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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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Good on the Gov of Montana! Too bad

Montana signed up with the Texas lawsuit.. must have been the AG.

Texas chose not to include the State of Montana, where President Trump and other Republicans were successful in a mail ballot election conducted to reduce the impact of COVID—underscoring, of course, that this action is less about election integrity than it is about attempting to overturn the will of the electorate. But if Texas is successful in its suit, it would destabilize the results of elections in Montana and any other state that took valid state-law actions to minimize the impact of the virus on voting, including states that delivered victories to Republican candidates using mail ballots.

I know!.. from the darkest caverns in the underbelly

of the world.

To Sunshine & REALITY.. no small Feat!

Oh Wow.. of course! But I thought

i read on here that it was the Health Workers?

Oh this is Gonna Piss Off some maggots.

Awesome pic! Love how they Changed the Story!

Thank Goodness! Dems Running who

do NOT say..

Sanders Campaign Co-Chair Nina Turner Rips Biden: Choosing Between Him and Trump is Like Eating From a ‘Bowl of Sh*t’


I just spoke with my sister in Asheville, NC..

she was driving away from the city lights so she might have a chance to see The Aurora Borealis that is suppose to be visible in Central NC last night and tonight!

I told her about North Carolina being one of the States that was standing up for Democracy again Texas & the 17.

& from Brian S King...


I don't. We find out all kinds of

good news from Marc Elias for one example.

Twitter is What We Make of IT.
Oh here's Stacy Abrams in Georgia!

Yes Biden has.. I"m happy too! Here's another one...


How Doug Jones Brought KKK Church Bombers to Justice


Much of the media attention on Jones, the first Democrat elected in the state in a quarter century, focused on his role in prosecuting Ku Klux Klan members who had planted a bomb that killed four girls at a black church.

The terrorist attack occurred on September 15, 1963, when a bomb went off at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. The church was a known meeting place for Civil Rights organizers, and was targeted for that reason. The bomb injured at least 20 people and killed four young girls: Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, and Carol Denise McNair.

More to read @ link..


I Disagree.. Doug Jones is Not "boring" as you say.

We Can DO IT.. Especially since Biden WON!!

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