Friday, August 17, 2018

Jesus would never be allowed to teach!


Private School?
Jesus Christ never taught in private!
Christian school in central Florida
Baby Jesus could never go to this school!
Jesus Christ could never be allowed to teach at this school!

Yes, 
you know this story, so here goes anyway.

Yes, 
this school has been opened to schooling since 1971 without incidence?

Yes, 
it is or should be in their bylaws about hair.

But, why?

Back in the 1970’s people were protesting the Vietnam - Skirmish 
(not yet a war a Skirmish).
White boys grew their hair!
So What?

I wasted 6 years of my life 
in the military 
while helping to 
protect your right to punish children!
1961 to 1967

Growing calls for change

A little boy with dreadlocks enrolled at a fundamentalist Christian school.

It didn’t go well

The wrath of the Internet came down on a tiny private Christian school in central Florida this week, over video of a 6-year-old being turned away on the first day of school because he has dreadlocks.

It’s one of those stories where surprisingly few facts are in dispute between C.J. Stanley’s family and the school, and somehow it still ends in calls to the police, accusations of racism and death threats.

Don’t worry — C.J. is fine, albeit perplexed as to how his hair style became fuel in a national outrage. Anyway, here’s the story of how his first week of school went all wrong.

A Book Christian Academy has been educating children in the Orlando suburbs since 1971, the school’s administrator Sue Book told The Washington Post.

And at no point in those 47 years has any boy been allowed to have long hair in class.

A Book’s Christian Academy sent 6-year-old C.J. Stanley home on the first day of school Aug. 13 because his hair was longer than the permitted length. (Clinton Stanley Sr.)


, Reporter

August 15

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Tavares residents discuss future location of Confederate statue

The Lake County Historical Museum stands to make ‘$Millions$’ from this general!
If Mr. Mergenthaler and Mr. Grenier want to remember that part of our past in a Museum, hang a picture of a 'Human Slave' hanging from a tree until he rots!
And a picture of families picking cotton 18 to 20 hours a day 7 days a week (No Pay)!
Correct me if I am wrong?
But
Wasn’t all of those ‘Confederate states’ the ‘Enemy of this country’?
Didn't those states start a war with this country over slavery?
Each state had ‘humans as slaves’ and treated those ‘human slaves horribly’!

Every Confederate Officer had ‘human Slaves’!
Chains, whips, pain and even death were used regularly to keep those ‘human slaves’ in their place, so to speak!
Human Slave males were hung from trees and left for others to see while ‘male human slave owners’ raped their ‘female human slaves’!
Something like the 
‘enemies of freedom’ 
during the 
1st and 2nd 
world wars!

Tavares residents discuss future location of Confederate statue
TAVARES, Fla. —
Community members are gathering at the Tavares City Council meeting to discuss whether the statue of a Confederate general should be brought to their city.
Two years ago, lawmakers in Washington DC voted to remove the statute of Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, which had represented Florida in the nation's Capitol since 1922.
The Lake County Historical Museum was awarded the statue, which should be coming to the museum within a year.
Pastor Michael Watkins, of Friendship C.M.E. Church, doesn't want the statue to come.
"It promotes hatred or racism. 
It promotes white supremacy," 
Watkins said.
But others, like Lake County resident Brian Mergenthaler say they are fine with the statue moving to Tavares.
"It's part of our past
There's nothing to do to change that. 
It is what it is," 
Mergenthaler said.
Bob Grenier, 
the museum's curator, 
thinks it'll benefit the city.
"We're hoping to draw in lots of visitors,
 become part of the Florida Heritage Trail, 
boost that attendance, 
boost the economy," 
Grenier said.
A statue of Mary McLeod Bethune replaced the general's to represent Florida.

Voting Day in Lake County Florida


Voting Day in Lake County Florida

I am willing to bet pay-check to pay-check 
that no
 'Republican' 
at least 
in 'Lake-county'
 is forces to vote 
'Democrat?
However,
Creator and my ancestors are watching
so I will not and cannot take your money!
Well
Early voting anyway
Did you all get your 
‘Sample Ballot’?

Yes!
I am voting Democrat—DUH!









This is how to get elected to office in any 
'Red State' like 'Florida'!

Florida, 
at least in Lake County, 
forces
 'Democrats'
 to vote for 
'Republicans!?

I tried to check out 
Sean M. Parks
Bandwidth Limit Exceeded

WHAT?

The server is temporarily unable to service your request
due to
the site owner reaching 
his/her bandwidth limit.
 Please try again later.

WHAT?

And


The 'Florida Democratic Party'
 is allowing this
?!?

I am willing to bet pay-check to pay-check 
that no
 'Republican' at least in 'Lake-county' 
is forces to vote 'Democrat?

Yes
You can leave those
 'Republicans' in the running 
as blank!
(If you dare, hint-hint)!
If I did not, 
who would be voting 
against
 'Gary Cooney'?

You 'brag' about backing a 'Nazi loving', 'White Supremes', 'Women hating,' 'Female abuser,' 'Over weight Slob,' and also the backing of other 'sly,' 'greedy,' lying,' Government official'!

Here is a few samples of why!

Gary Cooney Announces Candidacy for Lake County Clerk

Appointment Letter from Governor Rick Scott

Gary Cooney Announces Candidacy for Lake County Clerk Senior Chief Deputy Clerk Gary Cooney with the Lake County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office has announced that he is running for Clerk after Neil Kelly announced his retirement this week. Mr. Cooney said in a statement, “with the pending retirement of my friend, mentor, and boss, Neil Kelly, and after much discussion

Newest ad about Jeff Green

Republican Jeff Green 100% behind Donald Trump,
 as a Democrat a clip supposing that
 he is sparring with Donald Trump.
So, 
what will Independent Jeff Green 
be saying while in the run for president?

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Senator Bill (Superman) Nelson destroys Florida!

Have you seen this ad on TV?
Well of course you have he is being allowed to flood the airways lately.
Reading between the lines, 
this is what the ad is really saying!

Senator Bill (Superman) Nelson destroys Florida!

(Governor Rick (C3P0) Scott’s 
newest foolish video 
about 
Senator Bill Nelson!
07 Aug 2018 Scott for Florida Releases New Television and Digital Ad: Unfair
Nelson (Single handily without the vote of congress cuts), Billions from Medicare;
Fails to Protect Program from Bankruptcy???????????
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – 
Today, the Rick (C3P0), Scott for Florida campaign unveiled a new television and digital ad,
“Unfair,” 
which highlights 
Bill Nelson’s failure to stop 
Washington from unfairly 
stealing from Medicare 
and the 
many Florida seniors that rely on this program.
Senator Bill (Superman), Nelson voted to cut $716 billion from Medicare 
and 
despite being in Congress for decades, 
he, Senator Bill (Superman) Nelson), 
has failed to secure long-term solutions to stabilize Medicare as the program gets closer and closer to bankruptcy 
because of (Governor Rick (C3P0) Scott’s Republican controlled Florida Congress).
Watch the ad above and see the full script here:
Rick Scott’s 
I’m Governor Rick (C3P0 Scott and I approve this message".
Narrator:
You pay for Medicare your entire career
(My old company stole billions of your dollars from it).
Your parents pay into Medicare their entire lives 
(I do not).
But Washington 
(Controlled by my Republican party), 
is letting Medicare crumble.
News report:
The government says Medicare will become insolvent in the year 2026, three years earlier than expected (Because my Republican controlled party keeps skimming off it to congress progrems).
Narrator:
Senator Bill (Superman), Nelson single handily 
voted to cut $716 billion from Medicare.
No wonder
 it’s going bankrupt.
Republican politicians from Washington 
are stealing from Medicare 
to pay for 
other government programs.
Stealing from Medicare is unfair.
 So I am jealous
because I am not 
getting my cut from
 my Republican controlled party in congress?

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Coming to a 'Voting Booth' near you!

The Florida Media is speaking to Floridian Voters
Even our Florida Media is trying to tell Floridians to please do your homework before you vote in November,

 but please Vote?
Some of our newspaper reports on our past 8 to 20 years!
Alexandra Carter is a research associate for Ocean Policy at the Center for American Progress. Miriam Goldstein is the director of Ocean Policy at the Center.
As the Tampa Bay Times 
recently reported, 
monitoring of water quality has plummeted and enforcement of environmental laws has been dramatically reduced during Scott’s tenure.
Scott has refused to acknowledge that carbon emissions are causing the planet to warm, and his administration even put a gag order on its agencies using the terms
“climate change”
And
 “global warming.”
Voters must elect officials who make environmental protection a priority long before devastating algae blooms force the issue.
The Gainesville Sun
Scott isn’t solely responsible for worsening environmental problems in Florida.
A state Legislature controlled by his fellow Republicans has been complicit in preventing meaningful environmental regulations.
Other state officials such as Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam — who continues to take big money from the sugar producers around Lake Okeechobee in his campaign for governor — have also played a role.
And yet we still want the guy responsible for your losses to be voted into the ‘Senate of the United States of America’ to continue his track record on Floridians and the country!
 AND
 AND

Monday, August 13, 2018

Gov. Scott’s Policies Contributing toToxic Algal Bloom


Alexandra Carter is a research associate for Ocean Policy at the Center for American Progress. Miriam Goldstein is the director of Ocean Policy at the Center.

Gov. Scott’s Policies Are Contributing to Florida’s Toxic Algal Bloom

Two hundred and eighty-seven dead sea turtles. Eighty dead manatees. A dead juvenile whale shark. Vast, uncountable numbers of dead fish and birds.

Fifteen people in the emergency room.
Huge economic costs.

The harmful algal bloom (HAB) threatening Florida’s economy and Americans’ health this summer is the worst in a decade.

Florida’s beachfront cities, real estate market, and tourism industry have all experienced loss of business in areas prone to HAB events.

In addition to producing toxins that poison animals in the water, HABs can produce aerosols that cause difficulty breathing and respiratory irritation in humans.

Last week, 15 people were treated in Florida emergency rooms for symptoms related to algal toxins. Considering the threats to public health and the beaches that have turned into marine graveyards,
 it’s no wonder that this catastrophe is putting $2 trillion in South Florida business at risk—and forcing local mayors to answer to angry citizens.

FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

A whale shark necropsy is performed on Sanibel Island by staff from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, July 2018.


Gov. Scott still hasn’t learned to be proactive. 
On July 9, he declared a state of emergency for Southwest Florida, but this response is far too little, offered far too late
His emergency measures will help local governments clean up the current mess—and will delay the inevitable discharge of nutrient-polluted waters into Florida’s river and coastal systems
but they will do nothing to treat the underlying cause of HABs. 
And Gov. Scott’s major infrastructure idea for algae is to pledge $50 million to help retain more nutrient-polluted waters in Lake Okeechobee; this will only make the problem bigger. 
Florida needs leaders who will work toward comprehensive reduction of nutrient pollution by restoring the Everglades, improving local infrastructure, and standing up to corporations that 

Alexandra Carter is a research associate for Ocean Policy at the Center for American Progress. Miriam Goldstein is the director of Ocean Policy at the Center.

State leaders culpable in algae crisis


Our Opinion: 
The Gainesville Sun
State leaders culpable in algae crisis

While focusing on job creation, Gov. Rick Scott forgot that Florida’s natural environment is essential to its economy.

He is learning that lesson the hard way during the state’s ongoing algae crisis.

Red tide now spans more than 100 miles of Florida’s Gulf coast, killing marine life and sickening coastal residents and visitors.

The toxic algae bloom is also harming businesses in the state, especially those that rely on tourists who visit beaches and take part in other outdoor activities.

At the same time, blue-green algae is causing similar devastation from Lake Okeechobee to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie rivers.

The green slime coating waterways is nothing short of an environmental catastrophe.

The response by Gov. Scott, who is now running for the U.S. Senate, is to belatedly throw money at the problem and shift the blame.

He wants voters to forget that during his two terms in office, the state has fought federal water protections and slashed funding for its own environmental and water-management agencies.

As the Tampa Bay Times 
recently reported, 
monitoring of water quality has plummeted and enforcement of environmental laws has been dramatically reduced during Scott’s tenure.

In both the cases of algae in South Florida waterways and North Florida’s natural springs, the state has taken a hands-off approach to regulating the pollution from farms, fertilized home lawns and faulty septic tanks that are fueling the problem.

Red tide is a natural phenomenon in Florida, but the recent occurrence has lasted longer than usual as it has caused dead fish, sea turtles and manatees to wash up on shores.

Scientists suspect that once red tide comes close to the coast, polluted runoff from land causes it to stay around longer and increases its intensity.

Climate change also contributes to the hotter temperatures and higher rainfalls that worsen algae blooms.

Scott has refused to acknowledge that carbon emissions are causing the planet to warm, and his administration even put a gag order on its agencies using the terms

“climate change”
And
 “global warming.”

Creating the conditions for good-paying jobs to be created in and brought to Florida is an important part of the governor’s job.

But those efforts are self-defeating when they come at the expense of the environment that draws so many tourists and transplants here.

To be sure, Scott isn’t solely responsible for worsening environmental problems in Florida.

A state Legislature controlled by his fellow Republicans has been complicit in preventing meaningful environmental regulations.

Other state officials such as Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam — who continues to take big money from the sugar producers around Lake Okeechobee in his campaign for governor — have also played a role.

It is incumbent upon voters to educate themselves on the candidates’ environmental records before casting a ballot in upcoming elections.

Voters must elect officials who make environmental protection a priority long before devastating algae blooms force the issue.

The Gainesville Sun