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Vote for DAD in 2020 – Vote GREEN 2020! “… and Nurture Nature”

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Proponent D.A.D. for Civil Rights, Peace, and Consumer Rights

(The Dailey Sun-Chronicles ~ October 29, 2019)   Hawaii, Colorado, Indiana, and California Green Party member – David A. “Buck” Dailey – announced at a local function that he is taking up supporters’ challenges to run for the United States Congress, in the Hawai’i Second Congressional District now represented by presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard .

Buck stated, “that it was important to have another congressperson that can work cooperatively with all Americans and team with like-minded people in Congress. “ Other announced candidates may not work out with constituents nor citizenship from the other 49 states and U.S. territories. As a Green Party candidate, he plans to win the “court of public opinion” versus candidates from the Republican and Democratic parties.

The “D. A. D. 4 U. S. Congress” platform includes:

  • Restore faith and confidence in federally-managed programs.
  • Be reasonable with demands on government and quasi-government agencies.
  • Reaffirm ‘States’ Rights’, with the exception of federal adjudication.
  • Let county governments work on more important issues that biking. Fund their health care programs without the “middle-man” of state government administration costs.
  • Promote diversity training to include all nationalities.
  • Urge state police to focus on higher priorities than soccer-mom driving.
  • Protect consumer rights.
  • Demand that local elected and appointed officials solve their internal problems.
  • Find better means of energy consumption and public transportation.
  • Restore regional public transit quality and bus services to communities.
  • Apply all ten Green Party principles to federal government.
  • Appropriate funds for employment and retraining of U.S. high school graduates, before offering more green-cards and work visas.
  • Support implementation of the Green New Deal.
  • Re-sign American support for the Paris Accord designed to protect the Earth
  • Allow Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia to become the 51st and 52nd
  • Ensure proper Veterans Administration benefits, reeducation, and professional services.
  • Reform the federal tax code.
  • Impeach Donald J. Trump and his Hoosier-born Vice President M. Pence.
  • Aid stay-at-home moms, caretakers, and dads.
  • Determine an equitable immigration system that encourages naturalization.
  • Plan to improve education, for both public schools and private entities: a) at home, b) in schools, and c) during after-school activities [i.e. Menlo Park Lyceum].
  • Facilitate air quality boards, clean water agencies, and local zoning commissions revise improved public policies.
  • Put an end to the “Yellow Dragon” Asian acquisition of the American land, treasures, and assets.
  • Apply the Monroe Doctrine toward Communism, except for the improvement of Cuban relations.
  • Help the United States Postal Service.
  • Support elected officials who have represented the people very well.
  • Subsidize American farmers.
  • Protect all species of plants and animals in Hawai’i.
  • Build an improved infrastructure throughout the nation, with priorities given to clean water projects.
  • Work with the offices of United States Senators Brian Schatz and Mazie Hirono, particularly after 2016 congressional hearings discussing the dreaded houseless populations and the 2018 supreme court judiciary hearings.
  • Facilitate the needs of small business owners and operators.
  • Endorse that the Americas take issues in prayer to God, first. Then involve clergy, legislatures, social workers, courts, neighbors, and friends.
  • Maintain national defense without misdirecting funds for non-military projects.
  • Improve international relations.
  • Utilize ‘The Brothers’ for issue resolution and decrease stressors on the court systems.
  • Support NASA initiatives, but reject Trump’s military Space Force.
  • Observe and honor The Bill of Rights.
  • Allow Christians to behave as Christians; more will appreciate learning about the life of Jesus Christ, Son of God and the B. V. M.
  • Reform or abolish the so-called Patriot Act.
  • Respect personal liberties and freedom.
  • Seek reparations for native Hawai’ians for loss of land.
  • Guarantee water rights for all Hawai’ians.
  • Tweak the Constitution only as necessary.
  • Make housing more affordable, safer, and livable!

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County of San Mateo California / Monroe County in Southern Indiana /

Maui County Hawaii / Garfield and Pitkin Counties in Western Colorado

 

 

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Editors’ Notes:

D.A.D. has earned Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Manager (CM), and Registered Environmental Assessor (REA) designations with a M.S. in Public Health and Safety from Indiana University at Bloomington and also received two post-graduate certificates from the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC). He supports activities of Occupy San Francisco Peninsula, local high school districts, and has also practiced as a legislative advocate in three and as a paralegal in two states.

Buck was born in South Bend, Indiana, home of the University of Notre Dame, in December 1953.

In 1992, D.A.D. lost an U.S. congressional race [to Anna Eshoo who is still employed in the D. C. ~ giving away American jobs locally via visas and green-cards] and in 1994 he tried to obtain more votes than popular Stanford Law Professor Tom Campbell to work in Sacramento becoming a California State Senator for human rights and services. D.A.D. spent over seven years at Lockheed during the Cold War, which was about seven years after earning his masters from Indiana University at Bloomington. After service between 2003 and 2008 as a California Departments of Public Health and Health Services’ Health Facilities Evaluator, he was illegally terminated and narrowly lost his judicial appeal versus current California Attorney General Kamala Harris, who now insists on running from the United States Senate to the presidency.

D.A.D. is a Past President of the Sons of the American Revolution – Silicon Valley Chapter – State (California) Director of the National Safety Management Society, former International Director of Communications for the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Past President of three Toastmaster clubs, and officer of two San Francisco Bay Area chapters of the ASSE.

Buck Dailey is a proud parent and publisher, author of books, screenplays, and web-blogs, Obama campaigner during his last presidential race, comedian and humorist, sports and culinary critic, business administrator, and environmental, health, security, and safety engineer.

DAD fell “in love at first site” in 2002 when he was on the island with his wife and daughter while attending the Maui Writers Conference in Wailea. He and his wife moved to the Pacific Coast in 1980 from the Midwest. Their daughter, now an Interior Designer, graduated from Menlo-Atherton High School, Las Lomitas Elementary School, and San Francisco State University. DAD’s wife and he operated preschools in San Francisco, then in West Menlo Park, for over 30 years. This indicates their sincere belief in good education for all.

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County of San Mateo California / Monroe County in Southern Indiana /

Maui County Hawaii / Garfield and Pitkin Counties in Western Colorado

Remembering the Loss of 1,000 Homes, the Existence Today of over 1,000 Homeless People the Days After Washington D.C. ‘Crashed and Burned’

Over 1,000 people lost their homes in beautiful Sonoma County last year and to the day after that democracy “crashed and burned” in the U.S. Senate and Supreme Court.

On October 8, 2017, the Tubbs Fire destroyed Santa Rosa, On October 6, 2018, white women senators voted along with old white men to place a man of privilege on the Supreme Court, and today over 1,000 men and women are homeless in San Francisco.

Who shares the blame?

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Senator Capito of West Virginia

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Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska

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Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith

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Part VI – Psychoanalysis of an Ex-Lover’s Major Life-Changing Event

May Day ’18

Bon Jovi sang it best, I did my part but she didn’t. I was ‘shot through the heart and you’re to blame, she gives LOVE a bad name.

Thus she gives LOVE a bad name.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=youtube+bon+jovi&view=detail&mid=D7A60F5841A20449CA90D7A60F5841A20449CA90&FORM=VIRE

Amazing that John Bon Jovi never met the “Church Lady of MPPC”

Defense Mechanisms

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Resilience ( by Mark Taylor thee Canberry Psychologists)

via There’s no one way to describe what resilience looks like and no-one is resilient all of the time. Below are some characteristics that we might expect to see in a student who is coping well or is resilient.resilience

St. Dan Louis’ Web-Blog from Estella Vista, West Texas (written by St. Danny in 2009) fyi: DLD passed away on 11-22-2016

My older brother had a thing about numerology, anniversaries (Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories, etc.), justice particularly for minors with a real rough childhood, and establishing a safe haven for those that could benefit from “getting away from it (rat races) all” where the southwest Texas desert air and mountains offer a respite that will last an improved lifetime.

 

If you have never red any of his writings, now is the time to also pray that Dan L. has no more time to spend in purgatory, which he believed was only a Catholic myth. Enjoy his style and messages often hidden within the paragraphs and diagrams:

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Homelessness on the San Francisco Peninsula (U.S.A.) – We Should Not Have to Wait Until 2020

February 24, 2012

Early Morning PST

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   At the Sequoia Station I met a new friend. Like me last year, Mac E., is now homeless…… been so for seven years now. The socioeconomic conditions are such that unless you are under 30 and either have connections with hiring managers or have skills in the high-tech and biotechnology area, you can’t get a job.

     Another example is Buck D. He has been unemployed for 38 months “homeless” for 14 of those months, and had only one opportunity to interview for a well-paying position. Granted it was only a telephone screening but none the less, it was an interview.

Finding resources to self-help their plight and future does not come easy. The simple stuff like eating, sleeping, showering, having weather-appropriate clothing, transportation, recreation activities just ain’t easy.

     One saving grace are the county case workers, medical clinics, and a limited number of shelters, and churches willing to prepare one meal a day for the disadvantaged. St. Anthony’s of Redwood City, Glide Memorial Church of San Francisco, are two good examples of Christian treatment of the ill, seniors, veterans, unemployed, poor children, homeless, etc.

     In Menlo Park, one active group formed about a decade ago – Hearts for the Homeless with a group of concerned citizens from Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. They have allied their efforts with InnVision of Palo Alto.

     It is generally recognized that Santa Clara County (San Jose area) has far better resources for housing than San Mateo County (Redwood City), San Francisco, and Alameda County (Oakland area.)

    In an effort to affect positive change, the following letter was written to the “movers and shakers” that are employed to help families and single folks find shelter, good food, clothing, and other basic resources.

 

NOTE: Only one of 15 organizations in San Mateo County [California] responded to / answered the following letter. This included two elected politicians.  Sad, sad, sad . . .

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December 28, 2011

Housing Agencies for the Disabled and Elderly

County of San Mateo, California

                                                                                                                          Re: 2nd Introductory Letter & Survey

Dear Housing Coordinators:

     Last December, I wrote to a number of municipal housing coordinators and received only one response.

     Again I ask for your prompt action in this regional housing matter.

     In the future, I would like to hear of more about housing opportunities for the disabled, seniors, and veterans  in-need. Our regional unemployment is in double digits and the unemployment rate for disabled Americans exceeds 70%, therefore I believe a focus is needed to both help these people find both housing and jobs.

      I am one of the lucky peninsula disadvantaged citizens with a place to live and the where-with-all to continue looking for a work assignment allowing an accommodation.

       You have been identified as one of the more effective city/town housing assistance offices. I trust you not only know the growing needs but also understand how to make things happen.

     Would you please send your ideas to: P. O. Box 620928, Woodside, California?  One idea is to set up a charitable trust fund. Another idea is to ask wealthy faith/church-based organizations to pledge financial assistance.

      The Board of Supervisors Office has informed me that the county has a ten-year plan to address affordable housing. We cannot wait until 2020.

Yours sincerely,

 David A. Dailey

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Distribution:

 Burlingame – Meg Monroe

 Millbrae – Ralph Perry

 Redwood City – Debbi Jones-Thomas

 San Bruno – Mark Sullivan

 San Carlos – Mark Sawicki

 San Mateo – Sandy Council

 South San Francisco – Norma Fragoso

 Mid-Pen Housing Coalition – Matt Franklin

 SAMCEDA – Rosanne Foust

 Redwood City 2020 – Patricia Brown

 MHA of San Mateo County – Melissa Platte

 Serve The Peninsula – John Luff

 Sustainable San Mateo County – Kari Binley

 Board of Supervisors – Don Horsley

 California Assembly – Jerry Hill

NOTE: ONLY ONE AGENCY RESPONDED

TO THIS LETTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!