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HERE IS THE ENEMY -- they have posted their names
A.N.S.W.E.R. | 3-7-04 | dfu

Posted on 03/07/2004 7:02:01 PM PST by doug from upland

Here you are, FReepers. Here is the enemy. Working in conjunction with A.N.S.W.E.R., they have given us their names.

How about this one --- Jameel Rashid, U.S. Coast Guard, Portsmouth, VA

Well, sailor. I guess it is time for me to call your commanding officer and see what he thinks about this.

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MARCH 20, 2004

GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION
on the FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the U.S. BOMBING and INVASION of IRAQ

Bring the troops home now!

End colonial occupation from Iraq to Palestine and everywhere!

Money for jobs, education, healthcare and housing - Not war!
Stop the attacks on civil rights and civil liberties!
Madison Square Park (Madison Ave. & 23rd St.) in New York City, Dolores Park in San Francisco, Hollywood and Vine in Los Angeles, Michigan & Pearson in Chicago, and in cities across the U.S.

Call to Action

As of Saturday, February 28, the March 20 Call to Action has received over 2,000 endorsements. Below is a partial listing. Click here to endorse.

Call signed by (partial listing):

A.N.S.W.E.R. (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism) Coalition
Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition
Arab Muslim American Federation
Free Palestine Alliance
Muslim American Society Freedom Foundation
Muslim Student Association of the U.S. and Canada
National Lawyers Guild
Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general
New York City Labor Against the War
IFCO/Pastors for Peace
Free Palestine Alliance - U.S.
Partnership for Civil Justice - LDEF
Nicaragua Network
Bayan - USA/International
Korea Truth Commission
International Action Center
Muslim Student Association of the U.S./Canada
Kensington Welfare Rights Union
Mexico Solidarity Network
Middle East Children's Alliance
Deir Yassin Society of New York
Palestine Aid Society
Palestine Solidarity Committee
New Jersey Solidarity - Activists for the Liberation of Palestine
Arab-American Forum
Islamic Political Party of America (IPPA)
Americans for a Palestinian State
Americans for Justice in Palestine-Israel
American Muslim Voice, Fremont, CA
CAIR California, Anaheim, CA
Canadian Palestinian Foundation, Montreal, Canada
Filipino Workers Association
A.N.S.W.E.R. Youth & Student National Coalition
Chicago Coalition Against War & Racism
Alaskans for Peace and Justice
Ann Arbor Coalition Against the War
Baltimore Coalition to End War & Terrorism
Bay Area United Against War
City Wide Coalition, Baltimore
Coalition Against War & Injustice, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Committee for Peace and Justice in the Middle East, Prescott, Arizona
Communities for Peace, Eureka, CA
Community for Peace, Winston-Salem, NC
Flagstaff Activist Network
Forum Against Militarism and War, Heidelberg, Germany
Greater Lansing Network Against War & Injustice (GLNAWI)
Louisville Committee for Peace in the Middle East
Michigan Emergency Coalition Against War And Injustice (M.E.C.A.W.I.)
Neighbors for Peace and Justice - Northeast Los Angeles
Orange County Peace and Justice Coalition
People for Peace and Justice of Utah
Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission
Riverside Area Peace and Justice Action
U.S. Citizens Against War, Florence, Italy
St Pete for Peace
Stop War World Action, Japan, Tokyo
Toronto Coalition to Stop the War
TriCity Action for Peace
Turnwind, Tucson, AZ
Tucson Peace Action Coalition
Wage Peace, Jacksonville, FL
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists' Social Justice Committee
Franciscan Sisters and Cojourners of the Justice & Peace Network,
  Rochester, MN
Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa, CA
Peace Fresno, CA
Maui Peace Action, Pukalani, HI
Mendocino Coast Peace and Justice Center, Ft. Bragg, CA
Waterville Area Bridges for Peace & Justice, Madison, ME
African American Holiday Association, Washington, DC
Peace Center of Nevada County, CA
Baylor Students for Social Justice, Baylor University
Central New Jersey Coalition for Peace & Justice, Highlands
South Bay Mobilization, San Jose, CA
Progressive Club of Healdsburg High School, Sebastopol, CA
College Voice, College of Staten Island, New York
National Federation of Students Self-Government Associations
  (ZENGAKUREN), Tokyo, Japan
Progressive Political Students, Elmhurst, IL
Students for Peace, West Aurora High School
New York City Public Library Guild, Local 1930, District Counsel 37,
  AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and
  Municipal Employees)
Branch 214 of the National Association of Letter Carriers
RSU (Elected Union Council) University of Florence; CGIL, University
  Union, Florence, Italy
Labor Rights Association, Taipei, China
Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG), Montréal, Qc. Canada.
Paz y Justicia en Medio Oriente, Cordoba, Argentina
Global Network for the Prevention of Torture (GNPT), Dhaka, Bangladesh
Movement for Democratic Socialism, Osaka, Japan
Network to Oppose War and Racism, Ottawa, Canada
Women's International League for Peace & Freedom - Fresno, CA
Philadelphia Committee to Free the Five, PA
Metro-DC Gray Panthers, Washington, DC
Connecticut Sierra Club
Asians for Jericho/Mumia, Los Angeles, CA
California Prison Focus
Charlotte Fellowship of Reconciliation
Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Clearwater, FL
National Coalition to Free the Angola Three
Cuba Education Tours
Dallas County Green Party
Foundations for our Nu Alkebulan/Afrikan Millennium (FONAMI)
LaBOR aRT & MuRAL PRoJECT
Los Angeles Greens
DuPage County Green Party, Lombard, IL
Green Party of Dallas County, Dallas, TX
Minority eXperience Network
Movement in Motion Arts Collective
National Lawyers Guild - Los Angeles Chapter
Philadelphia Committee to Free the Five
SALAAM Theatre - South Asian League of Artists in AMerica
South Asian American Voting Youth
South Asians for Collective Action
Korean-American Web Daily, Los Angeles, CA
Centro CSO: Community Service Organization, Los Angeles, CA
No War on Cuba, Washington, DC
Movement in Motion, Bronx, NY
Queers Undermining Israeli Terrorism (QUIT!), San Francisco, CA
LAGAI-- Queer Insurrection, San Francisco, CA
Coalition to Prevent the Erosion of Human Rights, Las Vegas, NV
Women in the One World, Valencia, Spain
Inicjatywa Stop Wojnie, Warsaw, Poland
Iniciativa Mexicana contra la Guerra No en Nuestro Nombre, Mexico
Global #12288, Peace Campaign, Kamogawa, Japan
ZENKO (National Assembly for Peace and Democracy), Osaka, Japan
The United Peoples, Esbjerg, Denmark
TRansgenders United for Equality (TRUE)
Iglesia San Romero de Las Americas-UCC, New York, NY
Advocates for Peace, Equality and Social Change (APESC)
Artists for Peace
Workers World Party
Bend-Condega Friendship Project
Global Peace Network
Grandmothers for Peace International
Human Rights Club, Chico, CA
Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America
Irish Republican Socialist Party
Justice 4 Homeless, San Francisco
Marginalised Workers Action League, Vancouver, Canada
Morton County Citizens for Responsible Government
Poest for Peace - Ontario, Canada
Action for Animals Network
Century of the Child
Church & Science of Nazarighteousness
Community Coffee & Cookie, Fort Bragg, CA
Community Futures Collective, Vallejo, CA
Consumer Coalition, Chicago, IL
Earth Neighborhood Wellness Center
EarthLight
East End Direct Action, Sag Harbor, NY
Free Democracy
Freedom Socialist Party
Freeway Twenty
Friends World, Collingdale, PA
Fullerton Philosophy Corps
Mean Street Dist., Whittier, CA
People Against The Incinerator (PATI)
Peaceful Inquiries
Pigeon Creek Poets
Pine's Press
Poets West
Radical Women
Resident Peaceniks
Smarktown
Socialist Action
Solar Peace
Tabra International
TecsChange - Technology for Social Change
The Amargosa Group
The Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality
The Resistance, Long Beach, CA
The Resource Group
The Restoration
The Roots International
World Mothers Acting for Peace (WorldMAP)
Road to Peace
Voice 4 Change
Communist Party USA's Frederick Douglass Club
For Mother Earth Scotland
Earth Save of Lowcountry, St. Helena Island, SC
Community Renewal Team of Greater Hartford, CT
Women Creating Peace Collective, Riverside, CA
Coded Source, Culver City, CA
Free, Tokyo, Japan
Radical Honesty Enterprises, Stanley, VA
Raw Not War, Sebastopol, CA
The Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality, Richmond, VA
Ethics, Culture, and Religion Institute, Garrett Park, MD
Defenders of the Planet, Crystal Bay, NV
New England Party, North Billerica, MA
The Culture Bridge of Understanding & Awareness, Albuquerque, NM
Washington State Church of Rock-N-Roll, Bellingham, WA
Earth Company, Sylmar, CA
World Constitution & Parliament Association, Bronx, NY
International Committee to Defend Slobodan Milosevic (Irish Section)
Socialist Workers Party-Galway, Ireland
Frank Cimino, Retired USAF, Vietnam Veteran, Hampton, VA
Jameel Rashid, U.S. Coast Guard, Portsmouth, VA
Clay A Caldwell, Military/Navy, Rialto, CA
Michel Chossudovsky, Director, Centre for Research on Globalisation
  (CRG); Professor of Economics, University of Ottawa
Margaret Rose Burge, Pax Christi*
John A. Monteverde, Veterans for Peace*, Albuquerque, NM
Marianne Brun, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom*
Elaine Corum, Peace Action of Sacramento*
Kit Travis, MoveOn.org*
Richard R. Rivard, PaxChristi USA*, American Friends Service Committee*,
  New Ways Ministry*
Laurie Manis, Military Families Speak Out*
Laurie Proia, Not in Our Name*
Michael Malafa, Amnesty International*
Vickie M. Fouts, Women's International League for Peace & Freedom*
Marguerite Pastirchak, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)*
Jonathan Nack, Northern California Committees of Correspondence for
  Democracy and Socialism*
Justin S Shahbaz, Student, University of Southern California; Students
  for Justice in Palestine*, Los Angeles
Anthony Badgerow, student, University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)
  National Lawyers Guild Chapter*
Eric Coker, Student, Phi Theta Kappa*, Seattle, WA
Gregory Daniel Laynor, Student, Sierra Student Coalition, Sierra Club*
Scott Nass, Student, University of Cincinnati Campus Green Party*
Ed Koch, Student, Gannon University Voice for Peace*
Brian Blauvelt, Student, New Britain High School Progressive Student
  Alliance*
Debbie Anderson, Student, University of the District of Columbia; National
   Lawyers Guild, American Constitution Society-UDC Chapter*, Phi Alpha
   Delta UDC Chapter*, Jewish Law Society*
Women's Law Society*, OUTLAW*
Mary Lou Finley, Peace and Freedom Party*
Luci Murphy, Metro-DC Gray Panthers, Washington, DC
Gretchen Vanek, Pocatello For Peace*, ID
Jane Welford, Berkeley Women in Black*, SEIU Local 616*, CA
Michael Lindberg, Arise for Social Justice*, Springfield, MA
Susan Nash, Women in Black*, Women Creating Peace Collective*,
  Riverside, CA
Peter Sirois, Waterville Area Bridges for Peace and Justice, Madison, ME
Leila Magee, William Byrd Community House*, Richmond, VA
John D. Calandrelli, Connecticut Sierra Club, Hartford, CT
Ayo Handy Kendi, African American Holiday Association (AAHA),
  Washington, DC
Allen Cooper, Veterans for Peace*, Academic Freedom Committee*,
  Albuquerque Center for Peace & Justice*
Andrea Parra, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project*, Seattle, WA
Joy Freeman, Lawyer, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights*
Abayomi Azikiwe, Pan-African News Wire*
Lynn Darling, Serria Club-Audubon*
Diane M. Weller, Military Moms Online*, Veterans Rights*
Bob Taylor, West Covina Neighbors for Peace and Justice*
Kelly A Shinn, GLBTQ Youth Center*, Denver, CO
Jimmie Apsey, Labor Party* Royal Oak, MI
Joan F. Crist, Northwest Indiana Against War*
Cindy Asrir, Nebraskans for Justice in Palestine*, Nebraska Green Party*,
  Nebraska Coalition for Peace*
Odilia Galvan Rodriguez, Red Earth Productions and Cultural Work*
Jerry Pendergast, US-El Salvador Sister Cities*, Chicago, IL
Alexi Bonifield, Nevada Co. Arts Council*
Robert M. Taylor, Bus Riders Union*, Labor Community Strategy Center*,
  Los Angeles, CA
Sioux Morucci, Doctors of the World Greek Delegation*, Athens, Greece
Ana Daglio, Partido Comunista de Argentina*, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tim Anthony, Council of Canadians*, Winnipeg, Canada
Kondo Yuriko, The Struggle Committee Against TOKUYAMA DAM*,
  Ogaki, Japan
Tang shu, Labor Rights Association, Taipei, China
Fazlous Satter, Global Network for the Prevention of Torture (GNPT),
  Dhaka, Bangladesh
Patrick O’Connell, the Culture Bridge of Understanding & Awareness,
  Albuquerque, NM
John T. Jensen, Network to Oppose War and Racism, Ottawa, Canada
Rebel Fagin, Progressive Club of Healdsburg High School, Sebastopol, CA
Niki Fagin, Progressive Club of Healdsburg High School, Sebastopol, CA
Dan Goodwin, Defenders of the Planet, Crystal Bay, NV
Carlos Montes, Centro CSO: Community Service Organization,
  Los Angeles, CA
David Wilcox, DuPage County Green Party, Lombard, IL
Mateo Jaguar, Earth Company, Sylmar, CA
Daniel Vieira, Central New Jersey Coalition for Peace & Justice, Highlands
Mohammad Basirul Haq Sinha, the Roots International*,
  Dhaka, Bangladesh
Minjok-Tongshin, Korean-American Web Daily, Los Angeles, CA
Ana Edwards, The Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality, Richmond
Bonnie Rosendale, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Clearwater, FL
Daniel Bell, Coalition to Prevent the Erosion of Human Rights, Las Vegas
Tim McNiven, Priest, Washington State Church of Rock-N-Roll,
  Bellingham, WA
Joseth Moore, Student, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Democratic
  Socialists of America*, Nebraska Peace Coalition of Lincoln*
Shahnaz Naeem, Student, PAX: New London Peace Action*, Lebanon, NH
Peter Sirois, Paper, Allied-Industrial, Chemical and Energy Workers
  International Union, Local 1-36*
Ed Childs, Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees Union Local 26*
Lowell Levinger, Local 292 Musicians Union*
Vance F. Dennis, Ironworkers Local 377*
Stephen Paulmier, Graphic Communications International Union*
Jeremy Rossen, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)*
  Santa Rosa, CA
David Peterson, International Union of Painters and Allied Trade*,
  Monticello, IL
Kathleen Romero, Teamsters Local 856*
Matthew Joseph Klein, PCC/ International Union of Bricklayers and Allied
  Craft Workers Local #3 Oakland*
Eugene H. Craig, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
  Local 715*
Mike Looper, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 535*
Richard Brinton, Laborer, Service Employees International Union
  (SEIU) 817*
Linda K Minshall, Communication Workers of America*
Blair Phillips, Canadian Auto Worker, CAW&TCA-Local 99 (GM of Canada
  Unit)*, St. Catharines
Meg Brizzolara, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 790*,
  San Rafael, CA
HilmaTowell, United Auto Workers (UAW)*, Waterford, MI
Donna Phillips, Canadian Auto Worker, CAW & TCA - Local # 199 (GM of
  Canada Unit)*, St. Catharines
Claudia Pesenti, Chicago Teachers Union*
Minnie Bruce Pratt, National Writers Union*, New Jersey
Gertrude Treadway, American Postal Workers' Union*, Abita Springs, LA
Fred Jakobcic, American Federation of State County and Municipal
  Employees(AFSCME)*, Marquette, MI
Renee L. Bowser, United Food & Commercial Workers*,
  Washington, DC
Eugene H. Craig, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
  Local 715*, San Jose, CA
Genevieve Cora Fraser, National Writers Union & Dramatist Guild, Inc.*
Jeremy Rossen, Service Employees International Union (SEIU)*,
  Santa Rosa, CA
David Kiefer II, International Union of Operating Engineers*
Gigi Williams, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees
  Local 706*
Michael Phillips, Teamsters*, The Woodlands, TX
Chet Nettestad, Communication Workers of American Local 7219*
Judith Ackerman, United Federation of Teachers*, New York City
Theresa McNerney, United Teachers of Los Angeles*
Robert Whitehead, SCTA/ California Teachers Assoc. / NEA*
Lawrence Ribnick, American Federation of Teachers*
Parke Wm. Hutchinson, Professor, Rhode Island College, American Federation
  of Teachers (AFT)*
Robert Gunther, Communication Workers of America*, Islip, NY
John Maxfield Hague, American Society of Mechanical Engineers*,
  Buffalo, NY
Dan Rice, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)*,
  Woodinville, WA
Gale J. McNeeley, Actors Equity Association*
Tangi Tunoa, IBEW Local# 551*, Novato, CA
Dennis Gallie, United Auto Workers Local 325*, St. Louis, MO
Cheetah Lindquester, Awareness Rising*, Port Townsend, WA
Pratap Patrick Paikaray, ICICIoneSource*, Bangalore, India
James Hardwick, Communist Party USA*, Irving, TX
Mary Sweeney, Before It's Gone (BIG)*, Creston, CA
John F. Ingrassia, Earth Save of the Lowcountry, St Helena Island, SC
Brother Daniel Tobin, Knights of Columbus*, Ethical Humanist Society*,
  Hempstead, NY
Lois Messenger-Wright, Community Renewal Team of Greater
  Hartford, CT
G.E. Stinson, Coded Source, Culver City, CA
Brad Blanton, Radical Honesty Enterprises, Stanley, VA
Edward Rimbaugh, Raw Not War, Sebastopol, CA
Nomura; Osami, Free, Tokyo, Japan
Wesley Rothermel, Alternative Community and Rural Economic
  Systems*
Patricia Ecklund-Ruch, Operation Shoestring*
Mark Luciano, Communist Party USA-Rhode Island District*
Joseph M. Suitt, Student, Nicholls State University; America
  Demonstrates*, Raceland, LA
Denys Vigil, Center for Alternative and Responsible Education*
Harold O'Leary, Community Arts Organization*, Oglebay Institute*
Sharri LaPierre, BareBones Art*, Vancouver, WA
Louis J Arcese Jr., Center for a Livable World*
Dan French, Center for Collaborative Education*
Meredith McLeod, Community for Peace Net*
W. Wynne Zaugg, Hacienda de los Milagros, Inc.*
Bill Riedler, Global Relationship Centers, Inc.*
Phillip Crawford, Eating for Peace*, San Francisco, CA
Gail Picard, Project Open Hand*
Dennison Nyberg, American Indian OIC*, Minnetonka, MN
Troy Hill, Student, Clark University
Michael Ziri, Student, Illinois College
Joshua Rahtz, Student, Reed College
Jaime Becker, Student, University of California-Davis
Jack Vibert, Student, Farmington High School, Unionville, CT
Jonathan Goldsbie, Student, S.E.E.D Alternative Secondary,
  Toronto, Canada
Mia, Student, Flinders University-South Australia, Glenelg, Australia
Dan Burton, Student, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY
Katie Miller, Student, University of Maryland-Baltimore
Alan Dakak, Medical Student, University of California-Los Angeles
Maria Crispi, Student, City College of San Francisco, CA
Heather, Student, Duluth Central High School, MN
Ami Carpenter, Student, George Mason University, Arlington, VA
Matthew L. Schwartz, Student, State University of New York-Buffalo
Jim Havard, Student, Montana State University- Billings
Marian Royer, Student, Washington College, Chestertown, MD
Sandra, Student, University of Maine, Orono
Lauren Purdum, Student, Pennsylvania State University
Julia Sutton, Student, California State University, Fullerton
Keith Kleszynski, Student, San Diego State University, CA
Alan Dakak, Student, University of California-Los Angeles
Chris Deutsch, Student, California State University, Sacramento,
  Folsom, CA
Kate Barut, Student, Bronx High School of Science, New York, NY
Suleman Ahmed, Student, University of California-Irvine
Torrent Woodard, Student, Portland State University, OR
Thomas Chen, Student, Tufts University, Medford, MA
Amy Karp, Student, University of Maryland-College Park
Laura, Student, Colgate University, Saint Louis Park, MN
Toni Story, Student, Heritage High School, Carrollton, VA
Brian Hensley, Student, The College of Mount Saint Joseph,
  Cincinnati, OH
Ben Lowrance, Student, Southeast Missouri State University,
  Cape Girardeau
Jamal Thomas, Student, Northwest Community College, Senatobia, MS
Zachary McCorkhill, Student, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Brendan Baker, Student, TLC Cortona School, Centreville, VA
Gregory A. McClure, Student, Hawaii Pacific University, Wahaiwa, HI
Daniel Duffy, Student, Brandeis University, Boalsburg, PA
Michelle Colvin, Student, Fresno State University, Woodlake, CA
Terra Drescher, Student, University of Texas, Austin
Corinna Mullin, Student, London School of Economics, London, UK
Jonathan Dobberstein, Student, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Robbie Block, Student, Head-Royce
Kira Krenichyn, Student, City University of New York Graduate Center
Jose Velasquez, Student, Union County College
Nathan Hetrick, Student, Saint John's University
Sean Eldridge, Student, Niagara Falls High School, NY
Monette Bebow-Reinhard, Student, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Sze Wei Ang, Student, Cornell University
Sharon Obeidallah, Student, University of Illinois at Chicago
Matthew Horning, Student, College of St. Benedict/St. John's
  University (CSB/SJU)
William Buehlman, Counselor/ Student, City College of San Francisco
Marya R. Sosulski, Student, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Nikki Dohn, Student, Saybrook Graduate School
Christopher Conn, Student, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Bethany Pozzi-Johnson, Student, Columbia College
Andrew Myer, Student, Dickinson College
Saarika Sharma, Student, Penn State College of Medicine
Taylor Judge, Student, Paul VI Catholic High school, VA
Marni Nacheff, Student, Sonoma State University
Katherine Spielberger, Student, Pomona College
Corey Schade, Student, Boston University School of Law
Jonathan Ives, Student, Chattanooga State University
Ian Dixon, Student, Hiram College, Canton, MI
Darren Howard, Student, University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA)
Katie Spielberger, Student, Pomona College, Chicago, IL
Steven Burge, Student/instructor, South Dakota State University
Jay Bostrom, Grad Student/Teacher’s Assistant, University of Montana
Paula Lee, Student, Saint Leo University
Sean Eldridge, High School Student, Niagara Falls High School
Erica Anthony-Benavides, Student, Trinity University
Dan Oh, Student, University of California - Santa Barbara
Faris Alkassim, Student, Devry University
L. Roxanne Evans, Student, Cabrillo College
Christine Garves, Student, University of New Mexico
James Robert Schirmer, Student, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Jerry Alvarado, Student, City College San Francisco
Erica Anthony-Benavides, Student, Trinity University
Paula Lee, Student, Saint Leo University
Corey Schade, Student, Boston University School of Law
Beth Goodsell, Student, Lewis & Clark College
Alexis Bramos-Hantman, Student, Columbia University
Lance Streng, Student, Lane Community College
Carrie Lawson, Student, University of the South
James Herron, Jr., High School Student, East Wareham, MA
Brian P. Smith, Student, Tacoma Community College, Tacoma, WA
Terril Starks, Student, Magalia, CA
Megan Atwood, Student, Conroe, TX
Matthew Bennett, Student, Sudbury, Canada
Derek Bessey, Student, N. Tonawanda, NY
Jonathan Goldsbie, Student, Toronto, Canada
Wendy White, Student, Denver, CO
Samantha Hayes, Student, Cottonwood, CA
James L. Rush, Student, North Billerica, MA
Martha Rivera, Student, California State University-Fullerton
Aisha Dixon-Peters, Student, University of La Verne, CA
Melissa Cobb, Student, University of Delaware
Ruth Harman, Student, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Kent Buesseler, Student, Fergus Falls High School, MN
Noah Higgins-Rice, Student, Gloucester High School, VA
Veronica McKenzie, Student, Marshall University, Huntington, WV
Eric Mar, Vice-Pres. SF Board of Education*, School of Ethnic
  Studies, CA
Albert Gonzalez, Instructional Aide, Casa Grande Union High School, AZ
Mark E. Reisinger, Professor, Binghamton University, Vestal, NY
Olga Winbush, Professor, Pacific Oaks College, Lancaster, CA
Thomas Andrew Bonasera, Professor, University of Milan, Italy
B. L. Brush, Professor, San Diego State University, CA
Madhu Prasad, Professor, Zakir Husain College, University of
  Delhi, India
Paul V. McDowell, Professor, Santa Barbara City College, CA
Elizabeth C. Wright, Professor, San Francisco State University, CA
Sondra Hale, Professor, University of California-Los Angeles
Morton K. Brussel, Professor, University of Illinois-Urbana
Albert Gonzalez, Teacher, Casa Grande Union High School, AZ
Sharon Wilson, Professor, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley
John Womack, Jr., Professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Fredrick Blum, Professor, Chicago State University, IL
Michael J. Gent, Professor, Canisius College, Buffalo, NY
Joyce Miller, Professor, City University of New York
Michael S. Berg, Teacher, Prometheus Methods Tower Service, Inc.,
  West Chester, PA
Kathryn Myers, Teacher, Cuesta College, Paso Robles, CA
Marc Pilisuk, Professor, Saybrook Graduate School, Berkeley, CA
Robert Schlagal, Professor, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
Gary Bodwin, Teacher, Kenwood Elementary School, CA
Donald Poochigian, Professor, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks
Shelley Mc Nellis, Teacher, Santa Barbara School District,
  Santa Barbara, CA
Ruth F, Turney, Professor, Catawba College, Salisbury, NC
Regino R. Diaz-Robainas, Professor, Migrant College, Stuart, FL
Shelley McNellis, Teacher, Santa Barbara City Schools, CA
William Robert Da Silva, Professsor, Manipal Institute of Communication,
  Mahe (Deemed) University, Manipal, India
Jenaro Rodriguez, Teacher, St. Benedict School/Penn Mont Academy, PA
David McDonald, Professor, University of California, Irivne
Peggy A. Holloway, Professor, Wayne State College
Rita Surdi, Instructor, Luna Community College, Las Vegas, NM
Herbert G. Vaughan, Jr., M.D, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Patricia A. Couillard, Instructor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Frank A Davis, Teacher, University of Cincinnati
Doug Paterson, University Professor of Theatre, University of
  Nebraska-Omaha
Robert Stephenson, Professor, Wayne State University
Louis G Tassinary, Professor, Texas A&M University
Louise Leonard, Professor, University of Florida
Eileen Walter, Teacher, Harelson Elementary School
Peggy A. Holloway, Professor, Wayne State College
Robert A. Collins, Professor, Florida Atlantic University
Arturo Giraldez, Professor, University of the Pacific
Kathe Burick, Teacher, City College of San Francisco
Julie Obermeyer, Teacher, Anchorage Literacy Project*
Deborah Lee Emery, Instructor, MS Gulf Coast Community College
Ruth van Venendaal, Teacher, Dudley Elementary School, Camden City
Dr. Herbert Vaughn, Professor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Eileen Walter, Teacher, Amphitheater School District
Abbie Jenks, Professor, Greenfield Community College
Magdalena Cabrera, Teacher, Leaping Lizards Nature Awareness
  Preschool, CA
Karyn Lovingood, Adjunct Professor, Averett University
Robin McCubbin, Professor, Southwestern College
Jeri Pollock, Teacher, Moorpark College
Dr. Curtis F. Doebbler, Professor of Human Rights at Tashkent State
  Law Institute
Kathryn Myers, Teacher, Cuesta College
Thomas Kleven, Professor, Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Aurora Camacho de Schmidt, Associate Professor, Swarthmore College
Frank Walter, Professor Emeritus, American River College
Patrick Brantlinger, Professor, Indiana University
Raymond Giraud, Professor, Stanford University
Sa Washah, Professor, Clifton, NJ
Thomas Bautz, Teacher, Lake Mary, FL
Paul McDermott, Teacher, Los Angeles, CA
Armando Aligia, Professor, Bariloche, Argentina
Brian Mitchell, Teacher, Simi Valley, CA
Bob Oort, Teacher, Georgica, Australia
Chris Bluemel, Teacher, Hereford, UK
Dawn E. Ask Martin, Teacher, Cedar Falls, IA
Chris Harper, Teacher, Alexandria, VA
Ruth Schafer, Teacher, Chico, CA
Ruth Valdez, Teacher, Freedom, CA
Kathleen H. Moore, Teacher
Eugenia A Almand, Teacher, Bronx, NY
Jenaro Rodriguez, Teacher, St. Benedict School, Hastings, PA
Obiora Embry, Teacher, Lexington, KY
Ben Chappell, Professor, Bridgewater College, VA
Nicole O'Connor, Roncalli High School, WI
Mary Lebert, University of Michigan Law School
Heath Watts, Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology,
  Butte, MT
Tarcisio Praciano-Pereira, Univerisidade Estadual Vale do Acarau,
  Sobral, Brazil
Deborah Carroll, City University of New York-Long Island
Erika Nanes, University of California-Los Angeles
Kawika Liu, University of Hawaii, Honolulu
Nicole Williams, University of Southern California, West Hollywood
Seamus Gilson, The College of Wooster
Cynthia Robinson, Cornell University
Carol R. Schelin, New Rochelle High School, Tappan, NY
Terao Terumi, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Tajimi-shi, Japan
Marty Maddox, Graduate Theological Union*, Berkeley, CA
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To: Lion in Winter
Unfortunately, with civilian employees you have to walk a fine line. They aren't subject to the UCMJ and work within a job description that protects them.

Being able to assign them unsavory duties is limited to what is in their job description. Now, the alternative is to re-write the job description which once took me about four months to accomplish...then duties were adjusted according to the new job description.

51 posted on 03/07/2004 8:04:02 PM PST by CWOJackson (What are you complaining about, she called me compassionate...)
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To: CWOJackson
U.S. soldier arrested for alleged al-Qaeda links

Last Updated Fri, 13 Feb 2004 8:12:42
FORT LEWIS, WASH. - A U.S. National Guardsman who was just days away from being sent to Iraq was arrested Thursday for allegedly trying to provide information to the al-Qaeda network through internet chat rooms.

Spc. Ryan G. Anderson was being held at Fort Lewis on Thursday "pending criminal charges of aiding the enemy by wrongfully attempting to communicate and give intelligence to the al-Qaeda terrorist network," said Lt.-Col. Stephen Barger, a spokesperson with the U.S. army.

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US soldier kills comrades in grenade attack

March 24 2003

A US soldier most likely acted out of resentment today when he threw grenades into tents at a 101st Airborne Division command centre, killing a fellow serviceman, an Army spokesman said.

Fifteen other soldiers, including the division commander, were wounded - at least three of them seriously - in the attack early today at Camp Pennsylvania, the rear base for the 101st near the Iraqi border. The 101st is based at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

The dead soldier was identified today as Army Capt Christopher Scott Seifert, 27. No hometown was immediately available for Seifert, who was sleeping in his tent when the grenade attack occurred, the Defence Department said.

The soldier in custody was identified today as Sgt Asan Akbar of the 326th Engineer Battalion. Fort Campbell spokesman George Heath said Akbar had not been charged with any crime. Heath did not release Akbar's hometown or say how long he had served in the military.

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No, folks. We don't need people openly hostile to his comrades defending us. And we don't need John Effin Kerry to be the commander in chief. What a train wreck that would be.

52 posted on 03/07/2004 8:04:38 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: CWOJackson
Makes more sense. I worked with a retired Coastie that bragged about his service and made sure to separate them from the Navy. :-) I am sure the Coasties have Chiefs and Master Chiefs though (and these fine folks would probably share their Navy counterparts' opinions on sh*tbirds) ;-)
53 posted on 03/07/2004 8:06:27 PM PST by CARepubGal
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To: Spiff; HiJinx; JackelopeBreeder
Here's an Enemy in the County - Gilbert Malu Musumbu, Roman Catholic Priest, Douglas, AZ

I bet he supports all the illegals too!
54 posted on 03/07/2004 8:06:33 PM PST by SandRat (Duty, Honor, Country. What else needs to be said?)
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To: ATOMIC_PUNK
Hey, punk.... ; ^ )

It would make my day... if somebody could find out if kerry's wife tereza's group TIDES funds any of these functions or organizations?

55 posted on 03/07/2004 8:07:00 PM PST by Lion in Winter
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To: doug from upland
I sure do hope to see a round of hangings soon.

After a fair trail of course.

56 posted on 03/07/2004 8:07:20 PM PST by CWOJackson (What are you complaining about, she called me compassionate...)
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To: doug from upland
Thanks for the lists and all the other who have contribute in the comment string. I will pin this one to the wall.
57 posted on 03/07/2004 8:08:48 PM PST by Warlord David
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To: doug from upland
Hi Doug! Good hard work! As I see it, this is a free speech issue. If these useful idiots want to ID themselves as useful idiots, they have that right. But you're absolutely right about military ID's (and IMHO) ID's of those in positions of sensitivity with regard to national security (DoD contractors, University employees with access to defense research, etc.)

Those names should be culled and forwarded to the FBI, and I suspect that they are being culled as we commune.

58 posted on 03/07/2004 8:09:10 PM PST by yooper (If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there......)
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To: doug from upland
Joy Freeman, Lawyer, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights*


Your tax dollars at work.

Bill from Nutley
59 posted on 03/07/2004 8:09:15 PM PST by njmaugbill
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To: CARepubGal
Exactly. I had a little over 30 and a half years in the Coast Guard when I retired in 1999; then back for a little while after 9/11.

Yep, same ranking system as the Navy but our "average" unit is commanded by a CPO or CWO and has under 30 people.

Besides size and missions of course, the biggest difference between the Coast Guard and the other services is our average unit is located in a small community. We are part of the community and behave accordingly.

No offense to the Navy folks, but we can't afford to act like a bunch of drunken sailors.

60 posted on 03/07/2004 8:10:37 PM PST by CWOJackson (What are you complaining about, she called me compassionate...)
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To: doug from upland
P.S. to FBI: All others should be left alone. Particularly Mia, Student, Flinders University-South Australia, Glenelg, Australia, who had the sense to leave her last name off of the "List of Useful Idiots".
61 posted on 03/07/2004 8:12:11 PM PST by yooper (If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there......)
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To: All
Turn on the full volume idiot alert with red strob light. This is priceless ---

Fazlous Satter, Global Network for the Prevention of Torture (GNPT), Dhaka, Bangladesh

This idiot wants to prevent torture. Ummmmm, didn't he pay attention to what was going on in Iraq?

62 posted on 03/07/2004 8:12:46 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: doug from upland
Good post. Thanks.
63 posted on 03/07/2004 8:13:06 PM PST by PGalt
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To: bmwcyle
Thanks for the ping!
64 posted on 03/07/2004 8:14:18 PM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: Lion in Winter
Kerry's wife's foundations provided $4.3 million to the Tides Foundation, a "portal" operation through which money flows to a variety of leftist groups, including Ramsey Clark's International Action Center, which is the force behind International ANSWER, which sponsored the major antiwar (and anti-Bush) rallies before the invasion of Iraq. When ANSWER was outed as a Communist organization, United for Peace and Justice, headed by longtime Communist Party member Leslie Cagan was created as a "moderate" alternative.
65 posted on 03/07/2004 8:15:18 PM PST by kcvl
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To: doug from upland
TRansgenders United for Equality (TRUE)

Would someone please tell me what these freaks are? Are they the same things as transvestites with a different name? Seriously, I've never been able to figure that out.

66 posted on 03/07/2004 8:15:43 PM PST by LisaMalia (In Memory of Sgt. James W. Lunsford..KIA 11-29-69 Binh Dinh S. Vietnam)
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To: doug from upland
P.S.S. to the FBI: Please also leave alone: Fred Jakobcic, American Federation of State County and Municipal
Employees(AFSCME)*, Marquette, MI, whom I understand consumed 27 bottles of Old Milwaukee Light prior to signing the list. Thanks.
67 posted on 03/07/2004 8:16:04 PM PST by yooper (If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there......)
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To: LisaMalia
I think a transgender is someone who has changed sexes. They either have a removal of something or an addadicktome.
68 posted on 03/07/2004 8:17:04 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: breakem
Can someone explain why your calling the base on this guy? I will admit to being lazy, but what's he doing?
This "soldier" is aiding enemies to the U.S. He's doing this while serving the U.S. and took an oath to protect it against enemies. We DO NOT need soldiers who support the enemy.
69 posted on 03/07/2004 8:17:44 PM PST by armyboy (Posting from Sustainer Army Airfield Balad, Iraq. All Gave Some...Some Gave All)
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To: armyboy
well that's the second answer. The first was that there's a policy against his involvement in demonstrations against the war. When you folks get this settled let me know.
70 posted on 03/07/2004 8:18:58 PM PST by breakem
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To: bmwcyle
This confirms what Rush has always said about liberal protestors. If you go to a pro-abortion rally or a pro-gay rally or an animal rights rally or anti-war rally or a gun control rally, you will find the same protestors at each one. The same tiny angry minority winds up getting tv time over and over and over again.
71 posted on 03/07/2004 8:19:16 PM PST by Tall_Texan ("We must defeat the evil-doers" - George W. Bush)
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To: Cboldt
Yeah, I see what you are saying.

It is amazing that they made the associations to begin with.

Either stupid or they are really crazed.

72 posted on 03/07/2004 8:19:38 PM PST by Cold Heat (In politics stupidity is not a handicap. --Napoleon Bonapart)
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To: CARepubGal
"Are Coasties subject to the UCMJ?"

Yes, they are a branch of the military.
73 posted on 03/07/2004 8:20:08 PM PST by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub (Thank You Troops, Past and Present)
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To: breakem
Don't be a wiseguy. Both answers are correct. There are probably other reasons. Would you want to be in a foxhole or on a boat with someone who opposed your mission? Would you want him responsible for covering your back?
74 posted on 03/07/2004 8:20:39 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: tarawa
Baylor alumni should make noise. Schools take action sometimes when alumni speak.
75 posted on 03/07/2004 8:21:38 PM PST by jwalburg (Gimli supports Bush)
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To: CWOJackson
LOL! Thanks for your service. The amzing thing about this puke is that he clearly underestimates the determination of a CPO or CWO to "do the right thing" and his arrogance is sad to see. Although someone like Gunny Ermey could help adjust the attitude here ;-)
76 posted on 03/07/2004 8:22:08 PM PST by CARepubGal
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To: doug from upland
Queers Undermining Israeli Terrorism (QUIT!), San Francisco, CA

wow, they've got nerve is all I can say.

77 posted on 03/07/2004 8:23:51 PM PST by knak
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
The DOT affiliation confused me. Thanks!
78 posted on 03/07/2004 8:24:07 PM PST by CARepubGal
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To: breakem
The first was that there's a policy against his involvement in demonstrations against the war. When you folks get this settled let me know.
Actually there is such a policy.

79 posted on 03/07/2004 8:24:33 PM PST by armyboy (Posting from Sustainer Army Airfield Balad, Iraq. All Gave Some...Some Gave All)
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To: All
James Hardwick, Communist Party USA*, Irving, TX<P.

Couldn't just about all of these lefty anti-American whackjobs put that same tag after their name?
80 posted on 03/07/2004 8:24:33 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: armyboy
This "soldier" is aiding enemies to the U.S.

I agree. I especially liked his little comment "WOW" on his profile after listing he is in the Coast Guard. He and his ilk are scary, and his fellow soldiers and commander have a RIGHT TO KNOW about his obvious latent hate for the military.

81 posted on 03/07/2004 8:25:03 PM PST by LisaMalia (In Memory of Sgt. James W. Lunsford..KIA 11-29-69 Binh Dinh S. Vietnam)
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To: doug from upland
Go for it! This one is brain dead.
82 posted on 03/07/2004 8:25:21 PM PST by nopardons
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To: doug from upland
Of course not, but your answer was too general and not specific enough. I don't know anything about this organization and that's why I asked the first question. After your answer I still don't know anything about them.

I want the Coast Guard to perform it's mission. If they can't because of this guy then boot him. If there's a policy against him taking that political position then good for the military. After the last 10 years I didn't know. Stand down.

83 posted on 03/07/2004 8:25:42 PM PST by breakem
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To: doug from upland
My personal favorite: "Eating for Peace"

What can that mean?

84 posted on 03/07/2004 8:26:15 PM PST by Deb (Democrats HATE America...there's no other explanation.)
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To: armyboy
thanx, that's what doug said earlier.
85 posted on 03/07/2004 8:26:23 PM PST by breakem
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To: LisaMalia
Your tagline --- In Memory of Sgt. James W. Lunsford..KIA 11-29-69 Binh Dinh S. Vietnam

We also salute his memory.

86 posted on 03/07/2004 8:26:31 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: CARepubGal
It's part of Homeland Security now.
Either way the Coast Guard is a branch of the military.
87 posted on 03/07/2004 8:26:31 PM PST by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub (Thank You Troops, Past and Present)
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To: breakem
Fine.
88 posted on 03/07/2004 8:27:15 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
That's right, there was a restructuring post 9-11.
89 posted on 03/07/2004 8:28:21 PM PST by CARepubGal
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To: doug from upland
James Hardwick, Communist Party USA*, Irving, TX... has a softmushyhead!
90 posted on 03/07/2004 8:28:27 PM PST by Lion in Winter
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To: Deb
I have NO idea! It is way beyond strange, isn't it.
91 posted on 03/07/2004 8:30:07 PM PST by Lion in Winter
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To: CARepubGal
It went into effect Mar 2003
92 posted on 03/07/2004 8:30:11 PM PST by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub (Thank You Troops, Past and Present)
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To: All
Would someone please provide a link or explanation of why this group is the enemy. Would like specifics.
93 posted on 03/07/2004 8:30:44 PM PST by breakem
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To: Deb
They actually have a noble cause --- feeding children around the world who are starving. They do have a point about the amount of resources used to produce meat. On the other hand, we really do produce all the food the world needs. The problem is evil political systems that starve their people or get in the way of others who want to send them aid.
94 posted on 03/07/2004 8:31:19 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: doug from upland
As a retired Coast Guard Senior Chief, I only wish this putz worked for me. I can assure you, he would rue the day his mother delivered him. If you do chose to contact his commanding officer, the Portsmouth, VA area is one of our larger concentration of personnel. I would suggest you contact Support Center Portsmouth and ask for personnel and they will tell you which unit this putz is assigned, then contact his C.O. I would suggest you keep your information handy, so you can document his feelings.
95 posted on 03/07/2004 8:33:19 PM PST by cgchief
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To: breakem
Well, perhaps it goes back to this ---- From each according to his ability; to each according to his need. That philosophy resulted in probably 50 million deaths in the 20th Century.
96 posted on 03/07/2004 8:33:29 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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To: Deb
Movement in Motion, Bronx, NY ..... how about this one?

Well, maybe Eating for Peace has something in common with that group.

LOL!!

97 posted on 03/07/2004 8:33:37 PM PST by Lion in Winter
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To: doug from upland
Okay, full disclosure. I'm coming out of the closet, or trunk or storage facility... oh well I digress. I was once one of these small-head-thinking-for-the-big-head, Geez- give-peace-a-chance, easily manipulated chumps that are listed here. Armed with the life experience of 20 years and the sense of omnipotent superiority that accompanies that age, not only was I Bad,in fact- I was Nationwide. But we had nice simple names for our crowd- Student Communists for Freedom, the Violence for Peace Coalition, Stray Dogs for the Empowerment of Minorities, you know that Sixties naming thing that occurs over a joint, a six pack, and a manifesto.

Well Whoo Boy how things have changed now we have:

Forum Against Militarism and War, Heidelberg, Germany-- some guilt working here

Franciscan Sisters and Cojourners of the Justice & Peace Network, Rochester, MN-- What precisely is a cojourners?....

And my favorite

African American Holiday Association, Washington, DC

Yo Freeps you've just got to love the North Korean group naming book this crowd uses....

98 posted on 03/07/2004 8:33:56 PM PST by hatfieldmccoy (Just a country boy with an agenda :)
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To: doug from upland
Oh so no commies in the military. Really. I don't think that was a policy even during Viet Nam. I thought we were fighting terrorism, not China. My bad.
99 posted on 03/07/2004 8:35:43 PM PST by breakem
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To: hatfieldmccoy
Despite conservative roots that caused me to work for the Goldwater campaign at 16, I actually believed some college professors for a short time. I thought guns were bad and rent control was good. What the hell was I thinking? Fortunately, that period in my life only lasted a few years.
100 posted on 03/07/2004 8:36:31 PM PST by doug from upland (Don't wait until it is too late to stop Hillary -- do something today!)
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