Sunday, November 9, 2014

 
AP WIRE STORY GOES NATIONAL - EVEN THE CONSERVATIVE WASHINGTON TIMES
 
This is how the AP wire works.  The story in the Washington Times will catch the eyes of the reporters at the national news services such as CNN, Fox and MSNBC.
 
For now I think they will only cover the straight up and down legal questions.  But here is the deal - they are now researching the issue.  I am certain the Austin TV media will now run with it.  I must convince them of the racial disparity in how UT treats Anglo vs Latino campuses - I must show them how they are cheating some of the poorest people in the US.  I must begin with the fraud in the original partnership agreement wherein UT only had to pay the rent if they legislature authorized it in its bi-annual budgets.
 
UT has money to fight in court for ever, but the cost of looking bad is high - we need them to just walk away from Lincoln park - there are alternatives which have been used in other communities.
 
A shuttle to the land near the sewage plant is no big deal.  Students all over the US have to use shuttles to get around to class. 
 
THIS IS A STEP AT A TIME - NEXT STOP IS TO CONVINCE THE AUSTIN TV MEDIA TO INCLUDE THE RACIAL ISSUE AND HOW POOR WE ARE
 
In the news
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  • 5 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! This is a great day! Thank you, everybody!

    BobbyWC said...

    Yes everybody - what in my mind makes this El Parque del Milagro is as a community diverse voices = some of who hate each other - well sort of dislike better to say - have united to make this happen.

    The BV is nothing without its many anony sources - I hope someday the person who at the last minute sent me the information on Rose which I forwarded to Michael will come forward = that was a bombshell which really helps the narrative - but the key is everybody - the only names in my opinion which merit special mention are: Michael Cowen, Luis Saenz and Mathew Kendall -

    But we must remember the miracle is in how we as a community came together and but aside our differences - yes thank you to everybody - this has been a miraculous group effort and we should never forget what we can do when we put aside our differences and fight back

    Bobby WC

    Anonymous said...

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha! This is a great day! Thank you, everybody!

    BobbyWC said...

    This theme of everybody is so, so important - it is what the powers that be fear - when we as a people unite they must follow the law and respect us.

    It is so important my readers spread the word - we the people did this as a group and not any one individual or group

    our power is in them understanding we can unite and win

    But if they think it is some rogue person or group then they will not listen

    Bobby WC

    Anonymous said...

    Lila Knight
    As a graduate of the University of Texas (two degrees no less), I am appalled that this institution would even think about taking a park away from the people of Brownsville. Will they be eyeing Waterloo Park in Austin now? It's ever so close to their new medical campus. I will be eternally embarrassed by my alma mater if they continue to try and take this park from the people