YR848 It Couldnt Hurt

TROY ANTHONY DAVIS- READ EMAIL
http://ncadp.org

NON-VOTERS: IT COULDN’T HURT

FANNIE FREDDIE
shareholders get 0 – wealth confiscation
—govt will own mortgage- possible instead of foreclosure you will pay rent to govt and then feudalism again
karmabanqueradio.com for more info

total us economy is 12trillin/yr

JOHN MCCAIN PART OF KEATING 5

dog shelters doubling- flooding & foreclosures

Your short and polite note asking the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles to grant clemency to Troy Anthony Davis may be e-mailed, faxed and/or mailed via postal mail today or sent for overnight delivery by Thursday.

The State Board of Pardons and Paroles
Floyd Veterans Memorial Building
Balcony Level, East Tower
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, S.E.
Atlanta, GA 30334-4909

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (404) 657-9350
Fax: (404) 651-8502 and/or (404) 651-6670

5 thoughts on “YR848 It Couldnt Hurt”

  1. Why not vote? Well, because they probably won’t let you. And it seems most people could give a flying eff about democracy.

    While everyone was distracted by the Jerry Springer show going on in St Paul last week, key battle states across the country last week were purging thousands of voters.

    In Colorado, they had the largest purge of voters in the state’s history. Almost all of the purged voters were black.

    In New Mexico, half of an entire town of Latinos were purged from the voter polls.

    But let’s just tune back into the Jerry Springer show. More fun.

    http://www.gregpalast.com/obama-doesn%E2%80%99t-sweat-he-should/#comment-7058

    http://www.alternet.org/democracy/92695/?page=entire

  2. I had to look up the Keating 5. I remember that mess with Keating, I didn’t know McCain was part of it.
    Either he smelled something was up or just wasn’t sure what to do, so he bowed out early and got a slap on the wrist.
    If McCain wins, I think I’ll leave the U.S. as there’s no good future left here with him as a leader.

  3. Playing “Money” from Cabaret at the end wasn’t such a cliché. When you think of the context of Europe in the 1930s and the U.S. today it’s what I’d call compelling.

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