Day 2 – Solar Power AMAZING Force for Liberty

19 Jun

Tisha Casida, Independent Candidate for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District

Today was a day to remember the potential of solar power (and wind for that matter) in Southern Colorado.  Now, there are other resources to be tapped as well (like natural gas and oil), however, there is often an abundance of sun and today, while campaigning on the corner of 1st Street and Santa Fe in Pueblo, I got to really experience that.  Solar Roast Coffee, a local coffee store that uses a proprietary solar-powered roaster to roast their beans, actually started its operations in Pueblo because of that sun-potential.  A powerful espresso drink, made with organic coffee beans and a renewable resource – AMAZING.  I love this country.

Sunday –  a day of rest – we praised our blessings earlier at a mass at Holy Family Parish.  Then it was off to meet WE THE PEOPLE.  With my “Will Work for Liberty” sign and flags, we handed out cards and shook hands while enjoying the beautiful day.

It doesn’t matter how old you are, what your background is, how much money you have, or what your political affiliation is – we are here to be a voice and a vehicle for connecting our communities together.  It is time to put government back in control of the people – and that starts right here with you and me.

To tomorrow,

Tisha

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3 Responses to “Day 2 – Solar Power AMAZING Force for Liberty”

  1. Dena Stevens June 20, 2011 at 12:23 am #

    Today on KRCC, the local NPR station for Southern Colorado they were trying to finalize their fund raising efforts. They played Western Skies about local efforts for alternative energy. Lots of great education and ideas bounced around. But…..one of the local KRCC DJ’s / fund raisers DIdn’t know N.Tesla had a connection to Colorado Springs. Struck me as funny and sad at the same time!
    Keep up the good work!

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