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To: InHisService
Edwards said it was "a great honor" to be there and insisted, "This campaign will be a celebration of real American values [sic!]."

Kerry thanked all the performers for "an extraordinary evening," hailed the "great producers" - Harvey Weinstein of Miramax and Jann Wenner - and said "every performer tonight ... conveyed to you the heart and soul of our country [sic!!!]."

Hollyweird does NOT represent American values, or the heart and soul of our country, in any way whatsoever!!

This election is shaping up to be a contest between anyone with decent or Christian values (whatever his or her usual political leanings) and the moral FILTH and POISON represented by Hollyweird and the media and advertising community, the feminazis, and the gays. I vote NO to all of them!!!!

As for SlimFast, it doesn't work anyway, in terms of long-term weight loss and health. Don't beleive their hype, whether spread by Whoopi the Obscene or by anyone else. Boycott SlimFast for ALL the right reasons!!!!

By the way, I see from your screen name that you are a Christian, as I am. May God bless you!!!!

30 posted on 07/10/2004 4:37:14 PM PDT by Honorary Serb (Michael Reagan is pro-Serbian, too!!)
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To: Honorary Serb

Yes, I am a Christian and am disturbed at how John Kerry, a practicing (?) Catholic, could sit through Whoopi's diatribe laughing. This is Christianlike? God bless you too, my friend.


37 posted on 07/10/2004 4:42:32 PM PDT by InHisService
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To: Honorary Serb
As for SlimFast, it doesn't work anyway, in terms of long-term weight loss and health.
Don't beleive their hype, whether spread by Whoopi the Obscene or by anyone else.

Now that's very interesting. If Whoopi is touting a product on the public ariwaves that has no known weight loss benefit, then she and the company might be liable for false product advertising.

Since Unilever is a publicly held company, the SEC might be interested in false claims that could adversely affect shareholders.

Finally, if Whoppi's claiming she lost weight using the product, we need to have proof. Where are the medical records and signed affidavits that she did, in fact, use this product, and that she actually did lose weight?

52 posted on 07/10/2004 4:58:25 PM PDT by Liz
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