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RE: Today/now voting/back to gardening--a question....

Fran, my "red" signs are still up in the yard and my neighbor's cars (with
the Kerry bumper stickers) are still in my driveway today.  (They think
their driveway will be ready for their use sometime next week.)  America is
a great place when neighbors with very different opinions can still be
friends even after a very bitter election battle.  

I too gained some respect for Senator Kerry from his performance of his
concession speech.  It IS time for us all to pull together again.  (And I
agree with you about the special interests lobbyists too, Cathy.)  We all
still believe in building a better America; we just have differing opinions
as to which path to take to get there.  

Again, thanks to everyone who took the time to get out and vote!  

Now a gardening question for Kitty.  Kitty, I have some Knautia plants I was
able to transplant a couple weeks ago into pots.  I want to "save" them for
the spring (March) Centerville plant exchange.  With no room in the house,
garage or basement, I need to protect them outdoors.  I know you use leaves
to cover up your over wintering pots outside next to a foundation(?), but it
seems that you also put something else with the leaves to protect the pots &
roots.  Could you refresh my memory?  I'd really appreciate it. 

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)  

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of F M Ferrari
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 6:12 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Today/now polls

Oh well and I'm proudly wearing red today! Glad we're in the US and not
some place where we can't disagree. Yesterday showed that we all can
have a say in an election when everyone gets off their butts to vote.
Someone had to win and someone had to loose. Kerry's speech this
afternoon showed that even though he lost the election, he is not a
loser. I actually gained some respect for him and how he handled the
election results.

Although I disagree on many of the issues on the Republican platform and
Bush, I became one after 20 plus years of being an Independent. I just
got tired of all the "disenfranchised" and "entitled" talk of other
parties and tired of clinton and gore.

Funny, but it was a Republican, Frank Keating, who actually made me
proud to have chosen Oklahoma as my home. Okay, my husband also and he's
in heaven with the results here (he's a "special assistant" to our Lt.
governor - a female Republican - and worked for Keating). So judge me by
my party affiliations and stereotype me but then be guilty of the very
behavior that I'm accused of.

Fran, OKC

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