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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Congressman Vern Buchanan reply to a simple request:

Congressman Vern Buchanan to me;
Thank you for your email. Your questions, comments, and views are very important to me.

I appreciate learning of your thoughts. As the 112th Congress moves forward on the many important challenges facing our Nation, I will certainly keep your views in mind.

In the meantime, I encourage you to take some time and familiarize yourself with my congressional web-page by visiting You can find additional information about current topics of debate in the Congress, information about Florida's 13th Congressional District, and other services and assistance my staff can offer to you. I hope that you find it useful.

Vern Buchanan
Member of Congress

Not a single answer to what is going on with Brazil? I Am! I Vote! A standard automated answer I wouldn't wipe , well you get the point, it is a BS answer and I will vote NO to Vern! So too, may my friends. Next election I believe it will be for somebody else, a Florida Whig, maybe.

How hard is it to answer to atrocities committed against children or preferential treatment to foreign companies such as Obama Sending $10 Billion Of Your U.S. Tax Dollars To Brazil For Drilling New Oil, While Quashing America’s Drilling Rights and improving our deficit how? Petrobras, the oil company in question, boosts of being the 3rd largest energy company in the world, Petrobras is the sole owner of the Cascade field and has a 66.7 percent stake in Chinook, with France's Total holding the remaining interest. That replays back to foreign owned oil companies, holding US leases, selling our own oil back to us.

Does anybody but me see something wrong going on here? Instead of spending monies out to foreign companies from Brazil, why are we not setting up sanctions to stop the use of excessive force on civilians to the mistreatment of children instead. As long as we play, 'World Police', why are we not intervening in Brazil instead of giving away your money, in a time where the President wants cuts in your Social Security and welfare.

Reuters reported:

The agreements were signed on the first day of U.S. President Barack Obama’s two-day visit to Brazil, where he met with Brazilian counterpart Dilma Rousseff and a host of local and U.S. business executives.
Following is a summary of the agreements that were signed:
The United States seeks to be “a strategic energy partner” to Brazil, which recently discovered major new offshore oil reserves. Obama said the United States wants to be one of Brazil’s “best customers” when the oil starts flowing.

This is Petrobras' most visited link; it looks as though someone like Jane Lubchenco, Head of NOAA, wrote the links, as it smells of socialism: Sustainability. But wait, there is more, maybe she did write it or they got the idea from NOAA itself. Now that Petrobras has permissions to 'Drill Baby Drill' what of our own Florida back yard. NOAA sure was doing research on our reefs, in making sure the fish were OK and the oil kept a flowing, while imposing catch shares and putting many a commercial angler out of business. I keep saying conspiracy but it falls on deaf ears.

“Brazil's government is in the process of authorizing state-owned Petrobras to sell shares on the open market. The country is also changing historic policy to invite international oil companies to bid to participate in developing the new presalt reserves, working with Petrobras. But Petrobras is expanding its bets beyond oil and looking at expanded investment in ethanol and bio-fuels.” according to Clean Skies; where did we hear that before and why exactly was the President in Brazil while he has yet to have explained himself to Congress or us as Why are we bombing Libya, which is of a humanitarian effort and has nothing to do with oil, right? Can anyone just answer a simple question and can we be Proud Again? By following ten simple words, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness may be restored:
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