Friday, October 19, 2012

"Outsourcing, Romney Built It."

The world is watching the tragedy of Bainport. They are witnessing first hand the damage Wall Street Venture Capitalists cause while dismissing morality and loyalty to a country one wants to be president. Is that not amazing?

...Bain is packing up the machines (click here) and moving them to the communist country, whose foreign policy is, I believe, centered around stripping the United States of its manufacturing base so the 21st will be the Chinese Century.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney ran Bain Capital until about a decade ago....
Never once, while Romney was harvesting USA Greenbacks for his own use, did he pause to ask what employees and the USA economy would do without the manufacturing that had sustained it for so long. 
Never once. His statements were, "Worrying about those people is not my job."

We now know why the Romney's won't release their tax returns. They have a lot to hide.

We turn now (click here) (The report starts at 30:50 minutes) to a major new exposé on the cover of The Nation magazine called "Mitt Romney’s Bailout Bonanza: How He Made Millions from the Rescue of Detroit." Investigative reporter Greg Palast reveals how Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney made some $15 million on the auto bailout and that three of Romney’s top donors made more than $4 billion for their hedge funds from the bailout. Palast’s report is part of a film-in-progress called "Romney’s Bailout Bonanza." Palast is the author of several books, including recently released New York Times bestseller, "Billionaires & Ballot Bandits: How to Steal an Election in 9 Easy Steps.

North Carolina

Plenty of parking. I told all the electioneering people outside I had already made up my mind and didn't need their fliers. One man asked me if I was having a good day. I stated, "How can you have a good day in North Carolina when physicians and hospitals aren't held responsible for my safety in the emergency room. One has to survive the emergency room to get into the hospital, don't you think that is enough to ruin anyone's day?" He didn't answer me.

There were plenty of four page sample ballots in large type, black ink on yellow sheets, at the door. Taking one was optional.

12 minutes to wait in line to verify my name and address, no ID required. I was in the computer.

13 minutes to wait in line to ballot. There were 12 machines, the back wall was empty and there was plenty help that could have accommodated at least six more machines. Computer balloting. The people assisting and supervising were very helpful and made clear I understood voting for President was separate from voting for a particular party line. She stated depending on my district there may be referendum issues at the end of the general election ballot. There was no coercion of any kind, no directing of my attention except to the way I cast my ballot on the computer. They were available for questions should I not do well with the computer.

5 minutes to ballot. The computer worked as it should, it allowed me a review at the end of my balloting. And then I cast my vote and it stated I had cast my vote.

There was every nationality in line. There were minority voters, Hispanic and African American; young and old. There were many older adults and elderly. The curb side voting was not in play. There were skin heads (White Supremaists) in line and one brought his elderly mother who sat in a chair until he reached the verification desk and balloting desk. She placed her vote alone with no assistance Everyone was very pleasant.

I received my sticker and went home.

Who was my Presidential pick? 

The White Guy. The one running for Vice President along with the Black Guy.

The VW of space flight. Right now Virgin Galactica is cringing.

There are many practical applications for this. I think of it this way, there a lot of space junk to be harvested every day.

These capsules can replace long airline trips without the  dumping of carbon dioxide emissions into the troposphere.

This method of reaching the upper 'spheres' of Earth before deep space and burning up on entry is by far the least expensive and most user friendly of all means of transportation in this venue.

It is a an incredible undertaking and Mr. Baumgartner was more than confident of his outcomes. He had no worries. This is nothing but pure Earth Physics. It cost NO ENERGY to do this. And the capsule can return to Earth with more perfection of this methodology. Someone should be holding patents on this and its future, it definitely has one. AND, the future needs to be nurtured for its benevolence, so the patent holders need to protect the outcome of this methodology of this technology.

This methodology can also be used as a rendezvous 'partner' to space flight, to delivering supplies to the ISS and send up teams to harvest space junk and sent it back to Earth. This can be used to service satellites. It is also technology that has national security implications. Once this vehicle is attached to GPS and a mechanism to maneuver in space the applications are endless.

Mr. Baumgartner has gone from daredevil to pioneer with this application of Earth's physics. I congratulate him, but, he needs to give credit where credit it due if this wasn't his original idea.

October 19, 2012, Friday

Austrian daredevil (click here) Felix Baumgartner's record-shattering jump from the stratosphere has been indeed inspired by Bulgarian Ivan Trifonov, it has been revealed.
Trifonov, a 67-year-old Bulgarian man living in Vienna, recently stated that Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner "stole his project" for a record-shattering jump from the stratosphere.
The Bulgarian said that he met with Baumgartner in Salzburg back in 2005, sharing all details of his project with the Austrian. Baumgartner allegedly told him he would call him back, but never did.
"I let him have the idea on the condition that he had to include me in his team," Trifonov stated, as cited by Vienna Times.
In an interview for Pure Skydive back in 2010, Baumgartner said that he first considered the project when Trifonov contacted him back in 2004:...

They did a great thing tonight and brought 'spirit' to the campaign.

Seventeen years. Wow. According to 'The Boss' in the tie, the drop in unemployment under President Obama to 7.8 percent has been the largest drop in seventeen years. Shazam.

Oh, yeah, no 'white tie' dinner for the former Prez.