definately not soccer talk ;o)

Dudly D. Doright a45acp4me at JUNO.COM
Wed Jul 14 18:12:32 MDT 1999

More Slick talk.

How can they claim a surplus when it is no where near the national debt?
Pay back the social Security trust fund and "POOF" it's gone.


On Wed, 14 Jul 1999 18:19:41 -0400 Susan Correll
<SusanCorrell at WORLDNET.ATT.NET> writes:
>Ray, you're absolutely right.
>Why don't you all explain to me why the feds see it necessary to spend
>surplus they "claim" to have.  How is it, just a few short years ago,
>were trillions in the hole, and now we have all this surplus.  You
>when I find a surplus in my checking account, I chalk it up to math
>and I'm usually right.
>> Sue and Steve:
>> I've been steady deleting all messages relating to soccer lately
>> have been many. I don't know why I didn't delete this one except to
>> was because it was from Sue.
>> I've been deleting them because I feel that there are too many
>> on in this world that are a LOT more important than soccer and I
>> have the energy to argue with ANYBODY over a GAME.
>> This will be my first, and my last post on the subject.

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