings says the GOP is in an abusive relationship with Trump.
He didn't use the term "battered wives" but I am.
work hard to correct past mistakes of other administrations, including those of Bill Clinton.