Everything is Possible

This was on Facebook.

Whoever said nothing is impossible obviously never tried to staple water to a tree.

Challenge accepted.

Everything is Possible


How to Staple Water to a Tree (Lorien Johnson)

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2 Responses to “Everything is Possible”

  1. deyong November 29, 2014 at 11:41 am #

    nice post

  2. Ivaneide December 25, 2015 at 2:30 am #

    “a sign of desperation more like it. She’ll do ahntniyg. lolLet’s compare the record and you decide who should be President and who should be the Vice President.From the Library of Congress:Hillary Clinton in her one full term(6 yrs.) and another year campaigning, has authored and passed only 20 pieces of legislation in her term of six years into law. They range from naming a courthouse after Thurgood Marshall to naming a Post Office after Jonn A. O’Shea.Obama in his first 8 Months sponsored over 820 Bills. Introduced 233 Bills on Healthcare Reform, 125 Bills on Poverty and Public Assistance, 112 Bills on Crime Fighting, 97 Economic Bills, 60 Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Bills, 21 Ethics Reform Bills, 6 Veterans Affairs Bills and many others. In his First Year in the U.S. Senate, he authored 152 Bills and co-spomsored another 427. These Include: 1) the Coburn-Obama Government Transparency Act of 2006 that became Law, 2) the Lugar-Obama Nuclear Non-prliferation and Conventional Weapons Threat Reduction Act that became Law, 3) the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act that passed the Senate, 4) the 2007 Government Ethics Bill that became Law, just to name a few. In all, since he entered the Senate, Senator Obama has written 890 Bills and co-sponsored another 1096. She has squandered her nearly 8 year senate career running a PR campaign for her presidential run. He has obviously done more in his short tenure in the senate”Source(s):Library of Congress

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