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Dennis Putnam dap at ILINKS.NET
Thu Jun 5 17:55:57 MDT 1997


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At 08:03 AM 6/5/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Does anyone wonder if General Joseph Ralston will be treated the same way
>for his adulterous affair as Lt. Kelly Flinn was?
>

I heard the flap on the news today for the first time. What wasn't clear was
what direct orders the general refused to obey or to whom he lied. It
doesn't appear he did either but as we know the media will not tell us
anything other then the sex aspect. Interesting side question: How many
superiors does a general have whose orders he could disobey compared to a Lt.?

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Dennis Putnam
Loganville, Ga.

Stupid quote epitomizing modern liberalism:

"The whole point of the Constitution is to limit at some point and in some
way popular will."
Robert Post, Berkeley law professor on Ca. prop. 209 restraining order.
(L.A. Times)



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