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  • LilOleMiss
    Dear Listmates, While realizing not everyone is as joyful as I am at this moment, I simply can t help savoring a very long awaited Republican victory now to go
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 6, 2002
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      Dear Listmates,

      While realizing not everyone is as joyful as I am at this moment,
      I simply can't help savoring a very long awaited Republican
      victory now to go into place. My state, California, is still
      voting just north of me in San Francisco due to their having run
      out of ballots for an unexpected small turnout, but miles and
      miles of people stood in the streets waiting for replacement
      provisional ballots to arrive from election headquarters. This
      phenomena is being seen all over this state, but I am horrified
      that most likely the despicable socialist cum mafioso governor
      Davis seems to be holding onto his fragile power. He, Davis, who
      only 4 years ago described by the DemocRAT party as "our golden
      star in the west!"
      Perhaps now we'll see President Bush being able to fill empty
      judgeships, pass reform measures so desperately needed but blocked
      with pure hatred by a self-righteous and self-loving group of
      hacks from an opposing party "representing" the people. Yes, no
      doubt war will arise very soon - perhaps in one month or two, but
      I have no use for "passive non-violence" in the face of pure
      unadulterated Evil as exists in the crazies of this world's
      socialists, Islamic fanatics or domination of any sort. At least
      my blunt honesty is above board rather than behind one's back.

      Sheila
    • golden3000997@cs.com
      Dear Sheila, I don t really want to get into a heated political debate, but I would like to ask you to read these two articles in full. Politics is a very
      Message 2 of 7 , Nov 6, 2002
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        Dear Sheila,

        I don't really want to get into a heated political debate, but I would like
        to ask you to read these two articles in full. Politics is a very dirty
        business and there is NO right side. I was a nanny for the son of Art Agnos
        (former mayor of San Francisco and ally of Gov. Davis) He was then a
        legislator and his son was 2 years old. His wife was an aide to the speaker
        of the house. I heard many things during my year with them. I know that Art
        really had an idealistic soul, but he knew and accepted that to get into the
        game at all, he had to play by the (dirty) rules. I'm not saying that he
        wasn't greedy & self-serving, but people can have more than one side to their
        psyche.

        We have come very far away from the ideals embodied at the inception of our
        political system. And even then, while striving for some very high ideals,
        our "founding fathers" were not born in a vacuum. They had plenty of
        experience with the political realities of the world. I personally believe
        that there are people and forces shaping the world that what we see as
        political systems are only a shadow puppet show of. I suggest keeping an open
        mind and that it would be a good idea to read many different things before
        coming to any conclusions.

        If people had exposed Hitler's true purpose and methods during the early
        years of his rising to power (which I'm sure some tried to do) the general
        population probably wouldn't have believed it. If, a week before 9-11,
        someone alerted the media about a terrorist plot to do exactly what happened,
        no one would have taken it seriously. 9-11 taught us one very important
        lesson - to believe the unbelievable.

        http://www.antichristconspiracy.com/HTML%20Pages/The%20September%2011th%20Worl

        d%20Trade%20Center%20Demolition%20and%20the%20So-Called%20War%20on%20Terrorism

        .htm

        http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/ARTICLE2/doodoo.html
      • golden3000997@cs.com
        Easier to get to the first web site with this address: http://serendipity.magnet.ch/wtc.html
        Message 3 of 7 , Nov 6, 2002
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          Easier to get to the first web site with this address:

          http://serendipity.magnet.ch/wtc.html
        • LilOleMiss
          Hi, Christine, I really appreciate your caring enough to write from the heart, and that means a very great deal to me. As a cousin of an active politician
          Message 4 of 7 , Nov 6, 2002
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            Hi, Christine,
             
            I really appreciate your caring enough to write from the heart, and that means a very great deal to me. As a cousin of an active politician "everybody" knows and who is strictly banned from my family with cause, and also as a gal who's great-grand-father never caught me as a child "spying" when he and his life long friend, a Supreme Court Justice, hashed national affairs over hot coals, all politics are dirty and totally "beyond the pale," in my opinion. [sigh] It's a shame when I feel I must hope for the lesser of two Evils, but a glance at recent history shows very clearly this entire country was dead in the water due to Democrats' stonewalling, largely from jealousy, spite, plain hatefulness, or whatever.
             
            You must live not far from me! I'm down in the Monterey Bay area, and naturally I have vivid memories of Art Agnos.
             
            I don't think a single thing has changed since Caesar's day, and it's a shame our law system as well as our judicial system overall are based on worn out and decadent leftovers.
             
            Thanks for the web sites, Golden Christina - I've visited them, too. UGH!
             
            Cheers,
             
            Sheila
            Dear Sheila,

            I don't really want to get into a heated political debate, but I would like
            to ask you to read these two articles in full. Politics is a very dirty
            business and there is NO right side. I was a nanny for the son of Art Agnos
            (former mayor of San Francisco and ally of Gov. Davis) He was then a
            legislator and his son was 2 years old. His wife was an aide to the speaker
            of the house. I heard many things during my year with them. I know that Art
            really had an idealistic soul, but he knew and accepted that to get into the
            game at all, he had to play by the (dirty) rules. I'm not saying that he
            wasn't greedy & self-serving, but people can have more than one side to their
            psyche.

            We have come very far away from the ideals embodied at the inception of our
            political system. And even then, while striving for some very high ideals,
            our "founding fathers" were not born in a vacuum. They had plenty of
            experience with the political realities of the world. I personally believe
            that there are people and forces shaping the world that what we see as
            political systems are only a shadow puppet show of. I suggest keeping an open
            mind and that it would be a good idea to read many different things before
            coming to any conclusions.

            If people had exposed Hitler's true purpose and methods during the early
            years of his rising to power (which I'm sure some tried to do) the general
            population probably wouldn't have believed it. If, a week before 9-11,
            someone alerted the media about a terrorist plot to do exactly what happened,
            no one would have taken it seriously. 9-11 taught us one very important
            lesson - to believe the unbelievable.

            http://www.antichristconspiracy.com/HTML%20Pages/The%20September%2011th%20Worl

            d%20Trade%20Center%20Demolition%20and%20the%20So-Called%20War%20on%20Terrorism

            .htm

            http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/ARTICLE2/doodoo.html

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          • DRStarman2001@aol.com
            lilolemiss@inreach.com writes: ... ******* We can allow a few political posts on election Day here in the U.S., I suppose. Yes, for the first time in 50
            Message 5 of 7 , Nov 6, 2002
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              lilolemiss@... writes:

              While realizing not everyone is as joyful as I am at this moment,
              I simply can't help savoring a very long awaited Republican
              victory now to go into place....
              Perhaps now we'll see President Bush being able to fill empty
              judgeships, pass reform measures so desperately needed but blocked
                with pure hatred by a self-righteous and self-loving group of
              hacks from an opposing party "representing" the people...



              ******* We can allow a few political posts on election Day here in the U.S., I suppose. Yes, for the first time in 50 years, the Republican Party now has control of the White House, Senate and House. The partial privatization of Social Security 'pyramid scheme'  needed to keep the system from going bankrupt can now finally go through (that's what saved the social insurance scheme in Chile from going under), and many other reforms of Roosevelt Era socialism. The Democrats who were committed to keeping that, controlled Congress from 1954 to 1994, when the opposite party took over, but then the Democrat in the White House obstructed many things until two years ago; now one party has control of everything.


              >>>Yes, no
              doubt war will arise very soon - perhaps in one month or two, but
              I have no use for "passive non-violence" in the face of pure
              unadulterated Evil as exists in the crazies of this world's
              socialists, Islamic fanatics or domination of any sort. At least
              my blunt honesty is above board rather than behind one's back.


              ******** This election was a referendum by the American people on whether they support President Bush in counterattacking against Islamic fundamentalism. Now they can be no mistake about how Americans feel. Wherever the killers are, from Bali to Yemen, they'd better be prepared to face justice, because it's going to find them.

              Dr. Starman

              http://www.DrStarman.net
            • golden3000997@cs.com
              Just a quick note - I lived in Sacramento for about 6 years, then Seattle for about six. I have lived in South Florida for the past 14 years (I WANT OUT!!!) :
              Message 6 of 7 , Nov 7, 2002
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                Just a quick note -

                I lived in Sacramento for about 6 years, then Seattle for about six. I have
                lived in South Florida for the past 14 years (I WANT OUT!!!) : ) Hope to
                move to the mountains of North Carolina in a few years.

                : ) Christine
              • LilOleMiss
                Hiya, Christine, Well, southern Florida is really nice, but then I think there s always something very special to be found in one spot that exists nowhere
                Message 7 of 7 , Nov 7, 2002
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                  Hiya, Christine,
                   
                  Well, southern Florida is really nice, but then I think there's always something very special to be found in one spot that exists nowhere else. I love New Orleans, the closest place I think I can possibly call "home" - my sister lives there, but it's spreading out from almost Grand Isle to Baton Rouge these days, with more growth to come. Several years ago my husband and I dragged our RV over to Chesapeake Bay and then down through North Carolina, which is incredibly beautiful! It was in the autumn with the leaves beginning to turn into their remarkably wonderful varying shades, and it was sheer joy to catch the first glimpse of the shape of those mountains! I'll hope you'll move there, too, when the opportunity arrives!
                   
                  Blessings,
                  Sheila
                   
                  Just a quick note -

                  I lived in Sacramento for about 6 years, then Seattle for about six. I have
                  lived in South Florida for the past 14 years (I WANT OUT!!!) :  ) Hope to
                  move to the mountains of North Carolina in a few years.

                  :  ) Christine

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