. . . Groveling

Jay Klingman nunes at NORTHLINK.COM
Tue Jun 10 17:57:19 MDT 1997


As I read again the Contract list I see nothing wrong...only the lies of
the liberals to dispell it.  Jay

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> From: William B. White <WHITEWB at JCCW22.CC.SUNYJCC.EDU>
> To: RUSHTALK at athena.csdco.com
> Subject: Re: . . . Groveling
> Date: Thursday, June 12, 1997 1:21 PM
>
> From:   NAME: Bill White
>         FUNC: HUMANITIES
>         TEL: 326/371                          <WHITE, BILL AT A1 AT
JCCV03>
> To:     IN%"rushtalk at athena.csdco.com"@MRGATE at JCCW22
>
>
> carole wrote:
> >But, where would we defect to?  Certainly not Perot's party; which i did
> >defect to for about 6 months but wasn't there long enuf to vote for
> >anything ;).  Of course, the main problem with that party is Perot.
> >Anyway, they didn't have anyone running for senate and rep seats and i
> >doubt any new party would.
>
>         For a brief time Perot did demonstrate that a significant group
of
> dissatisfied voters were "lookin' fo' a home."  Then, the Republicans
projected
> purpose and energy with the Contract and 1994 elections.  Since then the
> leadership has stumbled and botched its strategy, if it has one.   Lott
is a
> disappointment, so far.
>
> >Democrats left the party and joined theRepublicans.  There is no place
to go
>
>         I dunno - the Libertarians?  :-)
>
> >. . . except to the Dems and that would certainly be a step backwards.
>
>         Absolutely!
>
> Bill White



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