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RE: Happy Halloween - The November 7th Election

ok that is too far!  so those people voting for Bush can sleep with a clear concience.  I agree with the woman who was talking about getting people out for the vote!  with upwards of 50% of the population not voting don't they hold some of the responcibility?  Seems to me that those voting for gore (I am still undecided) will be able to sleep cozy blaming everybody else for the down fall of civilization...please
Sandy Pernitz
P-Patch (684-0264)
"If you look to others for fulfillment,
you will never truly be fulfilled.
If your happiness depends on money,
you will never be happy with yourself.
Be content with what you have;
rejoice in the way things are.
When you realize there is nothing lacking,
the world belongs to you."
Lao Tzu

>>> "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com> 11/02/00 01:29PM >>>
1) I voted for Ralph 4 years ago because Bill signed the welfare reform bill
which means that poor ladies in my neighborhood and their  kids are going to
go hungry & without medical care real soon. Kevin, you work in a soup
kitchen? I do every Sunday at my synagogue, and I  see more and more kids
there every week.

I've been a union shop steward and walk the walk. Nader is a great
mouthpiece, but he's not done the work of an elected, damn,,,he's not even
been a local community board member like me. Mind you, I have a real job, a
wife and a kid. Ralph's a single guy, how come he's never run for anything
local, or gone for congressman? Honestly, because he might get elected and
have real responsibility.

2) Mea culpa, everyone: Ralph  did a financial disclosure form.

I disinformed, but not on purpose. I didn't read my "Nation" that week.

3) Ralph is a millionaire, and though it's real nice that he gives 80% of
his income to causes, he still ain't a working class hero.

4) If we get George Bush as our president and he packs the Supreme Court
with right wing anti-abortion  hooples, the blood of all the poor and
working class women who die from  botched abortions ( the rich ones will go
overseas or to Canada) will be on the hands of  Ralph Nader and the folks
who wanted to cast a "symbolic" vote.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:    Kevin Webb, Nader 2000 [SMTP:kevin@votenader.org]
> Sent:    Thursday, November 02, 2000 4:04 PM
> To:    Honigman, Adam; community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:    Re: [cg] Happy Halloween - The November 7th Election
> Adam-
> either this is a disingenuous attack on Ralph's character or you failed
> Research
> 101-- given that I only 'know' you through your many wonderful postings
> about
> community gardening, I'll assume the latter. Anyone running for public
> office
> has to file a financial disclosure statement, Ralph doesn't get an
> exception
> (you can view it on-line at:
> http://www.opensecrets.org/pfds/index/P20000527.htm). As for his 'wealth',
> he
> has money in mutual funds (yes, valued at over 1 million), but donates 80%
> of
> his income to non-profit organizations. (For more on Ralph and his
> financial
> history, see the Washington Post article from this June at:
> http://www.commondreams.org/headlines/061800-01.htm)
> Ralph is neither responsible for nor does he have any recourse to prevent
> the
> conservative support for his candidacy. By no means does he endorse them.
> I find it hard to believe that you voted for Ralph Nader four years ago
> given
> the content of your recent postings. If you are going to encourage us to
> "go out
> and work for the candidates you believe in' then please practice what you
> preach- tell us why you believe people should vote for Gore, not why they
> shouldn't vote for Ralph. If you must criticize a candidate-- which is
> fair game
> and by all means necessary in today's world of media spin-- than at least
> get
> your facts straight.
> If you want a history of Ralph's life and commitment to public service,
> check
> out: http://www.nader.org/. If you would like more 'facts' like those you
> listed, check out: http://www.nationalenquirer.com/.
> I can appreciate a 'real politic' analysis of the election, I think it's
> limited
> and and fairly shallow, but I can agree that this country is better off
> without
> George Bush. Unfortunately, the decision is not as cut and dry as so many
> frightened liberals would like us to believe. In too many ways the two
> major
> party's are evolving into mirror images of each other. This is in large
> part due
> to the conservative orchestrations of the Democratic Leadership Council
> (DLC), a
> pro-corporate, pro-free trade entity that has wormed it's way to power in
> the
> democratic party. Here's a couple illustrating articles on who and what
> the DLC
> is:
> DLC and the Clinton/Gore legacy
> http://www.commondreams.org/views/081600-101.htm
> Lieberman and the DLC:
> http://www.commondreams.org/views/080800-105.htm
> Finally, as many have pointed out on this list and in other places, the
> progressive community has it's work cut out for it regardless of whether
> Gore or
> Bush wins the presidency. A victory for the Green Party-- 5% or more of
> the
> popular vote-- puts us in that much more of a stronger position at the
> bargaining table. How this will unfold in the future-- whether the
> Democrats
> will rediscover the progressive elements of their party (Paul Wellstone
> for
> president- now there's a democrat I could vote for) or whether the Green
> Party
> will continue to grow and become a major third party-- is impossible to
> know at
> this juncture. That our political system is long overdue for a major
> tune-up is
> difficult to refute given any in-depth analysis that looks long and hard
> at the
> political and economic power of the wealthy few whose wants and needs are
> met at
> the expense of genuine progressive interests.
> Kevin
> "Honigman, Adam" wrote:
> > Remember kids, Ralph Nader is a millionaire and has not issued a
> financial
> > disclosure form ( he isn't eligible for matching funds anyway. However,
> why
> > throw away your vote on someone who has no chance of serving.
> >
> > Now if Ralph decided to run for congress or senate in a state I'd take
> out
> > my checkbook, maybe use vacation time to work on his campaign. However,
> this
> > presidential campaign is quixotic and could have the effect of giving us
> > Dubya.
> >
> > The NY Post, the far-right-wing Rupert Murdoch newspaper in NYC has been
> > doing full page op-ed pieces of Ralph Nader "for Balance." Honestly,
> it's to
> > get voters who would never vote for Bush and are currently dissafected
> with
> > Gore & the Democratic party to "waste" their votes on Nader.
> >
> > Did you know that Republican soft money is being funnelled as we speak
> into
> > support for Ralph Nader media buys? It's being done indirectly, but it's
> > being done.
> >
> > Again, while you're planting those tulips this weekend, be sure to go
> out
> > and work for the candidates you believe in, and be sure to vote.
> >
> > Best wishes,
> >
> > Adam
> >
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Tetrad [SMTP:garlicgr@pond.com]
> > > Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2000 12:54 PM
> > > To:   community_garden@mallorn.com
> > > Subject:      RE: [cg] Happy Halloween - The November 7th Election
> > >
> > > Hi, Folks!
> > >
> > > While I really like the "trading" votes thing so that the Green Party
> gets
> > > its 5% and we can have some REAL change with a 3rd party in the US, I
> > > think
> > > the most important thing is to get everyone we know to actually get
> out
> > > there and vote (but not for Bush! ;-)).
> > >
> > > The Philadelphia Inquirer has reported that most of the "undecided"
> will
> > > probably sit this election out and that the election will probably be
> won
> > > on
> > > the lowest voter turnout in history.  This is the worst possible
> scenerio,
> > > because if the major parties have managed to disgust everyone else,
> they
> > > will ONLY have to play to their "hard-core" members and not have to
> > > consider
> > > the rest of us.
> > >
> > > It only takes a few minutes to vote (the turnout is usually that low,
> at
> > > least around here!) -- get folks you know to actually DO it, even if
> you
> > > have to walk down to the polls with them!  Get them to vote for Gore,
> > > Nader
> > > or another 3rd party candidate (I know several folks voting for the
> > > Libertarian Party), but get them to PARTICIPATE!
> > >
> > > If the "undecided" sit the election out, then no one has to consider
> their
> > > views -- take the 20 minutes to participate and SHAKE THE SYSTEM UP!
> > >
> > > I'm still voting for Ralph as PA doesn't seem to be that much in play.
> . .
> > >
> > > Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
> > > St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden
> > >
> > > A mission of
> > > St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA
> > > 19460
> > >
> > >
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> --
> Kevin Webb
> Nader 2000
> Agriculture, Food, and Industrial Hemp Constituency Organizer
> 202.265.0633
> 202.265.5352 (fax)
> http://www.votenader.org
> "On some positions, cowardice asks the question, is it expedient? And then
> expedience comes along and asks the question, is it politic? Vanity asks
> the question, is it popular? Conscience asks the question, is it right?"
> -Martin Luther King, Jr
> Paid for by the Nader 2000 General Committee, Inc.

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