VOTERS ARE MAD AS HELL, AND AN ANTI-INCUMBENCY TSUNAMI IS GOING TO HIT ON NOVEMBER 7, 2006.
Yes, indeed we voters are mad as hell. That Peter Finch/Howard Beale character from the movie Network would have no problem agitating today for us to get up out of our chairs, go over to the window, throw it open and yell as loud as we can, "We're as mad as hell, and we're not going to take it anymore." Then, after that, on November 7th, we really "mad as hell" voters will go off to the polling booth and vote against as many incumbents as we can.
Voters are not going to take it anymore from Jack Abramoff, Tom Delay, Bob Ney, Duke Cunningham, and William Jefferson. They also don’t want to put up with those guys’ unindicted co-conspirators, enablers, and aiders and abettors in D.C. who have been screwing us over for as long as we can remember. Some of these criminals have been outed but there are hundreds more in the woodwork, and the Capitol Building just needs to be plain fumigated.
An anti-incumbent tsunami can hit on Election Day, but it is up to the voters.
We have a hell of a powerful tool at our fingertips – the Internet. Let’s use it.
Let’s get going.
Send emails to newspapers, TV and radio stations, friends, acquaintances, favorite pets, co-workers, and anyone else you can think of, telling them you are as mad as hell and are not going to take it anymore.
If any voters want, I'll give you email addresses to send to.
Or you give me email addresses you would like me to email to, and I'll do it.
Contact me at ECampaigner06@aol.com
And, oh yeh, catch a viewing of Peter Finch/Howard Beale as soon as you can:
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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
In response to my decision to open Inside Zebster up as a forum for others' opinions and viewpoints leading up to the November 7 election, we have this submission by E-Campaigner 2006.