Sunday, February 10, 2008

I never thought I'd consider a Mormon or a Republican to be the best, and I never thought I'd vote for the Presidency again, but Ron Paul's getting my

I am pro-abortion rights so I assumed I would dissagree with Dr. Paul, but when I researched his stance on the issue, I found that his ideas as far as how the issue should be delt with in our government, I couldn't agree more. He said "A pro-life culture can be built only from the ground up, person by person," and I too would like to see a more "pro-life culture" in my way. He knows this is supposed to be a state issue; having it be so would provide room for both strongly-held beliefs in our country. He is against public funding of abortion, which is an issue I'd never thought of. I agree it's not right that people be forced to pay for something which they are extremely morally opposed to. I sure hate my tax dollars feeding all the corruption and disruption I see (all of which Ron Paul sees too, and wishes to eradicate to the best of his abilities!) And that is why I like Ron Paul. He is right-on everywhere I look. Even when we disagree.

He also has a nice website.

Parasitic Wasps

Found this well-said attack in a reply to a You-Tube video from Merck about Gardasil, the hpv "vaccine."

There are waps which inject spiders or caterpillars with a semi-paralysing poison, which are then used to feed the wasp grubs when they hatch from their eggs.

Similarly, the medical-pharmaceutical mafia injects children with ill-health to turn them into life-long consumers of mafia products and who function at only a fraction of their potential prior to being vaccinated.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Participate in Creating a Better World, One Couch at a Time, or how to find free accomodations and adventures with the locals nearly anywhere on earth


"Hello! The members of the CouchSurfing community welcome you and hope to see you on their couches someday soon.
Your first impression of CouchSurfing might be that you are joining to find a free place to stay or people to hang out with while you are traveling on any continent in the world. After your first experience of either surfing or hosting, you'll find out that what you get out of it is so much more. CouchSurfing is about participating in change. We make a better world by opening our homes, our hearts, and our lives. We open our minds and welcome the knowledge cultural exchange makes available. In sharing important moments, deep and meaningful connections cross oceans, continents and cultures. The friendships made through CouchSurfing enhance members' lives and contribute greatly to making the world a better, safer, more peaceful place. Signing up for a free couch and ending up with amazing adventures and a global family that's what we call the CouchSurfing experience!
One last note: You don't need a couch to join! As long as you anticipate sharing your couch sometime in your lifetime, or have already shared it, you're 100% welcome here! Cheers!"

How cool! Doesn't this get you rethinking all those travel dreams?