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Subject: Support Conyers
Are They Jellyfish Or Do They Have A Spine???
After the election in November, 49% of us were left feeling heartbroken,
isolated and very insecure! We had given our hearts, our efforts and
our time, to re-defeat George W. Bush. That did not happen! Today we
fear the destructive policies of the Bush Administration, and the devastation
Bush has brought to our doors at home, and the havoc he has created
in the world. Each day the news brings us some new outrage or cover-up
by Bush or someone from his inner circle
Itís too late to agonize over what the Democrats could have done differently.
Their sense of urgency should be focused on what they can do today!
Tomorrow, Representative John Conyers, Maxine Waters and others will
stand before the Ohio Electors and issue a formal challenge to the vote.
Representative Conyers has already written to each Senator in a plea
asking them to sign on with him. There certainly is enough evidence
of improprieties to cause concern and question the results. An investigation
should be launched to look into the matter of voter fraud.
All of us are waiting, with baited breath, to see which Senator, if
any, will be unafraid to sign on to the challenge! Are they jellyfish
or do they have a spine? Our quarrel with Democrats who will not fight
for our right to vote and an honest election, will result in a backlash
of non-support when they come up for re-election
Meanwhile the media and the White House are in bed together, and present
a united front in an effort to barely mention or totally ignore this
issue. The bottom line is; this is not the time for our Democrat leaders
to be spineless. If they ever want to claim the White House as their
own again, their response should be ACT NOW! SIGN ON!
Subject: Urgent action for Ohio recount...
Here's some hope from Lydia Flores, an activist in California's
Just came from a group which gathered at Senator Barbara
Boxer's Office here in Fresno. There were about 20 of us representing
Fresno, Visalia, Porterville and Springville. It was awesome
since they had to come to Fresno through the rain... We were
told that Senator Boxer was willing to be the Senator who
will ask for the re-election in Ohio provided she sees numbers
[of supporters]. One of the activists suggested that we spread
the news to call Senator Boxer before Thursday when this concern
comes up for a vote.
Okay, let her hear from us! Please call or fax Senator Boxer
at one of the offices listed below and ask her to join John
Conyers and the group of representatives in opposing certification
of the electoral votes from Ohio. Then send this out far and
wide to your lists. We CAN bring about a fair tally of this
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Washington, D.C. 20510
501 I Street, Suite 7-600
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 448-2563 fax
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San Francisco, CA 94111
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Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Forwarded from a BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Call Sen. Clinton
[Thursday, 1/6/05] the Congressional Black Caucus will attempt
to prevent certification of the election, and, as in 2000,
will need the signature of just one senator to make it work.
In 2000 not one senator had the balls to sign. Given the high
degree of corruption in Ohio, where Kenneth Blackwell, the
Secretary of State (the Katherine Harris of 2004) was also
the Bush/Cheney campaign co-chair and where the Diebold Voting
Machine chairman vowed to make sure that Bush/Cheney were
elected last year, where people had to wait on line for up
to eight hours in black (read Kerry-voting) neighborhoods,
where some voting machines were removed from those neighborhoods,
one would think that enough nasty stuff had gone on to at
LEAST be suspicious.
Just called the offices of Schumer, Clinton, Kerry, Kennedy
and Jeffords. Our two sterling, firm-minded, unequivocal NY
senators have not made a decision yet on a subject that goes
to the heart of our democracy, with only about 20 hours to
go. Kennedy's and Kerry's mailboxes are full and Jefford's
line has been busy for the last hour. One of Clinton's aides
said that she had been getting a lot of calls on the subject.
If you want to, the number in NY is (212) 688-6262.
Forwarded by a BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: A weak bill of Indictment
As much I genuinely respect the efforts of Congressmen Conyers
to expose the truth about this sham election conducted on
2 November, 2004 DD - (Death of Democracy), his bill of particulars
is a rather pallid summary of the vast, overwhelming evidence
indicating that the wrong man will be inaugurated Jan 20,
2005. He casts his arguments in the most narrow of contexts.
Ohio, although decisive, was just one of many states where
vote fraud is extremely apparent. The prima facie case for
vote padding in North Carolina is compelling. The results
in the southernmost counties of Fl. are bizarre and merit
extreme suspicion. Massive lines in Kerry strongholds like
Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade resulted in very weak
turnout and an improvement in Bush's margins over 2000. Election
observers witnessed this phenemenon.
There is no explanation other than fraud. E-Voting machines
were programmed to place turnout caps in the strongest bastions
of Kerry strength in the Big 3. These caps were activated
when a certain percentage of registered voters cast ballots.
When these caps were breached, the rest of the vote was dished
to Bush. This would explain Rove's statement on Election day
that the exit polls were wrong because the "late vote"
would break to Bush.
In 2000 the exact opposite occured. The "late vote"
broke to Gore.
Rove's conduct is one of the strongest indicators pointing
to yes, a conspiracy, to defraud the nation of the right to
choose its leader as prescribed by the Constitution. The Evidence:
1) Why did Bush not campaign in Ohio between Oct 4 and October
2) Why did Bush and Rove go to Columbus, Ohio on Election
Day to meet with their "Boy" Ken Blackwell?
3) Why did Bush campaign operatives literally laugh at the
exit polls showing a decisive Kerry win?
4) Why did they inform their friends at Bill Buckley's National
Review during the late afternoon Election day that Ohio and
Fl. were "in the bag"?
5) Once their obnoxious bragadaccio hit the net, why did
they perform a 180 and tell ABC News White House correspondent
Terry Moran that the mood in the White was downbeat as election
returns were beginning to trickle in from Indiana and Kentucky?
6) Why did Karl Rove personally call Bob Schieffer of CBS
News to confess deep concern that Bush was going to lose Fl.?
7) Why did Rove tell Tim Russert on NBC's "Meet the
Press" that exit polls showing a Kerry victory made him
8) Why was Bush's campaign schedule kept at such a leisurely
place when, by all conventional measures of support, he was
in such deep political trouble?
9) Why not mention the public statements of Bush supporter
Rep. Pete King (R) NY...With a beverage in hand and lips loosened
he told Alexandra Pelosi that Bush was a shoo-in" because
we're going to take care of counting the votes."
10) Why not mention the absurdity of results that would
have the gullible believe that in Democratic areas, where
voter registration and activist spirit was at a riptide, no
one voted, and in the furthest Republican outposts--where
the very opposite was true--voters turned out in a tidal wave
Subject: Letter to the Editor - Will Democrats stand silent
Four years ago when Bush stole the election the Democrats
stood silent and allowed it to happen and suppressed the voices
within their own party who wanted to speak out about election
fraud. We now have another election that although [it] wasn't
as close as last time - was still riddled with fraud. We now
live in a country when the outcome of an election is dependent
on who is counting the votes, and this is an issue that needs
to be talked about. It would be a very big mistake for Democrats
to again block this debate like they did last time.
There are three reasons Democrats have been losing elections.
The first is that Republicans are stealing elections. The
second and more important is that Democrats have stood silent
and allowed it to happen. The last reason is that the Democrats
keep voting with Republicans on unprovoked wars and cutting
taxes for the rich. No one wants to vote for cowards and if
the Democrats are going to roll over and take it again and
again when they know better - then why bother to support them?
If they aren't going to dig in and fight for issues like stopping
the Republicans for privatizing Social Security, protecting
reproductive choice, and blocking extreme judges - then what
is the point in them being there in the first place? Democrats
never win when they try to be like Republicans.
I'm Marc Perkel - And I approved this message!
San Francisco, CA.
Side Note: I was interviewed on Air America Radio on December
27th on the Mike Malloy Show about my new emerging religion,
the church of Reality. The Church of Reality is openly challenging
the claim of some right wing Christian groups that they have
taken control of America and that they own the moral high
ground. We assert that we Realists own the moral high ground
and our Sacred Principles are superior to the Ten Commandments.
More information about that here: http://www.churchofreality.org
The Malloy interview can be heard at: http://www.churchofreality.org/ads/malloy.mp3
I am looking for opportunities to debate religion - especially
on the basis of what is real...
Subject: The Social Security issue from another point of
I am a Democrat and an entrepreneur. I am President of two
small companies that employ people. Needless to say, we are
private companies and not publicly traded on the New York
Stock Exchange or any other exchange. We pay in FICA taxes
matching those that our employees pay. Frankly, I do not want
the Federal Government to turn the money I invest in FICA
taxes over to financial houses that will invest in my competitors.
I am trying desperately to keep my jobs in the U.S. My competitors
are busy outsourcing. They already have an advantage from
this point of view. I donít need my Republican Congressman
Tom Cole voting to establish a huge pot of money that I have
to contribute to that also contributes to the demise of my
companies and the jobs that I supply. I donít want to create
yet another pot of our money for the big Republican money
contributors to rob. I have never seen any comments from this
point of view. All I hear from Tom Cole is that he is not
going to vote to take away benefits from those presently retired
or those nearing retirements. This is all a bunch of nonsense.
Social Security was established for the current and near current
recipients when they were very young. Why should we abandon
our young now? Itís the way we make sure that their children
take care of them when they are old. And why should we wipe
out small businesses so our employed people of all ages (since
we do NOT discriminate) have to work for big corporations
if they can get jobs at all?
By the way, when I and one brother took care of our elderly
parents, with no contribution of any sort, time or money or
phone calls or emails of support from our other siblings,
I always felt some comfort whenever my parents got their social
security checks that those other siblings at least had to
pay their taxes to do SOMETHING.
Keep up your good work, you real journalist you.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: An astute editorial
I wonder why there are not many journalists of your calibre working
for the mainstream press. The fourth estate plays a very important role
in maintaining democracy and the country owes you a great deal for doing
Have sent a cheque for $25.00 as a small token of my appreciation. Keep
up the good work. God bless.
Subject: BuzzFlash kicking butt
Thanks for the kick-butt editorial, "The
Fallacious Notion that News Coverage is Objective."
As usual youíre right on the mark.
Carolyn in Tennessee
Subject: My Comments
It looked so odd when Bushes dragged Clinton into their
mess. Bushes have lost their reputation and I wonder why Clinton
is putting his two cents in bailing Bush out. Regarding Ohio
election fiasco, I hope all will go well on Jan 6th. We will
then realize who is for true democracy.
I would like you to read the excerpt from Chuck Baldwin about
religious right distorting our civil liberties. Have a great
[BuzzFlash Note: The essay is at http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/chuckwagon.html.]
Subject: Bush & Jesus
Earlier today Mary Noel Keough wrote
to BuzzFlash: "I wish a writer would take the words
of Jesus and compare them to the actions of the Administration."
Here's a great table somebody prepared - Bush actions versus
W. Bush and the teachings of Jesus (Religious Left)
I think the list of Bush actions is a little old and there
are probably a lot more items that could be added in his column.
Hypocrite of the year is right!
Thanks for keeping me sane BuzzFlash!
Subject: Massive disaster largely unreported in the media
After reading report after report about the massive disaster
in South Asia - it made me ask the question of why there have
been few if any reports of the massive disaster in Iraq and
the impact on regular Iraqi citizens. I did a bit of research
on the Internet and discovered that while the US has chosen
to not formally track the number of Iraqi civilians killed
during the past two years - conservative estimates by various
aid agencies suggest that upwards of 100,000 Iraqi civilians
have died since the US invaded their country. The number of
sick, wounded, homeless and starving Iraqis are on a scale
similar to those left homeless by the tsunami. It is criminal
that there are no daily news reports informing the American
public of the plight of Iraqi civilians.
Can you imagine if the electricity in New York City only ran
3 to 4 hours per day, insurgents bombing market areas on a
regular basis, and hundreds of thousands of our citizens left
homeless with limited hope for assistance. The wild fire last
year in San Diego made 3000 families homeless - imagine if
300,000 were left homeless. That is what recently happened
I challenge your organization to take the lead and dedicate
space on your homepage to reporting on the plight of every
day Iraqi civilians. How many have died since the beginning
of the war, how many wounded, how many homeless, how many
people without basic services like electricity, running water,
food and shelter, what improvements are being made (and being
promised), and new disasters like Fallujah, and how they impact
Iraqi citizens. Unfortunately we have taken a second world
country and destroyed all infrastructure resulting in a country
that now looks worse than many third world countries. For
the Iraqi people it is a disaster on the same scale as the
recent tsunami and has largely remained unreported.
La Mesa, CA
Subject: The Reds
Dear Gentle BuzzFlashers,
From Lee Atwater to Newt Gingrich wordplay propaganda has
been the New Right's stock in trade, and many people have
fallen for it. Well, we don't need propaganda, but we do need
a new vocabulary to get our message across. The media has
unknowingly aided us here. They call the Republican states
"Red States." I think many of you will agree that
their complicity in war propaganda preceding the present Gulf
War, along with their suppression of stories about the stolen
vote - in 2000, 2002, and 2004 - is approaching that of Stalin's
regime (most people don't even know that the old Soviet Union
had regular "elections"). So would it not be appropriate
to just refer to the Republicans, and their broadcast media
allies, as "The Reds"? I know I will.
Yours in peace and freedom,
Subject: constituents' complaints work
Like many of you, Iíve been writing letters...and letters...and
letters that, for the most part, seem for all intents and
purposes to end up in the circular file, destined never to
be seen by another living soul Ė and, therefore, never to
have any impact on the course of events shaping the world
in which I live.
Once in a while, I read something that makes me feel that
all these letters and all this continued dissent regarding
what W is continually trying to cram down our throats may
really be worth all the effort it takes to "keep up the
good fight." Such was the case today: Jan. 4th, 2005.
GOP Abandons Ethics Changes (Washington Post)
House Republican leaders Monday night abandoned proposals
to loosen rules governing members' ethical conduct, as they
yielded to pressure from rank-and-file lawmakers concerned
that the party was sending the wrong message.
...Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-Ariz.) said during a break in the
meeting that the "indictment rule" was restored
in part because of complaints that members had heard back
home. "Constituents reacted," he said. "We're
blessed with a leadership that listens."
Granted, the Republican leaders of The U.S. House of Representatives
were apparently listening to Republican constituents who were
unhappy with the proposed ethics rule changes, but itís heartening
to note that they donít totally tune out every ordinary citizen
of this country.
Since they apparently only listen to Republican constituents
(who have the power to vote them into-or-out of office) and,
as Garrison Keillorís parody states, Weíre All Republicans
Now, anyway, perhaps we should just make it official, and
ALL RE-REGISTER as Republicans so that we might have some
say in the workings of our government! It might also just
confuse the hell out of Ďem.
Just a thought...
A BuzzFlash Reader
Didnít the brush cutting dimwit tell new members of Congress
this morning that "politics is the ultimate sacrifice"?
What an affront to the memories of not only the soldiers who
have died in this war, but to the memories of all soldiers
who have died in previous wars. What a moron!
A BuzzFlash Reader
[BuzzFlash Note: Yes, he did:
Bush greets congressional freshmen (Columbia Tribune).]
Subject: rather disturbing
i heard something rather disturbing tonight (i think it was
on msnbc) whatever was on in the waiting room. anyway a gentleman
said if you are 55 or older you would not have anything to
worry about with bush's new plan for social security. as he
said that i looked at a lady i have known for many years (she
voted for bush) she is 53, will be 54 next month. she has
worked hard her whole life cleaning toilets, sweeping and
mopping floors for those who spend more on dinner out than
she makes in a week. where will that leave her? all these
years she has counted on that social security.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Can We Give So Little to Help, But Spend More to Hurt
Further to (reader) Mary MacElveen's comments about our
governments' willingness to spend more on hurting than on
healing, in "Freeing the World to Death" by William
Blum: "One year's military budget in the United States
is equal to more than $20,000 per hour for EVERY HOUR since
Jesus Christ was born. That's one year." (caps are mine)
Just out of curiosity, I did the calculation: 24 hrs. per
day x 365 days = 8,760 hrs
8,760 hrs x $20,000 = $175,000,000 per year
$175,000,000 per year x 2,000 years = $350,000,000,000
Even when you add the extra 500 days (for leap years - every
four years, i.e. 2,000 days divided by 4):
500 x 24 = 12,000 hours
12,000 hrs. x $20,000 = $240,000,000
$350,000,000,000 + 240,000,000 = $350,240,000,000
We should be appalled, as Jesus would be.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: Blackwell's stationery - state not campaign
just noticed that the envelope blackwell's later came in informing
the recipient of having done such a great job deliver the
$hrub was under official Ohio Secretary of State seal!!!!
i'd assumed it must have been delivered under GOP campaign
stationery headers. THIS would really cast doubt on his nonpartisan
status as SOS, damn!! here it's explicit!
A BuzzFlash Reader (forwarded from Common
Ground - Common Sense)
Subject: It's a small world
CNN was reporting on the tsunami disaster a few nights ago
and at the end of the report they asked the question, is the
US doing enough for the devastated region? People were able
to call in and state their opinion. There were four calls.
Two said we werenít doing enough and two said we were doing
enough. One of the ones that said we were not doing enough
was what I would describe, just by her voice, as a bitter
old woman. "Of course we are doing enough," she
said. "If 'they' donít like what we offered, we shouldn't
give them a dime. Then they would see who we are. The world
would fall to pieces without us." At the time, Bush was
pledging the pathetic sum of 35 million.
It's not all a direct quote but her words stuck in my mind.
"Then they would see who we are."
I'm afraid, my dear BuzzFlash friends, the world already knows
exactly who we are. They don't hear our voices anymore, only
people like Bush and that bitter old woman.
This is for the bitter old woman, safe at home, surrounded
by her family. Aid workers found a 20 day year old infant,
alive, floating on a mattress near a devastated community.
If that's not enough to put compassion in your heart again,
a picture says a thousand words.
[BuzzFlash Note: An AFP photo.
Caption can be found here.]
Ebay set up their website to take in contributions and distribute
funds to different charities. Within six hours they collected
12 million dollars. Our compassion and generosity can be heard
over their stingy cries. Those that can empathize with others'
plight, when push comes to shove, can move mountains, push
back the waters and bring hope.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: ABC news blog and the censors
It's been a fascinating experience - blogging. After the
election I really wanted to see what other people had to say
about politics and I badly needed to debate and learn and
vent. However, ABC news censors are censoring an interesting
assortment of ideas from various people on both sides of the
political spectrum. They evidently want to divide us and keep
us divided. It is a tactic steeped in the annals of the fascism
guidebook. They don't censor you for cursing (unless it's
really heinous) or hateful diatribe. I recently tried to answer
a question about why people thought religion was so important
in this last election - if it was important. I'm not much
of a church goer because I have a hard time with organized
religion but I consider myself to be a spiritual person. I
wrote and asked about why Jesus' teachings were not discussed.
Specifically he preached about love - He said, "and the
greatest of these is love." I also wrote about how he'd
knocked over the money tables and would not be eating dinner
with the Bushes at the White House but would be considered
a rebel in our time and would be hanging out with the poor.
I said that he would probably have the same fate now. This
was censored. I was unable to get the thought across. They
also censor you if you start a string that even hints at getting
people to reach out to each other from different political
views. They don't like it when you talk about protesting or
promoting freedom of expression. I knew that major news organizations
censored heavily and I realized that they spew out the Bush
propaganda; however, I had no idea how controlling and manipulative
they are but I would encourage people to just try their hand
at blogging on ABC news and find out the types of ideas they
are censoring to truly understand what is going on. Alternative
news organizations like BuzzFlash should be promoted. I don't
know what I would have done through these last few years without
the in your face news of BuzzFlash. Thank you! Keep up the
Your most recent headline reads: White
House Hiding Gonzales Terror Memos from Senate. Another Reason
Not to Confirm Him, But Will Senate Dems Grow a Backbone in
Good message, but I wonder if you are placing the blame in
a place where it can do the most good. Most people feel they
can't help how Senate Dems act. I read the article and feel
But the truth is I am not helpless. I can call my Senators
(both Repubs) and tell them where I stand. That will help
the senate Dems. My only point is that maybe your headlines
should encourage readers to take action, not just stand by
and helplessly watch idiots do bad things.
I doubt if you will even read this. If you do, write back
and I'll write better letters in the future.
A BuzzFlash Reader
Subject: social security
Watch out for the bushes with their social security proposal.
Just remember the savings and loan debacle. Just remember
all the other shenanigans the bushes have pulled. Seems as
if anywhere there is MONEY that older people have saved for
their retirement years, the bushes yank it out from under
them. THEN, the taxpayers have to cough up more to cover their
(asses) They don't have to pay back a dime. The taxpayers
get cheated again. Seems that is all the bushes know how to
do. Cheat, lie, steal and any other evil, bad thing.
As far as jebbie boy, you saw the beginning of the presidency
for him. So, now, we are paying for jebbie boy's push for
the white house. Bushie can do whatever he pleases and not
have to worry about being brought to trial for all the wrong
Mr. Clinton. What can I say about the best President I have
seen in my life time?
Someday things will return to the fine days of yesteryear.
( I can dream, can't I?)
Subject: Powell says 'nothing like' tsunami damage
says 'nothing like' tsunami damage (Telegraph)
Colin Powell, the outgoing US secretary of state, said the
damage caused by the Boxing Day tsunami is more devastating
than any war the former general has seen.
But he has not been to Fallujah. Item ends...
The director of the hospital Dr Rafa'ah al-Iyssaue states
that it's the single most depressing situation he has even
been in since the start of the war with dead bodies, including
those of children, being picked up from the destroyed homes.
Of the 700 corpses 'collected' so far more than 550 have
been those of women and children. What male bodies have
been uncovered most were elderly.
According to the doctors at the hospital, many of the bodies
found were mutilated, some with no arms or legs. While the
bodies of two babies found are believed to have died from
malnutrition. The number of bodies found are only from nine
districts in Fallujah with some 18 others yet to be reached.
The number of dead doesn't include those buried by civilians.
Subject: No Extermination Without Representation
"No Extermination Without Representation"... These
are the words of my good friend from one of his writings.
He was a good and wise man, a world patriot & an activist.
He was murdered in a questionable way similar in many respects
to the assassinations of John Lennon, the Kennedys, ML King,
His song, "Let Love Rule The World Instead Of Fear,"
goes something like this:
"We want to claim our inheritance, before you blow it
up, So let love rule the world instead of fear, The enemyís
not man, Manís our brother. We must not kill the Earth, Sheís
As I read articles from some of my favorite websites (since
unfortunately thatís where we have to go nowadays to get the
NEWS instead of some disgusting corporate spin TV half-truth),
Iím reminded of his songs, letters, and articles.
Here we are, itís January 2005. Weíre in an endless war against
a vague enemy. In a "democracy" with the voting
process effectively scammed. In a world which increasingly
hates America because it is bullying everyone and even rationalizes
torture. Itís 3 years after a Pearl Harbor type event with
so many holes in the official story and cover-up of facts
that it causes disgust. An administration that throws out
Geneva Convention standards and International Law standards
by "renaming" things (legal tricks) like "enemy
combatants" instead of "prisoners," "information
gathering" instead of torture. The list goes on and so
does the Opiate of the Masses namely information indoctrination
through corrupt media owners.
The Fear Atmosphere being generated is causing more individuals
to sell out their integrity & souls because they want
to save themselves and their families from the injustice being
inflicted upon others ("we better get on the right side
or weíre gonna be screwed!").
Others sell out because they take the EXAMPLE of corruption
from the top as the standard. ("If these guys can do
it without conscience and with impunity then why should we
stay behind. Letís get rich & powerful by any means like
And so the world is going to hell in a hand-basket.
Are we headed towards more & more bloodshed, pollution,
and destruction of civilized society? We are after all, living
in a nuclear weaponized world.
Therefore my old, good friend, a God Conscious man ahead
of his time declared: "No Extermination Without Representation."
Itís time for us to wake up, draw our line in the sand, and
Wage Peace Aggressively to save the world we were given by
those who sacrificed to give it to us.
It's time to run for office, attend congressional hearings,
march on Washington, waken the masses addicted to TV and ignorant
of free speech still available on the internet. Itís time
to ride through the streets shouting "The redcoats are
coming." Itís time to Act to counter the onslaught of
lies, hypocrisy, false godliness, false devotion to God, false
"public service" and sociopaths in high government
positions. The time for fairness and Right Action is now.
Writes Letter on Ohio Secretary of State Stationery Thanking
Recipient for Helping Him "deliver the great Buckeye
State for George W. Bush"
(Go to above link for content of post.)
You can add the Bush move to stop less expensive drug imports
from Canada thanx to the drug company's coalition with the
administration. This is the Bush program of no Corporate donor
left behind. In lieu of "no child left behind" program that
he cut $8 billion. The Radical Right Strikes again. It is
quite a list and seems only to grow.
Talk is cheap Ė especially when it comes from Roveís puppet
calling on everyone to help Tsunami survivors by giving cash.
Many celebrities are donating very large sums of money to
help, and countless numbers of ordinary citizens have shown
unstinting generosity to support the Tsunami relief effort.
But, Iíll bet that Bush hasnít given a dime of his own money,
and needs also to be reminded that "charity begins at
Harold S Kramer
Thanks for everything you do. We really need you right now,
and you never fail to deliver.
I've thought about submitting pieces in the past, but I've been
doing some digging around on the FDA web site, and found some
things that are really disturbing. I discuss them in the latest
post to my blog, http://40ozblog.blogspot.com/, and the information
I've found is so scary that I thought it was important to share
with you. The piece is titled "FDA
Documents Prove They No Longer Serve the Public Interest."
Even if you don't want to publish it, I hope that you'll take
a look because in my mind it does represent a smoking gun.
Thank again for everything,