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Here's a manual link for those of you who can not see the above embedded video, as I can not on my Ipad. Sorry for these tech difficulties. Today has been a disaster for me, tech wise. I've lost about 12 hours and still have not solved the problems.
Beatles- Here Comes The Sun (with lyrics)

Salvadaor Rizzo, of the Star Ledger of New Jersey calls our attention to some creative work by the Democratic Party in National Democrats Take Aim At Christie

The Web video, to be released today by the Democratic National Committee, is a spoof on the opening credits of the popular TV series "Law & Order," but it unleashes tough criticism on Christie and other GOP governors. The video is titled "Law & Disorder: Republican Governors' Unit."

"In states across the country, in the offices of Republican governors, investigations are underway into corruption, unethical behavior and other criminal activity," the video text begins. "These are their stories." ...

Govs. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Rick Perry of Texas, and Nathan Deal of Georgia also come in for lumps in the video. So does former Virginia governor Robert McDonnell, who has been indicted by federal prosecutors in a corruption case along with his wife.

Rizzo notes that since becoming chairmen of the Republican Governors Association Governor Christie has broken fund raising records bringing in $23 million in the first quarter alone.

While this new and creative video by the DNC will not inform folks here of any new information you are not already aware of, it will bring a smile to see our Party friends joining in the fun. And, after all, "would if be wrong if everyone in the Democratic Party  smiled together in a moment of unity as we help bring justice to America?

 photo 81345866hypnotoad-1.gifYou will join HoundDog in rallying Democrats to come out to vote in November, and even try out best to try to take back the House! Yes we can!

Dear Fellow Democrats, Independents, and Republicans concerned about America's future political direction.

May I ask that as we all pause for a moment smiling at this amusing video which I think should be called "Cleaning up America: One Governor at a Time," (Please watch for my post with this title tomorrow,) we also take a moment to recommit ourselves to getting all Americans out to vote in this November's elections, as these may be among the most critical elections in a very long time. We have a chance to make a big difference in the future directions our great country and the whole world take in the upcoming decades.

Imagine with me, if you will, if we were able to not only keep the Senate Democratic, but also win back the House and have two years to show America what we Democrats could do without obstructionist in the House working as hard as they can to paralyze our country for their own political gain.

"Here Comes the Sun," by the Beatles is one of the Happiest songs I know, so let's share it as we "smile together imagining the best possible future for ourselves, our families, our loved ones, our communities, our nation, and the whole world, shall we?"

(P.S. My quantum mechanics friends agree we can not rule out the possibility that implications of quantum theory so advanced we can not even imagine, or state it in mathematics yet, may turn out to suggest that we could all be spiritual beings, in an as yet unidentified dimension, that could possibly be independent of, and transcend, time and space dimensions.

So please do not allow your subjective feelings of Democratic Party unity to be restrained or diminished in any way by concerns that many of us may be doing this meditation at different times. Hypnotoad Magic transcends all limitations of the space-time continuum.

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