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Presidential Exploratory Committee on Fri, 21 May 1999 22:28:39 +0200 (CEST)


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      [orig to <Dan Mullins <ldm {AT} snowcrest.net>]

Dear Friend,

George should indeed get a spine! Will you circulate a petition to help us get
him one? Then he will be fit to not only defend the U.S. against foreign
invasions any and all, but also to even go abroad and appropriately stomp
stupid foreign butt at will!

And of course, thank you for your interest in the George W. Bush election
campaign! As you suggest, it is indeed important to elect public officials.
Without elected officials, there is no democracy. Government serves to express
the will of the people, all agree. And the Presidential Exploratory Committee
believes that it should not only express the will of the people, but carry it
out. In a word, government should carry out the will of the people, without
regard for the power and interests of big business. This is of course not easy
to effect, it is a distant goal, but it is the pipe dream of the Presidential
Exploratory Committee. Perhaps one day big business will not control the body
politic, utterly? Perhaps? And then again, perhaps not.

As you state in your e-mail, corporations cannot be trusted to run this fine
land, nor any other. It is tempting to allow them to do so--government is such
a big thing! and so confusing!--but we on the Presidential Exploratory
Committee feel we must try to envision government by people rather than money.
Hats off to you for your clarity in seeing this accurately. We encourage you to
express your knowledge about this loudly and with relentless vigor.

At http://www.gwbush.com/, you will find many tools to help you express your
opinions and knowledge. Begin with our "Participate" section--there you are
sure to discover the means of moving the Presidential Exploratory Committee
onwards ever further upon the highways of progress and the avenues of
discernment into the broad boulevards of a passable tomorrow.

Best wishes to you and your fellow enthusiasts!

Earnestly,
Roy and Liz

Presidential Exploratory Committee: Your efforts redeemed
http://www.gwbush.com/

You wrote:
>Tell George to get a spine! thank you
>
>Presidential Exploratory Committee wrote:
>
>> Dear Friend Dan,
>>
>> We are concerned about foreign powers invading our soil. This is of very grave concern to us these days. Serbia, nothing! The only real invasion would be an invasion of the U.S.!
>>
>> Furthermore, thank you for your interest in the George W. Bush election campaign! As you suggest, it is indeed important to elect public officials. Without elected officials, there is no democracy. Government serves to express the will of the people, all agree. And the Presidential Exploratory Committee believes that it should not only express the will of the people, but carry it out. In a word, government should carry out the will of the people, without regard for the power and interests of big business. This is of course not easy to effect, it is a distant goal, but it is the pipe dream of the Presidential Exploratory Committee. Perhaps one day big business will not control the body politic, utterly? Perhaps? And then again, perhaps not.
>>
>> As you state in your e-mail, corporations cannot be trusted to run this fine land, nor any other. It is tempting to allow them to do so--government is such a big thing! and so confusing!--but we on the Presidential Exploratory Committee feel we must try to envision government by people rather than money.  Hats off to you for your clarity in seeing this accurately. We encourage you to express your knowledge about this loudly and with relentless vigor.
>>
>> At http://www.gwbush.com/, you will find many tools to help you express your opinions and knowledge. Begin with our "Participate" section--there you are sure to discover the means of moving the Presidential Exploratory Committee onwards ever further upon the highways of progress and the avenues of discernment into the broad boulevards of a passable tomorrow.
>>
>> Best wishes to you and your fellow enthusiasts!
>>
>> Earnestly,
>> Roy and Liz
>>
>> Presidential Exploratory Committee: Your efforts redeemed
>> http://www.gwbush.com/
>>
>> You wrote:
>> >people...thanks for the form letter we have already recieved on more than one
>> >occasion..however....it had nothing to do with the letter I wrote to you or the
>> >questions I addressed....do you read your mail?????or do you simply put it on
>> >automatic pilot and have the computer churn out return e-mails...your response
>> >form letter only proves my point that the gw bush campaign is going nowhere
>> >because you won't take a stand on anything.....I and I dare say the majority of
>> >independent conservatives don't follow a pied piper like a band of blind mice...we
>> >want to know ehere the road ahead leads.....thanks but no thanks I'll vote for the
>> >candidate who has the intergrity to take a stand.......mrs.ldm
>> >
>> >Presidential Exploratory Committee wrote:
>> >
>> >> Dear Friend Dan,
>> >>
>> >> Thank you for your interest in the George W. Bush election campaign!
>> >> As you suggest, it is indeed important to elect public officials. Without
>> >> elected officials, there is no democracy. Government serves to express the
>> >> will of the people, all agree. And the Presidential Exploratory Committee
>> >> believes that it should not only express the will of the people, but carry
>> >> it out. In a word, government should carry out the will of the people,
>> >> without regard for the power and interests of big business. This is of
>> >> course not easy to effect, it is a distant goal, but it is the pipe dream
>> >> of the Presidential Exploratory Committee. Perhaps one day big business
>> >> will not control the body politic, utterly? Perhaps? And then again, perhaps
>> >> not.
>> >>
>> >> As you state in your e-mail, corporations cannot be trusted to run this fine
>> >> land, nor any other. It is tempting to allow them to do so--government is
>> >> such a big thing! and so confusing!--but we on the Presidential Exploratory
>> >> Committee feel we must try to envision government by people rather than money.
>> >> Hats off to you for your clarity in seeing this accurately. We encourage you
>> >> to express your knowledge about this loudly and with relentless vigor.
>> >>
>> >> At http://www.gwbush.com/, you will find many tools to help you express
>> >> your opinions and knowledge. Begin with our "Participate" section--there you
>> >> are sure to discover the means of moving the Presidential Exploratory
>> >> Committee onwards ever further upon the highways of progress and the avenues
>> >> of discernment into the broad boulevards of a passable tomorrow.
>> >>
>> >> Best wishes to you and your fellow enthusiasts!
>> >>
>> >> Earnestly,
>> >> Roy and Liz
>> >>
>> >> Presidential Exploratory Committee: Your efforts redeemed
>> >> http://www.gwbush.com/
>> >>
>> >> You wrote:
>> >> >Dear Mr. Bush......I am the other half of this e-mail address...Mrs.
>> >> >ldm...I just want to make a quick point of my own....at this point it
>> >> >matters little to me a candidates view on our internal domestic
>> >> >affairs....our entire country is in jeapardy from outside threats and
>> >> >you have not made one stand on anything international....I am just about
>> >> >your age...graduating high school in 1966 in the midst of the Viet Nam
>> >> >War....I now have 2 sons and a daughter...my sons are age 24 and 17 both
>> >> >of whom could be caught up in any crisis now on the horizon...to me
>> >> >their lives and the lives of all the men and women of the military
>> >> >services must be our paramount topic of discussion......their
>> >> >safety....that we provide them with the best training and military
>> >> >support possible to bring them back home to their families....leadership
>> >> >in this country is invisible....you must speak out !!!!! if you cannot
>> >> >speak on this subject you are not a leader and should not run for
>> >> >president....these petty domestic issues are non-issues should we be
>> >> >attacked and heaven forbid conquered by a foreign power....

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