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Chapter 9: Congress

[…]offices are is Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Sioux City, Davenport, and Council Bluffs.     Gardner, Cory – Colorado Senator, elected 2014, after serving in House for two terms.   Gardner received a B.A. in political science in 1997 from Colorado State University. While in college, he switched from the Democratic Party to the Republican Party and interned at the Colorado State Capitol. He earned a law degree at the University of Colorado in 2001   He helped create the Colorado Clean Energy Development Authority, which issued bonds to finance projects that involve the production, transportation and storage of clean energy – until it was repealed in 2012   Gardner believes climate change is occurring, but he is unsure whether humans are causing it – and supported the Keystone Pipeline. He is pro-fracking. Gardner is a signer of Americans for Tax Reform’s Taxpayer Protection Pledge and is a recipient of much Koch interest and support.   Gardner participated in a Candidates’ Panel at the Koch 2014 Dana Point Summit, receiving Koch support there and along the way.   Govtrack gives him a moderately right ideology score. He has had interests in energy efficiency and renewable energies, as well as in […]

Chapter 11: Delivery and Treatment

[…]Airport will get us to Issa, Rohrabacher, and Walters.     Colorado’s therapist will be me. Cory Gardner is the primary patient. The others are:   Mike Bennet, Colorado’s other Senator – a Democrat, but on the conservative end of the Democrat distribution, with a low leadership score. He has an office in Denver. Bennet claims to be targeted by Koch money, even though he is already fairly conservative.   Mike Coffman, Republican, is the District 6 Representative; the district includes Aurora (East Denver suburbs). He has an office in Aurora in the SE Denver metro area. Coffman’s ideology score is the average for Republicans.   “Gardner may be salvageable, in spite of his attention from the Koch apparatus,” I said. “His renewable energy interests merit cultivating. I’ll get to him, Coffman, and even Bennett. Although ostensibly a Democrat, Bennett could benefit from some chocolate. One flight to Denver will get me to each of them.”     Florida’s therapist will also be me; the primary patients are Jeb! Bush, Marco Rubio, and perhaps  Bill Koch.   Rubio and Bush are in the Miami area; Bill Koch is up in West Palm Beach.  Miami and Palm Beach are about 70 […]

Chapter 6: Patient Priorities

[…]Virginia Senator. Chaffetz, Jason – Utah District 3. Ernst, Joni – Iowa Senator; Koch support. Gardner, Cory – Colorado Senator, Koch support Goudy, Trey – South Carolina District 4, Benghazi Committee. Inhofe, Jim – Oklahoma Senator. Issa, Darrell – California District 49. Labrador, Raul – Idaho District 1; Freedom Caucus co-founder. Lee, Mike – Utah Senator. Rodgers, Cathy – Washington District 5. Smith, Lamar – Texas District 21; Chair, House Committee on Science.   These 29 and the additional ‘convenience’ patients, effectively treated, may facilitate a tipping point and a major change in governance via the Federal Government.     “We could use Centennial Valley as a key delivery strategy,” Bill said. “We could arrange a gig at the U’s Taft Center with the Kochs and with others they endorse and support.”   “Are you smoking something?” Jay asked.   “No, seriously. The Kochs own Beaverhead Ranch, which practically surrounds the wildlife refuge which borders the U Center. I read somewhere that their Dad, Fred, sent his kids there in the summers to work and help make men out of them.”   “Interesting,” I said. “So the Kochs, Joni Ernst, Jim Inhofe, and perhaps even Lamar Smith, as well as […]

Chapter 8: Presidential Candidates

[…]and the banning of common core educational standards.”   “But it’s also the land of John W. Gardner and his beautiful little classic Excellence. Every elected official should have their own well read copy.”   “Perhaps make it part of the Ananda’s Chocolates package for some,” Bill suggested.   “Rubio’s ‘philosophy is irrelevant’ comment generated a response from some philosophers,” I noted.   “Cool. Go on.”   “An Arizona State University professor said philosophy is about critical thinking  – about thinking and writing skills – and that new philosophy graduates are paid roughly the same as the average for all welders.”   “I wouldn’t have expected that,” Jay said.   “There’s more. The same Times story quoted a Ph.D. philosopher who became a mechanic – and welder. He said the trades are not mindless – they require critical thinking as well as good hands.”   “Rubio – and the rest of the GOP lineup, don’t seem to be fond of critical thinking,” Bill added.   “Nor are any of them likely skilled enough to function as a decent welder,” Jay smiled.   “And now Rubio is talking about dismantling the ‘overpriced higher education system’.”   “He may be on to […]

Chapter 12: Outcomes and Tomorrow

[…]package insert near him.”     Colorado           – Joe:              Gardner + Bennett, Coffman   “Colorado was easy. I got to the three offices, telling the staffers what we rehearsed, and making specific reference to each of the Congress people – nothing unusual. They all got chocolates.”     Florida              – Joe:              Rubio, Bush, Koch + Curbello, Ros-Lehtinen   “Curbello and Ros-Lehtinen were also easy – no issues or problems. I decided not to get up to West Palm Beach, as we had already accessed Bill and David Koch in Centennial Valley.”   “How’d you get to the Rubio and Bush people?” Jay asked.   “Interesting. I got to Bush just weeks before he dropped out. The office was quite big. I noticed the cars outside and in the lot and realized there would be lots of staff inside. Upon entering the outer office area, I selected a Latina at an information table. Her nametag said Adriana. I said, ‘Hello. I’m very interested in Mr. Bush’, pausing and looking at her: ‘is it true his wife is a Latina?’   “Cool,” Jay said.   “She lit right up. ‘Yes, she said, ‘Her name is Columba – she’s from Guadalajara. […]

Chapter 10: Plutocrats – and Others

[…]we’ll soon be doing the Centennial Valley gig – for the Kochs, and perhaps Ernst, Gardner, Lee, and Inhofe. I’ve been planning for early September so the weather in southern Montana is still pleasant.” Bill said.   “There are so many patients who need treatment,” Jay said, without enthusiasm.   “It’s good to know we’re needed, even if we’re not wanted,” Bill offered.   “Yes, we – harmless – are definitely needed. But we can’t treat them all.” I said. “We need to successfully treat very key and important patients, demonstrating that they are indeed treatable. And then, hopefully, others will follow in our footsteps.”   “You mean we need to empower fellow activists to do their own revelation engineering work, correct?” Bill said.   “Exactly,” I said. “There are many approaches to revelation engineering. MDMA just happens to be the most efficient and effective approach for harmless.”   “And we’re showing, in this book and via our actions, that MDMA can be easily made and delivered – even though it’s now illegal,” Jay continued.   “Others will assume the responsibility and take the risk – just as we’re doing – just as Tim DeChristopher did,” Bill added.   “The […]

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