SAN FRANCISCO BALLOT PROPOSITIONS - JUST SAY NO

Starchild,

It's good hearing from you!

I agree with you 100% about the left's abuse and misuse of the words
"progress" and "progressive." They, also, abuse and misuse many other words,
including the word "tolerant."

Do you have any ideas about why Che Guevara and Fidel Castro are so popular
among San Francisco leftists that claim to be peace activists that abhor gun
violence? Click the following link to see some pictures of their heroes at
work _http://www.therealcuba.com/page5.htm_
(http://www.therealcuba.com/page5.htm)

I sincerely hope you win your race for city supervisor.

All the best,

Don

Don,

  These are just educated guesses, but I would say Che Guevara is popular because:

(1) He died young
(2) He died while fighting a guerrilla war
(3) He was good-looking
(4) Somebody took a photo of him that was altered to make it look extremely compelling
(5) There was a flattering book and movie made about his youth traveling around Latin America on a motorcycle
(6) The Castro regime has promoted him as an icon

  And Fidel Castro is popular because:

(1) He rails against the United States
(2) He opposes capitalism
(3) He talks a good game about communism and pretends to be for lots of things that leftists favor, such as "free" quality health care, "free" quality education, etc.
(4) Leftists believe the propaganda written in leftist publications about what Cuba is like and there isn't enough info out there about the reality
(5) Anti-communists and conservatives can't stand him

Love & liberty,
        <<< starchild >>>

Mark Seltzer
has
invited all
the
Congressional

candidates
to his
Labor
working in
San
Francisco,
tomorrow at
6 30
to 7 30 on
Comcast 29.
If
anyone can
record
it and e
amil it to
me it would
be
appreciated.
Advice on
how to
behave with
an
extreme left
wing
host would
also be
welcome.

Thanks,

Phil

Hi Phil,

  I suspect you are confused, and do not mean Mark Seltzer, but rather the left wing host of the labor show, whatever his name is (I forget). You mentioned something to me yesterday about such an event. Also I assume you mean just the 8th District candidates, namely Nancy Pelosi, yourself, Mike DeNunzio, and Krissy Keefer.

  My advice for dealing with the left-wing host is to talk with him a bit before the show if possible. Give him some sense that you are a real guy with a sense of humor and a compassionate person who has a rich life experience. Let him know that you expect to be treated on an equal footing with the other candidates, and not slighted on time. Make sure you understand the format of the show, and that he plans to adhere to it (I got slightly burned by a League of Women Voters moderator in that regard when I was debating the City College chancellor in 2004). Find out what kind of questions he plans to ask if possible. Suggest topics for questions if you think he might be open to that.

  Suggestions for the show in general: Position yourself between the Republican and Democrat if possible, saying you offer the best of social tolerance and fiscal responsibility. Get seated in the middle too, if you can. Decide what key points you want to communicate to your audience, and come up with some succinct sound bites for each of them. Make sure to work them into your intro or conclusion if you don't get a chance to mention them in responses to specific questions. Have some tough questions in mind for your rivals -- you may be asked to ask them a question directly, or have an opportunity to do so. Don't forget to mention your website, and encourage people to register and vote Libertarian. Keep your cane standing unfolded next to you so that the TV audience will know you're vision-impaired even if they tune in late or whatever, and won't wonder why you may appear to have an unfocused gaze or look a little lost. If the hosts object, tell them it's a security issue for you to have the cane at hand in an unfamiliar location which they might have trouble understanding, not being vision-impaired themselves. That will shut them up about it. 8) Wear your campaign button. Address the host and your opponents by their first names -- the familiarity puts you on a more even footing and makes it harder for them to ignore you. Remind people of specific bad votes that Nancy has made, as well as perhaps what she has *failed* to do, such as seeking to repeal the PATRIOT ACT she voted for now that she's had plenty of time to realize it was a mistake. Remind people that she is a multimillionaire with an investment banker husband who lives in Pacific Heights (if that's where she lives, I can't quite recall). Finally, don't forget that you are *not* primarily speaking for the benefit of the people in the room with you, but to the hundreds or thousands watching on TV.

  That's all I can think of right now. Oh -- and don't try to explain the history of banking or monetary systems, the role of the Federal Reserve, or explain why the entire economy is headed for a collapse. 8) It's very unlikely you'd be able to do any of those topics justice in the time you'll have.

Love & liberty,
        <<< starchild >>>

P.S. - Are you on the LPC Candidates list? It's lpcandidates2006@yahoogroups.com . If you want to get more advice and feedback from others, post your questions there and you'll probably receive plenty.

Starchild:

If I stopped to say "Way to go!" every time you did something
outstanding lately, I'd never get anything else done. Absolutely
astounding. This set of suggestions for Phil is just one of many; I
hope you can tolerate one expression of appreciation for the whole
schmeer.

Mike

Thanks, Mike! That means a lot to me... I just wish I (well, we) were able to have more of an impact on the system.

    <<< starchild >>>

Starchild:

If I stopped to say "Way to go!" every time you did something outstanding lately, I'd never get anything else done. Absolutely astounding. This set of suggestions for Phil is just one of many; I hope you can tolerate one expression of appreciation for the whole schmeer.

Mike

<image.tiff>

Did the show. A learning
experience. Steve Seltzer
did ask me what to do
about outsourcing. I came
out with FDR, Bretton
Woods etc. That was
disaster. On what should
be dond about education,
I
came out with abolish
public education.
Medicine, It was
Socialized by Philip
Burton and was far more
compassionate before
aevery doctor and
hospital
was forced to take the
poor. Media. Talked about
any media that tells the
truth will be bought by
the
wallstreet bankers. Told
storey of Nixons's lawyer
calling CBS and
threattening to have wall
street ruin the stock if
they
don't shut up Walter
Cronkite. All in all not
a
complete disaster for the
first time. I bet Krissey
and Mike might try to
exclude me in the future
but it hurt thier moral
authority in getting
Nancy
to come.

--- In lpsf-
discuss@yahoogroups.com,

Starchild
<sfdreamer@...>
wrote:

Hi Phil,

  I

suspect you
are confused,
and do not
mean Mark
Seltzer, but
rather

the left wing

host of the
labor
show,
whatever his
name is (I
forget).

You

mentioned
something to
me
yesterday
about such an
event. Also
I

assume you

mean just the
8th
District
candidates,
namely Nancy
Pelosi,

yourself,

Mike
DeNunzio,
and
Krissy Keefer.

  My

advice for
dealing with
the left-wing
host is to talk
with him
a

bit before

the show if
possible.
Give him
some sense
that you are a

real guy

with a sense
of humor
and a
compassionate
person who
has
a

rich life

experience.
Let him
know
that you
expect to be
treated on an

equal

footing with
the other
candidates,
and not
slighted on
time.
Make

sure you

understand the
format of
the show, and
that he plans
to adhere

to it (I got

slightly
burned by a
League of
Women
Voters
moderator
in

that regard

when I was
debating
the City
College
chancellor in
2004).

Find out

what kind of
questions
he
plans to ask if
possible.
Suggest

topics for

questions if
you think
he
might be open
to that.

Suggestions
for the show
in
general:
Position
yourself
between
the

Republican

and Democrat
if
possible,
saying you
offer the best
of

social

tolerance and
fiscal
responsibility.
Get seated in
the
middle

too, if you

can. Decide
what key
points you
want to
communicate
to
your

audience,

and come up
with some
succinct sound
bites for each
of
them.

Make sure

to work them
into your
intro or
conclusion if
you don't get a

chance to

mention them
in
responses to
specific
questions.
Have some

tough

questions in
mind for your
rivals -- you
may be asked
to ask
them

a question

directly, or
have an
opportunity to
do so. Don't
forget to

mention

your website,
and
encourage
people to
register and
vote

Libertarian.

Keep your
cane
standing
unfolded next
to you so
that the

TV

audience will
know you're
vision-
impaired even
if they tune in
late

or whatever,

and won't
wonder
why you may
appear to have
an
unfocused

gaze or look

a little lost. If
the
hosts object,
tell them it's a

security

issue for you
to have the
cane at hand
in an
unfamiliar

location

which they
might have
trouble
understanding,
not being

vision-

impaired
themselves.
That
will shut them
up about it.
8)
Wear

your

campaign
button.
Address
the host and
your
opponents by
their

first names -

- the
familiarity
puts
you on a more
even footing
and

makes it

harder for
them to ignore
you. Remind
people of
specific bad

votes that

Nancy has
made, as
well as
perhaps what
she has
*failed* to

do, such as

seeking to
repeal the
PATRIOT
ACT she
voted for now
that

she's had

plenty of time
to realize
it was a
mistake.
Remind
people

that she is a

multimillionaire
with
an investment
banker
husband who

lives in

Pacific
Heights (if
that's
where she
lives, I can't
quite

recall).

Finally, don't
forget that
you are *not*
primarily
speaking

for the

benefit of the
people in the
room with
you, but to the
hundreds

or thousands

watching on
TV.

  That's

all I can think
of right
now. Oh --
and don't try
to explain

the history

of banking or
monetary
systems, the
role of the
Federal

Reserve, or

explain why
the entire
economy is
headed for a
collapse.

8) It's very

unlikely you'd
be able
to do any of
those topics
justice

in the time

you'll have.

Love &

liberty,

    
<<<
starchild >>>

P.S. - Are

you on the
LPC
Candidates
list? It's

lpcandidates2006@yahoogroups.com
. If you want
to get more
advice
and

feedback

from others,
post your
questions there
and you'll
probably

receive

plenty.

On

Thursday,
September 7,
2006,
at 10:47 PM,
ricochetboy
wrote:

> Mark

Seltzer

> has
> invited all
> the
>

Congressional

>
> candidates
> to his
> Labor
> working in
> San
> Francisco,
> tomorrow

at

> 6 30
> to 7 30 on
> Comcast

29.

> If
> anyone can
> record
> it and e
> amil it to
> me it

would

> be
>

appreciated.

> Advice on
> how to
> behave

with

> an
> extreme

left

Phil! You showed up, and gave it your best! You have my gratitude.
And, it never hurts to sound off on funny money, lusy government-run
indoctrination, and scarcity-driven health care.

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "ricochetboy" <philzberg@...>
wrote:

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Hi Derek,

Think the following: fewer medical schools than the market for
doctors could support, FDA hoops before any drug can come to the U.S.
market, laws prohibiting nurse practitioners to set up shop on their
own, malpractice insurance premiums high enough to discourage medical
practice. What is a good name for this health care syndrome?

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Derek Jensen" <derekj72@...>
wrote:

what is scarcity-driven healthcare?

>
> Phil! You showed up, and gave it your best! You have my

gratitude.

> And, it never hurts to sound off on funny money, lusy government-

run

> indoctrination, and scarcity-driven health care.
>
> Marcy
>
> --- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com <lpsf-discuss%

40yahoogroups.com>,

> "ricochetboy" <philzberg@>
>
> wrote:
> >
> > Did the show. A learning
> > experience. Steve Seltzer
> > did ask me what to do
> > about outsourcing. I came
> > out with FDR, Bretton
> > Woods etc. That was
> > disaster. On what should
> > be dond about education,
> > I
> > came out with abolish
> > public education.
> > Medicine, It was
> > Socialized by Philip
> > Burton and was far more
> > compassionate before
> > aevery doctor and
> > hospital
> > was forced to take the
> > poor. Media. Talked about
> > any media that tells the
> > truth will be bought by
> > the
> > wallstreet bankers. Told
> > storey of Nixons's lawyer
> > calling CBS and
> > threattening to have wall
> > street ruin the stock if
> > they
> > don't shut up Walter
> > Cronkite. All in all not
> > a
> > complete disaster for the
> > first time. I bet Krissey
> > and Mike might try to
> > exclude me in the future
> > but it hurt thier moral
> > authority in getting
> > Nancy
> > to come.
> >
> > --- In lpsf-
> > discuss@yahoogroups.com <discuss%40yahoogroups.com>,
> >
> > Starchild
> > <sfdreamer@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi Phil,
> > >
> > > I
> > suspect you
> > are confused,
> > and do not
> > mean Mark
> > Seltzer, but
> > rather
> > > the left wing
> > host of the
> > labor
> > show,
> > whatever his
> > name is (I
> > forget).
> > > You
> > mentioned
> > something to
> > me
> > yesterday
> > about such an
> > event. Also
> > I
> > > assume you
> > mean just the
> > 8th
> > District
> > candidates,
> > namely Nancy
> > Pelosi,
> > > yourself,
> > Mike
> > DeNunzio,
> > and
> > Krissy Keefer.
> > >
> > > My
> > advice for
> > dealing with
> > the left-wing
> > host is to talk
> > with him
> > a
> > > bit before
> > the show if
> > possible.
> > Give him
> > some sense
> > that you are a
> > > real guy
> > with a sense
> > of humor
> > and a
> > compassionate
> > person who
> > has
> > a
> > > rich life
> > experience.
> > Let him
> > know
> > that you
> > expect to be
> > treated on an
> > > equal
> > footing with
> > the other
> > candidates,
> > and not
> > slighted on
> > time.
> > Make
> > > sure you
> > understand the
> > format of
> > the show, and
> > that he plans
> > to adhere
> > > to it (I got
> > slightly
> > burned by a
> > League of
> > Women
> > Voters
> > moderator
> > in
> > > that regard
> > when I was
> > debating
> > the City
> > College
> > chancellor in
> > 2004).
> > > Find out
> > what kind of
> > questions
> > he
> > plans to ask if
> > possible.
> > Suggest
> > > topics for
> > questions if
> > you think
> > he
> > might be open
> > to that.
> > >
> > >
> > Suggestions
> > for the show
> > in
> > general:
> > Position
> > yourself
> > between
> > the
> > > Republican
> > and Democrat
> > if
> > possible,
> > saying you
> > offer the best
> > of
> > > social
> > tolerance and
> > fiscal
> > responsibility.
> > Get seated in
> > the
> > middle
> > > too, if you
> > can. Decide
> > what key
> > points you
> > want to
> > communicate
> > to
> > your
> > > audience,
> > and come up
> > with some
> > succinct sound
> > bites for each
> > of
> > them.
> > > Make sure
> > to work them
> > into your
> > intro or
> > conclusion if
> > you don't get a
> > > chance to
> > mention them
> > in
> > responses to
> > specific
> > questions.
> > Have some
> > > tough
> > questions in
> > mind for your
> > rivals -- you
> > may be asked
> > to ask
> > them
> > > a question
> > directly, or
> > have an
> > opportunity to
> > do so. Don't
> > forget to
> > > mention
> > your website,
> > and
> > encourage
> > people to
> > register and
> > vote
> > > Libertarian.
> > Keep your
> > cane
> > standing
> > unfolded next
> > to you so
> > that the
> > > TV
> > audience will
> > know you're
> > vision-
> > impaired even
> > if they tune in
> > late
> > > or whatever,
> > and won't
> > wonder
> > why you may
> > appear to have
> > an
> > unfocused
> > > gaze or look
> > a little lost. If
> > the
> > hosts object,
> > tell them it's a
> > > security
> > issue for you
> > to have the
> > cane at hand
> > in an
> > unfamiliar
> > > location
> > which they
> > might have
> > trouble
> > understanding,
> > not being
> > > vision-
> > impaired
> > themselves.
> > That
> > will shut them
> > up about it.
> > 8)
> > Wear
> > > your
> > campaign
> > button.
> > Address
> > the host and
> > your
> > opponents by
> > their
> > > first names -
> > - the
> > familiarity
> > puts
> > you on a more
> > even footing
> > and
> > > makes it
> > harder for
> > them to ignore
> > you. Remind
> > people of
> > specific bad
> > > votes that
> > Nancy has
> > made, as
> > well as
> > perhaps what
> > she has
> > *failed* to
> > > do, such as
> > seeking to
> > repeal the
> > PATRIOT
> > ACT she
> > voted for now
> > that
> > > she's had
> > plenty of time
> > to realize
> > it was a
> > mistake.
> > Remind
> > people
> > > that she is a
> > multimillionaire
> > with
> > an investment
> > banker
> > husband who
> > > lives in
> > Pacific
> > Heights (if
> > that's
> > where she
> > lives, I can't
> > quite
> > > recall).
> > Finally, don't
> > forget that
> > you are *not*
> > primarily
> > speaking
> > > for the
> > benefit of the
> > people in the
> > room with
> > you, but to the
> > hundreds
> > > or thousands
> > watching on
> > TV.
> > >
> > > That's
> > all I can think
> > of right
> > now. Oh --
> > and don't try
> > to explain
> > > the history
> > of banking or
> > monetary
> > systems, the
> > role of the
> > Federal
> > > Reserve, or
> > explain why
> > the entire
> > economy is
> > headed for a
> > collapse.
> > > 8) It's very
> > unlikely you'd
> > be able
> > to do any of
> > those topics
> > justice
> > > in the time
> > you'll have.
> > >
> > > Love &
> > liberty,
> > >
> >
> > <<<
> > starchild >>>
> > >
> > > P.S. - Are
> > you on the
> > LPC
> > Candidates
> > list? It's
> > >
> > lpcandidates2006@yahoogroups.com <lpcandidates2006%

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Hi Derek,

You are correct. The syndrome of manufactured scarcity is
everywhere. Here's more: Teachers' unions vs. home schooling,
labor/wage laws vs. all kinds of people that want to work, "tenants
rights" (Ha!!) vs. low income housing shortage...the beat goes on.

Marcy

Regarding the term "scarcity-driven

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, "Derek Jensen" <derekj72@...>
wrote:

Marcy:

OK, i had just never heard it called that. I see it more as the

result of

lobbying by vested interests who have successfully used the State

to make

things a lot more expensive and lower quality for the rest of us.

I see

this everywhere I look, and not just healthcare.

>
> Hi Derek,
>
> Think the following: fewer medical schools than the market for
> doctors could support, FDA hoops before any drug can come to the

U.S.

> market, laws prohibiting nurse practitioners to set up shop on

their

> own, malpractice insurance premiums high enough to discourage

medical

> practice. What is a good name for this health care syndrome?
>
> Marcy
>
> --- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com <lpsf-discuss%

40yahoogroups.com>,

> "Derek Jensen" <derekj72@>
>
> wrote:
> >
> > what is scarcity-driven healthcare?
> >
> > >
> > > Phil! You showed up, and gave it your best! You have my
> gratitude.
> > > And, it never hurts to sound off on funny money, lusy

government-

> run
> > > indoctrination, and scarcity-driven health care.
> > >
> > > Marcy
> > >
> > > --- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com <lpsf-discuss%

40yahoogroups.com><lpsf-discuss%

> 40yahoogroups.com>,
>
> > > "ricochetboy" <philzberg@>
> > >
> > > wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Did the show. A learning
> > > > experience. Steve Seltzer
> > > > did ask me what to do
> > > > about outsourcing. I came
> > > > out with FDR, Bretton
> > > > Woods etc. That was
> > > > disaster. On what should
> > > > be dond about education,
> > > > I
> > > > came out with abolish
> > > > public education.
> > > > Medicine, It was
> > > > Socialized by Philip
> > > > Burton and was far more
> > > > compassionate before
> > > > aevery doctor and
> > > > hospital
> > > > was forced to take the
> > > > poor. Media. Talked about
> > > > any media that tells the
> > > > truth will be bought by
> > > > the
> > > > wallstreet bankers. Told
> > > > storey of Nixons's lawyer
> > > > calling CBS and
> > > > threattening to have wall
> > > > street ruin the stock if
> > > > they
> > > > don't shut up Walter
> > > > Cronkite. All in all not
> > > > a
> > > > complete disaster for the
> > > > first time. I bet Krissey
> > > > and Mike might try to
> > > > exclude me in the future
> > > > but it hurt thier moral
> > > > authority in getting
> > > > Nancy
> > > > to come.
> > > >
> > > > --- In lpsf-
> > > > discuss@yahoogroups.com <discuss%40yahoogroups.com><discuss%

40yahoogro

> ups.com>,
>
> > > >
> > > > Starchild
> > > > <sfdreamer@>
> > > > wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > Hi Phil,
> > > > >
> > > > > I
> > > > suspect you
> > > > are confused,
> > > > and do not
> > > > mean Mark
> > > > Seltzer, but
> > > > rather
> > > > > the left wing
> > > > host of the
> > > > labor
> > > > show,
> > > > whatever his
> > > > name is (I
> > > > forget).
> > > > > You
> > > > mentioned
> > > > something to
> > > > me
> > > > yesterday
> > > > about such an
> > > > event. Also
> > > > I
> > > > > assume you
> > > > mean just the
> > > > 8th
> > > > District
> > > > candidates,
> > > > namely Nancy
> > > > Pelosi,
> > > > > yourself,
> > > > Mike
> > > > DeNunzio,
> > > > and
> > > > Krissy Keefer.
> > > > >
> > > > > My
> > > > advice for
> > > > dealing with
> > > > the left-wing
> > > > host is to talk
> > > > with him
> > > > a
> > > > > bit before
> > > > the show if
> > > > possible.
> > > > Give him
> > > > some sense
> > > > that you are a
> > > > > real guy
> > > > with a sense
> > > > of humor
> > > > and a
> > > > compassionate
> > > > person who
> > > > has
> > > > a
> > > > > rich life
> > > > experience.
> > > > Let him
> > > > know
> > > > that you
> > > > expect to be
> > > > treated on an
> > > > > equal
> > > > footing with
> > > > the other
> > > > candidates,
> > > > and not
> > > > slighted on
> > > > time.
> > > > Make
> > > > > sure you
> > > > understand the
> > > > format of
> > > > the show, and
> > > > that he plans
> > > > to adhere
> > > > > to it (I got
> > > > slightly
> > > > burned by a
> > > > League of
> > > > Women
> > > > Voters
> > > > moderator
> > > > in
> > > > > that regard
> > > > when I was
> > > > debating
> > > > the City
> > > > College
> > > > chancellor in
> > > > 2004).
> > > > > Find out
> > > > what kind of
> > > > questions
> > > > he
> > > > plans to ask if
> > > > possible.
> > > > Suggest
> > > > > topics for
> > > > questions if
> > > > you think
> > > > he
> > > > might be open
> > > > to that.
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > Suggestions
> > > > for the show
> > > > in
> > > > general:
> > > > Position
> > > > yourself
> > > > between
> > > > the
> > > > > Republican
> > > > and Democrat
> > > > if
> > > > possible,
> > > > saying you
> > > > offer the best
> > > > of
> > > > > social
> > > > tolerance and
> > > > fiscal
> > > > responsibility.
> > > > Get seated in
> > > > the
> > > > middle
> > > > > too, if you
> > > > can. Decide
> > > > what key
> > > > points you
> > > > want to
> > > > communicate
> > > > to
> > > > your
> > > > > audience,
> > > > and come up
> > > > with some
> > > > succinct sound
> > > > bites for each
> > > > of
> > > > them.
> > > > > Make sure
> > > > to work them
> > > > into your
> > > > intro or
> > > > conclusion if
> > > > you don't get a
> > > > > chance to
> > > > mention them
> > > > in
> > > > responses to
> > > > specific
> > > > questions.
> > > > Have some
> > > > > tough
> > > > questions in
> > > > mind for your
> > > > rivals -- you
> > > > may be asked
> > > > to ask
> > > > them
> > > > > a question
> > > > directly, or
> > > > have an
> > > > opportunity to
> > > > do so. Don't
> > > > forget to
> > > > > mention
> > > > your website,
> > > > and
> > > > encourage
> > > > people to
> > > > register and
> > > > vote
> > > > > Libertarian.
> > > > Keep your
> > > > cane
> > > > standing
> > > > unfolded next
> > > > to you so
> > > > that the
> > > > > TV
> > > > audience will
> > > > know you're
> > > > vision-
> > > > impaired even
> > > > if they tune in
> > > > late
> > > > > or whatever,
> > > > and won't
> > > > wonder
> > > > why you may
> > > > appear to have
> > > > an
> > > > unfocused
> > > > > gaze or look
> > > > a little lost. If
> > > > the
> > > > hosts object,
> > > > tell them it's a
> > > > > security
> > > > issue for you
> > > > to have the
> > > > cane at hand
> > > > in an
> > > > unfamiliar
> > > > > location
> > > > which they
> > > > might have
> > > > trouble
> > > > understanding,
> > > > not being
> > > > > vision-
> > > > impaired
> > > > themselves.
> > > > That
> > > > will shut them
> > > > up about it.
> > > > 8)
> > > > Wear
> > > > > your
> > > > campaign
> > > > button.
> > > > Address
> > > > the host and
> > > > your
> > > > opponents by
> > > > their
> > > > > first names -
> > > > - the
> > > > familiarity
> > > > puts
> > > > you on a more
> > > > even footing
> > > > and
> > > > > makes it
> > > > harder for
> > > > them to ignore
> > > > you. Remind
> > > > people of
> > > > specific bad
> > > > > votes that
> > > > Nancy has
> > > > made, as
> > > > well as
> > > > perhaps what
> > > > she has
> > > > *failed* to
> > > > > do, such as
> > > > seeking to
> > > > repeal the
> > > > PATRIOT
> > > > ACT she
> > > > voted for now
> > > > that
> > > > > she's had
> > > > plenty of time
> > > > to realize
> > > > it was a
> > > > mistake.
> > > > Remind
> > > > people
> > > > > that she is a
> > > > multimillionaire
> > > > with
> > > > an investment
> > > > banker
> > > > husband who
> > > > > lives in
> > > > Pacific
> > > > Heights (if
> > > > that's
> > > > where she
> > > > lives, I can't
> > > > quite
> > > > > recall).
> > > > Finally, don't
> > > > forget that
> > > > you are *not*
> > > > primarily
> > > > speaking
> > > > > for the
> > > > benefit of the
> > > > people in the
> > > > room with
> > > > you, but to the
> > > > hundreds
> > > > > or thousands
> > > > watching on
> > > > TV.
> > > > >
> > > > > That's
> > > > all I can think
> > > > of right
> > > > now. Oh --
> > > > and don't try
> > > > to explain
> > > > > the history
> > > > of banking or
> > > > monetary
> > > > systems, the
> > > > role of the
> > > > Federal
> > > > > Reserve, or
> > > > explain why
> > > > the entire
> > > > economy is
> > > > headed for a
> > > > collapse.
> > > > > 8) It's very
> > > > unlikely you'd
> > > > be able
> > > > to do any of
> > > > those topics
> > > > justice
> > > > > in the time
> > > > you'll have.
> > > > >
> > > > > Love &
> > > > liberty,
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > <<<
> > > > starchild >>>
> > > > >
> > > > > P.S. - Are
> > > > you on the
> > > > LPC
> > > > Candidates
> > > > list? It's
> > > > >
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