May 20, 2004 New
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Okay, friends, I'm
almost certain that the inspired leaders of San Antonio will hear
of the Houston Plan and decide it would be good to implement the same
kind of tax relief in the Alamo City, right? (Oh, wait. Perhaps I'm
delirious from the humidity.)
I forwarded the Houston article on tax relief to Wolff and Adkisson.
I attended a Town Hall conducted by Adkisson and have been gathering
petitions to put the matter on the ballot if they don't take action.
As a public service, why don't you list the tax-freeze site? http://www.tax-freeze.com
Exerpt from Dowd's
"Senator John Cornyn of Texas weighed in, suggesting that
Mr. Warner, a Navy officer in World War II, a Marine lieutenant in the
Korean War and a Navy secretary under Nixon, and Mr. McCain, who lived
in a dirt suite at the Hanoi Hilton for five years, were not patriotic.
Their "collective hand-wringing," Mr. Cornyn sniffed, could
be "a distraction from fighting and winning the war."
This again illustrates
one of the more disgusting mindsets of many ultra-conservatives: to
criticize or question administration policy on any aspect of the invasion
and occupation is unpatriotic or even traitorous. It's a major disappointment
to see yet another politician who ought to know the Constitution better,
decrying free speech and demands for open government as "a distraction
from fighting and winning the war."
Doesn't Mr. Cornyn have the same
free speech rights as you?
the difference is, I do not suggest that he is unpatriotic for expressing
a second look I totally
agree with you.
if my wife would just adopt a similar attitude at all times...