Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say–a preamble

Say What You Mean, Meaning What You Say

Democrat Alcee L. Hastings called the Republican House on it’s decision and radification of a law suit against President Obama. He says it is “a frivolous lawsuit on steroids” and that it by-passes so many truly needful initiatives that ought to be under expedited and serious consideration such as repairing city infra-structure, (Washington’s full of potholes) or (among other issues) dealing with the immigration crisis at our borders.

The Health Care Act and the improved Economy are two big plus marks in the column for Presidental Achievement. The Equal Pay Act, and the Increase in Minimum wage are worthy of praise and remembrance.

It is just encouraging to me that members of Congress will speak their truth to powers that be and not bite their tongue. I only wish the Nation would rise up and March on the House of Representatives with an eye to impeach and throw out those obstructionist power mongers who seek to enrich their lot and keep the Country choking on the corporate stranglehold that these unworthy elected officials promulgate.

Is there nothing we can do as a body politic? We voted them in; let’s take some action to get them out–now–don’t wait for elections—Free Our Country Now! Here’s the Daily Word.

My intentions shape my experience.
Tuesday, August 5, 2014

My life runs smoothly when I lay the proper foundation. Beginning my day with a clear intention focuses my energy and directs my activities. Intention is like a laser beam of light guiding me through any uncertainty. What I need to accomplish may seem overwhelming, but as I attune to my intention, I move through my day with ease.

To clarify my intentions, I ask myself: Who am I willing to be today? What qualities will help me succeed? Do I want to be grateful and courageous? Clear and focused? Present and enthusiastic? Once I’ve set my intention, I attend to my tasks with confidence. I have all I need to live this day with ease and grace.
I intend to keep on reminding you of these things, though you know them already.—2 Peter 1:12

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