Jueseppi B.:

We all need an angel of two Ms. Marion.

Originally posted on cadesertvoice:

I was out doing my once a month shopping and walking up and down the aisles of my favorite, local health food store. Out of nowhere comes this tall, cheery man stopping in front of me to say, “I hope you’re having a wonderful day!”

He said it very loud and as if he truly wanted me to have a great day. I could feel the warmth covering my face going down through my heart and extending throughout my body from the genuine love I sensed from this stranger.

“Thank you! I hope you are enjoying your day too,” I said.

He shot back, “Every day I am alive and see people like you I have a great day!” He moved on and said something to another shopper.

I stopped a grocery worker and mentioned the man and his wonderful cheer for the season. The worker said, “Oh, he comes…

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It Just Keeps Getting Better And Better For Barack Hussein Obama

By Jueseppi B.






This is specifically for The TeaTardedRepubliCANT Pseudo-Freudian Psycho-Sexual  Secret-Whore Pro-caucasian Pro-Racist Anti-LGBT Anti-Feminist  Reich Wing GOPretender Conselfishservative NRA-Gun Loving Nut Bag racist caucasian Party members who still can’t comprehend who won the 2012 Presidential Election.


For those misinformed misguided and totally delusional members of Congress who can’t accept that the Black American Presidential candidate, Barack Hussein Obama, won re-election……




Presidential                Vice Presidential 


Barack H. Obama    Joseph R. Biden, Jr.  Democratic

Popular Vote                         Electoral Vote

65,237,610  50.93%           332   61.7%




Presidential                Vice Presidential 


Willard Romney        Paul Ryan  Republican

Popular Vote                         Electoral Vote

60,635,398    47.33%         206    38.3%



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Jueseppi B.:

Thank you Mr. Bearden, for explaining things in this post for the uninformed.

Originally posted on okieprogressive:

Bob Murl Bearden

Fiscal-Cliff-Ahead-iStock_000020775494XSmallThe ‘Fiscal Cliff’ is looming closer and closer, but do you think that the Republicans of the far right wing of the party care? No, they don’t! What they care about is clear–saving the uber-rich from having to pay taxes. Not only do they not want them to have to pay taxes, they don’t want them to have to give up any of their many tax rebates, credits and allowances that allow them to own ten homes and two dozen cars or a secret account in the Caymans. It’s insane but there it is. Mark Twain was right, ‘Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt’! They would like Kipling who said, “Deny the moon was even Stilton!!

And they have never met a fact that they couldn’t ignore. They have totally ignored the election results and are blithely going along as if the election never happened–intent…

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Presidential Inaugural Committee Announces Presidential Inauguration Details

By Jueseppi B.




Construction continues on the viewing stand for President Obama’s Inauguration Day ceremonies.  J. Scott Applewhite/AP



Obama inauguration details announced


By Washington Post staff reports, Published: December 6


President Obama’s second inauguration will feature two swearings-in and the traditional parade and official balls. All the pomp will follow a national day of service to honor the country’s shared values and the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., the newly launched Presidential Inaugural Committee announced Thursday.


Eva Longoriawho was a big fundraiser and prominent surrogate for Obama’s campaign, will serve as a committee co-chair, all four living former presidents will serve as honorary co-chairs, and several top campaign officials will organize the weekend’s festivities.


Campaign manager Jim Messina is in charge of the inaugural parade down Pennsylvania Avenue on Jan. 21, which coincides with the King federal holiday.


As is the tradition when the constitutionally mandated swearing-in falls on a Sunday, the chief justice will administer the oath of office privately on Jan. 20, then perform it in front of the crowds on the Capitol steps the next day.


The District launched a Web site Thursday where residents and visitors can get information and updates on road closures, existing hotel rooms and transit, although the road closures usually are not announced until the last week of December. The site, inauguration.dc.gov, is the inauguration committee’s official go-to place for ticket information.


The president and first lady and Vice President Biden and his wife will participate in service projects in the metropolitan area. In 2009, the president visited with troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and then with teens at a D.C. shelter.


Said President Obama: “This year’s inaugural will reflect our belief that working together, we can keep moving our country forward.”


Complete article can be found here: Washington Post




First events for Obama’s second inaugural announced






Construction for President Obama’s second inauguration is underway.(Nicholas Kamm / AFP-Getty Images / November 10, 2012)


By By Michael A. Memoli, L A Times


The Presidential Inaugural Committee, tasked with planning festivities surrounding the second swearing-in of President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, announced Thursday the preliminary details of what will be a long weekend of events to mark the start of the administration’s second term, beginning with a National Day of Service on Jan. 19.


The Obamas and Bidens, as well as members of the Cabinet, will participate in community service projects in the capital region to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.


Because Jan. 20, the constitutionally mandated date for the swearing-in of a president, falls on a Sunday, the public inaugural on the West Front of the Capitol will take place on Monday, Jan. 21. But Obama and Biden will take the oath of office to officially begin their second terms in what the committee says will be a small, private ceremony on the 20th.


The Presidential Inaugural Committee announced that all four living former presidents will serve as its honorary co-chairmen. ActressEva Longoria is among the four other co-chairs, who will be primarily responsible for raising funds for the events.


The Complete article can be read here at The L A Times









Hat Tip/Shout Out: Huff Post DC


Inauguration 2013: District Of Columbia Government Launches Website For Swearing-In Ceremony


WASHINGTON — The new District of Columbia’s 2013 Presidential Inauguration website promises all kinds of useful information for the 500,000 to 800,000 people expected in the nation’s capital for President Obama’s second inauguration set for Jan. 21 — that’s less than half the number who attended the 2009 inauguration.


On the site: Tips for getting around, a map of the National Mall and alist of prohibited items (among them: real and simulated firearms, thermoses, pets and booze).


There’s a link to a useful map of D.C. traffic cameras and links to the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies’ website, which is the place to go for information about getting tickets and for information.


Some sections of the D.C. government website are empty as of Thursday afternoon, like the page concerning city closures and the page about volunteering.


Complete post can be read here:  Huff Post DC




Obama Inauguration

The D.C. government has launched an Inauguration website:  District of Columbia’s 2013 Presidential Inauguration website



Jueseppi B.:

It’s as if the election held 31 days ago, just didn’t even happen. Vote for the President and we TeaTardedRepubliCANTS will punish you by removing union support and importance.

Originally posted on The Fifth Column:

Apparently there were no lessons learned from the past general election by over-reaching Republican legislators.

Think Progress

On Thursday, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) backtracked on his commitment to avoid so-called “right-to-work” legislation and by the end of the day, both the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan state Senate had introduced and passed separate bills aimed at the state’s union workforce.

Michigan Republicans claim the state needs the measure to stay competitive with Indiana, where lawmakers passed “right-to-work” last year. In reality, though, such laws have negative effects on workers and little effect on economic growth. Here is what you need to know about the state GOP’s campaign:

THE LEGISLATION: Both the state House and state Senate passed legislation on Thursday that prohibits private sector unions from requiring members to pay dues. The Senate followed suit and passed a different but similar measure that extends the same prohibition for…

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