Lay off Exxon Mobile

Exxon is in big trouble.,_Arkansas
Exxon is facing massive class action law suits in Arkansas. It will pay every dollar.
Our red/blue #c535+1 federal government is in much bigger trouble.
10 years of war cost $3.5 trillion dollars with deaths and maiming.  
The federal government cannot be sued. No one in congress accepts responsibility.
The cost in money and suffering is passed to the taxpayer.
Review the math:
  • $1M is one million dollars is $1,000,000 is $1×10**6
  • $1B is one billion dollars is $1,000,000,000 is $1×10**9
  • $1T is one trillion dollars is $1,000,000,000,000 is $1×10**12
Exxon profits were $41 billion last year $41B, $41×10**9  
Exxon profits per day is $41B/365 or $112M per day.
War costs for the last 10 years are approximately $3.5T.
10 years is 3650 days. $3.5T/3650 is $959M per day war costs.
War costs are nine times Exxon profits, spent per day for 10 years.
America’s red/blue #c535+1 federal government miss manages $959M per day, people die, and are maimed.  Exxon miss manages $112M per day and no one is dead or maimed.
America’s red/blue #c535+1 federal government miss manages at a rate greater than 9 times that of Exxon Mobile.
It is only fair, and in perspective, to consider this when discussing the Arkansas Exxon Mobile oil disaster.  Red/blue #c535+1 federal government is massively poorer managed than Exxon Mobile with massively more disastrous results.  Red/blue #c535+1 simply cannot manage democracy for 308 million citizens.
It’s common sense. When service in a restaurant suffers, more waiters are needed.
It’s common sense. When fire breaks out everywhere, more fire fighters are needed. 
It’s common sense. When crime becomes rampant, more police are needed.
It’s common sense. Building a house requires enough carpenters or waiting a lifetime for results.
#c535+1 didn’t build Hoover dam.  #c535+1 didn’t build the interstate highway.  Middle America did.
It’s common sense. When democracy morphs to elected oligarchy and America lacks governance, send help to the few surviving democratic representatives.  More representatives are required.  More presidents are required.
Apportionment definition: 
Apportionment Politics:
Apportionment history of failure:
Apportionment Math:
Keep the #c535+1.  Send 7244 more. 
#c535+1 is elected autocrat-centered oligarchy. 
#g7780 is citizen-centered democracy.
The MART citizen-chamber does the right thing. 
The MART autocrat-chamber gets it done.
Third millennium citizen-democracy is unstoppable. 
Resistance or delay is truly tragic. 
Got science?   NASA simulates Mars.  The MART #g7780 team simulates democracy.  Born red/blue?  Don’t die red/blue.
Your congress is so bad:  
Article the First failed apportionment:
Iron Law of Oligarchy:
MART defined:
Full Disclosure:
Plan B:
Transparent Budget Writing and Presentation:
Abolish the fed.
Start: #g7780 @_marp @coach1640280
Twitter: @_MARP!/_MARP @coach1640280
Audience: #g7780 #ows #occupy @OccupyTogether @Occupy_DC
Citizen is coach to team democracy.   Coach is responsible for success.   It’s your call, coach.  #g7780 democracy shares power.   #c535+1 democracy hoards power.    It’s your call, coach.
Wanted:  #g7780 dedicated patriotic volunteers to secure America’s future & prosperity by forming a  #g7780 MART citizen-centered democracy team.
Wanted:  Presidential candidates (for one of 9 elected MART executive branch presidents) 2016
May the #g7780  force be with you.

About coach2640220

#g7780 democracy shares power. 535+1 autocracy is unshared power. Citizen is coach to team democracy. Coach is responsible for success. It’s your call, coach.
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2 Responses to Lay off Exxon Mobile

  1. adrob001 says:


    It is always energizing to read your posts. This one is no exception. Lay off Exxon Mobil. What a brilliant idea! In the near future congress will probably pass legislation disallowing class action law suits against oil companies. I think that is what they just did with regards to Mansanto.

    Arthur D. Robbins

    • coach1640280 says:

      The post does not wish to let corporations off the hook for destructive or dangerous practices. The point is, Congress is many times more destructive, in its inability to govern, than any corporation can come close to duplicating.

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