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L. Neil Smith's
Number 395, November 26, 2006

"The other parties are afraid to talk about the future.
We are the future."

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Letter from Mark Estes

Letter from Vince Losasso

Your claim to start the clock on the Democrats after the election rather than after they actually take power based on your lifelong observations that power is more social than political and if Bush ". . .were a dog instead of the Chimpanzee-in-Chief, he would have rolled over on his back, his legs in the air, his throat bared for Nan Francisco." is belied by Bush's announcement of the re-nomination of the John Bolton a mere 9 minutes after his well-publicized meeting with Nancy Pelosi. The further nominations of Gates as Secretary of Defense and William J. Haynes II, the Pentagon's general counsel who was involved in setting many of the interrogation policies for detainees; William G. Myers III, a longtime lobbyist for the mining and ranching industries and a critic of environmental regulations; Terrence W. Boyle, a district court judge in North Carolina; and Michael B. Wallace of Mississippi, a lawyer rated unqualified for the court by the American Bar Association.for Federal appeals court is far more provocative than submissive with respect to Democrats.

Quit dancing and just own up to jumping the gun.

Mark Estes

[We're not dancing, we actually did it this way on purpose. I don't know why people find that confusing or impossible to understand—Editor]

Dear Mr. Ed,

No, it's not contact from the approving ghost of RAH, it's just a freedom lover who could not resist taking the address when it showed up as available.

The hypertext link below explains everything, I believe. I only wanted to ask someone far more competent than I am at expressing themself, well. . . How did I do?

I enjoy discussing my opinions on freedom and in particular the second amendment but my opinion is that I have far to go when it comes to eloquence and clarity.

If you could spare a moment to read from the link below I would certainly appreciate your thoughts. I tried to send this to Neil as well but he has a new email which I cannot find.

Thank you, and Regards to you (and everyone at the Libertarian Enterprise),

Vince Losasso

[How about it Readers? How'd he do? Any tips, suggestions?—Editor]

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