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Re: election - delete if not interested


>The Federal Government can get out of hand, for sure.  But
>so can big business and the money that they control.
>Someone has to stand up for the little guy that simply wants
>to ensure good clean drinking water and clean air for his

You really need to change your political party affiliation back to 
Democratic, or maybe the Green Party, although I think the Socialist 
Party might be better.  Come to think about it, the Democratic Party 
is the Socialist Party, so you will pretty much get what you want with 

The problem is that you are listening to too much Democratic 
propaganda.  Can you name one Republican who has said they want dirty 
air and undinkable water?  Do we need to protect the environment?  The 
answer is yes.  But I don't see why you think it can only be done with 
Democratics in power.  You do realize that when companies and 
corporations are excessively taxed that that is money being taken away 
from those companies that could otherwise go to research and 
development and implementation of pollution control!  If you want to 
end pollution then you are going to have to give companies the money 
to get the job done - that means letting companies and corporations 
keep more of their hard earned money - that means tax reduction.  
Reducing taxes, unfortunatelly is an oxymoron to Democrats.

A request to all who are responding to this tread.  Someone sent an 
attachment to a message that is being replied to, and in digest form 
this attachment is showing up as a huge amount of gibbish and being 
repeated 3 or 4 times in each digest.  When replying to a message it 
is only necessary to quote the pertinent material.  It's really not 
necessaary to send the whole message you are responding to, especially 
considering some of these messages are being sent in html format which 
means there are two copies of the message, one in regualr form that 
those using html email programs don't see, but those of us using ASCII 
email program do see the html versions with all their coding.

Joe Halinar

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