XOXO Hillary XOXO Timothy: Working for the People, and Working for the Planet, Baby


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XOXOHillary, working for the people, and working for the planet, baby
Here's a kiss ...
For launching clean energy programs with good-paying jobs that help fight climate change
For pledging to cut energy waste in homes, schools, and hospitals by a third
Here's a hug ...
For working to lead the world in by bringing greenhouse gas emissions to 30 percent below 2005
For aiming to reduce American oil consumption by a third.

XOXOTimothy, working for the people, and working for the planet, baby
Here's a hug ...
For pledging to generate enough renewable energy to power every home in America
For acknowledging climate change as an urgent threat and a defining challenge of our time
Here's a kiss ...
For ensuring no Americans are left out or left behind as we rapidly build a clean energy economy
For calling out climate defeatists that doubt America's ability to meet this challenge

[Musicians and artists are invited to use this XOXO Hillary XOXO Timothy 2016 election song to help elect Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in 2016.
Feel free to substitute lines in your version from the list of Hillary's and Tim's pledges, initiatives and quotes listed below.]

See HillaryClinton.com for more about Hillary Clinton's and Tim Kaine's environmental and other commitments mentioned in this song.

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Here are more song line suggestions for XOXOHillary XOXOTimothy.
Both the environmental list and societal list below are adapted from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's and vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine's pledges, initiatives and quotes for the 2016 election. Most of these song lines are based on HillaryClinton.com statements.

Environmentally related song lines:

For helping make America the world's clean energy superpower
For creating good-paying jobs to make the United States the clean energy superpower of the 21st century
For setting national goals to have 500 million solar panels installed
For working to generate enough renewable energy to power every home in America
For cutting energy waste in homes, schools, and hospitals by a third
For working to reduce American oil consumption by a third.
For working to lead the world in the fight against climate change by bringing greenhouse gas emissions to 30 percent below what they were in 2005 within the next decade—and keep going.

For saying "I won't let anyone take us backward, deny our economy the benefits of harnessing a clean energy future, or force our children to endure the catastrophe that would result from unchecked climate change."

For acknowledging climate change as an urgent threat and a defining challenge of our time
For a plan to tackle climate change by making America the world's clean energy superpower
For taking bold steps to slash carbon pollution at home and around the world
For ensuring no Americans are left out or left behind as we rapidly build a clean energy economy.

For acknowledging that 2015 was the warmest year on record—and 15 of the 16 hottest years on record have come just since 2001.
For seeing the impacts of climate change, from the record drought in California to the frequently flooded streets of Miami and Annapolis.
For calling out the climate deniers that ignore settled science because it does not suit their political agenda
For calling out climate defeatists that doubt America's ability to meet this challenge
For calling on America is take on this crucial task

For saying that we can and must do better, even though we have cut U.S. carbon pollution to its lowest level since 1995 and helped wind power expand three fold and solar power 30-fold since 2008,.
For saying we have not done enough to tackle the climate challenge, meet America's carbon pollution reduction goals, or to compete for the $13.5 trillion of global clean energy investment unlocked by the historic international climate change agreement reached in Paris.

For setting a bold, national climate goals on day one to be achieved within ten years of her taking office

For working to generate enough renewable energy to power every home in America with half a billion solar panels installed by the end of Hillary's first term.

For working to cut energy waste in American homes, schools, hospitals and offices by a third
For working to make American manufacturing the cleanest and most efficient in the world.

For a goal to reduce American oil consumption by a third through cleaner fuels and more efficient cars, boilers, ships and trucks.

For delivering on the pledge President Obama made at the Paris climate conference last December—without relying on climate deniers in Congress to pass new legislation. Her plan will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30 percent in 2025 relative to 2005 levels and put the country on a path to cut emissions more than 80 percent by 2050. Her approach will catalyze new investment and economic opportunity across the country, create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, reduce energy bills and save families money, make our country more secure, and protect our families and communities from pollution.

For promising to defend, implement, and extend smart pollution and efficiency standards, including the Clean Power Plan, which will prevent 3,600 premature deaths and 90,000 asthma attacks annually, and efficiency standards for cars, trucks and appliances that are already reducing energy costs for American households and businesses by over $75 billion per year.

For launching a $60 billion Clean Energy Challenge to partner with states, cities, and rural communities and give them the tools and resources they need to go beyond federal standards in cutting carbon pollution and expanding clean energy.
For the Clean Energy Challenge that will help ensure all Americans share in the benefits of a clean energy economy by encouraging solar and energy efficiency investments in low-income communities.

For investing in clean energy infrastructure, innovation, manufacturing and workforce development to make the U.S. economy more competitive and create good paying jobs and careers.
For a comprehensive plan to make existing energy infrastructure cleaner and safer, unlocking new investment, and forging a climate compact with Canada and Mexico to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate clean energy deployment across the continent.

For working to ensure safe and responsible energy production.
For helping us transition to a clean energy economy, that ensures that the fossil fuel production taking place today is safe and responsible and that areas too sensitive for energy production are taken off the table.
For acknowledging there are some places where we should keep fossil fuels in the ground or under the ocean.

For reforming fossil fuel leasing and expanding clean energy production on public lands, from wind in Wyoming to solar in Nevada.

For ending wasteful tax subsidies for oil and gas companies and invest in clean energy instead.
For ending the billions of dollars of tax breaks that oil and gas companies have enjoyed for decades.

For working to cut emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, by 40-45 percent and put in place strong standards for reducing leaks from both new and existing sources.

For helping to revitalize coal communities by building a 21st century clean energy economy will create new jobs and industries, protect public health, and reduce carbon pollution.
For a $30 billion initiative to revitalize coal communities for the coal miners, power plant operators, transportation workers, and their families

For making environmental justice and climate justice a central priority.
For knowing that air pollution, water pollution, and toxic sites are disproportionately impacting low-income communities and communities of color—and climate change will make that impact even more severe.
For a bold national goal to eliminate lead poisoning as a public health risk within five years, create new economic opportunity by cleaning up the more than 450,000 toxic brownfield sites across the country, expand solar and energy efficiency solutions in low-income communities, and include the voices of community leaders, the environmental justice movement, and outside experts in taking on these challenges with a new Environmental and Climate Justice Task Force.

For saying "Every child and every family in America deserves clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, and a safe and healthy place to live. This a justice issue. It's a civil rights issue. And as president, it will be a national priority for us."

For working to slow down climate change that is killing our planet

For calling on all of us to help stop climate from making us go extinct

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Societal and environmentally related song lines:

XOXO Hillary, working for the people, and working our planet, baby
Here's a kiss ...
For a fair tax system that makes sure the wealthy, Wall Street, and corporations pay their fair share

XOXO Timothy, working for the people, and working our planet, baby
Here's a hug...
For protecting animals and wildlife because the way our society treats animals is a reflection of our humanity

For building an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.

For helping end addiction and substance abuse

For starting campaign finance reform so our democracy works for everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected

For combating terrorism, defeating ISIS and keeping the homeland safe

For working to end campus sexual assault.

For fixing a criminal justice system that is out of balance.

For expanding disability rights and opportunities

For early childhood education that gives every child a chance to live up to his or her God-given potential

For fixing America's infrastructure that is critical to a strong economy

For working to stop the epidemic of gun violence

For taking on climate change and making America the world's clean energy superpower

For initiating universal, quality, affordable health care for everyone

For fighting against HIV and AIDS.

For making the boldest investment in good-paying jobs since World War II

For a strong K-12 education to prepare our children for the future

For labor, workers' rights and unions that make America strong

For lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights and equality so they can live their lives free from discrimination.

For making debt-free college available to everyone and take on student loan debt.

For strengthening manufacturing so we always "Make it in America."

For maintaining the best-trained, best-equipped, and strongest military and defense in the world

For national security policies that keep us strong and safe

For guaranteeing paid family and medical leave

For protecting animals and wildlife because the way our society treats animals is a reflection of our humanity

For working hard for racial justice in America

For supporting America's rural communities - the backbone of this country

For working to level the playing field for small businesses

For protecting and strengthening Social Security and Medicare

For harnessing the power of technology and innovation for all Americans

For fully committing to supporting veterans, armed forces, and their families

For voting rights to make it easier to vote, not harder

For Wall Street reform that works for Main Street

For women's rights and opportunities that break down barriers that hold women back

For supporting those who live with autism and their families

For helping prevent and make an Alzheimer's cure possible by 2025.

For workforce skills and job training so everyone can learn the skills they need to succeed

Hillary Clinton should be our next president

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., participate in a rally at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, Va., Thursday, July 14, 2016. Kaine has been rumored to be one of Clinton's possible vice president choices. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • SteleEly Post author

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