I have been authorized by Torrey Shearer of the PP to make this offer
Please look at my page, watch the vids, read the page and links carefully.
As the economy spirals lower, awaiting Mr. Obama, we have 21 days to prepair.
Pure Power has allied with Attorney Roy Webb, Proffesional Management of LA California.
(714) 937-1553 looking for partners, sponsors. attackers what evers. lol
Any interested parties may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call Roy.
If you want to donate, my paypal is: email@example.com
(Attack me if you want, leave my freinds alone.)
I am trying to keep this as an American Product. We can clean up the land, water and air pollution, while making energy more efficient. For our Future.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
James Tracy, Owner/President, Pure Power Inc.
Looks good James. Invite the members of we want to invest in the pickens plan to do so if it won't violate the terms and agreements with respect to the Pickens Plan. Might I also suggest you visit " The Obama-Biden Transition Team" and reserve a seat at the table where they are actually looking for new technology and those that will create jobs for Americans in America as opposed to jobs in other countries utilizing an American work force outside the USA. Best: Jessee
Ty, gentlemen. I have applied to the Obama transition team, Paulson, about everybody in doe, and asked for 1 trash and 1 coal plant. I have 120+ VC and Angel investors looking from linkedin.com
I am hoping to do 20 trash plants, thats 10b, and alot of jobs.
Buy all the american made vehicles, and put americans back to work.
And export that talent overseas, to get the trash and coal cleaner for our future!
I have some "radical" ideas that do not incorporate burning anything for energy production. Recycling is always a good idea, as it costs less to use the recycled material than it would to start with fresh material. I remember a test years ago to put recycled tires into concrete for roadways. It worked too well, and the industry feared that the longevity of the road would put people out of work.
The problems we have in waste management, is the same for energy. Profits are always regarded as the primary consideration, even at the risk of health to the public. This has been demonstrated so many times, and yet we still buy in to the notion that government or corporate policy will make safety a primary factor in product design or function. It just does not work in reality, as shareholders' dividends win out over what serves the best interests of all people.
Jobs in production that moved off shore, were to boost the corporate bottom line with lower wages and tax incentives, but when oil prices soared, the cost of transporting product back to American consumers took away all those advantages of off shore production.
Yes the problem with our government is rooted in the flood of lobbiests who infest capital hill with the special interests hogging the microphone and overwhelming the legislators with fictitious "facts" about what the best policy is. Like ticks on a beloved dog, we must cleanse our sacred lawmaking process from these parasites and let the good common sense folks have their turn at making laws.
The proliferation of industry-created "Covenants and Conditions and Restrictions" on the vast majority of housing includes restrictions that prohibit solar apparatus with "adhesion contracts" that never expire due to automatic renewal clauses (which violate the constitution prohibition of perpetuities). All the deeds to new housing built by the largest housing mills in the history of man have been contaminated by the industrial waste of fascist rules. Americans who buy new affordable mass-produced housing are forced to live under these conditions - contrary to the rhetoric that "we chose to live under these rules when we bought a new house" - nobody agrees to surrender the constitutional rights in exchange for basic housing. There is effectively no choice in housing any longer - and this is the way the big corporations planned it. They did it by controlling the legislature and preventing good reform measures that will compel these mini-dictatorships to obtain a majority vote from the people living under these conditions to stay in business and allow the contract to expire when the developer leaves and the homeowners get a vote. Instead, we see "automatic renewals" and there never is a vote by the people on whether they wish to renew these terms and conditions that prevent enjoying property ownership with the right to put solar power panels on our roof and simply abide by the city residential restrictions that prevent cars on blocks and out-of-control weeds and unsafe structures.
This current situation is the result of years of lobby control - and it's time we ban the corporate lobby from the hallowed halls of our legislatures all across the country. "We the people" can then have our say AND be heard without the interference and rhetoric of the fascist corporate boards. Consumers and homeowners are the ones who must be in control of the lawmaking process - not the greedy corporate lawyers who are only interested in profits.
This solar panel prohibition on our homes is just one small part of the bigger problem America faces- fascist attitudes and corporate control of our legislative process by lobbyists.
Obamma has made statements about the lobby problem - I hope he has a good tick dip ready to give capital hill a long-overdue bath right out of the chute.
You could not be more right. I believe breaking our addiction on foreign oil rests solely on the government braking it's addiction on lobbyists.
The politicians know the difference between right and wrong. The lure of money keeps pulling it in the wrong direction. Nobody denies pork barrel spending.
The technology to turn trash into energy is 10+ years old, and been shelved by big oil and bush cronyism.
Plants already have shown 500kw in for 800kw out + solids and metals to sell. http://www.ecogeek.org/content/view/1872/64/
But you ask why you should back me. Because I have the nerve to stand up, and even die for what I believe in!
I ask you, if you want to drink poisoned water, and breath poisoned air.
Do you want the trash you throw out today in your food and water tomarrow.
We have a choice, to act now and change the way we handle energy and pollution, or we can continue down the path we have been on.
Do you remember in the 80's when the big controversy with the Trash Incinerators burning the trash was
for every 100 trucks of trash backed up to the Incinerator it created 30 trucks of 300
times more toxic
Ash that still had to be buried in land fill? So what would be the difference.....