rbrwill at pacbell.net
Sun Sep 16 12:49:51 PDT 2001
Like I said before Bob, I didn't want to sound harsh... And I know we have
many of the same views largely skeptical of the capacity of the government to
do anything but complicate the most simple of matters...
We've been paying to be in this situation for a long time because of the
elitists that run our gov't. Ever notice how many Ivy leaguers move in and
out the revolving door from Admin to Admin ?... Evil had a welcome
environment with which to work...
Unfortunately we can now only get only so much from the past now because our
course has largely been dictated to us, at least in the short term... A very
very dangerous position for a historically great power to find itself...
On Sunday 16 September 2001 12:30, you wrote:
> At 11:06 AM 9/16/01 -0700, Rodney Williams wrote:
> >Shame Shame Shame on you Bob...
> >You actually place the blame for being "Criminally Negligent" (Which you
> > are absolutely correct about) not at the feet of the agency in general
> > but you name and slander Jane Garvey... Shame on you...
> Slander? Why those are her own words. Still up for all the public
> to see.
> >You are absolutely correct when you say:
> >"Instead we have criminal neglect, arrogance, posturing and stupidity of
> > the first rank at the top. It is really sad."
> >But you name names ? Jane Garvey ?
> Obviously she is just the fall guy with many who have preceded
> her in slumber. A little research or personal knowledge can add
> to the names.
> [snip of fascinating personal story]
> >I'm not even going to name the name of the guy who was there during the
> > last administration (you guys figure it out)... Just like you shouldn't
> > have named the incumbent who has been there now about 9-10 months and
> > couldn't possibly have had anything but her name on the building much
> > less any place in currently operating policy, while we were all bitchin'
> > about "lock boxes"...
> Indeed she is less culpable then her predecessors, but as you point
> out the problem is larger. Nonetheless as Kafka pointed out
> "Evil always has an address" and I, for one, think it helps to
> point out a few of these addresses.
> >Washington is about money... you want to know why things are why they are
> >and the way they are now, just check the money over the prior ten years
> > and you'll find the whys of the policies today...
> You will find the tip of the iceberg here.
> Bob La Quey
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