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Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 09:57:34 EDT

I was standing close by when that picture was taken. It appeared that Mr.
Bush poked the man in the nipple and said something about Al Gore. Do you
have any additional information about what was said? I would love to know.

Alice Lignitio

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 09:57:55 -0400
From: Dan Francis <>
Subject: create affilaite banner

This guys statements are out of line. We are tired of the Texan ignorance
from Howard Stern to the Internet. They shoudl let them be their own
country and once they are, bomb it.

Offer a GWBUSH.COM banner link and distribute it. You will see your visits
increase ten fold.
Create the first political affiliate program.

Editor's note: Suggestion taken! Soon to be posted more prominently:

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 12:58:15 EDT
Subject: whitney houston photo

Brilliant. They must be freaking out at the Bush campaign headquarters. Incidentally, the photo still of Whitney Houston with the saluting soldier in the campaign section of your website is from a movie that I made called "The Star Spangled Basher". I was delighted to see that you downloaded it from somewhere - where? cmg

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 12:14:25 EDT
Subject: larry sabato

While on the MSNBC web site this morning, noted Sabato's statement that
the Internet is "insignificant" as an influence in politics. The same AP
article states that in the last few weeks there have been over 6 million hits
on your site. Of course, Sabato, a U of Virginia political "scientist", spent
many hours on MSNBC pontificating on the impending removal of Clinton from
office last year, and generally lauding Starr's panty-sniffing.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 16:36:10 -0500
From: William M Edwards <>
Subject: "T'ain't Fair"


Georgy says your site isn't fair. Tell that to a Joe Sixpack, who's
been poluted, injured, maimed, or otherwise done in by a megabuck
corporation, now immune to lawsuit thanks to Bush and other GOP
rascals pushing thru the so-called "tort reform" law.

Another example of fair play, TX Governor style: Yesterday we saw
Georgy rush out to smear President Clinton with the Chinese Spy issue.
Ironically, Georgy's dad, who was prez or vice when most of the
damage was done, might have spotted the Chinks in our Armor
if he hadn't been so busy keeping Georgy from being prosecuted
for inside trading, Neil, ditto for selling out Silverado, and Jeb for
too many felonies to recite here. If insider trading is so fair, why is

it a federal crime?

Play Fair Three: Georgy either sits on his hands or manuevers
behind the scenes to keep Texas bigtime poluters poluting; to kill
the hate-crimes bill, and to kill any kind of meaningful gun laws.
But soon as the Legislature got within the magic 14 days of the
end of session (when no new bills can be introduced), there's the
Gov grandstanding for all the bills he opposed or condemning all
the ones he pushed.

Methinks My Fair Lady doeth protest too much.

William M. Edwards
Lt Colonel, US Army (Retired)

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 15:27:11 EDT
Subject: Keep up the Good work!

As the say, If Shrub can't take the heat, he should stay out of the kitchen.
Bill Clinton had to put up with much worse than this. I am sure that as
the election goes on we will only see more of Shrub's humorless, vile side.

From: "Ron Boyd" <>
Subject: Please Clarify
Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 11:32:37 -0700

Does this mean that Gov. Bush is against freedom of speech and political

As a staunch conservative I believe in the Bill of Rights. Please clarify
Mr. Bush's position.


Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 14:37:50 EDT
Subject: Our Next President

Hi There,
Just read all the good stuff about Shrub, Jr. on; he's my man!
He seems to be the type of individual who will carry on the fine
traditions established by William Jefferson Clinton. Mush-mouth policies,
decision-by-the-polls, invoking God, religion and family values at will,
feeling the pain of others, and probably finding another exotic part of the
world to demonize and to obliterate. But, in one way, he will be on a higher
level than Slick Willie: he won't accept blow jobs in the Oval Office.
Remember: the goal of politics is fun! I pledge a million bucks to the
Your Buddy, Burt from
Kingsville, TX

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 15:33:02 -0700
From: hauna moore <>
Subject: (no subject)

In reading what other people have to say about your web site, I am
shocked to learn how many people are not hip to the concept of a
mocking. Do you think these people are capable of buying apples and not
oranges? They are both fruits.

From: "Paul & Lili Breiter" <>
Subject: 'whatever it takes'
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 17:29:24 -0700

your website is an answer to prayers. What could be more frightening
than the prospect of another Bush in the White House? It has even made such
revolting alternatives as 'Liddy' and McCain seem attractive. This family
is certainly major league in its sliminess, lack of principle, egotism, and
devotion to deception, etc. When Sr. was up for re-election, he said he
would do whatever it takes to win. Well, I hope you will do whatever it
takes to wipe Jr. off the political map, and what better way to accomplish
that than by exposing him and his family for what they are and what they
have done. How about more on insider trading, links to yakuza, CIA
shenanigans, Silverado, Iran-Contra, Brown Brothers Harriman and the Nazis,
to name just a few? (were GB Sr. and Noriega closet lovers????)
keep up the good work!
Paul Breiter

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 14:19:02 -0700
From: (Sepulveda, Michael)
Subject: Not much...

With all the hype about you site in the media, I expected better.
Just the same old garbage (conspiracies) that you accuse the "Far Right"

of dredging up.

You guys ought to go join "John Birch"


Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 15:43:35 -0700 (PDT)
From: Pete Freans <>
Subject: Humorous or Defamatory?

I must admit that your site has its humorous moments. As I read on,
however, I wondered whether I was reading comedy or a deliberate intent
to deceive the public. If I was watching, for example, Saturday Night
Live, and one of the cast members was poking fun at Ted Koppel's
"Nightline", I think I could tell the difference from Mr. Koppel's
actual broadcast at 11:30pm on weeknights, and SNL on Saturday. As
well as Koppel is played, I think most people could spot the actor.
Unfortunately, your site appears obvious in its intent to deceive.
There is nothing which allows me to differentiate fact from fiction.
In any other medium, that would be called defamation. I suppose a
prominent disclaimer would have kept me quiet. Absent such, the
disemination of falsehoods is not very funny afterall.

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 20:37:20 EDT
Subject: We cannot trust the Bushes...........

Like Father like it is said......I wouldn't trust any of
them.........They have all been involved in devious machinations which have
been indirect, sneaky, shifty, and underhanded. (not to be trusted)!!
One Bush in the WhiteHouse was too much. He did enough damage....Why does
this family believe they have the ability to lead this nation??? NOT...

The following is an excerpt from a transcription of a talk given on March 28,
1993, by Robert
Parry, former AP and Newsweek journalist and now independent journalist.
Parry was one of the first reporters to break the story of Iran-Contra, and
one of the first to report on the drug angle in Iran-Contra.
Parry later pursued the strong evidence that Reagan and Bush made an all-out
effort to sabotage Jimmy Carter's efforts to get the prisoners released
before the November election.

Parry says,
-"I kept saying first of all George Bush knew it and we should have told the
people about it in 1988 when he was running for president - we knew what he
knew, we knew that his stories were absolutely the most implausible, idiotic,
embarrassing cover stories imaginable and they should not have been treated
with the kind of respect they were treated with and we should definitely have
pursued that. We also knew that there was a a cover-up going on - which I
kept insisting on even though Newsweek kept trying to retract it...

He explains the changes in journalism: ( Bush able to control the media????)

"What we have now, and its continuing into this new era, is the Reagan-Bush
press corp. It's the press corp that they helped create - that they created
partly by purging those, or encouraging the purging of those who were not
going along..."

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 15:59:23 -0400
From: Staff <>

You haven't mentioned on your web site that GWBUSH likes to play
"the most dangerous game" with government mind control victims like
Cathy O'brien.
Learn the Rules to the Most Dangerous Game by reading Cathy's book
The TranceFormation of America. Why not make Cathy O'brien an honorary
of your committee since she has lived to tell us how evil this man
really is.

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 18:52:19 -0800
From: Jim Harrington <>
Subject: Conflict Resolution

Is true that Governor Bush favors a return to trial by combat to give
determined "little guys" a better chance against corporados? We
understand that some companies are investigating new style law firms,
such as Gog and Magog as well as the feared RoboLaw cyber attorney? If
so how can senior citizens and ordinary persons hope to prevail any more
than they can against, say, Burton, Batton, Barton, Durston & Osborn
TM ?
a Libertarian

From: (Karen Landers)
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 23:46:25 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Hottest Site On The Web!

The next thing you need to put up is a tote board of how much taxpayer
money the Bush family has stolen! From Neil's flyer with Silverado,
Jebbie's pump deal with Nigeria and GDubya's oil and sport team deals.
We've bought and paid for these boys and they should be our slaves not
ruling us! That tote board would start in the megamillions from what is
just on the surface. Of course Jeb promised to pay back all he stole as
soon as he was elected Governor of Florida.
I love you guys---Karen

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 00:03:20 -0400
From: "Kevin L. Abbott" <>


From: "Judy Harvey" <>
Subject: gwbush site
Date: Tue, 22 May 1990 15:06:53 -0500

I thought freedom of speech was especially important when it came to =
politics. I read the article in the Dallas morning news about Governor =
Bush trying to close down this site.What gives? I happen to have voted =
for him myself , but can't agree with his actions in this matter. Thanks =
for listening. Judy Harvey

From: tetsuo kogawa <>
Date: Wed, 26 May 99 17:36:00 +0900
Subject: Impressed

I think that the Bush campaign should fight with you on the level of
satire if they felt annoyed with your site. However, it seems that
they lack such a creative potentiality.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 05:57:36 -0400
From: Joe <>

You guys are great! Me and my girlfriend were laughing for about 10
minutes about our Special Friend's interpretation of 'freedom'!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 06:09:25 -0400
From: Ben <>
Subject: Good Show

Great site! Best of the Best!
Sad to see the Texans don’t get it.
“Only the serious can laugh” – Federico Fellini said that.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 03:11:39 -0700 (PDT)
From: "nathan k. tobey" <>
Subject: keep up the good work

Glad to see that you cats are enjoying yourselves and doing a bit of
public good at the same time.
Nathan Tobey

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 06:53:30 -0400
From: Elypso <>
Subject: Your Non-Indigo Site

The use of non-indigo blue on your so-called site is excessive and will no
doubt lead to defenseless children leaning down to peer at the floors of
wading pools, which is exactly the sort of view that sick pederasts like
you seem always to enjoy. I look at your site and ask myself why, I repeat,
why should free speech allow for the rights of scum like you to start
incorrect rumors about a man who clearly went to Harvard.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 06:29:12 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Michael E. Bray" <>

die die die!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 18:46:36 -0500
From: Rico <>
Subject: Letter to bush jr

This site is updated constantly
If anybody has more post a letter to the
site & I will respond.

This site is great. My wife & I are both
and very conservative but we both hate the right

The whole bush family are crooks, murderers, drug
dealers, drug users, con-men, and liars.

I wonder when Jennifer Fitzgerald will write her
If she does her mistress bush sr will have her shot.

God Bless

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 06:58:23 -0500
From: Myron Turner <mturner@cc.UManitoba.CA>

Keep up the great work on GWBush! It seemed to me early on that he was
ready to forgive no one but himself. This came clear in his handling of
death row inmates, whom he lets perish in spite of clear rehabilitation,
after long years of incarceration. There's nothing like sending people to
their deaths in order to serve one's political ambitions.

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 03:06:30 -0400
From: Staff <>
Subject: Cathy O'brien

Wait till the world hears about mkultra victim Cathy O'brien and her
story of having to run naked for her life from gun toting GW.
Read about The Most Dangerous Game in her book
The TranceFormation of America.
I think the reason Bush is so pissed off is that you're mentioning
the TRUTH regarding the Bush family connections with drugs and nazi's.
You might want to hot link the George Bush:Unauthorized Biography web
site at and really piss him off.
Good luck and if you ever decide to let go, my staff will be
glad to handle it.

From: "Daniel W. Krueger" <>
Subject: your site
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 09:39:22 -0400

love it!

GW can go pound salt (maybe instead of his wife and kids)!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 10:41:03 EDT

Here's a good internet site to help you keep your eye on GWB

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 10:46:15 -0400
From: (Fernando Mancuello)

Kudos "Bush"!! You made my day.

Date: Wed, 26 May 99 11:20:46 -0000
From: "Will K. Wilkins" <>

You guys are great!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 08:35:08 -0700
From: "L.A. Access Video" <>
Subject: He should ask his daddy??

Maybe GWBush should ask his daddy why he and his daddys friends let the
chineese take our top secret secrets??
any thoughts?

From: "Kevin Gainer" <>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 12:27:20 -0400

Very interesting, indeed. Keep up the Good Work!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 20:23:34 -0700
From: Russ Buchner <>
Subject: Yo Bush Babies

I think a Bush Presidential bid would be a hoot!!!
The guy is a real live bozo!!!!
Freedom of speech should be limited!!! What a guy!!!!
He and his dad speak the same bozo language!!!!!
: )

From: "Mike Metyko" <>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 19:23:20 -0500

You guys should get a life. Can't you add anything creative and =
constructive to life's experience. This is boring crap.

From: "Edward Horwitz" <>
Subject: Billy blythe
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 20:15:09 -0400

How about a billy blythe web site with a horses rear as the logo. The =
motto should be "I'm a paid agent of the Peoples Republic of China."

Don't stop there. How about an Al Gore site. Call it "No controlling =
legal authority."
A Ted Kennedy site: "This car won't drive over water."
A Monica Site: "Yes, I'm as dumb as I look."
A Hillary site: "I'm sorry, I can't Recall."
A Gingrich and Nadel site: "Sorry, this page's not big enough"
A John Glen site: "I left my outer space."
A pat Buchannan site: "I hate you and I'm proud to be an American!"
A Barney Frank site: "Lets NOT go there please."
An Ann Lewis site: "I can Lie with a straight face better than you."
A lanny Davis site: "Nobody does it better (and doesn't Bill miss me!)
A Dan Quayle site: "One potatoe, two potatoe, three potatoe four..."
Eat Your Hearts Out.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 18:27:32 -0600
From: patrick ross immel <>
Subject: Deah guvna bush

i knows you is da hangin; govna an a lotta crimnals has been kilt in
drug ovados prograhm well i jis wanna tell ya, keep up th good werk.
yuse an i knose dat dem peeple of colah is mo likly' ta comit dem

but yoo bein' wite i knose yoo can keepum dowhn in da geddo.
ise gonna vode fer yoo cuz yoo gonna kepp wite foke numba wohn.
we of colah juz ain't reddy fer fool cidizenshib. gawd beleze yee guvna.
goege washtin green.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 17:47:34 -0700
From: wdharry <>
Subject: hey, you guys are kidding, but....

bush is strictly bush....

that guy is gonna do his 'titanic' impression, and mouth,
insert foot....poor George Bush, he was born with a silver foot in his
mouth....quote from ann richards....
this china policy started with his daddy/and he is hitting
clinton for the china policy....he is road kill for the democrats...they
will grind him up....i want to head up the 'democrats for bush'
campaign....that oughta be a big movement, since he is the GOP choice
for democrats who want to win the white house....

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 21:08:21 -0400
From: Lionel Langevin <>
Subject: What a wonderful site?

I love your site because it is so impartial and enlightening. Especially
the picture of Gov. Bush with his head up his a__. Really shows a bunch of
objective class?
This site is a good example how low American politics has descended into
the sewer.
I presume you think you are a genius for gobbling-up email addresses and
using the sites for this kind of garbage;fact is, it is scummy and on the
same illustrious plane as our present Presidential role model. I hope you
choke an this type of trash.
Lee Langevin
Greensboro GA

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 18:28:53 -0700
From: Karma <>
Subject: Limits to Freedom?!?!?!?

Well done with this website, anything to help Torpedo this asshole I
Keep it up.

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 22:50:25 -0500
From: "chuck.bower" <>
Subject: God, America is great!

I love it!

Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 23:53:37 -0400
From: "Dave Rietz (" <>
Subject: hits

Two million hits in less than a week! Shades of "heavensgate".

I have been busting my chemical-damaged butt for the past three years
trying to get to enough of the 200 million clueless victims of aspartame
poisoning (only 500,000+ so far) fast enough to get something done about
the genocide for profit from a cumulative toxic soup that was never proven
safe... and is not an effective diet aid.

Robert Cohen has been trying to get the over 250 million clueless
victims of the dairy myth for about two years... with only about 200,000 hits.

Millions of victims going uninformed about daily health problems that
could be reversed and even cured by the elimination of a couple of bad
substances. The media looks the other way because we are talking about
100's of billions of dollars at risk in the media (ads), medical system,
drugs, congress and more.

What gets the headlines? Bad politics (as usual these days), deep
throat hussies who suck up the headlines, and lost kids who do horrible
acts because of inattentive (uncaring?) parents and dysfunctional school



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Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 21:03:43 -0700
From: "J. Fred Muggs" <>
Subject: Brilliant!!

I have to say this is as clear as a representation of what free speech
is on the Internet. Just imagine what other limitations he would
propose if he were to win office...

Whoo Flung Poo

Date: Fri, 28 May 1999 01:29:10 -0400
From: Bill <>

Bush's 'limits to freedom' quote is interesting because it
reflects the (usually unspoken) desire of certain market
segments to suppress this potential of the Internet."


Subject: Suggestion for website
Date: Thu, 27 May 1999 00:29:51 -0500

Across the nation people are thinking that George Bush being the governor of
the State of Texas has given him the experience that he would need to be the
President of the United States. Other times, they just say that he "looks
like a winner."
I think a good section to add to your website would be an overview of the
true power (or lack thereof) that the governor of Texas has. Like many of
the Deep South states, the Texas government was designed by a bunch of
ex-confederate soldiers who wanted to make sure the government had no power
over them and could not be corrupted. As far as the corruption goes, well,
their plan backfired. The governorship of Texas is essentially a really
'safe' job-it's really hard to do something that makes you look unpopular.
The only time someone ever got impeached was in 1917 when Governor Jim
Ferguson had a bunch of enemies in congress (sounds a lot like the last two
U.S. impeachments, no?). If you would like, I could send you a list of the
limited powers that the Texas governor has (with sources if needed).
For example, the most powerful action the state governor can take is a
post-adjournment veto. The Texas congress cannot override this-but of
course, Bush would never dare to anger the lobby-led congress (and I do mean
lobby-lead; they WRITE most of the actually bills instead of just making
suggestions) by taking such a bold stand.