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From: "Martin P Cohen" <>
Subject: Corporate right to bear arms
Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 08:00:53 -0400

Dear sirs,
You provide a valuable service in pointing out that the constitution =
covers the rights of corporations. I think that the corporate right to =
bear arms could lead to the solution to one of the most vexing problems =
of our times - overexposure to advertising. We would all be better =
served if corporations fought against one another on the field of battle =
instead of on our television screens. I for one would support any =
required enabling legislation.

Concerned voter

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 12:16:07 -0500
Subject: Re: Kudos from a Texas Republican

I was a delegate to the 1996 Republican National Convention in San
Diego. We were manipulated by the Rockefeller-Bush-Dole wimp wing of
the party in their nauseating play to the corrupt media and to the phony
average voter" depicted by dishonest pollsters.

Keep up the good work.

--Marco Gilliam

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 10:05:45 -1000
From: "Juliet A. F. Begley" <>

I love this website - fabulous satire - I thought that Americans were not
capable of really doing it, but this is it. Keep it up!

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 10:52:39 -0700
From: Bobbyjoe Nelson <>
Subject: How about the S&L scandal

Great Job

Keep it up

When do we hear about a pardon for all those involved in the Savings and
Loan scandal?

I saw the article in today's New York Times

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 20:19:35 -0400
From: Audrey Snyder <>
Subject: Yeah Hooray for this web-site!

Shame on the candidate who runs from his Conecticut Yankee roots.

Prescott his grandfather was a respectable Connecticut Senator. when the
clock makers and textile workers were loosing their jobs in New England.

George his father was born in Milton Massachusetts. (not ten miles from
the birthplace of Mike Dukakis.) George senior knows what large
companies owe, and fail to provide their host communities (Check out
Lawrence!) George senior lives like the Cyrs and the Loeb's on his
Walker Point (Maine) estate while claiming Texas residency. Ahh to be

His brother got a pass after he sacked the Silverado Savings and Loan in
Denver. (it was a bad "business" not the officers who were to blame.)

NOW he says "freedom" (assumedly our freedom not his) should be

Hey George.......The peasants are revolting!

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 21:41:07 EDT
Subject: Your Web page

Great job. It's about time the vast right wing gets a taste of it's
own medicine.
I've got some jokes about Georgy's mothers private parts. Here goes.
Bush is so BIG That when she was a baby she wore clampers instead of pampers.
HA HA HA That's what you get Scrub for making me listen to Clinton's sex
life for a whole year. P.S. You right wing facsist should leave the
internet alone or hear more bad mother jokes. HA HA HA

From: "Pat/John Williman" <>
Subject: Exciting tales of the Old West
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 08:57:45 -0400

We want to see the movies, "The Silverado Kid," "Further Adventures of
the Silverado Kid," and "Silverado: the Bank." Just picked up Vol
4--"Return of the Silverado Kid." Any suggestions or links?

Editor's note: In our opinion, the "Silverado Kid" series is
quite overrated. The action never pans out in as interesting a
manner as the first few minutes promise.

From: (Colleen Jones)
Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 16:21:28 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Garbage Men

How dare of Governor of the great state of Texas insult the garbage men
of America.

These men, without them you streets would be run over with rats, disease
would spread through the community - and then cholera and the
plague.....and Bush dares to insult the garbage men of America.

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Workers.....take
note. George Bush insults garbage men....Martin Luther King in his
last venture, marched with the "garbage men" of America, only to be
struck down the very same day by big business end of the gun. Martin
Luther King too, died for the garbage men of America.

Governor should be ashamed of yourself......these men have
been cleaning up after you long enough. No more Mr. Nice
the future, leave his trash at the curb.

Colleen M. Jones

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 04:25:31 -0400
Subject: George W. Opposes Hate Crime Legislation
From: "Peter Vertes" <>

You should feature this issue on your website.

Brilliant job. I hope you get zillions of hits and that you stay up through
the election.

From: "sdpotter66" <>
Subject: Sleaze
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 12:13:07 -0400

Having failed in a thinly disguised effort to extort money from the Bush
campaign, Mr. Exley now puts out a web page that is a deliberate effort to
deceive and distort. I covered the Army-McCarthy hearings..again the
words.."Have you no shame" come to mind

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 12:11:18 -0700
Subject: *

You are performing an invaluable service to this nation.

Thank you,


From: alexander carros <>
Subject: Hi there
Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 14:40:51 PDT

Your taking a big chance fucking with the next President of the United

Fuck you, socialist Boston faggot.

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 09:49:57 EDT
Subject: Great Site!

I first read about this site in NYT, and I'm not disappointed. Don't let the
Bush bullies take you down. Keep it up!


Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 00:54:53 -0500
From: dave atkins <>
Subject: Moron

My site has 1 less keystroke in it than your site has and I pledge that
I will to fight the total disinformation that you are propogating about
G. W. Bush ! He's gonna release all these felons. What Governor's had
the Courage to execute cute little Carla? Mel
Carnahan. The policies you espouse lead to the Pearl Ms, Littleton, Co.
of the world. Everybody is a victim and no one is to blame. What about
the charges that White House aides were so messed up on Coke they still
had the "dollar bill" stickin
out there nose when they left their office. Oh I know annecdotal ! I
happen to be a realist ! I hear 2000 such stories an a gotta believe
some are true. Specially when some come from former FBI Agents. We can
continue to put "band-aids" laws that
address Columbine HS and Littleton, Co but we are not addressing what
made the "wound". You will probably send back E-mail criticizing the
structure on the structure, grammar, and "political correctness" of the
epistle but I don't care !! If we would really concentrate on what's
causing the wounds that we "put band-aids" on
we might see some progress on improving this country. As it stand
current legislation woud just mean that the to poor "neglected" rich
"had it made" young men that produced the Littleton Tragedy would have
committed 30 violations of the law instead on 29 !! We are ourselves so
self-centered as parents and supposedly wise
elders we refuse to take responsibility for WHAT we have done wrong !!.
Did we have to live in 9 bedroom house located in a 500,000 house when
we had 2 kids?
Ya probably don't see where I'm comin from but. Thanks for having a
place for me
to vent my anger at a society<that I am a part of, that has gone
absolutely MAD !!

Editor's note: This message comes from the owner of

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 19:32:09 -0400
From: Alex Carros <>
Subject: Go to hell

I guess he's got you guys scared already,

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 09:06:03 -0700
From: Bruce Chilton <>
Subject: Your Terrific Web Site

I think you are the ONLY source of information on W which in any way
provides a bracing dose of reality to the messianic clamor in support of
To date, W has been an empty vessel which people are invited to fill
with their own expectaions and ideals. Thank you.

Good Work!

Bruce Chilton
Northport, NY

From: "Guymon R. Hall" <>
Subject: web site
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 23:38:51 -0500

Governor Bush was right; this is a garbage web site. Political satire =
is one thing, but outright lies are completely wrong. You guys will be =
lucky if you don't end getting sued for libel or slander. Oh well, it's =
all about the publicity and the money, right? What a shame.

Guymon R. Hall

From: "Frederick, Terri" <>
Subject: Great job!
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 10:53:07 -0500

"There ought to be limits to freedom . . . " Job well done. He finally
expresses an opinion. And what an opinion it is.


Subject: Interesting and funny site
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 18:51:04 -0400

Hello Folks:

The funny thing about Mr. Bush getting upset about your site is that if he
had never complained about it, me and potentially millions of other folks
may never have heard of it before. I read about it in TIME magazine. I
like the site. Keep up the good work.

Haddon Township, NJ

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 11:15:10 -0400
Subject: Cocaine - vice of patriots

Dear PEC;
I am disheartened by your mistrpresentation of the motives behind the
youthful indulgences of the beloved statesman and patriot, GW BUSH. At a
time when his father's CIA operatives were generating millions of dollars
for the freedom-fighting contras in Nicaragua through cocaine trafficking,
I find it shocking and disheartening that you don't recognize the great
contribution this man has made to democracy in the western hemisphere
through this most patriotic of vices. At a time when most young men are
contributing to the coffers of RJ Reynolds and Anhueiser-Busch, GW was
putting his party-money where his values are - the hands of the same hard
working Columbian drug lords that have worked closely with our intelligence
services in recent decades to bring freedom to the people of Nicaragua,
Honduras and El Salvador.

Call me old fashioned, but I'll pass on the Budweiser. A toot of Bolivian
boo is a toot for freedom and for America first.
A concerned citizen.

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 21:45:31 -0400
From: loneparanoid <>
Subject: Just another wanna-bee good 'ol boy

and fascist peckerhead? I don't care for Al Gore, but I sure as hell
would never vote for a closet nazi like "GW"; he may talk some of the
talk, but he's too much of a repressed chip off the old man's morally
resentful shoulder...
Not to mention..."Only 30,000 hits in so many
months"...Pitiful...Actually I came here looking for the Joke Site. It
may amaze you but there are millions of thinking Americans who lump guys
like Bush in with the Pat Buchanans and David Dukes of this wretched
world...And they might be right.....

Mr. C.
Ocean Grove

From: Tony Ambruso <>
Subject: Pretty Funny
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 11:40:12 -0400

Good site. It's just what we need: People to get the attention of
these "wanna' be leaders" and let them know we're watching. Never before,
since The Revolution, has the populace had more of an opportunity to shape
this government. In our case, reshape the government back to the function
for which it was originally intended. The Web finally gives a "bully
pulpit" to all the people.

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 06:47:22 -0700
From: Spad <>
Subject: Don't back down!

You are in a position to strike a blow for continued freedom in
America. GWB's reaction to your site reveals much about the man. If
you back down from his threats you give away another piece of our
freedoms. As a long-time Libertarian conservative, I consider this to
be the most important issue here.

I have assured GWB that I will support whatever runs against him, even
if it's a cockroach. No wait, he's the cockroach. Well, I think you
get the idea.

Thanks for the good work,

James E. Smith

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 16:20:18 -0400
From: "Sherrie L. Pierce" <>
Subject: Great site

Keep up the good work! Everyone should get to know "little shrub!"
(See, in Texas, where ultimately size does matter, junior is known as
"Shrub," 'cause he ain't a big enough man to be a Bush!)

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 14:37:28 -0500
From: Lisa Combest <>
Subject: Thank you

Thank you for not knuckling under to a fascist. I live in Texas, and I
did NOT vote for Bush, the Younger. I am glad someone is standing up to
this yutz with the wealthy backers.

As for that "excess of freedom" statement he made. If there was a way to
let every American know he said it, I would gladly help do so. I'm
currently sending this web site's address to all my friends, as well as
the article about your site.

Keep it up. Lampoon the heck out of GWB!

Lisa Combest

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 12:07:33 -0500
From: David E Wachenschwanz <>
Subject: Your web site

Your web site sucks. You must be a pinko, homo democrat!

Date: Thu, 3 Jun 1999 09:45:35 -0700 (PDT)
From: Steve Thompson <>
Subject: (R) in the White House in 2000!!!

hey asshole, just thought i'd let ya in on a little
secret "your side is going to lose in 2000"!!!

you, and Clinton, and Gore, and all the other commies
out there might not like it, but you WILL lose in
2000, and it doesn't really matter what you say in
your brainless little web site.

the American people may be insanely stupid, be even
they have finally figured out that 8 years of
socialism/communism under Clinton is more than ENOUGH.

perhaps you should design some web sites for Fidel
Castro. it seems you have more in common with him.

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 11:21:04 -0400
From: Richard Smith <>
Subject: Wonderful site!!

Thank you so much for putting together such a wonderful site on Governor
Bush. I was having trouble differentiating among the Republican
candidates, but I can now see that the Governor really is the best of
the lot.

I know many people will say that's a little (well, maybe a lot) like
being the smartest kid in the stupid row. But, darn it, Governor Bush is
just plain better than the other Republicans.

He is the only Republican candidate who hasn't taken a stand on
anything; and that will make him a much better President than any of the
others who are just, well, prejudiced. Nobody can accuse the Governor of
being biased, because he doesn't stand for anything. I mean, he doesn't
care about anything. I mean he just wants to be President because his
Daddy was. Yeah, that's the ticket.

Keep up the good work, we all want to know more.

Dick Smith
Alexandria, Virginia

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 16:31:19 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

How much cocaine did George Bush use.???... I just want to know what the
average was.... never knew there was average cocaine use for a kid growing
up.... Gov Bush is full of facts

Date: Thu, 03 Jun 1999 07:56:45 -0400
From: "Robert M. Epler" <eples@UDel.Edu>
Subject: I owe you one!

Anyone who could get a Predisential Hopeful to say
(in English, in public, in AMERICA)
"There ought to be limits to freedom"
Is definitely a hero to me!

Thank you so much,

From: "richard petersen" <>
Subject: how can I help?
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 16:11:46 -0700

The "Unofficial" Bill Clinton

even have the pope, Bill Gates and more people ...

Richard Petersen

From: Serena Hallen <>
Subject: "Limits to freedom"
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 17:21:28 PDT

What the hell are you talking about?!?!?!?!??!?! Can I say VIOLATION OF THE
the Bill of Rights) And your thinking of running for President? I can see
you administration plan now:

1) Ban Freedom of Speech from the internet
2) Once people have adjusted to that, ban Freedom of Speech from the
newspapers, 'cause those are just like the internet.
3) Ban Freedom of Speech from the TV, 'cause that's just like the newspaper,
which is just like the internet.
4) Aw hell, let's just re-write a few of those freedoms that Americans have
so I won't get made fun of...

Man, you need to learn how to take a joke. That's really acting like a
loser who can't take a little mocking from someone who apparently is a
Republican. I mean, look at Bill Clinton. After the Convention in '88,
when he gave a pretty long and boring speech. The next day, EVERYONE from
Carson to the Newspapers were on him. And you know what he did? He didn't
say "They should ban freedom of speech" NO! He went on The Tonight Show,
made more jokes about himself, and played the sax. And guess what? Four
years later, who's President?

This wasn't meant to be a hate letter, but I'm just giving you some

From: "Keith Goldman" <>
Subject: Thank you, Mr. Garbage Man!
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 14:23:53 PDT

Mr. Garbage Man,

Thank you for cleaning up the Web and removing the garbage!
I know garbage men are generally unappreciated, but they serve
a necessary duty, as we would be mired in muck without their
important hard work.

Thank you again!

Editor's note: Thank you. We do wish Presidential hopefuls would lay off insulting the infrastructure like that.

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 16:22:30 -0400
Subject: (no subject)

You are truly idiots for mocking Governor Bush. Sadly, you try to
revel at the expense of others -

From: Terry Muncey <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 15:09:05 -0500

This web-site is the most one-sided liberal pinko site that I have had
the unfortunate experience to have visited. You make statements with no
examples or authentication of the point you are trying to make. If you
want to vent your spleen on something worthwhile venting it on, do it to
Bubba Boy Clinton and his hinchman Al Gladhand Gore!

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 12:37:07 -0700
From: George Roberts <>
Subject: bushbaby

way cool site... didnt know about it until georgie bushhead whined about
your EXCESSIVE expression of freedom... FREE PUBLICITY AND FREE VIDEO

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 09:51:45 -0700 (PDT)
From: Gaston <>
Subject: Great website

I just wanted to say that thank goodness there are
people like you willing to shake things up a little.
If it wasn't for guy's like you willing to take a risk
we would be overrun with corporate and political greed
and deception.
Keep up the good work.

An avid supporter.

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 09:36:56 -0700
From: Russ Mann <>
Subject: Thanks! cyber site gives me humorous relief from fear of another Bush
White House. "Like father, like son" seems to gentle a comparison for
the Bush boys. My sense of "father Bush" comes from his surprise at
public acceptance for his personal actions. My "sons of Bush" sense is
they expect public acceptance of their acts as birthright. Ding-dong
the Bush boys do chime.

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 15:54:58 +0000
From: Matt Cale <>

How fascinating it is that the candidate America is most excited about is
the one about whom we know the least. Rise dictator, rise, for America
loves to be dominated with a hard, leather strap. Yes, we deserve the worst
and it's likely we'll get it.

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 11:44:33 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

Thank you for striking a blow for free speech.
And for making this fascist son of a fascist show

Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 11:02:05 -0400
From: Mike McDermott <>
Subject: good stuff

good stuff......real good stuff....

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 10:03:24 EDT
Subject: Non-Human People

With all due respect to GW, I think he's a little too hard on non-human
people types and his advocacy of the right to bear arms. To the contrary, he
should take a more popular position and be more pro-non-human. Why not ARM
BEARS, instead of bearing arms. Besides, Charlton Heston hasn't had a hit

Without pandering, so to speak, too much to the the pro-animal lobby, this
would be an ideal campaign slogan. How about: "This Coke is for You", also?

I hope this is helpful.

Respectively submitted,

Dennis Dalrymple
New York, NY

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 22:50:39 -0700
From: pithy <>
Subject: (no subject)

gw invented the internet? oh, come on!

(now let's take a page from rush's book, pretend it's true and swing it
around like a dead cat for eight years)

Date: Wed, 2 Jun 1999 01:50:07 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Bravo!

Excellent site!

The GOP is going down in flames in 2000, and I can't think of a better stooge than Georgie Bush Jr to pilot them to their destination, with the possible exception of Danny Quayl(e).

Yes, we are supposed to believe that his daddy, the former U.S. ambassador to the U.N., former chairman of the R.N.C., former U.S. envoy to China and Director of the CIA knew NOTHING about Chinese espionage during the Reagan Error!?

I can't decide whether they think WE are stupid, or whether they want us to believe Daddy Bush was.

"Limits to freedom" indeed, Mr. Bush Jr.

Now, as I understand, MSNBC's resident gargoyle Ben Ginsberg is in a snit over your website. Who could have guessed that this professional whore who bashed Clinton and the DNC for over a year on the Monica Smut National Broadcasting Corporation would turn up as the attorney for Georgie Bush Jr! What a piece of human trash.

Keep the faith, guys!

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 22:12:51 -0500
From: edwin dornbusch <>
Subject: Your phoney website

Why don't you and your left-wing liberal democrats get a life.

Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 18:00:36 -0400
From: Kim Shuey <>
Subject: U.S. News Online Links

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Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 10:47:15 -0400
Subject: Bush

What is all this talk about? I keep hearing that Bush wants to put a limit
on freedom? Is this true, and what limits would that be? Please let me
Thank You

Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 08:17:37 EDT
Subject: Site Observations

It is a shame when someone corrupts the political system the way you are
doing it by making people think that your site is an authorized Bush site.
Shame on you. Free Speech is a right, but abuse of that right is a disgrace.

Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1999 00:40:58 EDT
Subject: HA HA

Very good thanks for the laughs

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 23:59:28 -0400
From: Michael Brannock <>
Subject: You really $@#%

It is no wonder that our society faces so many strange, self-destructive
problems. I grew-up with your brand of cynicism. I made all of your
mistakes. You need to grow up. I'll bet that most of you that manage
this site are 30 years old and live with your parents. You don't
understand what makes society work. You are a bunch of adolescents and
you think you have figured it all out.
You believe that if you can dream it, or think it, then it will come
true, but in reality, TV and videos have done nothing but make you a
lazy, deluded sack of crap that cannot, productively, contribute to
society. Maybe I give you too much credit. Maybe you don't believe
anything - you just like whine. You knock Bush for every stupid reason
you can think of. I write this to you, not to change your mind, but to
tell you that not everyone accepts your line of $%@#!!!!

Sincerely, Mike

Date: 31 May 1999 23:51:37 EDT
From: Jon.H.Appleton@Dartmouth.EDU (Jon H. Appleton)
Subject: Thank You

A great service.
Thank you.

From: "Bernard von NotHaus" <>
Subject: Nice work...
Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 14:02:47 -1000

Hi Ray...Just discovered your george bush site...nice
Now if you want to get really wild...might I suggest=20
you do something nice for the Federal Reserve...
Change the Money / Change the World...
check out

Bernard von NotHaus
Designer/Senior Economist
American Liberty Currency=20
N O R F E D=20

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 14:31:51 EDT
Subject: "Garbagemen"

Hey guys,
The website is outstanding.
Don't let the "garbage thing" bother you. Wouldn't be prudent.

Bob McArthur
Los Angeles, CA

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 12:21:50 -0400
From: Arthur Goldberger <>
Subject: drug use

what penalties did gwbush incur for his "recreational" drug use? if not,
why not?

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 10:26:58 -0500
From: Mary Robinson <>
Subject: [Fwd: GWB on the Vienna Convention]

Here are the facts, not rumors, that I asked about in my e-mail to you. G.W.
Bush really IS monumentally ignorant about international laws and treaties and
affairs between nations. AND about our Constitution which holds that all
treaties signed by the U.S. government are binding on all the states. We
learned this in junior high. ---Mary Robinson

Karen Hooper wrote:

> Mary Robinson asked:
> "Is it just a rumor that Dubbayu Bush stuck his foot in it when charged
> with the Texas violation of consular rights for Stanley Faulder? I heard
> he said that HE had not signed any treaty"
> To my knowledge, those comments were made in connection with the case of
> Irineo Tristan Montoya, a Mexican national executed in TX on 18th June
> 1997.
> On that occasion the State Department had contacted the Governor, asking
> that the execution be stayed in order that the circumstances regarding a
> possible violation of Motoya's VCCR rights might be clarifed.
> However, the Governor declined this invitation, maintaining that, in any
> case, TX was not party to the Vienna Convention.
> Montoya had been sentenced to death in 1986. Following his arrest he had
> been interrogated at length by the police, withouth a lawyer present.
> Montoya signed a 4 page confession in English, a language with which he was
> not familiar. He was 18 at the time of the crime, and was not the only
> person brought to trial for the murder. The trigger-man received a prison
> sentence.
> But this attitude is not limited only to TX:
> Authorities in Virginia expressed a similar position when they executed
> Angel Breard (Paraguayan national) on 14th April 1997, despite a request
> from Madeline Albright (not to mention the ICJ) for a stay of execution in
> order to allow any VCCR violations to be assessed.
> karenH

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 18:46:28 -0500
From: Mary Robinson <>
Subject: rumor or truth?

Is it just a rumor that Dubbayu Bush stuck his foot in it when charged
with the Texas violation of consular rights for Canadian, Stanley
Faulder (to be executed on June 17, 1999) ?

I heard George said that HE had not signed any treaty. (Like, someone
asked you to, George? The US Government usually takes care of that
chore. A quick look-see of the US Constitution under "treaties" should
clear things up for the governor.)

mary robinson
Point Blank, Texas

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 10:29:17 EDT
Subject: Shame

On you for exploiting Mr. Bush in such a false, lying, negative way.

If you can't campaign against the man with honesty then be quiet.

Ken Kasseroler

Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 10:26:47 EDT
Subject: Your website

Read about the site in the New York Times today. This is a masterpiece.
Please don't cave into the smallbrained Shrub people and "soften" the site at

I saw an interview with his Mother (or is that is Grandmother in the pearls?)
in which the infamous Shrub temper came out in full force and Granny got mean
and nasty. Come on, Shrubo, you can do it too. Loose it totally in public
like Granny did. It is not a pretty site, but I'd pay cash money to see it.

From: "Steve Wakefield" <>
Subject: James Carville strikes again
Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 23:46:20 -0400

I clicked on this site after reading the New York Times =
article,expecting good-natured parody.Instead, I found "The Best of =
James Carville,or How to Trash Your Opponents and Reelect Clinton-Gore." =
The idea that you would try to put forth that our next President has =
used cocaine,when there is no evidence to support that accusation,is a =
page out of "Primary Colors."You are to be commended for bringing out =
the worst in American politics.

From: "Peter L. Sroufe" <>
Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 19:48:46 -0700

If your mouthpiece for the special interests makes it, will he restore the
Constitution of the uSA?
I believe a national emergency is imminent, then the adulterous liar and
rapist will dissolve Congress and he will "rule" with unquestioned power.
The klintoon machine targeted the altruistic collectivists in 1992 and 1996:
sluts who can't keep their legs crossed, benefit-sucking minorities,
subsidy-hungry Semites, and those poor "victims" of dysfunctional parents
who turned out to be homosexuals. The more the socialist public school
system dumbs down our young it is impossible for them to acquire a character
necessary to choose right from wrong in their daily choices. Parents who
know the importance of instilling character in their young opt for
homeschooling. Get the corrupt unions out of the public school system, then
maybe some progress will be made. We don't need more gun laws. We need
Parents with Character.


From: "John Lee" <>
Subject: Like Father, Like Son!
Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 18:05:16 -0700

It the Son is like the Father, is any freedom loving American STUPID =
ENOUGH to vote for the Son? One World Order? What garbage! Loss of =
American Sovereignty! Total Garbage! Elect a loser like the Son? Nope, =
not me. Taxes are high enough now; don't need to raise them to bail out =
the Son and his mistakes!
I probably should keep my mouth shut! I might be assassinated for =
telling the truth or standing in the way of one very powerful family in =
its quest for absolute power!
John Lee

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 20:14:44 EDT
Subject: texas hosers

as a conservative republican and a guy who voted for the dad-give me a break.
gw is al gore clone. why can't we nominate guys/girls who are leaders? even
bill bradley is talking about issues-why not us? how about colin powell? at
least he overcame his minority status to have a reasonable and sensible voice
in this process.

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 17:59:42 EDT
Subject: Hey

Great site and what wonderful free publicity in today's New York Times. Why
not think about setting up sites for all of the "candidates".

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 16:55:06 EDT
Subject: congratulations

good job!at least you're helping our country!please work on algore and liddy
dole next!

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 11:41:54 -0700
From: Louis Plachowski <>
Subject: right on

i just read about your web site. thanks for giving out some good info on
the bush bros.Mother Jones (magazine) did a wonderful article on the
charming bush brothers about two years ago. it was a real eye opener.
i'm looking forward to reading your material on the crooks. thanks for
all of your efforts.
yours in struggle!
bridget walsh

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 14:41:10 -0400
From: Jennifer Wood <>
Subject: Amnesty 2000

Dear Gov. Bush:

Finally there is a politision willing to tell the truth about the War on
Drugs, unlike that lying dirtbag Clinton. You could get the Nobel Peace
prize for such a courageous stand for human rights. You get my vote on
this issue alone!
Captain Robt. G. Steffes

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 12:57:24 -0400
From: Robert Stanton <>
Subject: GW Bush

Looks like Bush is just a rich, spoiled, brat, who can't take a little

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 12:37:25 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

I understand the guys who allow you to do your dirty work favor all kinds of
limitations on free political speech. Stop whining when people who oppose
you take advantage of the limits that you and your buddies have worked so
hard to create and use these limits to tone down your nastiness. By the way,
a number of persons whom I've steered to your site have leaned away from Gore
and towards Bush in revulsion at the unofficial negative campaigning you and
your liberal friends are already getting into. Keep up the good work and the
next administration may not be led by a lying, cowardly, immoral,
incompetent. Of course, you may be in favor of the killing initiated by this
administration in Kosovo and the wholesaling of nuclear technology to Iraq,
Iran, India, Pakistan, China, etc.

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 12:16:01 EDT
Subject: Web site

Too bad you don't have anything constructive to do besides badmouth
especially Conservative politicians. Do you really have a paying job or do
you make your living exclusively on gossip, rumor and innuendo? Liberals
always leave a bad taste in my mouth, their words are bitter with enough
venom to make one throw up.

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 09:53:25 -0500
From: "Richard L. Carver" <>
Subject: Funny stuff for ya...

Hey! I got some really funny stuff for you about Al Gore! I know you are
probably working on a web site taking that clown apart, it's almost too
easy huh?

Did you know he claimed to have invented the internet?...hahaha what a
dolt! And he says he was the model for that weenie in "Love
Story"...hahaha too much! Is this guy in la la land or what? hahaha
And my personal favorite, controlling legal authority! hahaha You
could put pictures of him with all those monks and nuns in the section
soliciting campaign funds! hahaha

You could have an audio section with some .wav files of some his more
memorable quotes, the opportunity for hilarity is almost unlimited here!

Hey! Wait a minute! Why should you guys have all the fun! I could do
this site myself!...I just checked! OURMANGORE.COM is available! I know
you guys wouldn't slip around and take it from me cause liberals are
well known for their tolerance of divergent let's all have
some fun!

Thanks for the idea!

Richard Carver

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 10:33:17 EDT
Subject: congrats

Hear of you on NPR, hope your expression of free speech is not halted. In
the bigbrother world of today our constitutional rights are continually
whittled away. Thanks for a great page and the balls to be on the edge.

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 10:02:11 EDT
Subject: freedom must be curtailed

Not only should we censor the internet, but we should begin serious
consideration of censoring, and burning, books, newspapers, magazines, radio
and tv, so that only the dissemination of good, positive images is allowed.
Only the views of right-thinking Christian men should be viewed by other,
inferior human beings. Thankyou for your vigilance in this matter. A fan.

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 13:58:31 +0200
From: John Martin <>
Subject: a lack of understanding

I honestly have no idea what your point is. I thought that I could
understand English, but as I read your website I find myself having no idea
what's going on. It's funny to think that people actually spend that much
time on such aimless projects.
That's fifteen minutes of my life that I can't get back. I thank you.

Joseph Martin

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 13:20:58 +0200

so, what is going on? is bush really that interesting? i hope that you are not
intending to make him more interesting than some believe he might be!
does anyone remember the bush jr. of the home and loans period?

Date: Sun, 30 May 1999 04:29:16 EDT
Subject: appropriate non-toxic lingo

Ahoy frolicers in conscious garbage:

We must not further pollute our earth, so please consider the
possibilities of defoliating bush without herbicides !!!

Run with it -- to whatever colored house preferably not on the Potomac.

Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 23:59:27 EDT
Subject: GW is certainly not a bush league candiate

Thanks for this valuable web site. I am so glad to here of Gov. Bush's
bravado stand against too much freedom in general and pornographic
advertising in specific. He is certainly no bush league presidential
candidate. I am, however, quite envious of magazines he and Jeb had at their
disposal as youths. In my growing up years we had only religious tracts,
Reader's Digest and the occasional Good Housekeeping.
Keep up the good work. Your efforts might yet prevail. I believe the tide
is turning against the gun totting, bible thumping crowd that has so
threatened our democracy.

Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 20:09:03 EDT
Subject: Comments about your web site

I heard on the radio the other day that there was an individual or group in
the Northeast that had reserved 200+ domain names related to George W. Bush's
name or campaign for president. Later during that show, I heard that Mr.
Bush had indicated that freedom should have it's limits especially in cases
of individual,groups, companies reserving domain names that should be
reserved by default as related to trademarks, company or individual's names,

Well, I agree. You people responsible for this site represent the type of
platform, thoughts, agendas, Philosophies, political view that I will long
fight against by remaining a member of the conservative movement. Face it,
we all make mistakes especially the current sitting president. If we can
forgive him, which I have not, we can forgive anybody. Mr. Bush hasn't
even come close to the indecencies that Mr. Clinton has committed and
probably never will.

So I hope Mr. Bush can and will take legal action against your group and I
hope you have to pay out of the a__.

Best Regards

A real conservative for George W. Bush

From: "Drew Liberty" <>
Subject: neat site but.......
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 12:59:58 PDT

I like the website but it is very misleading. Some people may mistake it for
the real Bush site since you say nothing on your website about it being a

Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 10:41:59 -0500 (CDT)
From: Paul <>
Subject: epic website

hey, lay off insulting the little Shrub. After all, he has only formed an
"Exploratory Committee." I mean, he has not decided to run yet. Well,
never mind. The Internet is insignificant anyway.

sarcastically yours,
Paul Lamping

Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 10:58:34 EDT
Subject: How come?

How come when I click through this site I end up on the official George W.
Bush site? Has he hacked onto your system or is this part of the parody?If he
has hacked on -- file charges!

Wally Meyer

From: "Joseph Kadlubowski" <>
Subject: Another site
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 06:40:01 -0500

So this is a parody, eh?

Open parallel sites for Al Gore and W.J. Clinton. Should be fun to compare.

Anybody get the feeling that most politicians are not worth a damn?

What can they do besides create more laws and raise taxes? I can't tell you
how sick I am of feel-good legislation and finger-in-the-wind politics, most
of which is unencumbered by an iota of rational thought of the ultimate

I am slightly more conservative than Attila the Hun, but I believe you have
every right to speak your piece. The day that our elected Pols start
mucking around with what's OK to say and what's not is the day I drag out
the Starship and take off on my own SETI search. (Some seats are still

Don't let the bureaucrats of any flavor get you down!

Joe K.

From: "Luis Vazquez" <>
Subject: Kewl Website
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 01:18:41 -0400

Please keep up the good work on exposing what little =
Georgie boy is all about, just the fact that he is trying to get you off =
the web gives us a little glimpse of what the country would be up =
against if he or any other right-wing fanatic gets into the =
WhiteHouse.This is the same guy who makes a mint charging outrages =
prices for hotdogs and softdrinks at the Texas Rangers games and then he =
and his campaign henchmen have a cow when you demand a pretty penny for =
your website.It seems like the Republicans only want what the markets =
demands when they are the ones doing the selling, but when the shoe is =
on the other foot they whine like they have been doing for six years =
since President Clinton trounced them twice.Keep up the parodies on Boy =

Subject: Re: Your Bush parody
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 20:39:04 -0500
From: Ken Offer <>

To the authors of this parody:

While I am a Libertarian and support a different presidential candidate
than either the Democrats or Republicans will be offering, I still find
your parody site amusing. Political satire is sometimes the best form of
wit (even when I disagree with it).

However, I must point out the basic tenant of the libertarian philosophy:
you are not free to initiate the use force or fraud against others.

Its my opinion you should clearly identify the site as a parody on the
home page. Otherwise, it is my belief Bush is within his rights to sue
you for slander or defamation of character, which are forms of fraud.

But, that is just my uninformed opinion. I'm not a lawyer, I don't know
how the law is currently interpreted, I can't say how a court would react
or even if Bush would decide to sue you. And I don't know if you care
either way.

Since this is still almost a free country, you can do as you please. We
all rolls our dice and takes our chances in life.

Good day.

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 20:39:03 -0400
From: Brad R Morello <>
Subject: (no subject)

Writing is what writing does.
This web site shows some real intelligence. I'm sure glad I
don't have any.


From: "Davros" <>
Subject: T-Shirt idea!
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 19:01:08 -0500

I'll vote for the guy if YOU make shirts with the rumored photo of George
W. Bush dancing NAKED on a bar!

From: "SamGman" <>
Subject: Comparison
Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 16:20:28 -0400

Anything GW Bush has done pales in comparison to Slick Willy.

BTW, Gore was a rich kid, just like Kennedy and FDR.

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 12:14:46 -0700
From: Steven <>
Subject: Bravo

I'm so glad george jr. is clueless enough to rail against your site to
the media.

I probably never would have had the pleasure of reading it if he hadn't.

Keep up the good work,

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