Re: displaced and disabled rights,answer to candidate Bill

unclescam (
Sat, 18 Dec 1999 16:58:41 -0500

say bill i seem to have missed mr bradley's response on that forum. what did he
say at the time?
William Tinker wrote:

> 12-18-99
> Dear William Bradley;
>  Bill I was in Londonderry,NH, when you were talking to us on a forum for
> disabilities GSILF put it on Larry Robinson,I am a member,!
>  I appreciate your response and you are correct it would be a very boring
> world if we were all yes men now wouldn,t it but my concerns are that we do
> have some serious problems reaching our politicians once they reached the
> podium...Some forget how they got there and flip flop on issues the are
> serious enough to lose the game on!
>  Do you get where I am coming from,now there are aout 220,000 displaced and
> disabled voters of all areas of out state magnify that by each state there
> are up words of 40,000,000 people that are either disabled or displaced  in
> america please do not make the mistake that our votes don,t count because we
> are organizing and we will vote for one of our own soon,..I believe that
> once a politician has been in office for 4 years he has become a bought
> man,and owes far to many favors and can no longer fuction freely as he once
> did when he was first elected.
> You see it all the time even on the judicial level to many favors causes a
> loss of faith in accountability,and also a politician needs to be a tried
> and true member of the"LIARS" club,you know the fish story the ones that got
> away...?
> I liked you as a ball player Bill,you were great I am sorry you don,t think
> the displaced and disabled are worthy enough to pander to because I think if
> you did you might have a fighting chance...Oh that air silence when you were
> talking to us in Londonderry in November,that made you look a bit  inept
> thats only to  this untrained ungroomed persons opinion though,you can take
> it or leave it...
> I just want you to know I e-mailed every one else on the homeless and
> disabled persons human rights and I think some of them caught the ball and
> are starting to score points....
> Politically speaking good luck...William "Bill" Tinker