I have no problem with your denouncing taxpayer funds going to
religious charities, or to secular charities, or to anything at all!!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "eric dupree"
Marcy I hold religious institutions that recieve municipal funding
to the same level of contract compliance as anyone else.
Yesterday, staff apoligised to a client for inciteful behavior.
Clients congrat'ed Me for swift action. They ain't seen nothing yet...
Most believe such complaint is 'nitpicking'. "They doing their
best" comments by those that have not lived thrrough such is
tantamount to a person saying don't concern yourself with negative
June is RFP (request for proposal) time. I will be there, to preach
against funding any group doing a horrible job. Soggy old tuna
sandriches for Sunday breakfast, have Me wondering if these so call
spiritual people will go to hell, recieving millions of dollars, and
having members to allow such in the wake of My cultural
This reminds Me of the times when good Catholic allowed a few
Priest with sexual misconduct cost us many loyal members.
My administration would cancel contracts and have the City Attorney
sue for misrepresentation.
I have sharp distain for social pimps. Religious groups that chose
to hire them astounds Me.
Municipally I'll denounce, expose and correct this wrong! So help
> From: "Amarcy D. Berry" <amarcyb@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [lpsf-discuss] Re: Faith based Initiatives...YUK
> Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2007 04:31:22 -0000
> Dear Eric,
> Wow! OK, lots there to process. You ask "Marcy...as a Catholic,
> is St. Vincent de Paul doing there." Yes, I choose to be
> but I TRY to be ojective when it comes to religious
> answer to your question is that St. Vincent is doing there what
> other non-profit is doing there: making a living. Do they do some
> good in the process of making a living? Maybe; depends of your
> Now a question for you, Eric (a *real* question, not rhetorical).
> You say you have vowed to bring the downtroden to the polls, to
> for what?
> BTW, yes, you do ramble on; but once I plow through, I find you
> said something I want to think about.
> Take care,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "eric dupree"
> <dupreeconsults@> wrote:
> > As I'm against gov involvement, I'm more against religious
> receiving gov funding. Such lies My current battle.
> > I don't battle candidates as much as I do causes.
> > After hearing of atrocities at MSC Shelter I went to see for
> > Wow! Marcy, as a (mostly) Catholic what St. Vincent De Paul is
> doing there is Jim Jones'ee. In the treatment of the clients.
> > It's so IRS'ee. Such I won't tolerate.
> > Today I spoke with Chris Keatin the program director and he
> attempted to tell Me because he driving he couldn't give Me the
> in the chain of command after the director who is out until
> Relentlessly I persued, finally being told the president of the
> of directors is Stan Raggio.
> > Preferably the board will grant Me an audience where I'll give
> > As a candidate I oppose service groups that take gov money and
> held to a standard of THEIR own, which is oatmeal and old soggy
> sandwiches for Sunday breakfast. A place where staff is so Jim
> Jones'ee I'm reminded of the acts of the play I saw in Berkeley.
> > When people ask how I'm I going to get the down trodden to the
> polls, the answer is simple; by serving their causes, previous. I
> will bring 100,000 people to the polls...
> > Whether in the "Jungle" where no longer unsuspecting persons are
> harmed. So help Me or I shall return! Or challenging gov supported
> organization that treat them unfairly.
> > Yes, I believe in freedom, but only when it doesn't harm
> I'd like to encourage fellow candidates to be more service
> all those I seen most forget it's a position in service to the
> and not just to their particular cause. Knowingly servicing is
> the vote lies...
> > How 'bout that Muni support they touch 700k people a day. What a
> campaign team! And DPW and DPT ect. can chose their own leaders!
> > As for My bumps on the head it may have been more than I
> Finally I'm feeling somewhat back to Myself. I've started back the
> ramblings! SMILE
> > So there's been some missed meeting as well as a few delays in
> RAP. I needed some time away that I did not want.
> > I'm always reminded of the Izola Curry MLK incident where
> popular advice Martin continued rather quickly after a stab near
> heart. Yeah rightnow I'm like a athlete playing on a bad knee?
> > Well because I didn't lash out against My assailants, its done
> to lower to black murder rate than I've planned. I assisted in
> leaving the area. Honor over anger is what I told everyone that
> wanted revenge. And it would cost Me votes! SMILE
> > Soon very soon there will be a 30 days of no black murders or at
> least maybe an isolated incident. The forces are at work to
> the goal of a lower (no I can't stop it all) black murder rate.
> > Anticipate some continued tiresomeness, as sometimes I do get
> headaches which effect My sleep. The scar at My temple is a
> that Marines are not invincible! SMILE "Yeah we bad" but still