Re: Finally, a response!
- --- In Pagan-Headstone-Campaign@yahoogroups.com, Underwood-Fowler
Cindy <CDUFOWLER@...> wrote:
>We were fighting these people under the previous two sets of rules,
> What kind of answer is that? There's no procedure? Rubbish! Put
> a procedure in place then!
we will fight them under this set and we will keep fighting them
until we win.
> How did they add all the other emblems to the list then? Did theyjust find the list already made growing from a tree?
Under a different set of rules, one we were about to challenge in
the courts. Then they went and did this and the bottom fell out
under those lawsuits.
> Why can't they use the same procedure as they did before? What acomplete
and total, thinly veiled, disrespectful attempt at fobbing you off.
> *rages*campaign but
> (who is actually in the UK and can't be a lot of use to the US
> is taking notes because the situation is no better over here)to add
> The letter explains that there is currently no procedure in place
> additional emblems of belief to be put on government furnishedheadstones
> and markers.
- (Charles P. Arnold)
>Send him a second letter anyway and remind him that you willIf it were truly inaction on Turner's part, his office wouldn't have
>remember his inaction when you go into the voting booth and vote for
>anyone but him.
responded to me. Nevertheless, I plan to vote for the Democratic
candidate, for what it's worth.
>I'm guessing your original letter explained the decade-long stall and thatI posted the original text of my letter as soon as I faxed it. It's here:
>this absence of regulations somehow didn't impede the insignia of the Sikhs,
>the Muslims and all the others.