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View Diary: NM-Sen: Tom Udall (D) Releases Proposal To Handle Droughts In New Mexico (12 comments)

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  •  ::sigh:: Many thanks for that video! (6+ / 0-)

    I hope Senator Udall will help us to make the right decisions.  The older I get, the more I worry.  

    It's dry as hell here in Santa Fe.  I was going to add new plants to barren spots in the ground where plants used to thrive in my tiny courtyard -- so many plants are lost from the last few years of drought.  Instead, I think I'm going to add new ground cover and just water the few plants that have survived, and continue adding water to the birdbath for thirsty birds and leave it at that.    

    Oh, did I forget to say I think Senator Tom Udall is terrific?  ,)

    I would rather spend my life searching for truth than live a single day within the comfort of a lie. ~ John Victor Ramses

    by KayCeSF on Wed May 01, 2013 at 08:11:05 PM PDT

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    •  Up north (6+ / 0-)

      In NM-03, one barely feels the need to write the delegation, because they do seem to come down on the right (correct that is, not Right) side of so many issues. Every so often, I'll drop a note just to say "Thanks."

      Not everyone has the good fortune to have a delegation which represents them pretty well. Udall's even been a leader on filibuster reform, a major matter of Congressional meta, Harry Reid notwithstanding.

      Mark Twain: It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so.

      by Land of Enchantment on Wed May 01, 2013 at 08:16:36 PM PDT

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      •  I live in the appendix. (0+ / 0-)

        The appendix of NM-02, Steven Pearce country, Valencia County.
        My representative represents the oil & nuclear industries.
        Historically, the southern 1/2 of New Mexico is still part of the CSA. A fact that probably will never change in my lifetime. His office is unresponsive; brain dead Republican.
        Perhaps chile can be "watered" with oil, fertilized with nuclear waste. No preservatives used!
        The Rio goes dry through Los Lunas every summer.
        For what was spent on wars, a pipeline could have been built from the upper mid-west floodplain to the Rio Grande.

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