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Re: The truth about Bill Simon
As a reader of the PV I am always impressed at how you make your point of view. I think that you show class when someone corrects any comment that you may have made, and you in turn acknowledge any misstatement on your part.
I had the opportunity to run in a statewide campaign on the GOP ticket. I know first hand how R.R. gets involved to get pai
Re: The Truth about Bill Simon...
Sunday, December 04, 2005Dear PV,
Well, Bill, religious fanatics and those who use them are the kind of people who get other people killed. It's as simple as that.
Feel free to post this, and good luck with your blog.
State Rep. David Graves' Influence on High School Kids
Wednesday, September 28, 2005Dear PV,
When I first read the article about Rep David Graves and his DUI being in the line of duty, so to speak, I was hoping it was not a Republican. Sad day for the Grand Old Party.
Re: Sonny's "PO-Factor"
Wednesday, August 17, 2005Dear PV,
You are right on point with Perdue & woman voters. Perdue is entirely off base in many areas. I stand before you as a total Republican, who has not voted for a Democrat for the 20+ years of voting. I WILL NOT vote for Perdue. When I state my opinion in a Republican setting, everyone turns away and refuses to notice the obvious. There are many reasons why he cannot have my vote, but let me just share one. One that I know a lot of woman are concerned.
Re: Sonny's "PO-Factor"
Wednesday, August 17, 2005
Re: The Tort of Asbestos Litigation
Sunday, August 14, 2005Dear PV,
I must take issue with the promotion of HR 1957 over the FAIR Act (S 852), a bill that has been struggling through the trial lawyer thicket for years and was co-sponsored in the last Congress by both Zell Miller and Saxby Chamblis. When local activists sent out an e-mail a couple of months ago promoting 1957 over 852 and asking recipients to write their congressmen, offering a form letter and "talking points" for the purpose, I did write both Rep. Price and Rep Linder, but not as the e-mail encouraged. Below is the bulk of what I wrote to them almost two months ago, absent the niceties of the opening and closing:
"Asbestos litigation reform IS a very important issue and one in which I have great personal interest. You see, my cousin, Tom Martin, was recently a guest of the White House at the State of the Union address (seated in the First Lady's box) because the President felt this issue important enough for specific mention in the SOTU.
"Tom used to run our 120+ year old family business, Rutland Fire Clay Company, which is now controlled by an asbestos plaintiff's trust after firms like Baron & Budd forced it into bankruptcy by flooding it with claims from people who are not now and may never be sick. Last count I heard was over 18,000 lawsuits, including thousands from
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