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Re: A Hosta Plea

I am just a "lurker" from Ohio, but wanted to thank you for the comments 
below. I LOVE politics, and think some of the posts are pretty funny. 
(Politics are alive and well EVERYWHERE, and especially in the churches!!!)

I wanted to thank you for Bill Clinton, but you can take Quayle back!  I 
find it hard to like anyone who can not spell "potatoe"!!!!

Mary B.

At 12:55 PM 2/3/04, you wrote:
>Thanks for clarifying that.  It seems so much more logical now. Do you 
>really think that friends who get together on the internet to talk about 
>hostas should be prohibited from talking about anything else, or just 
>things you disagree with.  Seems pretty boring to me. And I thought anyone 
>from Indiana probably had a sense of humor about politics.
>After all, you did give us Dan Quayle and Dick Burton.  What a hoot.
>If it makes you feel better, you can go ahead and say something nasty 
>about liberals.  We even gave you Clinton to make it easy.
>It's kind of like dealing with children.  If you let us know it's 
>irritating, it just encourages us.  Some of us anyway.  Sometimes it's 
>better to just ignore us and maybe we'll go away
>Kchrobin66@aol.com wrote:
>>i guess i did not write enough when i sent my note.  what i was trying to 
>>say is that  i do not understand those who send political messages on 
>>this robin. the one yesterday was a nasty one that had no merit.  why 
>>send messages like that when the robin is probably divided between the 
>>parties?  at least it helps me to know which e-mail addresses i don't 
>>want to open in future.  in future, could we keep to the topic of hostas? 
>>karen in indy
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