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Re: entertainment

----- Original Message -----
From: Kate Ardissono <ardissono@home.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 9:30 PM
Subject: Re: entertainment
Beth and Kate
Be carefull here' these are the kind if inflamitory thoughts, that get you
accused of being a religeous zelot.  The liberal left can't see the
difference between simple moral standards, ( the literal backbone of our
constituon) and what they think of as the religous " nut cases".

> Just so you know Beth...  As long as our schools rank in the bottom
> percentile I'll be sending my son to private school.  He does not get to
> many movies and my husband I and check it out first.  I regulate the music
> in the house and the school regulates it there.  It isn't easy to raise
> children in this day and age but it is still a joy.  I have little faith
> most politicians especially the bigoted ones I've dealt with in Northwest
> Indiana.  I have a firm believe that the our forefathers while not perfect
> did have a good idea with the declaration of independence and our
> constitution.  Therefore it is someone's right to show that trash just as
> is my right to not watch it.  I don't consider it a boycott just a choice
> for a different option.  Bush does not make a better policy to "protect"
> morals.  That isn't the governments job... it starts with the individuals
> and their responsibility to get the community to become a concerned
> community again.  When a community starts to fight for good things than
> that's what can happen.
> Kate
> | a very long one.  Here are my thoughts:  Chick, Andrew, Kate, and a few
> | others may not believe this but it is not only about the election, it is
> | about the lack of morals and the trash they continually put on the
> | whether it is tv or movies.  I am glad I did not raise children during
> |  Best
> | Regards, Beth


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