Team Cory Booker

Cheer Cory Booker Fri Nov 15, 2019 8:30am 107 North Main St Concord, NH. https://www.mobilize.us/bookerfornewhampshire/event/146114/

Meet Cory Booker Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:45am Coffee Factory 55 Crystal Ave Derry, NH.
https://www.mobilize.us/bookerfornewhampshire/event/154580/

“Street Fight” Watch Party Sat Nov 16, 2019 7pm Boston, MA
https://www.mobilize.us/corybooker/event/154844/

Please join team Cory 2020 opportunity for all and donate $1. My goal is 1,000,000 people to join the best team ever! Thank you.

More about Cory: https://maramore.wordpress.com/2019/06/18/united/
and: https://www.facebook.com/v4cory/

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Flowers Windham NH

Here are some of the many beautiful flowers and fruits I saw while knocking doors in Windham, NH for my favorite 2020 presidential candidate, Senator Cory Booker. The third photo is called “balloon flower.” I also saw “coreopsis”, didn’t grab a pic, but will next time. #cory2020

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United by Cory Booker

(Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good by United States Senator and 2020 presidential candidate, Cory Booker, is an amazing inspiring true story of challenges, solutions, unity, justice, civic grace, courageous empathy, kindness, love, success, and abundance.

I read (Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good from cover to cover in one day as I couldn’t put it down and I shared  photos of my favorite parts below, but I encourage you to read it yourself and go meet Cory Booker in person and see for yourself why I believe team Cory 2020 is the best ever to unify and heal our country and co-create opportunity and justice for all.

Cory spent his entire career running towards big challenges that others had given up on, bringing people together to do things that others thought were impossible.

As a tenant lawyer, city councilman, mayor, and now U.S. senator, Cory has spent his life bringing people together to take on the problems we face. And what he’s learned is that the support of a loving community can overcome even the most insurmountable challenges. His vision for our country is one in which we are measured by our ability to love and to come together to create a more fair and just nation for everyone.

As a college football player, Cory Booker, noticed improved performance as vegetarian and became a humanitarian, tenants rights attorney, environmentalist, mayor, vegan, United States senator, part raw-vegan, climate steward, New York Times best selling author of (Ad) UNITED: Thoughts on Finding Common Ground and Advancing the Common Good, sponsor of the First Step Act (criminal justice reform), Next Step Act, Marijuana Justice Act, Climate Stewardship Act, Primate Protection Act, and 2020 presidential hopeful.

Learn more about where Cory stands on the issues at https://corybooker.com/issues/

#Cory2020 #WeRise #DemDebate #RiseTogether

Subscribe Now: https://www.youtube.com/CoryBooker

Connect with Cory

Visit the Cory 2020 site https://corybooker.com

Like Cory Booker on Facebook https://facebook.com/corybooker/

Follow @CoryBooker on Twitter https://twitter.com/CoryBooker

Follow @CoryBooker on Instagram https://instagram.com/corybooker/

Buy Cory 2020 Merch https://shop.corybooker.com/

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2020 Poll & CO2e per food

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When asked in a survey from Senator Cory Booker, “What issues are most important to you when picking a 2020 political candidate?”; I chose, “Climate Change”, and also wrote in the little box under “Other”,

“Vegan food choices, clean renewable energy (solar, wind), orchards, gardens and composting at all schools, military bases, public lands, prisons, hospitals, etc to stop climate change, feed needy, lead by example, and teach how food impacts climate footprint. Also grow hemp for oil, seeds, textiles, $. And end war.”

https://act.corybooker.com/page/s/supporter-survey

(https://vegnews.com/2019/2/cory-booker-on-animal-rights-veganism-and-how-to-change-the-world)

I replied to Senator Elizabeth Warren’s survey, “Go vegan for climate, health, economy, sustainability, hunger, peace, animals.”

https://my.elizabethwarren.com/page/s/ew-issuessurvey

Please sign petition to the president:
Plant-based USA
Please share. Thank you.

*Photo credit: http://css.umich.edu/factsheets/carbon-footprint-factsheet

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Free Healthcare

I believe healthcare should be free for all and already basically is with natural wellness diet and lifestyle, Personal Injury Protection (PIP) on auto insurance, Liability Insurance on homeowner’s, businesses, and municipality insurance to cover accidents. On top of that there are crowd funding sites like GoFundMe to help pay for extreme medical needs as well as charities like DoctorsWithoutBorders and StJude.

Wellness with lifestyle and nutrition is basically free because healthy lifestyle and plant-based nutrition creates wellness and prevents or reverses health challenges. However unhealthy nutrition and lifestyle creates chronic health challenges. The current popular expensive high fat animal protein fad diet is linked to obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and kidney disease. Human beings are designed to live on fruits, vegetables, seeds, sprouted grains and legumes.

Also Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and liability is available on most auto insurance and most homes and public places have liability insurance in case of accidental injury and there are crowd-source funding and personal injury litigation options.

More info in Vegan Q&A: https://maramore.wordpress.com/2019/11/14/vqa/

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61jyzxbqgvl-_sl110_I’ve found that a high fruitarian or high carb low fat whole foods vegan diet is healthiest, puts me in better control of mind (urges), body (hormones), and spirit, would produce a healthier baby, and may help avoid a spontaneous abortion (info below). I also read online about an economical choice that may be needed after sexual assault or rape: take high-dose Vitamin C every hour for 24 hours to prevent egg from being fertilized and implanted in the uterus. More ways to avoid pregnancy are do not drink alcohol or take drugs especially not with strange men, keep yourself safe, learn self-defense, be aware of surroundings, and learn to be happy by yourself via fruitarian or vegan diet , sunbathing, yoga, exercise, volunteer work, etc, and if needed a rescued dog for companionship and protection. The natural fertility method of tracking monthly menstrual cycle and fertile mucous described in Your Fertility Signals works well. The book, Our Bodies, Ourselves details women’s health and personal choices. The bible even describes how to end pregnancy using an herbal drink. There are more books for women here.

https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/001488.htm

“Note that “around half of all fertilized eggs die and are lost spontaneously, usually before the woman knows she is pregnant (ie: a missed period followed by heavy flow). Among women who know they are pregnant, 15 to 20 out of every 100 will have a miscarriage. Most miscarriages occur during the first 7 weeks of pregnancy.”

http://patient.info/doctor/miscarriag-spontaneous-abortion

Common recognized causes include:
Abnormal fetal development.
Genetically balanced parental translocation.
Uterine abnormality.
Incompetent cervix (second trimester).
Placental failure.
Multiple pregnancy.
Immunological.
Infections.
Endocrine – eg, luteal phase deficiency, polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Most miscarriages are caused by chromosome problems that make it impossible for the baby to develop. Usually, these problems are not related to the mother’s or father’s genes.

Other possible causes of miscarriage include:
Drug and alcohol abuse
Exposure to environmental toxins
Hormone problems
Infection
Obesity
Physical problems with the mother’s reproductive organs
Problem with the body’s immune response
Serious body-wide diseases in the mother (such as uncontrolled diabetes)
Smoking