I am exceedingly encouraged by our meet & greet yesterday at the Millenia Mall. Each of those in attendance (5 total) indicated their desire to help build a group with numbers sufficient enough to effect change.
For me, it was refreshing to see individuals with rather diverse political intersests, motivations, agendas, etc. to solidly agree on these:
1) we must do something,
2) the most promising plan going is Pickens,
3) it's worth ignoring our differences to work together,
4) the plan is, in fact, a proposed U.S Energy Policy
5) political inroads are essential
6) local, vocal, & visable numbers are required
7) without numbers, we do nothing to advance plan
8) therefore, commited to growing our numbers.
I am free just about any evening. I would be willing to travel to you if you can gather a few people. Once we start having pockets of people, we'll stitch them together and force our legislators to take notice.
Hi Peak Dad,
Joined the group a couple days ago, was in DC until late last night. I hope the meeting went well, I'd like to atend future events. Keep me looped in, and add me to your linkedin network email@example.com
My name is Bernie DeCastro and I joined the Picken's plan a few days ago. I live in Ocala. I am running for the Florida House of Representatives District 23. How can I get the Picken's badge on my campaign website www.electbernie.com? One of the things I'm advocating is that we not rellect any members of the U.S. Congress. This will get the world's attention and I guarantee will end gridlock and within one decade we will be well on our way to ending our dependence on oil.
I'am ready to go on PickensPlan. What we can do now is to stop buying from Exxon/Mobile and Citgo. Exxon is the biggest price gouger in the history of business and Citgo is owned by the communists Hugo Chavez. If we stop buying they go out of business. That makes a big impression on the rest of the oil companies and oil countries