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Today is "Flood the Zone Friday" -- Get Active Against Leftist Trolls Now!
Flood the Zone Fridays ^

Posted on 08/22/2003 7:06:42 AM PDT by Marcus Alonzo Hanna

As we speak, left-wing protesters are busy hammering the new Bush Action Center site and using it to write anti-Bush letters to the editor. Are we Freepers going to let this stand and let the Left dominate online activism? No way!

Fight back by writing your own letter to the editor right now

Start by cutting and pasting the trolls' talking points bolded below into the letter and alerting your local papers in big bold lettering that any letter they receive that sounds like this is nothing more than a coordinated astroturf spam campaign. And remind people that these people have a history of harrassing editors and reporters who don't tow their line.

Webmasters & Bloggers! Go here to copy and paste the code for a ZIP code lookup for your site that takes you directly to write a letter.

Let's go!

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"Flood the Zone" Friday is Here

Posted by Ezra Klein

Well, we're rapidly approaching "Flood the Zone" Friday, and, as promised, here's all the information needed to make your letters powerful, persuasive, and printable.

How to write a good letter to the editor

First, let's go over some information on how to write a good letter to the editor. The biggest thing is don't be insulting, don't collapse into partisan hysteria. Be calm and factual -- your viewpoint is right, you don't have to scream. Remember, the people who are going to be reading these are not the Freepers or the webmasters at Bush's website -- they are reporters and ombudsmen.

Second, keep it short, 250 words or so. No one is going to print your manifesto, and we want these letters printed.

Third, include your information. Newspapers won't print unless they can confirm that you're real -- put in your whole name, address, telephone number, city and state.

Follow all that and we should be good.

Talking Points

Now, on to the meat. Tomorrow is Fiscal Irresponsibility Friday, so we're going to be highlighting the incredible fiscal mismanagement of the Bush Administration -- it's his record, we're merely publicizing it. You shouldn't try and get all the points below into your letter, just choose three or so, and just make sure it flows well.

How do you send?

After your masterpieces are complete, mosey on over to George Bush's Action Center. At the top, you'll be asked to put in your zip code. Do so. Click "Get Info", and a list of newspapers in your area will appear. Choose one (there's enough people we don't need everyone to hit all of them) newspaper (keep in mind that we don't just want our letters in the biggest newspapers so think about picking a smaller paper) , then scroll down, put your letter and all your information in (remember to put ALL the information we mentioned above in the body of the letter or many newspapers will not print it), scroll down and hit "Send Now". You're done!


TOPICS: Activism/Chapters
KEYWORDS: dean; floodthezone; leftist; socialist

1 posted on 08/22/2003 7:06:43 AM PDT by Marcus Alonzo Hanna
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To: Carthago delenda est; Howlin; jmcclain19; NYC Republican; PhiKapMom
Here's the FReeper response to the Dean-zombies "Flood the Zone Friday." Please spread the word far and wide.
2 posted on 08/22/2003 7:09:37 AM PDT by Marcus Alonzo Hanna
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
What Helent Thomas is on the loose again?
3 posted on 08/22/2003 7:12:32 AM PDT by dts32041 ("moderate Arab" he's the one who detonates his bomb via remote control.)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
btt
4 posted on 08/22/2003 7:13:29 AM PDT by Johnbalaya
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
You've done some excellent work here. Bookmarked and action taken. I'm a big believer in letters to the editor and write often, although the liberal newspaper I target don't publish very often.
5 posted on 08/22/2003 7:14:53 AM PDT by Peach (The Clintons have pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
bump
6 posted on 08/22/2003 7:27:27 AM PDT by jla
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
This is the talking points for the "attack Bush" crowd. I hope they stay on this foolish track. Their facts are there, yet incomplete. I do not understand how they intend to resonate with the swing voter. The overtone of every point is "Bush is Bad". But what is their plan?

These idiots have learned how to fight as partisans. They have learned how to defeat their "opponent". They do not have a clue as how to win. Obscurity is their destination.

7 posted on 08/22/2003 7:42:51 AM PDT by VRW Conspirator (The Democrat party has been overrun by leftists.)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
George Bush has presided over the first job-losing presidency since Herbert Hoover. During his tenure, we have lost more than 3 million jobs. However, George Bush clearly doesn't see this as much of a problem because,

Oh you gotta love that. I didn't know Bush was responsible for the actions of the Democratic Governor of my state who has raised taxes on business, threatened to take them over and raised the minimum wage. What marooooons. This is going to be fun.

8 posted on 08/22/2003 8:26:07 AM PDT by m1-lightning (What's the difference between Nazis and Democrats?)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
Funny that they don't mention two other points of Bush's gross fiscal irresponsibility:

$15 Billion for AIDS in Africa
$400-$800 Billion prescription drug plan.
9 posted on 08/22/2003 9:25:30 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: TheAngryClam
So you're onboard with the Left?
10 posted on 08/22/2003 9:34:37 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
Bush loves big government and spending money on things that the federal government shouldn't be.

Pointing that out doesn't make me a leftist.
11 posted on 08/22/2003 9:57:22 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: TheAngryClam
So in other words, you agree with them. Right?
12 posted on 08/22/2003 10:05:47 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
On the part where the Cato Institute also savaged him (ballooning deficits), I do.

And don't blame those on the war- the war didn't cost $455 billion this year alone.

Those are Bush's fault.

I also don't like Bush for his praise of affirmative action, unwillingness to address illegal immigration, unwillingness to actually fight for his policies or nominees, his support for the assault weapons ban, and his enduring love of wasting taxpayer money by giving it to Africa or socializing medicine (prescription drugs, anyone?) and so forth.

Bush has done a whole slew of things that right-leaning people should be furious at him for.
13 posted on 08/22/2003 10:12:26 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: TheAngryClam
BUMP
14 posted on 08/22/2003 10:25:27 AM PDT by sdk7x7 ("This time I think the Americans are serious. Bush is not like Clinton. I think this is the end.")
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
***Here's a letter that can be copied and pasted and sent directly to the newspapers and periodicals in your area!***
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August 22, 2003

To whom it may concern:

I am writing to warn you that there is a coordinated attempt to have Democratic Party talking points published in a number of the nations’ newspapers and magazines this week. While every citizen has a right to their own opinion, merely copying and pasting talking points is a waste of everybody’s time and detracts from the goal of the Letters to the Editor section: to express PERSONAL, INDIVIDUAL opinions.

Please be on the lookout for any Letters to the Editor that contain the following talking points. If published, they will hardly be unique and will be mere duplicates of letters in many other newspapers. Here are the talking points that are being circulated by NotGeniuses.com. It is also worthwhile to note that, as documented by the Washington Post in this article (http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&node=&contentId=A47852-2003Jul25&notFound=true), people who send such Letters to the Editor have a history of acting violently towards and abusing journalists and editors. Thank you for your time.
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· George Bush has presided over the first job-losing presidency since Herbert Hoover. During his tenure, we have lost more than 3 million jobs. However, George Bush clearly doesn't see this as much of a problem because, when given the opportunity to create about 75 new jobs, he outsourced them to India.
· The projected deficit for this year is upwards of $455 billion (source: OMB). Remember the surpluses we had under Clinton? The Cato Institute, hardly a liberal outfit, calls George Bush "the mother of all big spenders". In fact, George W. Bush's father said that "there is no practice more dangerous than that of borrowing money". Why hasn't his son listened?
· The unemployment rate has passed 6%, with 8.8 million Americans out of work. To compare, under Bush, the economy has lost an average of 69,000 jobs a month. Under Clinton, the economy gained an average of 239,000 jobs per month. Which record do you prefer?
· The Fed has begun wondering about deflation, something not spoken of since the Great Depression.
· Bush has done nothing to help the situation. His tax cuts have so bankrupted the Government that long term interest rates went up 1% since June, a shift to be expected when record deficits are being run, but one that is unwanted in a recovery.
· Further, his Tax Cuts, which have been packaged as stimulative, do nothing to help the economy in the short term. They are set to kick in primarily in the future, and they target the wealthy and those with stocks, the classes of people least likely to quickly spend the money.
· The States are running record deficits. In normal times, the Federal Government would aid them, but this time, only an emergency $20 billion (to be distributed among all 50) was included in the budget, and only because the Democrats insisted on it.



15 posted on 08/22/2003 10:39:37 AM PDT by sdk7x7 ("This time I think the Americans are serious. Bush is not like Clinton. I think this is the end.")
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To: TheAngryClam
I also don't like Bush for his praise of affirmative action...

Now you're being dishonest. His administration filed briefs in support of those who were fighting the affirmative action rules of Michigan. The President said, ""I strongly support diversity of all kinds, including racial diversity in higher education." Then he said, "But the method used by the University of Michigan to achieve this important goal is fundamentally flawed. At their core, the Michigan policies amount to a quota system that unfairly rewards or penalizes prospective students based solely on their race." So to say that he "praise[d]" affirmative action is flat out wrong.

Who is your candidate for '04?


16 posted on 08/22/2003 10:45:00 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
Did you see his press release after Grutter v. Bollinger was decided, singing the praises of the decision?
17 posted on 08/22/2003 10:46:24 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: sdk7x7
Just sent copies to the WSJ, NY Times, Star Ledger, Suffolk Paper, and Courier something or other.
18 posted on 08/22/2003 10:49:44 AM PDT by sdk7x7 ("This time I think the Americans are serious. Bush is not like Clinton. I think this is the end.")
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To: TheAngryClam
Did you see his press release after Grutter v. Bollinger was decided, singing the praises of the decision?

Yes! And just what was the decision? The SCOTUS decided that Michigan could keep its admission policies in place for the graduate school. I didn't like that part of the decision. But they also decided that the point system that the university used for its undergraduates was wrong. Isn't that was the President said when he spoke before the decision?

The decision was not exactly what he (or we) wanted. However, the decision did strike down quotas and points. Since we have separation of powers, why not "praise" a partial victory since you can't tell the SC what to decide?


19 posted on 08/22/2003 10:58:36 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
So, want to praise Casey v. Planned Parenthood, then? Because, after all, it was a partial victory over Roe v. Wade in that it reformulated the constitutional test for the permissibility of abortion restrictions.

Praising Grutter is still praising racism.
20 posted on 08/22/2003 11:00:31 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: sdk7x7
BTTT.

This pro-Bush editorial from the Seattle Times where Bush is visiting is also great fodder for any letters you send:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/968764/posts


Editorial
The focused presidency

President Bush will get an earful from protesters today. Aggravated Americans are a native species here, part of the culture and entitled to their protests. But this is an industrious state, and most Washingtonians will be going about their business without obsessing about the president of the United States.

This page supported the election of George W. Bush, and though we have disagreed with some of his environmental measures and the clash between homeland security and civil rights, we stand by the man.

We reckoned that Bush understood better than his opponent the incentives and protections that make the economy work. We still think so. His cuts in income taxes look risky now but will pay later by increasing investment and keeping a lid on federal spending. His work to eliminate the federal estate tax, a matter of importance to this newspaper, will help thousands of family enterprises. His attack on the double taxation of dividends aims for an improvement in both efficiency and fairness.

None of these is a quick fix. This is not a quick-fix president. He understands that the economy is not run by him, but by what millions of Americans do. He can push for a change in the background conditions, such as tax rates. He can make specific interventions such as settling the no-win antitrust case brought by the Clinton administration against Microsoft. Bush's administration has been wrong on a few things, such as changing the rules for media cross-ownership, but most of its actions have been sound.

When this page endorsed Bush, it was in spite of his lack of experience in foreign affairs. Bush learned on the job — and fast. He paid his respects to the United Nations, but he did not hang American security on a U.N. vote. The president presides over a democracy in a very different world, and a different America, than the contentious moment of his election. We believe that, overall, he has acted responsibly and well when it comes to the overriding issue of our times — our country's security. We need a strong leader in a world threatened by insane terrorism. He has been that.

This page expected that Bush would fumigate the White House of its odor of licentiousness, pardon-selling and general juvenilia. He did, which is why nobody talks about those things any longer. He has surrounded himself with adults.

Finally, he is focused. All presidents know that they have eight years at most, maybe four. Some waste that time on tricks to get their poll numbers up, or a dozen other things that seem important at the time, but aren't. Bush is making his time count.
21 posted on 08/22/2003 11:02:04 AM PDT by Political Numbers Guy ("We love freedom -- and we're not going to change." -- Pres. George W. Bush)
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To: TheAngryClam
So, want to praise Casey v. Planned Parenthood, then? Because, after all, it was a partial victory over Roe v. Wade in that it reformulated the constitutional test for the permissibility of abortion restrictions.

Addressing and redirecting doesn't work with me. That's not the topic.

Praising Grutter is still praising racism.

He didn't "praise" racism. I've shown you that.


22 posted on 08/22/2003 11:06:50 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
"I applaud the Supreme Court for recognizing the value of diversity on our Nation's campuses. Diversity is one of America's greatest strengths. Today's decisions seek a careful balance between the goal of campus diversity and the fundamental principle of equal treatment under the law."

Diversity, in the context of college admissions = affirmative action = racism.

http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/diversity/s062303.htm
23 posted on 08/22/2003 11:19:04 AM PDT by TheAngryClam (TOM McCLINTOCK is my choice for governor. He should be yours too.)
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To: TheAngryClam
Diversity, in the context of college admissions = affirmative action = racism.

Again, I've shown you where the unconstitutional point system was struck down. That's something in which we should be happy. Why don't you see that? I guess that's not good enough for now.

Oh well.


24 posted on 08/22/2003 11:24:35 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
A lot of people who, like me, support President Bush are unhappy over the African AIDS boondoggle, the neglect of addressing offshoring to third world hellholes, and such. Pointing out areas for improvement, in our opinion, doesn't make us liberals.

President Bush has done a wonderful job fighting terror and has had some very good tax cuts made, but we are asking for more. Why does that upset you?
25 posted on 08/22/2003 11:25:20 AM PDT by fortaydoos
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To: fortaydoos
A lot of people who, like me, support President Bush are unhappy over the African AIDS boondoggle, the neglect of addressing offshoring to third world hellholes, and such.

I'm definitely with you on the offshoring.

Pointing out areas for improvement, in our opinion, doesn't make us liberals.

I never said that pointing anything out makes you a liberal. I simply did not say nor imply that. I asked the other poster about an agreement with the Left. That's something that I simply refuse to do. I will not sound like the enemy Leftists period.

President Bush has done a wonderful job fighting terror and has had some very good tax cuts made, but we are asking for more. Why does that upset you?

It doesn't! In fact, you just summed up precisely my mindset.

Listen, I'm extremely happy that you pointed out what was good. Now we ask for more. But at least you and I can appreciate what has been accomplished, and have no problems saying it. What gets me are our so-called compatriots who do not appear to be happy with anything at all. That I just can't stand.

So, be happy with what we have, say so, then ask for more. I can see that. You can see that. Now tell me what is these other posters' problem?


26 posted on 08/22/2003 11:34:09 AM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: rdb3
I misunderstood you. My apologies.
27 posted on 08/22/2003 12:04:49 PM PDT by fortaydoos
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To: fortaydoos
I misunderstood you. My apologies.

No need for apologies. I'm glad you gave me the chance to make myself clear. So, thank you! ;-)


28 posted on 08/22/2003 12:08:25 PM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
Bookmarking to embarrass my paper later - Thanks!



29 posted on 08/22/2003 3:17:06 PM PDT by Tunehead54 (*)
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To: Political Numbers Guy
bump
30 posted on 08/22/2003 5:18:40 PM PDT by visualops (At least I have a positive attitude about my destructive habits.)
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To: Uno Animo
Also the $15 billion he's sending to Africa should be stopped asap and refunded back to those who paid taxes.

Or at least we back home should get a stuffed Rhino head or horn out of it or something.

33 posted on 08/22/2003 7:23:48 PM PDT by txhurl
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To: Uno Animo
Affirmative action should be dismantled as it does not benefit us at all.

True, but what has the President signed that supported affirmative action?

Also the $15 billion he's sending to Africa should be stopped asap and refunded back to those who paid taxes.

Why stop with Africa (which is a major stumbling block for a lot of folks I see)? There are a plethora of unconstitutionally funded programs that should be "refunded back to those who paid taxes," right?


34 posted on 08/22/2003 7:37:11 PM PDT by rdb3 (N.O.T.O.R.I.O.U.S. Nupe)
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To: TheAngryClam
"$15 Billion for AIDS in Africa $400-$800 Billion prescription drug plan."

. . .actually, a good 'jaw-dropper' to hit the left with as they whine about 'fiscal irresponsibility'. . .

35 posted on 08/23/2003 8:00:18 AM PDT by cricket
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
"Dean's Drones"
36 posted on 08/23/2003 10:30:01 AM PDT by Doctor Raoul (The "Anti-War Leaders" Have Blood On Their Hands, look and you'll find, they are NOT anti-war)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
The unemployment rate has passed 6%, with 8.8 million Americans out of work. To compare, under Bush, the economy has lost an average of 69,000 jobs a month. Under Clinton, the economy gained an average of 239,000 jobs per month.

Which of the following Presidents had an AVERAGE unemployment rate above 6%?
Carter
Ford
Reagan
GHW Bush



37 posted on 08/23/2003 3:27:58 PM PDT by gitmo (Press any key to continue ... NOT THAT KEY YOU FOOL!)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
George Bush has presided over the first job-losing presidency since Herbert Hoover. During his tenure, we have lost more than 3 million jobs.


Which of the following US Presidents had NEGATIVE growth in employment across their terms?

GHW Bush
Eisehhower
Carter
Truman
Nixon



38 posted on 08/23/2003 3:30:38 PM PDT by gitmo (Press any key to continue ... NOT THAT KEY YOU FOOL!)
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To: Marcus Alonzo Hanna
Bring it on, ya' commie pukes!


39 posted on 08/23/2003 6:20:26 PM PDT by rockfish59
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To: TheAngryClam
I could turn a blind eye to Mr. Bush's NWO, big gov, & other problems'-IF he would close the BORDER! Fat chance.

http://www.vdare.com
War or immigration reform? There's immense discontent with the Bush Administration's priorities, judging from VDARE.COM readers' powerful reaction to
After The Bombing: To Hell With Iraq – And Immigration! by John Attarian
http://www.vdare.com/misc/attarian_the_bombing.htm

Linda Thom says the U.S. Government Is Electing A New People
http://www.vdare.com/misc/thom_new_people.htm

Michael Monastyskyj says the Canadian Government is, too
http://www.vdare.com/misc/monastyrskyj_new_people.htm

TONITE! Juan Mann celebrates Ann Coulter's drawing a bead on immigration!

The Fulford File: Brownback Believes Own Baloney! etc. by James Fulford
http://www.vdare.com/fulford/brownback_believes.htm
“Wretched Refuse” On The Border - Kolbe and the Papagoes
http://www.vdare.com/fulford/brownback_believes.htm#refuse

Immigrant Welfare Scandal Continues, by Ed Rubenstein
http://www.vdare.com/rubenstein/welfare.htm

Put the “Temporary” back in “Temporary Protected Status” – At Least! by Juan Mann
http://www.vdare.com/mann/tps.htm

Garrison Keillor Says Happy Birthday, V. Dare! by Peter Brimelow
http://www.vdare.com/pb/vdare_bday.htm


Bustamante, MEChA, And The Media, by Michelle Malkin
http://www.vdare.com/malkin/bustamante.htm


08/21/03 - Kristol Confesses: Neoconservatism Is Not Conservative, by Sam Francis
http://www.vdare.com/francis/neos.htm
08/18/03 - More On The Arizona Amnesty Atrocity, by Sam Francis
http://www.vdare.com/francis/amnesty_atrocity.htm

TODAY'S LETTER: ProEnglish’s Bob Park Reports Mexifornia Hanson’s Disturbing Views On Amnesty
http://www.vdare.com/letters/tl_081903.htm

Trade No-think, by Paul Craig Roberts
http://www.vdare.com/roberts/trade_nothink.htm


What’s so funny about abstinence, Al Franken? by Michelle Malkin
http://www.vdare.com/malkin/abstinence.htm

SAILER ON (LAST) SUNDAY
Gay Gene Or Gay Germ? by Steve Sailer
http://www.vdare.com/sailer/gay_gene.htm

SAILER ON (THIS) SUNDAY
Claremont's Antongiavanni on VDARE.COM and the Propostion Nation

NEXT WEEK: And the winner is...Ed Rubenstein reveals the winner in the immigrant welfare sweepstakes; etc.

FORWARD TO FRIENDS AND, ESPECIALLY, ENEMIES!
40 posted on 08/23/2003 7:31:07 PM PDT by GatekeeperBookman (impossible and radically idealist notions; strict constructionist; prickly; quarrelsome.)
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To: GatekeeperBookman
BTTT
41 posted on 08/24/2003 12:07:58 PM PDT by 4.1O dana super trac pak (Stop the open borders death cult)
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To: rockfish59
Apportez-le dessus, vous des pukes de commie!
42 posted on 08/24/2003 8:33:38 PM PDT by oyez (Do ya' think?:)
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To: All
Well it looks like our local "liberal" newspaper was hit today with a letter from one of these trolls. Unfortunately most readers will take all this garbage as gospel truth...between this crap and Molly Irvins, it's no wonder they only elect democrats in our area of Texas and of course, the one republican elected to office is the traitor Ratliff. AND the other day our paper carried a story on the front page about his threatening to resign because of the way his peers were behaving...give me a break...makes me long for my former home state (Louisiana)...at least we knew which rock our politicians rolled out from under...I did send a letter to the editor to alert them about this but of course my letter was not printed...and I won't hold my breath hoping that it will be printed tomorrow or the next day or the day after...

43 posted on 08/25/2003 5:56:19 PM PDT by ozzysmom
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To: oyez
Oui Oui.....I think! =^)
44 posted on 08/25/2003 6:49:28 PM PDT by rockfish59
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