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Nice broadside. Keep ‘em coming


Matthew Stuart

Structural Dept. - Manalapan

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-----Original Message-----
From: Keith De Lapp [mailto:keith(--nospam--at)]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2004 1:35 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: RE: You want Ketchup on your cow-pie?


$300 billion surplus to $500 billion deficit:  Doesn't 9/11 get any credit for that or is that GW's fault too?


As far as the RDX goes:  the story was leaked by the head of the IAEA to CBS who wanted to air it this Sunday night, 2 days before the election.  They got scooped by NYT.  GW wants Al Badaerie (sp?) at the IAEA to be replace because he didn't do anything about Libya and is dragging his feet on Iran.  So here we have a UN guy trying to influence our Presidential Election to save his own job.  Meanwhile, checkout the whole RDX story is bull.  The pentagon has released satellite photo showing Russian special forces removing 180 Tons and shipping it to Syria and Iran.  Our guys in the 3ID not the 1ID recovered 200 Tons and quietly moved it to a secure location.  You are just way to quick to believe what you see on the nightly news.  Please do some independent research before heaving scare tactic rhetoric.


$180K a year in pension from a legitimate job:  why the heck should anyone have to ask you.


Halliburton: what exactly does Halliburton do?  how many other companies are qualified to perform this kind of work?  Make an attempt to answer these 2 questions, then we can have meaningful debate on this issue.


Keith De Lapp, P.E.


-----Original Message-----
From: chuck utzman [mailto:chuckuc(--nospam--at)]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2004 9:21 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: Re: You want Ketchup on your cow-pie?

You guys still want to discuss this?

In summary: Your pals in Washington took us from a $300 billion surplus to a $500 billion deficit. Bush says he doesn’t have the money to guard the ammo dumps or inspect shipping containers and air cargo.  I get it! Bush wants us to pray that the RDX is headed for Iran’s nuke program & not U.S. ports/airplanes. Kerry wants rectify the situation by raising the fat-cat’s taxes. Bush wants more money back in tax cuts and let our kids/grandkids pay later (the one's that he doesn't get blown up).  Tuesday is a pretty easy choice for me.

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Mrs. Kerry inherited her wealth and spends millions in philanthropy (no doubt tax deductible).  I’m sure that neither she nor Bush/Cheney has any intention of paying any more than what the tax code requires—I don’t either.  But I least I get to choose whether she gets any of my money (“You want fries with that?”). Nobody ever asked me about the $180,000 a year Cheney draws from Halliburton (By way of their trade with Iran and/or their no-bid/ fraudulent Iraq efforts).

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I suggest that you pray for Bush.  The more you try to defend his record, the deeper the al- Caaca gets.

Chuck Utzman, P.E