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Gulf Coast Resident/Victim Jennifer Rexford Stops by Liberty Underground/The Moretti Report

Florida resident Jennifer Rexford stopped by and made courageous revelations regarding the lack of care/treatment/assistance after she had worked in the process of cleaning up the BP gulf spill. She now suffers from various ailments as documented by her videos.

The Big Disappointment

jmrexford | Feb 27, 2011

The big move will be put off they offered my husband the quick claim and that’s not enough to even move! Or catch up on anything

jmrexford’s Channel

on YouTube but there are more connected via her lasted video above or here.

Liberty Underground/The Moretti Report with Jennifer Rexford

Listen to internet radio with FreedomizerRadio on Blog Talk Radio

And the most disgusting commentary by Kenneth Feinberg and the Judge’s decision. And yes… this fallout,  from the BP oil spill catastrophe is all Obama’s fault

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How Do You Fill a “Duece and a Quarter”? For $ 3.25 a Gallon Self-Serve!

It’s the beginning of bad times for all!

ah…remember the very good ol’ days…

If you have been on the planet, specifically in the United States of America, for any length of time, you will notice the sheer repetition of oil prices rising and Democratic ‘toolish’ Presidential terms. Patterns exist and constantly persist during Democratic administrations, not a quick spike that relaxes, but a gradual, comfortable, increase that doesn’t ever ease.

Jimmy Carter Idiot Move
Bill Clinton Obtuse Plan Caught
and today’s Bogus POS POTUS fallout results in:

I know that I shouldn’t complain as elsewhere others are paying more… however… you know if there was ever a time that “bailout monies” should have been used… it should have all been preparatory for this gouging of the American people. How much money was thrown at countries with nothing gained in return. How about restoring and repairing and enabling oil wells in the USA to operate. At least all of “We the People” in the United States would benefit from well controlled gas pump prices. But then again, this President, cares nothing for this country or the people. Obama has his own tooled agenda which proves more and more to be that of a Dictator like his pal Chavez.

Oil Scam Sham: It’s All About the Dollars and Destruction!

If Azerbaijan to supply oil to US, in a round about cycle, and the deal is on the table and set… then why would we see $5 a Gallon Gas on Way, Ex-Big Oil Exec Says. This is not our only source for oil. We also import from Canada, Nigeria, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Iraq, Angola, Algeria, Colombia, Russia, Ecuador, Brazil, Kuwait, Gabon, and the United Kingdom.

And guess what our job crashing Bogus POTUS did to improve his apologetic appearances upon the world. He knuckled down and put a moratorium upon oil extraction for the USA! He doesn’t appear to consult experts in oil, just money brokers.

CongressmanGT | December 09, 2010 | 1 likes, 1 dislikes

Thompson decries moratorium on oil and gas drilling on portions of the outer continental Shelf.

Now the International Business Times appears to have what the correct plan, should be, outlined via “Increasing U.S. oil production can jump-start the economy: AEI“.  But, don’t hold your breath waiting for the Bogus POS POTUS to get interested in job creation! His words have  just become a meaningless overused campaigning CON-ment to appeal to the masses with respect to any new or renewed jobs. Creation has never fit into his agenda  as he continues to strip this country into destruction! It’s does not take a rocket scientist to understand that operating companies that are making money for goods or services are paying employees to man them. A non-working company has no employees with pay! Any formerly employed person is resting on Unemployment, Food Stamps, and Free Medical Care and becomes a slug and/or a drain upon the finances of this nation and all working Americans. TA-DA! Simple economics that even a Bogus POTUS can comprehend.

Because the elites are squeezing every coin they can from everyone and everywhere that they can, we are well on our way… Third World Status here we come and we will be paying them to do it! Remember the elites win when they bet… on the markets and upon the backs of the Global Citizenry!


Explosion In Mexico at PEMEX in San Martin Texmelucan

Explotan ductos de Pemex en San Martín Texmelucan

English translated link (very loosely) through Babel Fish~

They explode ductos of PEMEX in San Martin Texmelucan where 10 deaths are currently confirmed via the municipal authorities.

Update

Mexican city devastated by pipeline blast; 27 die 6:42 pm CST.

Obama “Flaming Alpha” the Day After the Elections?

Can you see it now?

How appropriate that an oil derrick explosion is captured!  So reminiscent of another huge Obama failure!

I swear he is going to go through spontaneous combustion at any moment… if he was Pinocchio his nose could reach California after his whining lying diatribe:

Obama On GOP: The Empire Is Striking Back!

YeshivaworldEditor | October 17, 2010

President Obama, with a coarse voice, warned a crowd in Ohio: “They’re fighting back. The empire is striking back. To win this election, they are plowing ten’s of millions of dollars into front groups. They are running misleading negative ads all across the country.”

(Real Clear Politics Video)

Of course he needs to launch right over the Indian Ocean to achieve it… just after the election… via Air Force 1 because no one is falling for his horse$hit again.

Obama to arrive in India on Diwali night

He’s heard there’s a party going on there and that is so much more important than the reality of an upcoming trial for treason.

Keep slinging the mud, it’s working wonders for the Conservative base, O mighty O-dumbo!

It’s over, O knows it and “We the People” know it. With a cleaner U.S. Congress, he will be kept in check.

Truth to start, Vote Smart!

This Labor Day Obama Tries to Birth Another Stimulus in Wisconsin

Unions looking for more handouts (taxpayer dollars) for votes, the pay to play…the mouthpiece and top producing snake oil salesman speaks to them:

Pr. Obama – Labor Day (1) Jobs, Infrastructure, Middle Class, Small Business – Milwaukee

StartLoving3 | September 06, 2010

Labor, Chamber, Discuss Economy and Political Strategy

This past Wednesday, the AFL-CIO held their annual briefing on the state of the labor movement and jobs. AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka discussed the Labor movement’s political strategy for the upcoming midterm elections and his hope that congress will work on more job creation legislation. Read More »

On Thursday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce presented its Labor Day briefing at their headquarters in Washington. The Chamber’s Chief Economists Martin Regalia and Randy Johnson, their Senior Vice President of Labor, Immigration, and Employee Benefits discussed current economic and workplace issues for businesses. They also talked about the Chamber’s strategy for the upcoming mid term elections.

Washington, DC

Per Today With President Barack Obama:

Remarks of President Barack Obama on the Economy—As Prepared for Delivery
September 6, 2010
Milwaukee Laborfest
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Hello, Milwaukee! Thank you to the Milwaukee Area Labor Council and to all of my brothers and sisters in the AFL-CIO for inviting me to spend this day with you – a day that belongs to the working men and women of America.

I want to acknowledge your outstanding national president, a man who knows that a strong economy needs a strong labor movement: Rich Trumka; Dave Newby, president of the Wisconsin AFL-CIO; and our host, your Milwaukee Area Labor Council Secretary-Treasurer, Sheila Cochran, who I hear has a birthday tomorrow. I’m proud to be here with our Secretary of Labor, a daughter of union members, Hilda Solis; and our Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood. And let’s hear it for the folks at the forefront of every fight for Wisconsin’s working men and women – Senator Herb Kohl; Congresswoman Gwen Moore; and your outstanding mayor, Tom Barrett. Your other great senator, Russ Feingold, was here with you earlier, standing with you and your families just like he always has, but he had to head to his hometown of Janesville to participate in their Labor Day parade.

So it is good to be back in Milwaukee. Of course, this isn’t my first time at Laborfest. I stood right here with you two years ago, when I was still a candidate for this office. During that campaign, we talked about how, for years, the values of hard work and responsibility that built this country had been given short shrift, and how that was slowly hollowing out our middle class. About how some on Wall Street took reckless risks and cut corners to turn huge profits, while working Americans were fighting harder and harder just to stay afloat. And about how the decks were too often stacked in favor of the special interests and against working Americans.

What we knew, even then, was that these years would be some of the most difficult in our history. And then, two weeks later, the bottom fell out of the economy. Middle-class families suddenly found themselves swept up in the worst recession in our lifetimes.

So the problems facing working families are nothing new. But they are more serious than ever. And that makes our cause more urgent than ever. For generations, it was the great American middle class that made our economy the envy of the world. It’s got to be that way again.

It was folks like you, after all, who forged that middle class. It was working men and women who made the twentieth century the American century. It was the labor movement that helped secure so much of what we take for granted today – the 40-hour work week, the minimum wage, family leave, health insurance, Social Security, Medicare, retirement plans, those cornerstones of middle class security that all bear the union label.

And it was that greatest of generations that built America into the greatest force for prosperity, opportunity and freedom the world has ever known. Americans like my grandfather, who went off to war just boys, returned home men, and traded one uniform and set of responsibilities for another. Americans like my grandmother, who rolled up their sleeves and worked in factories on the home front. When the war was over, they studied under the GI Bill; bought homes under the FHA; raised families buttressed by good jobs that paid good wages with good benefits.

It was through my grandparents’ experience that I was brought up to believe that anything is possible in America. But they also knew the feeling when that opportunity is pulled out from under you. They would tell me about seeing their fathers or uncles losing jobs during the depression; how it wasn’t just the loss of a paycheck that stung. It was the blow to their dignity; their sense of self-worth. I’ll bet a lot of us have seen people changed after a long bout of unemployment; how it can wear down even the strongest spirits.

So my grandparents taught me early on that a job is about more than a paycheck, as important as that is. A job is about waking up every day with a sense of purpose, and going to bed each night fulfilled. A job is about meeting your responsibilities to yourself, to your family, to your community. I carried that lesson with me all those years ago when I got my start fighting for men and women on the South Side of Chicago after their local steel plant shut down. I carried that lesson with me through my time as a state senator and a U.S. Senator. I carry that lesson with me today.

And I know that there are folks right here in Milwaukee and all across America who are going through these kinds of struggles. Eight million Americans lost their jobs in this recession. And while we’ve had eight straight months of private sector job growth, the new jobs haven’t been coming fast enough. Now, the plain truth is, there’s no silver bullet or quick fix to the problem. Even when I was running for this office, we knew it would take time to reverse the damage of a decade’s worth of policies that saw a few folks prosper while the middle class kept falling behind – and it will take more time than any of us wants to dig out of the hole created by this economic crisis.

But on this Labor Day, there are two things I want you to know, Milwaukee. Number one: I’m going to keep fighting, every single day, to turn this economy around; to put our people back to work; to renew the American Dream for your families and for future generations.

Number two – and this I believe with every fiber of my being: America cannot have a strong, growing economy without a strong, growing middle class, and the chance for everybody, no matter how humble their beginnings, to join that middle class. A middle class built on the idea that if you work hard and live up to your responsibilities, you can get ahead – and enjoy some basic guarantees in life. A good job that pays a good wage. Health care that’ll be there when you get sick. A secure retirement even if you’re not rich. An education that’ll give our kids a better life than we had. These are simple ideas. American ideas.

I was thinking about this last week. On the day I announced the end to our combat mission in Iraq, I spent some time, as I often do, with our soldiers and veterans. This new generation of troops coming home from Iraq has earned its place alongside that greatest generation. Like them, they have the skills and training and drive to move America’s economy forward once more. And from the time I took office, we’ve been investing in new care, new opportunity, and a new commitment to their service that’s worthy of their sacrifice. But they’re coming home to an economy hit by recession deeper than any we’ve seen. And the question is, how do we create the same kind of middle class opportunity my grandparents’ generation came home to? How do we build our economy on the same kind of strong, stable foundation for growth?

Well, anyone who thinks we can move this economy forward with a few doing well at the top, hoping it’ll trickle down to working folks running faster and faster just to keep up – they just haven’t studied our history. We didn’t become the most prosperous country in the world by rewarding greed and recklessness. We didn’t come this far by letting special interests run wild. We didn’t do it by just gambling and chasing paper profits on Wall Street. We did it by producing goods we could sell; we did it with sweat and effort and innovation. We did it by investing in the people who built this country from the ground up – workers, and middle-class families, and small business owners. We did it by out-working, out-educating, and out-competing everyone else.

Milwaukee, that’s what we’re going to do again. That’s what’s been at the heart of all our efforts: building our economy on a new foundation so that our middle class doesn’t just survive this crisis – but thrives once we emerge. And over the last two years, that’s meant taking on some powerful interests who had been dominating the agenda in Washington for too long.

That’s why we passed financial reform that provides new accountability and tough oversight of Wall Street; reform that will stop credit card companies from gouging you with hidden fees and unfair rate hikes; reform that ends the era of taxpayer bailouts for Wall Street once and for all.

That’s why we eliminated tens of billions of dollars in wasteful taxpayer subsidies to big banks that provide student loans. We’re using those savings to put a college education within reach for working families.

That’s why we passed health insurance reform that will make coverage affordable; reform that ends the indignity of insurance companies jacking up your premiums at will or denying you coverage just because you get sick; reform that shifts control from them to you.

That’s why we’re making it easier for workers to save for retirement, with new ways of saving your tax refunds, a simpler system for enrolling in plans like 401(k)s, and fighting to strengthen Social Security for the future. And to those who may still run for office planning to privatize Social Security, let me be clear: as long as I’m President, I’ll fight every effort to take the retirement savings of a generation of Americans and hand it over to Wall Street. Not on my watch.

That’s why we’ve given tax cuts to small business owners. Tax cuts to clean energy companies. A tax cut to 95 percent of working Americans, just like I promised you on the campaign. And instead of giving tax breaks to corporations to create jobs overseas, we’re cutting taxes for companies that put our people to work here at home.

That’s why we’re investing in growth industries like clean energy and manufacturing. And you’ve got leaders here like Tom Barrett and Jim Doyle who have been fighting to bring those jobs to Milwaukee and to Wisconsin. Because we want to see the solar panels and wind turbines and electric cars of tomorrow manufactured here. We don’t just want to buy stuff made elsewhere; we want to grow our exports so the world buys products that say “Made in America.”

Because there are no better workers than American workers, and I’ll place my bet on you any day of the week. When the naysayers said we should just let the American auto industry vanish and take hundreds of thousands of jobs down with it, we said we’d stand by them if they made the tough choices necessary to compete once again – and today, that industry is on the way back.

Now, another thing we’ve done is make sound and long-overdue investments in upgrading our outdated and inefficient national infrastructure. We’re not just talking new roads, bridges, dams and levees; but also a smart electric grid and the broadband internet and high-speed rail lines required to compete in the 21st century economy. We’re talking investments in tomorrow that are creating hundreds of thousands of private sector jobs today.

It was because of these investments, and the tens of thousands of projects they spurred all over the country, that the battered construction sector actually grew last month for the first time in a long time. Still, nearly one in five construction workers are unemployed. And it doesn’t do anybody any good when so many American workers have been idled for months, even years, at a time when there is so much of America to rebuild.

That’s why, today, I am announcing a new plan for rebuilding and modernizing America’s roads, rails and runways for the long-term.

Over the next six years, we are going to rebuild 150,000 miles of our roads – enough to circle the world six times. We’re going to lay and maintain 4,000 miles of our railways – enough to stretch coast-to-coast. We’re going to restore 150 miles of runways and advance a next generation air-traffic control system to reduce travel time and delays for American travelers – something I think folks across the political spectrum could agree on.

This is a plan that will be fully paid for and will not add to the deficit over time – we’re going to work with Congress to see to that. It sets up an Infrastructure Bank to leverage federal dollars and focus on the smartest investments. It will continue our strategy to build a national high-speed rail network that reduces congestion, travel times, and harmful emissions. It will cut waste and bureaucracy by consolidating and collapsing more than 100 different, often duplicative programs. And it will change the way Washington spends your tax dollars; reforming the haphazard and patchwork way we fund and maintain our infrastructure to focus less on wasteful earmarks and outdated formulas, and more on competition and innovation that gives us the best bang for the buck.

All of this will not only create jobs now, but will make our economy run better over the long haul. It’s a plan that history tells us can and should attract bipartisan support. It’s a plan that says even in the still-smoldering aftermath of the worst recession in our lifetimes, America can act to shape our own destiny, to move this country forward, to leave our children something better – something lasting.

So these are the things we’ve been working for. These are some of the victories that you helped us achieve. And we’re not done. We’ve got a lot more progress to make. And I believe we will.

But there are some folks in Washington who see things differently. When it comes to just about everything we’ve done to strengthen the middle class and rebuild our economy, almost every Republican in Congress said no. Even where we usually agree, they say no. They think it’s better to score political points before an election than actually solve problems. So they said no to help for small businesses. No to middle-class tax cuts. No to unemployment insurance. No to clean energy jobs. No to making college affordable. No to reforming Wall Street. Even as we speak, these guys are saying no to cutting more taxes for small business owners. I mean, come on! Remember when our campaign slogan was “Yes We Can?” These guys are running on “No, We Can’t,” and proud of it. Really inspiring, huh?

To steal a line from our old friend, Ted Kennedy: what is it about working men and women that they find so offensive?

When we passed a bill earlier this summer to help states save the jobs of hundreds of thousands of teachers, nurses, police officers and firefighters that were about to be laid off, they said “no” to that, too. In fact, the Republican who’s already planning to take over as Speaker of the House dismissed them as “government jobs” that weren’t worth saving. Not worth saving? These are the people who teach our kids. Who keep our streets safe. Who put their lives on the line for our own. I don’t know about you, but I think those jobs are worth saving.

We made sure that bill wouldn’t add to the deficit, either. We paid for it by finally closing a ridiculous tax loophole that actually rewarded corporations for shipping jobs and profits overseas. It let them write off the taxes they pay foreign governments – even when they don’t pay taxes here. How do you like that – middle class families footing tax breaks for corporations that create jobs somewhere else! Even a lot of America’s biggest corporations agreed the loophole should be closed, that it wasn’t fair – but the man with the plan to be Speaker is already aiming to open it up again.

Bottom line is, these guys refuse to give up on the economic philosophy they peddled for most of the last decade. You know that philosophy: you cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires; you cut rules for special interests; you cut working folks like you loose to fend for yourselves. They called it the ownership society. What it really boiled down to was: if you couldn’t find a job, or afford college, or got dropped by your insurance company – you’re on your own.

Well, that philosophy didn’t work out so well for working folks. It didn’t work out so well for our country. All it did was rack up record deficits and result in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

I’m not bringing this up to re-litigate the past; I’m bringing it up because I don’t want to re-live the past. It would be one thing if Republicans in Washington had new ideas or policies to offer; if they said, you know, we’ve learned from our mistakes. We’ll do things differently this time. But that’s not what they’re doing. When the leader of their campaign committee was asked on national television what Republicans would do if they took over Congress, he actually said they’d follow “the exact same agenda” as they did before I took office. The exact same agenda.

So basically, they’re betting that between now and November, you’ll come down with a case of amnesia. They think you’ll forget what their agenda did to this country. They think you’ll just believe that they’ve changed. These are the folks whose policies helped devastate our middle class and drive our economy into a ditch. And now they’re asking you for the keys back.

Do you want to give them the keys back? Me neither. And do you know why? Because they don’t know how to drive! At a time when we’re just getting out of the ditch, they’d pop it in reverse, let the special interests ride shotgun, and hit the gas, careening right back into that ditch.

Well, I refuse to go backwards, Milwaukee. And that’s the choice America faces this fall. Do we go back to the policies of the past? Or do we move forward? I say we move forward. America always moves forward. And we are going to keep moving forward today.

Let me just close by saying this. I know these are difficult times. I know folks are worried, and there’s still a lot of hurt out here. I hear about it when I spend time in towns like this; I read about it in your letters at night. And when times are tough, it can be easy to give in to cynicism and fear; doubt and division – to set our sights lower and settle for something less.

But that is not who we are. That is not the country I know. We do not give up. We do not quit. We are a people that faced down war and depression; great challenges and great threats; and lit the way for the rest of the world. Whenever times have seemed at their worst, Americans have been at their best. Because it is in those times when we roll up our sleeves and remember that we will rise or fall together – as one nation, and one people. That’s the spirit that started the labor movement. The idea that alone, we are weak. Divided, we fall. But united, we are strong. That’s why we call them unions. That’s why we call this the United States of America.

Milwaukee, that’s the case I am going to make across the country this fall – yours. And I am asking for your help. If you are willing to join me, and Tom Barrett, and Gwen Moore, and Russ Feingold, we can strengthen our middle class and make our economy work for working Americans again. We can restore the American Dream and deliver it safely to our children. That’s how we built the last American century. That’s how we’ll build the next. We don’t believe in the words “No, we can’t.” We are Americans, and in times of great challenge, we push forward with an unyielding faith that we can. Yes, we can. Thank you, God Bless You and the work you do, and God Bless the United States of America.

More Crud and Crude Oil at the Beach in the Gulf with Controlled Pep/Prep Rallies?

BIG SURPRISE… More Crud and Crude Oil at the Beach in the Gulf

Casey Nunez once again on the Mississippi shoreline yesterday:

More Oil Lies

HistoryTours | August 18, 2010

Bp said the oil was gone

Scarier scenes that Casey detail are the pep rallies “brain-washings” that, performers and celebrities, worked on the crowd at an event later yesterday:

The Gulf Oil Lie

HistoryTours | August 18, 2010

MY STICKCAM CHANNEL http://www.stickam.com/zelch

Scariest, that Researchers Confirm Oil Remains Just as Casey records:

Researchers: 80 Percent of Oil Remains in Gulf

AssociatedPress | August 17, 2010

Researchers say as much as 80 percent of the oil from the spill remains in the Gulf. They warn that the Gulf of Mexico oil spill is a bigger mess than the government claims and that a lot of crude is lurking deep below the surface. (Aug. 17)

A 6 year offer as reported: Mediator takes reins on gulf oil spill claims by the Los Angeles Times tends to validate the strength, volume, and duration of oil in the Gulf ~

Reporting from Houma, La. —

Wayde Bonvillain, who makes his living selling Louisiana’s tender softshell crabs, said Wednesday that his problem is he doesn’t know yet how broke he is. How can he know, when crabs make their home thousands of feet down on the ocean floor, and now people are saying there’s spilled oil on the bottom of the sea?

BP has offered him $143,000 for six years of lost earnings…

I wonder when the Bogus POTUS administration’s backpedaling will commence?

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