Texas Progressive Alliance Round-Up—My Conversation With Congressman Al Green
In the picture above you see Houston Congressman Al Green marching in a Houston Martin Luther King Parade last week.
Mr. Green is a Democrat representing the Ninth Congressional District of Texas.
You see that Mr. Green is waiving at me as I take his picture.
I’m certain the Congressman is thinking something like—“Greetings to you my fellow citizen”
I feel he is also thinking—“Hello Texas Liberal readers.”
The Congressman did come over and shake my hand.
I told him—“You tell Obama to start fighting.”
I’ve been frustrated that President Obama does not advocate more forcefully for the causes he says he supports while at the same time Tea Party crazies are running wild.
In response to my statement Congressman Green said “Yeah” and went on his way.
I think Congressman Green and I really connected.
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WCNews at Eye On Williamson discusses the importance of the elections this year: 2010 races loom large for 2011 legislative redistricting.
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Bay Area Houston notices what they didn’t talk about at the Republican debates.
Neil at Texas Liberal updated his Martin Luther King reading & reference list for 2010. This list is the best such resource on the web.
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