THIS INFORMATION IN THE ARTICLE WHICH I WROTE BELONGS TO THE PUBLIC AND NOT TO ME. YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE THE INFORMATION IN ANY WAY YOU CHOOSE. Please feel free to use my talking points, excerpt, use my exact wording if that‘s easier for you than writing your own…and there is absolutely never any need to quote me. I don’t care one iota about my name going around and even prefer to remain anonymous.
The point here is to get concerned public action going, and that is the sole objective. If the Media is driving American policy and trying to pick our next president for us, it is a serious state of affairs and we must take it seriously.
If you choose to post it in its entirety to a website, for congruity’s sake it should bear my name, in its unedited version (especially because some of the Campaigns mentioned in the letter may post it to their websites). If you edit or re-write it, it should have your name on it. And once again, I hope you will please feel free to do with this public material as you wish. It's yours!
The only thing I ask is that proactive things be done. Class action lawsuits, letters, faxes, letters to the editor, phone calls…..that’s all I ask for!
And thank you all for such a concerned response, and so fast too! I am really appreciative.
I want to see just as much proactivity about S.1959 as this article generated all over the web, overnight. Free speech and due process of law are nothing to toy with. I see voluminous amounts of concerns written all over the web about S. 1959 but very little if any proactive things being done.
FYI statements and a letter sent by the Legislative Aide of my US Representative would indicate that it is the Legislative Aides who are trying to sneak the bill through and convincing Congress, as well as the public, that it protects civil liberties. Not so, as we all know! Let’s call the Legislative Aides on their act (in letters to the editor, on blogs etc) and get on the ball with this one, in the same fast and furious rate as the article above was spread all over the web/written about!
Thank you very much,
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