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Has anyone checked out Worldnet Daily today ??????

THIS IS A MUST READ !!!!!!!!!!

Hope that's correct......


-- Paul & Sandy Stambaugh (, February 02, 1999


Try this:


-- Ray (, February 02, 1999.

Thanks Ray,

I'm still having problems getting those right !!!!!!!!! But will keep trying :)


-- Paul & Sandy Stambaugh (, February 02, 1999.

An earlier thread relates very closely to this. Very scary stuff.

-- d (, February 02, 1999.

Just a reminder that Clinton is not a "lone nut." He's part of a larger group of interested parties. Their story is told in Carroll Quigley's "Tragedy and Hope." Quigley was singled out by Clinton and praised as his Cambridge U. mentor in his inaugural address.

Buy one copy to read (and surrender to the authorities) and one copy to bury so posterity might know what hit us.


-- E. Coli (, February 02, 1999.

Thanks so much for the link and article. What an interesting article it was. I hope it is not true, but it makes a terrible amount of sense. I will keep my fingers crossed.

Thanks Again,


-- PMM (, February 02, 1999.

Go by Ray;'s address though...not Paul and Sandy's...they have a typo.


-- PMM (, February 02, 1999.

Looks like it's time to get busy. When you have all of the email addresses of the senate and congress in your email program, it is very simple to send a mass message.

"The vast number of members of the House and Senate are silent on the various Clinton scandals. They are silent out of fear. They fear the polls that tell them Clinton has a strong approval rating. We must flood every member of congress with letters, e-mail, faxes, and phone calls to give them the courage to support what is right, not what is politically easy. Encourage, do not be critical. Use positive reinforcement whenever your elected representatives respond favorably.

Make it a daily task to write, call, e-mail, or fax at least one of your elected leaders. Educate and inform, but keep it brief and to the point."

-- Bumble (, February 02, 1999.

Personally, I think it's going to be funny as hell if Clinton assumes the reins for another term due to a y2k "national emergency". I have always felt the man was being unfairly castigated and that he is no worse than his predecessors. But let's spin some more yarns on how the CFR is going to turn us into Nazi mutants so us Yourdonites look like a bunch of fools.

Remember folks, if voting could change the system it would be outlawed.

-- a (a@a.a), February 03, 1999.

Personally, I find it very hard to get worried about what the government might be trying to do after the year 2000. If y2k is bad enough for them to move in, which I expect they will during late 99, then it will be bad enough for them to have none of the infrastructure to enforce or rule over anything. And who would want to rule over a nation of starving people in chaos? They will be spending all of their time and energy protecting themselves from the situation. Why would military people stay on to enforce the rules in a time where all bets are off and their own families are in danger? I just can't see it myself.

IMHO, Lora

-- Lora Ereshan (, February 03, 1999.

Once again, my standard challenge:

Show me exactly where some EO is unconstitutional.

-- No Spam Please (, February 04, 1999.

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