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Monday, September 16, 2013

To Remember Five Years Congress still Has Not Made Any Important Head way?

They Mentioned This Post
More Death Threats Not Worth Mentioning

"Hey This Is Texas If Your Going To Shoot Shoot Don't Talk About It"

Call The Police Or FBI Not Me I Have No Control of Tea Party Hackers Or NSA
From: Gregory 
To: Anne Dell <>
Call This Sheriff Today and Make The Same Statement You Just Did
From: Anne Dell <>
To: Gregory 
Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2013 9:49 AM
Subject: Remove!
Hi Gregory,
I noticed that you have got the name suzanne podell on your linkedin list. I want it immediately removed from there, please. 
From my understanding have you got the name from the strange contact Nplskimdavis. I don't want any connection to anything of that.Understood!? It is unacceptable to put people under spell as she did.
Why did you, when I asked you about Electric Island, related it to nuclear scientists?

Five Years After Hurricane Ike
I Still Live as a Guest in Someone else’s Home
In his weekly address, President Obama says the economy is making progress five years after the worst recession since the Great Depression, but to avoid another crisis, Congress must meet two deadlines in the coming weeks: pass a budget by the end of the month to keep the government open, and raise the debt ceiling so America can pay its bills. Congress should vote to do these now, so that we can keep creating new jobs and expanding opportunity for the middle class.
If Your Not Rich It Is Your Fault "Citizen Cain GOP Presidential Candidate"

Remembering Five Years Since Hurricane Ike
Posted on: Sep 13 2013by Edel Howlin

Five years ago today the most costly hurricane in Texas history made landfall. Ike came ashore in Galveston on September 13th, 2008, as a Category Two hurricane. Ike brought with it sustained winds of up to 110 miles per hour, and a 22 foot storm surge. It was blamed for more than a hundred deaths in the United States, 74 others in Haiti. It led to flooding along the coast, including severe damage to Galveston, massive and long-lasting power outages here in Houston, and ultimately caused billions of dollars’ worth of damage. Today we looked back at Hurricane Ike, and considered what lessons hed been learned in the five years since. We were joined by Harris County Judge Ed Emmett, and David Popoff, Galveston County’s Emergency Management Coordinator.

After My First Civil Rights Complaint
To The Dallas OCR April 2006
Empty Houses Where Children Once Played
Get A Death Treat By Fire Last Week 09/13/2013
Not Much Has Changed
But There Is Hope There Is A New Sheriff In Town!
Hackers Try To Frame Me But I Keep Calling The FBI
I Get By With A Little Help From My Friends
RICO Act Violations Cause Total Financial Decimation
of those who can no longer take care
of themselves
Like I Said My VA File Is In Kentucky Not In Texas Going On Some
20 Years Now. Federal Government Can Do Whatever They Want
Just Say
God Bless America!
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