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Today's Mass E-Mail... 04-23-02
Posted on 04/23/2002 4:33:05 PM PDT by backhoe
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Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 7:18 PM
Subject: Chronicles of the "Porta-Potty War" (Patriots Rally for America - 4/20/02)
yahoo.com | Apr 23, 2002 11:30 AM ET | MICHAEL HARTNACK, AP
posted on 4/23/02 4:20 PM Eastern by summer
These are the changes that Jean-Marie Le Pen would seek to make if elected president of France, according to his campaign web site, www.lepen.tv
vanity | 4/23/02 | MomwithHope
various websites | 12-16-01 | backhoe
Graphics from Various sites put together by Snow Bunny
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This just went to about 25 newspapers across the country, and about 25 "opinionators" like Rush & Hannity.
Have a go at it yourself- it's easy and kind of fun.
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posted on 04/23/2002 4:33:05 PM PDT
To: Clive;1234;TwoStep;Travis McGee;Cincinatus' Wife;Shaggy Eel;Great Dane;happygrl;headsonpikes;
Here's today's sending into the Aether....
posted on 04/23/2002 4:37:52 PM PDT
,,, many thanx for this Backhoe!
In the USSR, you would have been called a 'Stakhanovite', a Hero of Soviet Labor.
That is an amazing packet of info; if folks use the links, they could save themselves WEEKS researching matters that are scarcely touched in the mass media.
To: shaggy eel
Hello, John- thank you for checking in!
posted on 04/23/2002 5:24:01 PM PDT
Well, thanks, but I suspect in the old Comblock I would have been called "who's that?" or "disappeared...."
Seriously, between the web and talk radio, there is just no excuse for people being uninformed anymore.
posted on 04/23/2002 5:29:31 PM PDT
There is no excuse for ignorance. Period.
Mental defectives exempted; they have an excuse. ;^)
P.S. Stakhanov was a Ukrainian coal miner in the '30s who greatly exceeded his production quota; Stalin hailed him as a hero and example to all.
Okay, so you're NOT a Commie and I'm not Stalin-- but you get the picture! ;^)
Yes, I get the picture, and I thank you for the compliment.
Signing off in a moment to put the household to bed...
posted on 04/23/2002 5:46:35 PM PDT
To: Travis McGee
Thanks for the bump, Travis. I do sometimes wonder how much good this kind of activism does... I think it was around the time of the election fiasco that it seemed that more & more talk show hosts and the occasional Talking Head on TV were using headlines verbatim from Free Republic and other web sites.
posted on 04/24/2002 2:55:51 AM PDT
...headlines verbatim from Free Republic ...
posted on 04/24/2002 5:33:43 AM PDT
A "thank you!" Bttt^
posted on 04/24/2002 6:48:59 AM PDT
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