[rescue] RE: Small schools.& elections & Bush

Gil Young rescue at sunhelp.org
Tue Jun 19 14:56:58 CDT 2001

I can only shudder to think what would California be facing in the future 
if Gore got in and forced price restrictions on the companies instead of 
attempting to fix the actual problem.

Also, who wants a whiny crybaby Gore in office anyway?  After the way he 
acted, he sunk his political career for good.  And a contination of Clinton 
policy, yea, thats what Americea needed,  more criminal pardons and sunken 
economic outlooks for the next 12 years and a overall weakening of America.

I am embarrassed to be a Floridian from the past election, but to tell the 
real truth, all the news stories I have read (and I think i read them all, 
really!) the voting system was so cluster fsck'ed here, there is no telling 
who won no matter what when the vote actually gets close to the few 
thousands, but the best human effort showed Bush the victor (thank God for 
America IMHO).

Whats there to be scared about?  Cause he shows a backbone every now and 
then?  Because he actually looks out for Americas best interest on the 
foreign policy front?

I think the foreign policy report he should be using is that he is 
disappointed that the foreign leaders are not seeing things more his way, 
and not vice versa.  But you wont see that in the foreign press (or 
american press for that matter), will you...


At 02:45 PM 6/19/01 -0500, you wrote:
>His popularity is "GRRRAATE" here.
>Above Misspelling intentional !
>He didn't win the popular vote by a bunch
>and if the REAL count and the REAL election
>had been held in Florida, he wouldn't have
>been able to st*al the fscking election.
>JMHO of course, but scary is too light a word for him.
>(And I'm a conservative independent voter)
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Paul Sladen" <lists at paul.sladen.org>
>To: <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2001 1:51 PM
>Subject: Re: [rescue] RE: Small schools...
>On Tue, 19 Jun 2001, Joshua D. Boyd wrote:
> > Well, I think that most people would consider the current reigning Bush
> > sucessfull.
>Successfull? -- Personally I find him scary;  the possibility of
>World War III starting within the next 5 years has suddenly grown, and I
>think that it's fair to say that the Environment is pretty fscked.
>I don't know what his popularity is in the States, but outside (Europe
>for instance) it's somewhere close to the low side of negative.
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Gil Young
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