2009-01-16 / Letters

November 4 Is Not Over

Dear Editor,

I know it has been proven that "We the People" are not afraid to stop, block, or rock a nation when it comes to participating in building, re-building, or tearing down a "ME Program."

What I've always meant by a "ME Program" is a city, state, local, or federal government that does not represent all people.

MTA boycott, see you there. Bloomberg greed, mischief behavior, you pay. Police brutality, everybody pays. They mentioned the $400 homeowners' rebate check and what expenses it would cover. Library cost. Children only attend the library maybe three to four times a week. $400 is a high price to pay for free books.

Let's talk about the $4.5 million chair lawsuit New York Detective Anderson Alexander, now Deputy Sheriff in the state of South Carolina, took the money and ran. If anyone can reach him, can you ask him to Western Union $400 via Bloomberg?

Al-Quaeda, listen up bully. I personally have more respect for a neighbor who threatens to whip my a** than I do for a neighbor who does not know my a**. I doubt that we have what you're looking for anyway. We're broke! But, if you have $400, can you Western Union it via Bloomberg? Oh, take those damn sheets off your face or people will think you look like me. Stop the bull! Life isn't fair, its fare money. Ask MTA, we're already blowing up.

Dear Dr. Feel Good, if I refuse to be judged by the contents of my character, what makes you think I want to

be judged by the kind of medication

I take? Come on, doc, legal drugs are becoming just as dangerous as illegal drugs. You're messing with people's minds. No one believes people when they do not take medication. Ask Bush. Can you send $400 via Bloomberg? I know you have it. Let's see $400 times 400 million people. Deficit cleared.

SHEILA MATTHEWS

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