[AAACE-NLA] moment of silence
kmccook at tampabay.rr.com
Sat Feb 7 11:05:09 EST 2004
Yes, I agree on a moment of silence for all that we have lost over
these cruel years since j20,2000--the day our democracy was stolen by
Cheney's duck-hunting buddy, Scalia, whose son worked for Ted Olson's
law firm (Ted, the one who argued the case for bush). Too much
education might allow people to actually remember and be concerned
about these usurpations of justice.
I think it would be a fine adult literacy lesson to compare the lies
that led to war with the current statements by this compassionate
administration. I fear that the reduction in funding is to ensure
that people cannot be critical in analysis.
In florida jeb bush has compassionately decided to save money by
making the 4th year of high school optional. U.S. history is no
On 7 Feb 2004 at 8:24, George E. Demetrion wrote:>
> This is what might be referred to as "compassionate conservatism." As
> the President expresses it, if someone is hurting, put your arm around
> that person and tell them that you care. No need for government. The
> religious institutions, local neighborhoods and the families will take
> care of our social ills. What a guy! What a man of character!
> I feel nothing but blessed and privileged to be living under the
> leadership of George W. Bush, as he has restored dignity to the office of
> the presidency and of America's rightful place in the world. A moment of
> silence is appropriate at this time in order to experience, collectively,
> the hushed reverberations of the Spirit of God itself as manifested in
> the heart, mind, and soul of this man who is called by destiny to lead
> our nation at this time of national peril and crisis.
> George Demetrion
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