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To: The Wizard
Sometimes I think America is a memory. It is not just the terrorist countries that depress me but it is the Americans who seem hellbent on being unAmerican though they say otherwise. What is good is bad and what is bad, isn't bad, but diversity. It's ok to the liberals to be different but if you are different from them, then you are radical right wingers on the fringe of insanity. Hope for America, as far as I'm concerned is in the voting booths and finding good candidates to vote for. Those in Congress who are representing us, are putting themselves first and have fallen prey to pc. They need to go and be replaced by those who say what they mean and mean what they say.
4 posted on 10/18/2002 6:15:35 PM PDT by Jaidyn
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To: Jaidyn
I'd like to think that the 'mainstream' media is helping to hasten its own eventual demise. Maybe I'm in a very small minority, but I have given up watching most TV, including news channels. I get enough news off the internet, including this web site. And from the radio.

Best regards,
-- Joe
8 posted on 10/18/2002 6:19:10 PM PDT by Joe Republc
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To: Jaidyn
"Hope for America, as far as I'm concerned is in the voting booths and finding good candidates to vote for. Those in Congress who are representing us, are putting themselves first and have fallen prey to pc. They need to go and be replaced by those who say what they mean and mean what they say."

This is why I'm so impressed by Tom Tancredo, he is not PC his is for the citizens of this country. He realizes what is being tossed away hand over fist by socialists. I can't wait until he is President.

33 posted on 10/18/2002 7:10:42 PM PDT by MissAmericanPie
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