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Sunday, August 12, 2007

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There is no lacking for information on Bechtel-Parsons Brinckerhoff. A mega corporation that seems to have a hard time taking 'moral' responsibility for its actions. Money and morals are not the same thing corporate guys and gals.

added 8/14/07 ....Money Can't Buy Morals.....

AP: N.Y. company indicted in Big Dig death. How This Relates to the Safety of Minnesota Bridges .Common Sense posted 08-13-07

As long as Bechtel-Parsons Brinckerhoff are on my radar, with the chance they will impact Minnesota's now tad shakey quality of life, I'll keep their doings on the pages of my posts. There will be another post in the coming days.

What a really bad Republican management decision by our public officials.

I find it interesting that they visited my blog so many times, from the East Coast to the West Coast, I lost count. I suspect that some were local users going through their Intranet system.

Home grown reputable Minnesota companies are still my top pick for protocol review of bridge inspections, building the new 35W bridge and repair work of all of our bridges and roads. Hands down.

The people who always live here, work here and play here are a better and safer investment all the way around.

Better and safer investments for those of us who always live here, work here and play here.

I also noticed some of their -- Bechtel-Parsons Brinckerhoff competitors dropping by to take a peak, too. I wasn't surprised to find a few military ISP's among the visitors that graced the pages of A Christmas Story.

But then again, since the newest executive order (signed when Congress filibustered) the governments ISP's are buzzing around like they did before all the mess with the NSA.

When I wrote "Hey...Could You Laugh and Joke Later" I was absolutely appalled by the activity of bush and company at the site of the 35W bridge collapse.

The fact that people had died right where they all stood and that people were still missing, sent shivers through me.

The morality in honoring the injured and the dead was absent the day bush came to Minneapolis. Did my eyes deceive me? Was I being too sensitive? Nope and Nope.

Later when I found out that the man we call the president of this United States, swung his arm around a mourning Minnesota professional and told that person to smile for pictures on the very site of the collapse, I knew it all to be true then.

Every disturbing theory about bush that has surfaced over the years, it is true. How awful that he is truly our national nightmare in the light of day. The uniter is a pretender.

I have to give a lot of credit to those professionals that bristled in horror over the presidents behavior, they maintained their composure with maximum morality.

What these professionals witnessed in the president is so very sad, but how do they ever erase the image of demoralizing behavior of their very own Minnesota Statesmen and women.

How does one soften the harsh reality of knowing that the people who suffered horrifically one warm summer rush hour evening, were thoughtlessly forgotten with self gratifying laughter, jokes and a photo op.

Ladies and gentleman of Minnesota, these are our public servants. 2008 is around the corner.

Pioneer Press COMMENTS.....
Posted by: John 8/12/2007 When you look at the MN-DOT's record over the last several years, it is a sorry tale. For instance:
Additionally, now, engineers are leaving the DOT at the rate of 6 per day. There is no chief engineer for the DOT. Decisions on projects are being made on the basis of political expediency instead of technical merit.

Homeless Life on the Mississippi..... Sunday, August 12, 2007 by awakening

National Park Service Digest Section Of River Closed Due To Bridge Collapse National Park Service,"Once spanning the river midway through the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area the I-35W bridge collapsed over the Mississippi River near Lower St. Anthony Falls on August 1st, closing the river to all commercial and recreational traffic between Lock and Dam #1 and Upper St. Anthony Falls until further notice.

Bridge collapse forces layoffs Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Friday, August 10, 2007 by Carissa WyantStaff Writer "According to media reports, Leicestershire, United Kingdom-based Aggregate Industries said it would reduce its workforce, laying of 35 people, who work on towboats and barges."

Officials, workers respond rapidly, aggressively, on behalf of bridge victims, families, and commuters Insight News by Al McFarlane and B.P. Ford the editors Last Updated: 8/10/2007
"Now more than ever, working class people need state and national leaders that fund human needs instead of war and corporate greed. We need a movement that values people and bridge repair, not maximum corporate profit and military invasions of other countries."


Always Responding, Never Preventing Saturday, August 04, 2007 by awakening "I'm paying them to destroy my country."

Minnesota Officials No Free Pass - You Are FIRED! by awakening Saturday, August 04, 2007 "If the governor, his appointed officials and any other politically driven department employee -- be it the feds or state -- think that the public is going to continue to allow bad management of our state, you are sorely mistaken. No free passes for this one."


Check out "30 levels in Bridge Building" AND "What Once Was: Twin Cities" from Eluko79 posted Saturday, August 11, 2007 by awakening

Minnesota Say 'NO' To New 35W Bridge Builders! Sunday, August 05, 2007 by awakening
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