Re: Re:Bush's statements are a pile of defecation

William Tinker (wtinker@fcgnetworks.net)
Wed, 22 Dec 1999 19:05:44 -0500


12-22-99
John,
I couldn,t have said it any better,or with any more passion!
The more I see his face on TV  the more I want to elect our local dog
catcher governor!
I really think that Tony Hearn is a man with a mission, and old George
"Dubyah"aka the "shrub"Bush current Governor of Texas should tread very
carefully,and perhaps he should cite personal problems and with draw from
the race ,he needs a lot more grooming because he is not on top of
things,such as disabled,and displaced persons civil and human rights!
Another thing we sent his campaign headquarters the SF action plan to end
homelessness as a model,he has not even acknowledged he got it. At least Al
Gores is a on our NHhomeless@egroups.com  as a active member so he does at
least  have an interest in what we do have to say .
So each time we have an exchange such as this of ideas they get a copy to by
e-mail. Hey it keeps them honest,I tried to get councillior Jakobek from
Toronto to join our egroup but he was shy.....Hehehehe!  "A Brother in Peace
and In Strife"  Bill Tinker   PS.Thanks for your input John it is more than
welcome!                            ----- Original Message -----
From: john macpherson <nyceguy50@yahoo.com>
To: William Tinker <wtinker@fcgnetworks.net>
Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 1999 5:31 PM
Subject: Re:Bush's statements are a pile of defication


> Gov Bush jogs frequently with Mayor Watosn frequently
> who meets weekly with Joyce Pullman the liason between
> the Homeless, service providers, and churches whhere I
> sit as the independant Homeless Advocate and saerve
> through providing services to my fellow homeless.
>  the city Provides no fundging nor does the state.
> United Way is a large source of match funding.
>
> --- William Tinker <wtinker@fcgnetworks.net> wrote:
> > 12-21-99
> >  Tony Hearn,and  All,
> >
> > Is this the treatment you get too,from
> > politicians,this is wrong he
> > circumvented the whole issue just like our Governor
> > Jeanne Shaheen does .
> >
> > It is a sad day in the history books when you can
> > not get a straight un
> > adulterated answer to a question you asked..And I
> > believe that the question
> > is one that desrves a realistic view instead of some
> > broad reply that is not
> > even close to what you wrote and asked them about
> > in the first place!
> >
> > And these people want to return to office!!! OH my
> > word we must deny them
> > this because they are not in touch with reality at
> > all.
> >
> > "A Brother In Stife And In Peace" Bill Tinker
> >
> > PS. Tony don,t give up we need some one to be his
> > conscience in
> > Texas,because this is his character flaw[lack of
> > compassion and spouting
> > religeous views that he does to impress the bible
> > belt but not me. I am
> > afraid you could not buy my vote "Shrub"]...Thanks
> > for keeping in touch
> > Tony,it is appreciated whole heartedly!
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Tony Hearn <thearn@thewestgategazette.com>
> > To: William Tinker <wtinker@fcgnetworks.net>
> > Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 1999 11:09 PM
> > Subject: Lttr from George W. Bush to homeless
> > advocate
> >
> >
> > > The following letter from Gov. George W. Bush was
> > received by Tony
> > > Hearn. A response was sent via email.
> > >
> > > <P>In a letter to Austin homeless advocate Tony
> > Hearn, dated Dec. 17,
> > > Texas Governor George W. Bush, who is also seeking
> > the Republican
> > > presidential nomination, wrote the following:
> > >
> > > <P>"Thank you for your message about assistance
> > for the homeless in
> > > Austin.
> > >
> > > <P>"I believe that all residents of the Lone Star
> > State deserve safe,
> > > affordable housing. Although I understand that you
> > would like me to
> > > intervene, opening another shelter in Austin is a
> > decision that must be
> > > addressed by local officials. I encourage you to
> > continue working with
> > > these officials to find solutions to this
> > problewm.
> > >
> > > <P>"I appreciate your continued concern for your
> > fellow Texans.
> > >
> > > <P>"Sincerely,
> > >
> > > <P>George W. Bush"
> > >
> > > <P>Tony Hearn had written Gov. Bush asking him to
> > encourage the mayor of
> > > the capital city of Texas, Austin, to open an
> > emergency overflow shelter
> > > for women and children who were on waiting lists
> > at existing shelters.
> > >
> > > <P>Tony responds to Gov. Bush:
> > >
> > > <P>Dear Governor:
> > >
> > > <P>I am heartened that you believe all residents
> > of Texas deserve safe,
> > > affordable housing.
> > >
> > > <P>In my letter to you, I asked you to perform a
> > simple act: ask Austin
> > > Mayor Kirk Watson who has an office only two
> > blocks from your mansion to
> > > consider opening an emergency shelter for homeless
> > women and children in
> > > the capital city of the state which you serve as
> > governor. Apparently,
> > > you believe you cannot make a simple request for
> > the demonstration of
> > > compassion upon the poor by local officials.
> > >
> > > <P>Aside from the fact that I am amazed that you
> > did not read my request
> > > to you correctly (I did not ask you to open a
> > shelter; I asked you to
> > > encourage the mayor and council to open a
> > shelter), Governor, I feel
> > > great pity for you. You say you believe Texans
> > deserve safe, affordable
> > > housing, but you won't make the effort to ask the
> > mayor of Austin to
> > > solve this emergency in your own hometown. What is
> > belief without
> > > action? You told the nation that Christ is your
> > inspiration. Don't you
> > > think Christ would have you use your influence to
> > encourage local
> > > officials to be compassionate? Have you no notion
> > of a "bully pulpit?"
> > > How can you seek to be the leader of the free
> > world when you cannot even
> > > ask the mayor of your own hometown to look into
> > the matter.
> > >
> > > <P>You say "opening a shelter is a decision that
> > must be addressed by
> > > local officials." Opening a shelter is a decision
> > that must be made by
> > > local officials, but, Governor, it may be
> > addressed by all of us. And I
> > > would hope, Governor, because you have made
> > compassion such a prominent
> > > part of your campaign for president that you would
> > begin to address it
> > > in your own hometown. "Charity begins at home" is
> > a truism because it is
> > > true.
> > >
> > > <P>You write: "I encourage you to continue working
> > with these officials
> > > to find solutions to this problem." In simple
> > language, Governor, may I
> > > just respond: "ditto!" Perhaps, I expected too
> > much of you during your
> > > political activities.
> > >
> > > <P>Sincerely,
> > >
> > >
> > > <P>Brother Tony Hearn
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Sickening, isn't it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > > --
> > > Have a nice daze! {}
> > >                                    =
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> > >
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> > >
> >
> >
>
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