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Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 13:03:30 -0700 (PDT)
From: Steve Morris
Subject: No Sense of Humor

Cocaine use is not going to kill his candidacy, but his pettiness and lack of sense of humor might. When Bush goes after GWBUSH.COM, it shows that he is too small minded to be president.

I never heard of the website until Bush's goons started threatening it, so his strategy backfired badly.


From: PUORI@aol.com
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 16:14:13 EDT
Subject: Great site

Why doesn't anyone mention the fact that Wyuh got elected to his first term as governor of Texas with money provided by the NRA and promising to pass the "right to carry" law in Texas. Which he did. Where was everyone when LaPierre was on TV bragging about how many governors they had put into place and how many more they were going to get???? This is a great issue to bring forward at this particular time. He got reelected because he had no real competition.

As a great,great grandaughter of one of the 300 colonists of Texas I am not impressed by the Bush clan. I guess they prove if you have enough rich backers, you can get rich yourself and buy an office.

From: "Mountaineer Productions"
Subject: Bush
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 06:56:50 -0700

As a Canadian citizen, I was appalled by Bush on his handling of a Canadian that was on death row. Canadian and American politicians tried to appeal to Bush with no avail. I feel his actions on this is not good policy and that his political ambitions have come to a cost to other people, some with their lives. I don't think a President with this type of history will be welcome in Canada.

From: davidkirkpatrick@cybertek.com
Date: Mon, 24 May 99 14:06:00 -0500
Subject: RE: More information for www.gwbush.com

Dear Roy and Liz,

I am sorry that I have not back to you sooner. I am one of several supporters of Darlie Lynn Routier who is currently on Texas' Death Row. You may want to take a look at her website. It is http://www.fordarlieroutier.org/. All of us that support Darlie are absolutely sure of her innocence. Many of us have written Governor Bush to take an honest look at Darlie's case, and have in all cases gotten a very callous reply from one of his subordinates. I have gotten three letters from a Shirley M. Green that apparently works for Governor Bush.

We have been very troubled by Governor Bush's attitude about the death penalty. He seemed to be very happy to have Karla Faye Tucker executed last year to show that Texas will execute women too. This year he has lobbied against a bill that would exclude the mentally challenged (I.Q. less that 65) from the death penalty. Most troubling of all to us is the execution of David Wayne Spence last year. DNA evidence was produced by Brian Pardo prior to Mr. Spence's execution, that proved that David Wayne Spence to be innocent of the murder. Governor Bush allowed the execution to proceed. It is a cinch bet that Jim Motox put Governor Bush in a political hot box when Governor Bush was forced to commute the sentence of Henry Lee Lucas.

Your website does a marvelous job of satirizing Governor Bush's positions on issues. I am sure you are much better at putting the right satirical bite in it. It might say something like Governor Bush is for a death penalty where the state does not discriminate even for innocence. That does seem to be his position.

Dave Kirkpatrick

From: cartwrt@american.edu
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 15:58:40 -0400
Subject: Your web-site is misleading

To whoever maintains the "Presidential Exploratory Committee" site:

You should be a bit more honest about your site and post a disclaimer specifically stating that you are NOT speaking for the Bush campaign. Otherwise, somebody might be misled into thinking that you do. I'm sure that you wouldn't want that would you? After all that would be a dishonest.

From: Chris Mulready
Subject: I don't think your site looks anything like the "official" one
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 13:25:07 -0700

Why the picture is different, the words are more action-oriented, and I like your choice of color.
 
Thanks so much for publicizing this stuff, authorized or not.  I always did kind of wonder about the oil connections in the Bush family.  Hopefully, he'll face these allegations head-on, and reveal a bit of the true underbelly of politicians...

From: "Chris Warden"
Subject: Purposeful Misrepresentation
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 22:02:50 -0700

I vigorously support your right to free speech and celebrate that we live in a country where all opinions can be part of the political discourse. Unfortunately, your methods speak more to misrepresentation. The banner of your site is misleading. It misrepresents both your intentions and affiliations. This seems to be very purposeful and fundamental to your design.

Your arguments, regardless of validity, loss credibility due to your blatant lack of ethics. I am not a supporter of Mr. Bush, but I endorse his campaigns move to have you be responsible. You should either close this site or change your design to reflect your true intentions. I am a bite embarrassed, since my first reaction to news stories had me automatically suspect fowl play on the behalf of his campaign. It is clear after having my own viewing, the intentional fowl play is yours.

It is unfortunate that you discredit to such great degree news that may be of vast importance.

Chris Warden
San Francisco, CA

From: Kevin Long
Subject: Thank You
Date: 24 May 99 09:12:20 -0500

Thanks for creating this site as it serves a great purpose of keeping us all informed. Don't let ol' Bush push ya around on this one either and don't let him purchase this site as he did last week with other sites. He would like to purchase anything that gets in his way of an election and if he could he would purchase the election itself!

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 10:21:31 -0700 (PDT)
From: Aaron Hurger
Subject: Financial Gain

I feel as a concearned citizen that what you are doing here is an
injustice to the American Democratic way of life. It is people such as
yourself that sit around make money instead of making a difference that
are the root of all evil in America today. Just because the Bush
committe did not want to purchase your domain name, is not just cause
to trash a greatmans reputation. It is people like you sir that cause
our
problems. If you feel the need to play with your web toys, try doing
something constructive with you resources. I truly think you are an
uneducated fool with too much money and time on your hands. Maybe you
should try volunteering with less fortunate childreen or something of
that nature. Your boguss website is wrong and should be taken down.
You sir are acting like a child throwing a temper tantrum because you
could not get your $350000 for your domain.

Good Day To You
May God Lead You In The Right Direction.

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 17:12:31 +0000
From: Chris Small
Subject: style

Nice job! A little heavy-handed in places, but you can
probably keep a lot of people going for quite a while.

From: mogar@concentric.net
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 13:06:13 -0400
Subject: George Dubya Rules!

Dear Govornor Bush:

I'm thrilled to finally find an honest politician. The frank admission
of your frequent use of cocaine (no wonder why you always are so
chipper!) is refreshing. You are a candidate I can get behind!

-Your devoted friend

P.S.- The Mrs. es muy bonita!

P.P.S.- heh

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 11:05:49 -0400
From: Josh Peters
Subject: You obviously have too much time on your hands.

Fools,

I have never seen such an idiotic website devoted to trashing an
individual in all of my web surfing experiences. I really hope you
don't think that this will fool anyone.

[Editor's note: No, we certainly don't.]

From: michaelsheridan@mindspring.com
Subject:
Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 08:10:54 -0000

Dear www.gwbush.com

I love your site. I think George W. is sexy and would appreciate you giving
him more "exposure". If any rumored photographs of George revealing his
true compassionate nature on a tabletop at soriety become available, please
post them on your website. Also, please notify when your t-shirts become
available for sale!

Your Truly,

Compassionate in CO

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 15:20:20 -0400
From: "John Wirth"
Subject: Florida's Bush

Boy have we learned here in Florida what a Bush can do. Good ole Jeb is
doing everything he can to turn the clock back on the rights of the
people. He passed a bill allowing people with concealed weapons to come
into the state easier as well as making it possible for more people to
get the permit. He passed a school voucher that works for the "rich"
people again.

People beware, look what's ahead if this clown gets elected. What's to
say Jeb doesn't find a place as well. Didn't we learn from George Sr as
president? How could we even think of another? Wait until GWB's back
ground is looked into, there will be more than he can handle, want to
bet Larry Flynt already has plenty?

JWWirth

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 22:28:15 -0500
From: Don Hill
Subject: Interesting...

A lot of allegations are unfounded and without proof. It is unfortunate
how you choose to lobby. In my personal and political views, your site
promotes Bullshit. Thank you for your time.

From: CWRULaw02@aol.com
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 17:47:54 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

This is rich. I do not much enjoy satire, but this site is getting so much
publicity I had to see for myself what all the hoopla was about. I love it!
You have the attention of Bush himself and prompted him to say something as
ridiculous as "There should be a limit on free speech." For those of us who
have been undecided to this point, his ridiculous comment on a website has
made the alternatives look much better. Thanks for the fun.

From: "daryl hykel"
Subject: Your Folly....
Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 14:42:41 PDT

Mr. Sirs:

With plenty of political folly to go around amongst the various presidential
candidates, it is curious that your group would
pick the GOP front-runner as the target of your barbs. While news reports
says you are a group of "concerned citizens"
targeting "corporate culture", I would bet you're affiliated with the
Democratic party on at least an informal basis, if not
actual paid consultants. Of course your own esteemed fuerer, Al Gore, has
more than his fair share of political hypocrisy,
including that pathetic speech in front of the Democratic National
Convention where he told the tale of his sister's untimely
demise due to the evils of tobacco- never mind the fact that he still has
interests in his family tobacco plantation. By
comparison, Mr. Bush's business follies consist of honest screw-ups, not
the documented blatant falsehoods attributed to
Gore. But of course, deception seems to be the stock-and-trade of "New
Democrats", as personified by Herr Clinton
himself.

Sincerely, "Concerned Citizen".

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 13:06:00 -0500
From: "Joseph M. Hall"
Subject: (no subject)

I LOVE YOUR WEBSITE.....
George Bush is so full of himself....he does know when to even laugh. He is a rich boy who has been GIVEN everything in this life.
The Dallas Morning News (or the Morning Snooze as we call it here in Dallas) has become the unofficial cheerleader for the "shrub's " campaign efforts. George W. Bush will NEVER be president. The American people can spot a phony from a mile away.
Keep up the great work...and DO NOT SELL THAT DOMAIN NAME!

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 08:30:55 -0700 (PDT)
From: Bruce Landwaster
Subject: keep up the good work!

I read some of the letters you've receive, and it saddens
me that some folks just dont get it.

the very fact that bush is trying to stifle your freedom of speech makes him a traitor to the ideas put down by our forefathers two hundred years ago.

do you have an e-mail address where i can reach the bush ppl?

Date: Mon, 24 May 1999 18:36:59 +1000 (EST)
From: B.Buckley@sca.usyd.edu.au (Brad Buckley)
Subject: Re: GEORGE W. BUSH JR. ATTACKS DRUGS AND FREE SPEECH

Great stuff and keep it coming. As we would say here in Australia "you are a bunch of stirrers".

Brad

From: MurfHaw@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 23:36:32 EDT
Subject: Great job.

I find your site very exciting, and I wish Bush and the rest of their goons will back off and leave it alone, after all the stuff that has been posted about Clinton and we never heard anything from the man bitching about it. Bush needs to get a life and care more about us that what is printed about him, that is politics and if he does not like it, then he should not be making plans to run for the presidency, or put up or shut up.
Thanks for the site.

From: VELOZ2000@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 16:21:50 EDT
Subject: Glad I found you: Subject: Compassionate deal and silence.

The idea to address the relentless Republican Conservatism as compassionate
is an attempt to deceive the Americans citizens into believing something that
it is not. Who are they going to fool? What It really means is that if the
Older Version of Dan Quayle is elected the republican rich people will foul
you up like they did during the dark ages of Reagan but now they will tell
you that they pity you. Someone should uncover this plot.

The silence of the republican front runner is clearly because if he opens
his mouth we will tell immediately what he is and what undesirable things he
stands for. So his campaign will not let him speak until it is too late to
change the candidate. Anyway it is a scam and even the republicans should
reject it.

Thanks for letting you know.

Juan A. Colon.

From: "Brent Ziemann"
Subject: Expression of Ignorance.
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 00:12:31 -0500

Well I can't say I was impressed with your web site because honestly I'm =
not. Never in my life have I seen such ignorance placed on a web =
site...It's easy to defame someone when they're right...and well that's =
what your doing to Mr. Bush. Anytime you through salt in a wound it =
burns. Bush is the salt in yours, since you obviously can't beat him =
you bash him. The democratic party is on the way out. Just look at =
what happend in Texas. For the first time in over a 100 years it's =
offices are held by republicans. You have no one to blame but the filth =
you put in the Whitehouse. But that will all change in 2000. Because =
you're fight against something you can't stop and that's 2 Chronicles =
7:14. From the White Water cover up to the Columbine Shootings it's =
spurred a Christianity Revolution. Take a lesson from history and =
prepare yourself for the awsome power of the Living God. The Revolution =
has started and it's coming back around right in your face. =20

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: "TED C KARADAVIS"
Subject: You suck
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 16:36:21 -0400

You friggen Democrates SUCK!!! I Know the only then you have to offer is =
FEAR itself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You will lose big time!

From: dwalsh@flash.net
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 17:04:18 -0500
Subject: (no subject)

What a shame. I voted for the governor's father. I voted for George W.
I trusted him to make the right decisions for our state. He has not
been a bad choice, but he continues to bring in his so called friends
to help run the business of the state. I'm speaking of people like
Elton Bomer, who got caught stealing for the state several years ago.
Like Todd Staples, who may call himself a conservative Republican but by
his own record on the Palestine City Council is in fact a bigger
government, Higher taxes, more government control politician. Like the
State District Judge in Palestine, Anderson County, Bascom Bentley, who
sues and threatens to sue everyone who opposes him for re-election
(specifically, Joe Bunton from Palestine, who was sued by Bentley for 9
million dollars). Who sited his only reason for changing parties
"because of his friendship with the Governor". The Governor shunned the
very able candidate for D.A. in Anderson County because of influence by
these very people.
Now with this said, George W. can pick his friends and normally I don't
judge a man by the company he keeps, but, when these friends and
associates fight the people in order to maintain control over the
public and I have tried to let the Governor know what is going on and
he ignores the facts then I have a problem with the governor.

From: JReese5491@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 20:39:39 EDT
Subject: Thanks for the same old line. And to Rico who is switching
parties--see below

I love to hear knee jerk liberals spouting the same old line. Especially
"Rico" who dramatically vows he is switching parties. As a former yellow dog
liberal I lapped dogged every thing I was told to do or say and that was one
of the things I was told to say with great emotion. Rico, if you think
anybody still believes that ole line then we could be in trouble. Please
don't stop though-- I need the gas that comes out of liberals who seem to be
hell bent to fix everyone elses sins and Alger can use it in his gas tank.
Have you ever noticed the liberals don't seem to laugh and be happy because
they are too busy fixing everybody else-- Gee whiz, thats a great big burden.
See you at the voting booth; or will I???

From: Rmorri09@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 15:44:59 EDT
Subject: stupid is you

This site is really dumb...did you really think Gov. Bush would pay you
$300,000 for this site...
....and what resources were wasted on this site!...what a waste of time and
$$$$...money that you could donate to the Gerald Ford Museum...if they
would have it. Maybe G. Gordon Liddy...naw he wouldn't want your $$$
either.....put it in "mutual funds" or better yet make another great video
clip
about videos
My friends at ZD/TV made fools of you....sorry

From: Pelonious@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 15:13:58 EDT
Subject: Great Site

George Bush is a loser anyway. I wonder how his savings and loan swindle
money is holding up?

What has been good for Texas is GWB is another one of our "invisible"
governors. We never see or hear from him! The only time I remembered we had
elected him was that time he stupidly showed up for jury duty. Man, what a
freak!

Love,
Kevin White

From: bmurdock@postoffice.swbell.net
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 10:08:57 -0700
Subject: Your Web Site

Bravo!

This is satire in the proud tradition of the Harvard Lampoon (Sorry
Shrub) and many others dating all the way back to "A Modest Proposal"
for the Irish problem.

The underlying point, so dramatically demonstrated in your links to The
Wall, deserves public discussion. As one writer in the Dallas Morning
News so aptly put it (paraphrasing) "If George Bush's actions as a youth
were judged by the legislation he has proposed and enacted, he'd have
been in jail."

Keep up the good work.

And yes George, if the Federal Election Commission wants to know who I
am -- www.gwbush.com has my full permission to reveal my name, address,
and voter registration card number.

From: SMayes4011@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 10:30:55 EDT
Subject: Your pathetic smear campaign

You must be a liberal, spineless human to spread lies and innuendos about the
Texas Governor. Enjoy your fun little web site because the site most
certainly will be shut down. However, I bet the Enquirer and The Star will
love to hire you!!

Adios, Jackass!!

Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 09:08:47 -0500
From: The Wakefields
Subject: you rat

go support old bill clinton for a third term - he will take all of your
rights away and only a village can raise a kid -

From: chasm@insync.net (schuetzen)
Subject: His stand on ?
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 07:24:46 -0500

love your parody site

would still like to know what his stand is on 2s amend rights and issues.
keep it coming
chas

From: hclarkmsmith@webtv.net (herbert clark)
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 01:52:31 -0500 (CDT)
Subject: Bush problems

I like what they have always said.

F*** 'em if they can't take a joke.

From: Bkv17@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 02:40:57 EDT
Subject: nice site

I always did like a website with subtle humor. Too bad the people trashing
the site dont get it. Who on earth said all jokes had to be tastefull. If you
dont like the joke then dont come back...no need to whine and complain about
it. =oP Its hilarious that the most well formatted letters are the ones that
seem to be the least well informed.

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 23:37:18 -0700
From: Barry Martin
Subject: question???

Is it true that Frank Guerrero and Zack Exley are homosexual
lovers??????

From: "Dan Gregory"
Subject: you dinks
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 23:57:21 -0400

Don't you dinks have anything better to do than attack GWB?
What about AL Gore and all his college drug use?
This whole thing is a Democrat scam to change the focus.
You suck.

PS: Have a nice day.

From: Pulitza@aol.com
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 19:19:12 EDT
Subject: your site

Dear gwbush.com,

I like your Web site — I really do — but you should be careful about quoting
people in "mock" stories such as the piece on W's drug use. Parody is an
important — and constitutionally protected — form of political speech. But
there is a fine line between parody and libel. I think you should rethink the
content of your site before you get sued. Bush is a public figure, so he
won't have much of a case, but he can still file a lawsuit that's going to
cost you time and money.

Matt Stiles

From: Pegit99@aol.com
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 15:29:32 EDT
Subject: Re: Deceptive practices

Dear Roy and Liz,
Thank you for responding to my e-mail. However, I believe you have
confused my e-mail with some other writer. I don't recall mentioning big
business as an evil to the election process, nor did I say "government serves
to express the will of the people." I guess you many have forgotten that we
are a republic and not a true democracy. That is, "we the people" elect
representatives who make important decisions on our behalf. The wisdom of
the founding fathers shines brilliantly for over two hundred years when they
chose to become a republic government because they knew "we the people" can
be short sighted and sometimes too passionate to make rational decisions.
Sometimes "we the people" don't agree with the decisions our elected
representatives make but come next election "we the people" can vote our
representative out of office.
So please, do not put words into my mouth. I still do not agree with
your deceptive practices concerning this website and feel you should be
ashamed of your tactics. All it does is muddle the waters and confuse the
voters who are seeking truth and answers to real issues. Big business is not
the issue here. What is the issue is your clever and misguided abuse of free
speech guaranteed to even you by our magnanimous Constitution.

Yours truly,

Margaret M. Stadler

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 10:51:14 -0500
From: Jerrell Roy
Subject: Re: Garbage collectors

The Web site "gwbush.com appears to be run by the garbage collectors.
Most Texans know George W Bush, who he is, what he stands for, what he
has done for Texas, and what he can do for America. One day he will be
The President of The United States of America but the trash and garbage
collectors will still be digging in the garbage for those old stinky
socks that he has outgrown and cast away. I know more bad about myself
than anyone. I'm sure that George W. Bush knows all the bad about
himself. You sick'os need to get your heads out of the toilets. Then
you might be able to see a more pleasant side of George W. Bush
Thanks and you are
welcome
Jerrell Roy

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 10:47:14 -0500
From: Rico
Subject: gwbush.com

this site is great
bush jr is just as big a crook as his old man
wow
I am now switching parties.
Thanks 4 waking me up!

From: MBMGOLFER@aol.com
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 11:23:29 EDT
Subject: thank you!

Dear Sirs,

As a native Texan, I wish to thank you from the bottom of my heart for this
website. In my opinion, the whole George Bush family has been a scourge on
this great state since the moment they arrived here as exiles from the Great
White North.
Now that Georgie "Shrub" Bush, Jr. has succeeded in publicizing his
"Compassionate Conservatism" campaign, he appears to be branching out into
other areas: "Compassionate Racism," "Compassionate Cronyism,"
"Compassionate Capital Punishment," "Compassionate Hypocrisy," etc.
Shrub Bush claims to be a big opponent of tax increases, but this wasn't
necessarily the case when he was part-owner of the Texas Rangers baseball
team. Back then, in the early 90's, he urged the citizens or Arlington,
Texas to impose a sales-tax increase on themselves, in order to pay for the
Ballpark At Arlington, where the Rangers now play. Of course when the
Ballpark was built, Arlington got the tax bill, and Shrub got huge profits
when he later sold his Rangers stock.
I could go on and on, as hopefully you can and will. Please keep up the
great work. Texas and the rest of America need you!

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 11:21:49 -0400
From: b1mnpw63
Subject: sanctimony

am not a gwbush fan, but what he did with his youth is his business.
people are in prison for selling cocaine - only the very poor go to
american prisons for using. are you 12 and unaware of what goes on in
real life? or are you some sanctimonious schmuch who feels because he's
a believer, you're better than those you lampoon. judge not lest ye be
judged - do unto others - these are good rules to live by why don't you?

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 09:39:19 -0500
From: "Hans Marosfalvy"
Subject: Kudos!

Ladies and / or Gentlemen:

I read in today's Dallas Morning News coverage of your web site. I =
immediately went to it to see for myself.

Finally there is somebody explaining to me what GW Bush's campaign and =
political platform is all about!

Keep up the good work!

/s/ Hans M.

From: roger@organic-electric.com
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 07:02:29 -0700
Subject: Bush Property Seized--Trading with the Enemy--i.e. Hitler,
WWII !!

Hi ...

I read about your website on Wired and paid a visit ... I don't know where
you folks are politically but I thought you might find this excerpt
interesting.

"On Oct. 20, 1942, the U.S. government ordered the seizure of Nazi German
banking
operations in New York City which were being conducted by Prescott Bush."

That's right, Dubya's granddaddy was one of Hitler's supporters, just like
the Ford's.

Did you know ... Prescott Bush ran an ad in a California newspaper in the
late '40's/early '50's soliciting potential conservative politicians ?? You
know who answered the ad ?? None other than one Richard Milhous Nixon.
That's
right, Dubya's granddaddy mentored Nixon. What a contribution to humanity
that
was !!

Sarcasm aside, the Bush family is anti-democratic, pro-privilege.

The use of GW Bush's oil companies as CIA fronts ... October Surprise, Bush &
Casey (soon to be VP & CIA Director, respectively) travel to Madrid and Paris
to negotiate a delay in the release of hostages ... October, 1980 ... a little
mini coup d'etat right there.

Then there's the Bush involvement in the S&L; debacle ... what was his son's
name, Neil Bush ... Silverado Savings and Loan, was it ?? BCCI, too ...

Then, Iran-Contra and the dirty wars in Central America -- happened on Bush's
watch, no ??

Then there was the covert op at the Mena Arkansas airstrip, while Clinton
was governor, Bush was VP, and Reagan was getting senile in reverse ... I'd
say that pretty much puts these guys in bed together, don't it ??

You guys are being way nicer than these fascists deserve. If you guys can
help stop the the Bush dynasty before it spreads any more, like a virus,
you deserve a Nobel Peace Prize.

Sincerely,

Roger

Click for excerpt from George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography,
by Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin, courtesy of Roger

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 06:46:54 -0700 (PDT)
From: "admin@gmacsucks.com"
Subject: Re: Copy of letter sent to George W. Bush

Mr. Exley,

Below is a copy of a letter I sent to George W. Bush
about your site. Keep up the good work and let me
know if you need any help. I bought GMAC to the
table within a week of my site going up.
(www.gmacsucks.com)

Timothy W. Davis
tim@gmacsucks.com

> Dear Mr. Bush;
>
> As a registered Republican in the state of Indiana,
> I am disappointed about your campaign committee
> going after Mr. Exley I am sorry but you need to
> bite your lip and live with it. There have been
> several web sites that have popped up on the
> Internet in that last year just like Mr. Exley’s for
> a reason. I know because, I had to use the Internet
> (www.gmacsucks.com) to clear up a Judgment on my
> record that was illegally awarded to GMAC while I
> was on active duty in the Persian Gulf during the
> Persian Gulf War.
>
> What ever Mr. Exley’s reasons are for the web site.
> He has a right to free speech. Maybe it is time for
> Americans to get off their butts and let their
> voices be heard.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Timothy W. Davis

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 09:57:40 -0300
From: james wright
Subject: Garbage

IU think what you are doing is the lowest yet- even lower than
Clinton-Gore

Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 09:35:26 +0100
From: Perren
Subject: Way to go!

Whether anything you have against GB is truthful is not my major
concern.

The attempt to censor you is.

Keep up the good work!!!

-Anti-censorship brigade

-Peter Waker
SF, CA

From: "Ronnie Tucker"
Subject: George Bush is out of touch
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 00:54:39 -0500

George Bush is out of touch with the American. I live in Texas where =
George Bush don't know didly squat about the issues Texans are concerned =
with little lone what Americans are concerned with. George Bush has put =
more people off welfare than any other governor in history. This fact =
he is very proud of. I have never in my lifetime seen so many homeless =
people in this state. What George Bush mostly does in this state is =
dispense of rhetoric and false perceptions. Your vote for Bush is a =
vote for more poverty and corporate greed in this country. Also I might =
add that since George Bush has been governor of Texas, the courts have =
overwhemly ruled in favor of the corporations in cases where individuals =
are going up against corporations. This is well below the national =
average, and only suggests George Bush's pandering influence in the =
judicial establishment. Mr. GWBUSH.COM, keep the good work, and don't =
let those folks in the Bush camp get to you. I think that you are not a =
political entity and should be left alone by the Bush people. If George =
Bush would listen to his constituants, then they would not need to vent =
their concerns elsewhere. Thanks.

Ronnie Tucker

From: "Stephens, Wesley E."
Subject: Wired.com - George Bush Story
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 23:31:30 -0500

This is in response to your article "Beating Around the Bush".
http://www.wired.com/news/news/politics/story/19815.html

George Bush should be ashamed of himself. The internet, along with every
other communication medium, should be immune to reproach from anyone,
especially politicians, when the right of FREE SPEECH is the underlying
issue . Seeing as Governor Bush is an elected official, Mr. Exley, along
with everyone else, has a DUTY to voice their opinions/views on your track
record, or anything else for that matter. You Do want to be president right?
Well, then you opened yourself AND your track record up for scrutiny.
George Bush may not like the web page, but he should respect the webmasters
right to publish that page, no matter what he thinks of it, or thinks it
does to his precious 'Presidential campaign'. Asking the Federal Election
Commission to "crack down" on the website and design group, is seriously
abusing his position as Governor, even if nothing comes of it. Am I the only
one bothered by the fact the he believes it is OK to "sick" the proverbial
dog on the little guy, because of a conflict of opinion? Grow up George,
take your licks like the rest of us. And by the way, next time sick your
dogs on a REAL criminal.

Wesley Stephens
Austin, TX

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 22:12:07 -0400
From: Joe
Subject: you have my support

Hi there..!

I found out about your site from www.slashdot.com , a news site.

I like your website, and like that someone is finally standing up to the
hypocrisy of Bush II and Clinton concerning their drug use and possession.

I thought that I was the only one who cared about the inconsistencies.

Thanks for representing uncommon wisdom.

-Joe

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 21:29:43 -0400
From: Bob & Sue
Subject: FREE SPEECH

What a bunch of crap, is he a communist? He is attempting to suppress
one of our constitutational rights!

From: LongJC@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 20:52:03 EDT
Subject: Web Site

Parity Lives.

Love your page.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 17:31:16 -0700
From: "Jeremy Kost"
Subject:

GET A LIFE...IF YOU CAN"T BE CONSTRUCTIVE...SHUT YOUR MOUTH

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 19:12:27 -0500
From: "Edward Rynearson (cfsolutions)"
Subject: Brilliant Site

I love it

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 16:44:20 -0700
From: "James Johnson"
Subject: Keep the faith

I just read an article related to Bush's attempt to plasce legal obstacles in the way of your maintaining your Web site. In my view, his ploy is little short of the Federalist enactment of the Sedition Act of 1798. I hope you are willing and able to fight this out.

J. Johnson

From: "Joseph Armstrong"
Subject: What, me worry?
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 09:06:58 +1000

Alfred E Newman summed it up well with the "what, me worry?" slogan.

I often use a person's response, to the type of thing your site portrays, as
a measure of their ability.

Is the presidential hopeful an insecure and frightened individual? To my
mind, a person of strength and grace would simply allow and laugh with the
type of parody you provide.

How does your portrayal harm the candidate?

I would think that the candidate has too much free time or is too concerned
with non essential items to make a suitable leader.

Any leader of substance can tolerate satire. It would appear that this one
cannot.

If I were an American citizen, I would not vote for this candidate.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 17:05:25 -0600
From: Marc Sobel
Subject: Available Domain

I'd like to call attention to the availablilty of www.dubya.com

(http://www.networksolutions.com/cgi-bin/whois/whois?STRING=dubya)

From: "Tim Altonji"
Subject: no porn
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 18:33:58 -0400

I don't see any porn. Where is it? What a rip off.

From: epuhlig@dexteraero.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 15:09:41 -0700
Subject: Why not pick on Clinton?

There has never been a more scandalous president in the history of the
U.S., yet you waste your time criticizing GW Bush? Why not focus your
energy on a true loser like the hypocrite Bill Clinton?

Just curious...


Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 17:48:23 -0400
From: Gary L Dryfoos
Subject: Amnesty 2000

I am hugely impressed by Mr. Bush's honesty about his drug use
and his compassionate re-evaluation of our current penal policies.
Amnesty 2000 is a remarkable idea.

I would like to volunteer to work on his election committee.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 14:23:03 -0700
From: Jackie Bennion
Subject: bushman

Bush, categorically, is unfit to be the next president -- a postion
that, effectively, amounts to leadership of the Western world.
My concerns have nothing to do with the fact he snorted cocaine as a
youth, who cares!
more that he's not smart enough, worldy enough or in any way tested on
the broader policial stage. Good family/party connections should not
guarantee a shoe-in -- which is what i'm afraid will happen here.
If the Republican's know what's good for them, they'll choose McCain. I
am in no way a Republican supporter, but McCain is the better man for
the job.

From: "Kevin"
Subject: wonderful
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 13:54:15 -0700

The site's terrific...would that you had the time to do everybody
kje

From: RUSSMORE@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 16:40:28 EDT
Subject: Opinion

Great Page - Keep it up. GW Bush is a true clone of the republican right,
with their ideology "Money Rules --OK"

From: "James M. Elliott"
Subject: GWbus
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 15:09:40 -0500

I dislike this scumbag too.
Wasn't he behind all of those bank closing's in the early 80's or 90's? How
come he didn't go to jail for robbing banks?
Keep it up you guys you totally have my support.
Its to bad the media is so easily paid off.
Thank God for the web and Dad with friends in the right place.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 14:33:06 -0400
From: Dan Francis
Subject: info

I think your site is great. I think it hits to cloes to home for police
state minded Bush bitch.
Contact as many people who have interests like your owns. Find a lawyer who
will support the cause by offering free services. He can gain great
exposure going up against the bitch and you will have representation.

I think your freedom of speach will win out over his almost crazy desire to
have you registered or closed down. That is not what this country was
founded on and the courts will ensure it.

Thanks,
Dan

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:26:25 -0700
From: Jim Demetre
Subject: (no subject)

Excellent work, my friends, excellent work!

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 14:26:10 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Paul F. Mende"
Subject: musical parody links for gwb, jr.

nice site. you might be amused by the musical
parody at www.capsteps.com

From: "Steve Perry"
Subject: More seriously
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:05:41 -0700

Keep up the good work and fight the good fight for the 1st amendment

Steve Perry

From: "Steve Perry"
Subject: GW for president
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:00:20 -0700

Boy and how! I am, ready to cast my vote today for this visionary! I hope
that GW will get me out of the prison of poverty and ignorance cause I am a
bonefied adult. Hear hear, there their.

Your pal in democracy

Steve Perry

From: Pegit99@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 13:38:04 EDT
Subject: Deceptive practices

Dear Sir;
I have reviewed your dishonest website and feel compelled to write you
regarding your tactics. Spreading falsehoods through deception by stating
you are the "Presidential Exploratory Committee" site for G. W. Bush shows
how creepy you really are. When you did not receive the $350,000 price you
requested for "gwbush.com" domain, you made the choice to use adolescent type
of revengeful tactics. Which include making outrageous statement such as
Gore would be a better president because he admitted to smoking pot. Oh,
please...what a bunch of hypocrites you are. Don't you remember how
President Clinton never inhaled or how Gore didn't realize he was at a fund
raiser in the Buddhist Temple. Why don't you tell the truth about who you
really are? It doesn't matter that you are not supporters of George Bush
because when intelligent people who mistakenly go to your website will soon
realize what a bunch of "losers" you really are. Hiding behind the "Wizard
of Oz" curtain will not protect you from disclosure. Why can't we have a
real discussion of issues instead of this bizarre rumor spreading political
hack job? I fear for our great nation when our commitment to politics stoops
to this level.

Sincerely yours,

Margaret M. Stadler

From: "Jack McEnany"
Subject: great site
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 13:36:29 -0400

This is a work of brilliance. You are to be commended, people should =
name their children after you and send money to your favorite causes.
I linked to you. Check it out:
Jack McEnany
Editor
www.NHPrimarySource.com

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 13:25:07 -0400
From: "A. Tassy Prosser"
Subject: great site

Saw the article in today's NY Times, and just checked out your site.

Hilarious!

My only suggestion would be to play up the nepotism some more (does the
American political system really need dynasties?).

Keep up the good work.

Date: Fri, 21 May 99 10:15:14 -0700
From: skennedy@molly.iii.com (Sam K.)
Subject: I love it!

I love it! Keep up the good work!

- Sam Kennedy

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:13:15 -0700 (PDT)
From: Curtis Frost
Subject: What!!

Your article "A campaign with a difference: compassion"
shows your ignorance. Well, before you start this kind of
stuff you need to look at the White House right now and
look at the history of Mr. William Jefferson Clinton! He
has gotten away with totally disgracing the presidency. I
guess you want Gore to fill in those shoe. As far as
drugs, I guess you did not know that Mr. Clinton's best
friend and brother was arrested for cocaine and Gov.
Clinton (at the time) pardoned his best friend the day
after he was found guilty. So you go for it. You are
doing a great job of being idiots!

God help us all.
Curtis

From: "Train Man"
Subject: Quit whining!
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:06:45 PDT

Saw your poor excuse for a "Political" website today. Why don't you guys
just quit whining and address some real issues. What do you want, another
loser like Clinton in the White House in 2000? You'd probably like that
cause he'd protect your right to free speach even though that free speach is
misleading, untrue, and degrading. People like you make me sick....

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:19:35 -0500
From: "C. Goodman-Strauss"
Subject: good work

Very nice site; I saw the story on the front page of today's NYT. You
can't buy that kind of publicity!

God knows what this sort of free-wheeling satire will do to the
political process.

Chaim Goodman-Strauss
cgstraus@comp.uark.edu

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:15:16 -0500
From: Tom Richardson
Subject: Revolting Ad

I enjoy web satires, especially political ones.
But if you are going to use a picture as revolting
as the Diesel Ad, you should better document the
actual use of the ad. As it appears on your site
now, it is a very cheap shot which detracts from
rather than enhances your message.

From: "Viet Do"
Subject:
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 12:08:21 -0400

Keep up the good work!

From: "norman"
Subject: wow!
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:12:35 -0400

Dear sirs:

Having read the column in Salon earlier this week, I was quite dismayed over
George W's internet savvy (especially coming from Connecticut -- one of
several 'home states' claimed by the Bush family). I visited your site
today, after seeing the story in the NY Times. GREAT STUFF!!! Keep it
coming!

Norman

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 11:04:19 -0400
From: annalisa
Subject: Yes!

This site rocks! I hope the man doesn't shut you down.
Best of luck,
Annalisa

Date: 21 May 1999 07:58:53 -0700
From: Mike Malter
Subject: George Bush

Hilarious!

From: "raya salter"
Subject: Rock On!!!!!
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:44:44 PDT

You guys rock! Screw those Bush lawyers (I found out about you guys through
the NY Times article online). There's nothing wrong about what you're
doing... you just own the address that's too close for comfort for those
hypocrites! I hope and pray that the internet can live as an equalizer and
does not turn into a tool for corporate and governmental control. I
especially liked "The Drug War" and have been to the site of the November
Coalition. Put me on your e-mail list, if you have one.

Peace out,
PrincesR

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:44:06 -0500
From: Connie Stephens
Subject: clarification needed

Excuse me, but I'm confused. I fail to see the phrase "human people" as
anything but redundant. As an editor, I may be taking you too literally,
but criticism (especially if it's to be couched in parody) needs to be
clear, not cloudy. Come on -- I'm an old Tom Lehrer fan, so I think I'm
capable of understanding. Just give me a clue here...

thanks
connie stephens

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:37:45 -0400
From: fmrcofi
Subject: Bush for Prez

You idiots claim to want free speech, but spew forth nothing but garbage
and lies. I hope you enjoy your 10 minutes of fame from the NYTimes
article. I'm sure you'll be very bitter when Gov. Bush is elected
President.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:35:39 -0400
From: Michael Bassik
Subject: :)

good work; this is a fine, fine piece of work. It restores my faith in
humanity to see things like this. (i'm being perfectly serious).

:)

keep it up.

From: GJRisk@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:25:37 EDT
Subject: Your web site

I guess if you don't have the courage to say who you really are,
you pretend to be someone else, and that way it's more difficult to
challenge you.

That's the way liars and thieves work. I hope you're proud of yourself.

I hope your computer drowns in a thousand hate messages like this.

From: "Jim Hylton"
Subject: What else can I say?
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:25:36 -0500

Thank you, ThaNK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Your creation is Excellent.

Jim Hylton

From: "M.Harada"
Subject: free speach huh
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:25:31 -0400

This is a very deceptive web site - at no point do you publish your
affiliations - you are treading a very fine line between free speach and
deception.
I am NOT a Bush supporter - never have been/ never will be - but I do
support open and fair elections - this does not aid in achieving fairness.
Use your financial resources to promote public honesty - not deception

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 10:20:00 -0400
From: "Richard B. Hoppe"
Subject: Your Site

While I agree with your defense of free speech on the Web, I also
suggest that deceptive Web sites, like deceptive speech everywhere, is
immoral. Masquerading as another site is, to be blunt, a lie.

Richard B. Hoppe

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 08:19:04 -0600
From: "David Roper"
Subject: Your fine web site

Hey, if you want to criticize someone, just come out like a man and say what you want to say!

This hiding behind George's skirts in order to criticize him is chickenshit.

Your web site is chickenshit.

Get your FREE Email at http://mailcity.lycos.com

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:47:44 -0400
From: Robert Gigon
Subject: Drug Users

Personally, I believe that anyone who willingly admits to
having broken laws they in fact knew were in force at the
time they broke them should be put in prison with all the
other law breakers.

I suppose the first to be released, should he somehow
succeed in being elected, would be the sons and daughters of
those who worked on his campaign!!!

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 06:43:44 -0700
From: Jacob Lyles
Subject: website

Your website homepage does not
load on Macintosh INternet Explorer 4.5. I believe there
is a problem with your framesets and do not believe you
can have a <head></head> in the <noframes> section.

Good luck,

Jacob Lyles

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:22:16 -0600
From: Chris and Steve
Subject: (no subject)

Thanks, and good luck. You should probably have a disclaimer, but I
appreciate your points. (I am for Bradley.)
Chris Bailey
Colorado

From: Lau4evr@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:20:44 EDT
Subject: keep up the good work

expose this guy as amcuch as poxxilbe u have my full support

From: "andrew kogerma"
Subject: Bush is a weenie
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 09:02:00 -0400

GWB has ducked every tough question posed to him. He seems to think he is a
dauphin waiting for his coronation. My question is: where does this
arrogance come from? Certainly not from personal achievement, since he has
had evrything handed to him by wealthy family friends.

andrew kogerma

Date: 21 May 1999 07:58:06 -0500
From: Christopher Howell
Subject: Your Site

Zack:

In an e-mail interview on Thursday, Exley predicted that Americans
would "intensely resent the Bush campaign's actions."

- NY Times 5/21/99

Have some feedback from one of the "human persons" (do you realize
that "corporate" persons are ultimately created to benefit humans?
are you aware that without corporate persons, most human persons would
lack employment?) that you so glorify at your web site.

Why don't you spend your time promoting something positive instead of
attacking something you perceive as negative? Who do you support,
Billary?

I intensely support the Bush campaign's actions, and intensely resent
those who spend their time trying to denigrate honorable citizens who
seek to help the country.

Chris Howell

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:12:58 -0500
From: tom gould
Subject: Keep up the good work

It looks you've gotten under Frat Boy's skin already. Keep up the good
work.-TWG

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 8:09:33 -0400
From: Dave Roper
Subject: Your web site

Congratulations on the most dishonest web site in the technological
universe!

I have sent a contribution directly to Mr. Bush to aid in his lawsuit
against you and your site.

Truth will prevail. Your kind of hypocrisy will fail.

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:56:52 -0400
From: William Gilbert
Subject: Web Site Visitor

You guys are a bunch of morons. Do you really think that you're
performing some public service by putting up this immature web site
containing petty criticisms of George Bush. You are exactly the type of
jerks that the American public would love to remove from the entire
political process. It's insulting to the American public that your
attempting to frame the political debate on such stupidities as you
discuss here. Why don't you talk about the real issues that Americans
care about and provide YOUR opinion on them (whoever you are) rather
than participating in the character assassination that the American
public is so demoralized by. It's sad that you don't realize it but
you're PART of the problem in AMerican politics tiday - not part of any
solutions. Stop talking about why G. Bush is so bad and tell us why
your so good. That way, maybe we can make an informed, intelligent
decision in the next election. On second thought, you wouldn't want
that, would you?

By the way, you may think I'm a G. Bush supporter or, at least, a
Republican by nature but you're wrong. I'm for the best candidate
regardless of party affiliation and my voting record proves it.

Get to work on real issues or get out of the way so the rest of us can!

From: "John Borell"
Subject: deceptive
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:47:46 -0400

Criticizing elected officials is as American as baseball. However, your =
site is deceptive since you have designed it to look like the official =
Bush web site. If you wish to be critical of Gov. Bush, please be honest =
about who you are. Your deceptive practices lessens your credibility.

Thank you

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 12:37:46 +0100
From: Mary Maravic
Subject: nytimes article

You've hurt Georgie's feelings and threatened his ego with this page.
Keep up the good work!

From: "Jerry"
Subject: Cosas. . . .
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 06:30:26 -0500

I've heard there are pictures of Geo W. dancing on a table--drunk and =
naked. It believe they will be very relevant in formulating his =
campaign issues. Let me know when these documents (!) will be =
available.

Thanks.

Jerry Ledin

From: Ythom1@aol.com
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:08:35 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

This is disgusting and it is obvious who is behind this ...

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 07:01:37 -0400
From: "Gregas, Molly"
Subject: website

Your website is a riot...I hated George Bush and I can't stand his son (The
Shrub) either. Luckily, the Bush campaign is so clueless that they are
doing your promotions for you by trying to get your website shut down...hey,
the reason I found it was the news article in the New Your Times...you can't
get much better press than that!

You should contact Molly Ivins, star columnist for the Fort Worth
Star-Telegram, a longtime critic of Texas politics and the Bushes, AND a
sharp writer with a great sense of humor...she'd LOVE this website war saga.

http://www.star-telegram.com/columnist/ivins2.htm


From: "CitizenA"
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 20:57:20 +1000

One issue of import to GWBUSH.COM, especially concerning the college-age =
demographic, is the potentially explosive issue of George W. Bush's =
cocaine use in his wild early days. We are certain that today's youth =
are clever and discriminating enough to tell the difference between =
George W. Bush's use of cocaine, and the use of cocaine by the felons =
that have been locked away for long periods during his governorship, but =
we want to understand the "weak" points of the issue, so that we can =
address them as appropriate in the course of our campaign. Here are some =
questions to help us on the way to greater understanding and higher =
intelligence. As usual, please feel free to ask more, and please let us =
know what they are so that we may integrate them into this list.=20
1.. Do you currently use drugs illegally?=20
2.. Have you ever used cocaine?=20
3.. Are you are aware that George W. Bush will not deny having used =
cocaine in his college days? If so, how have you come to terms with =
this?=20
4.. Do you like the "Three Strikes" laws, whereby repeat felons are =
locked away forever?=20
5.. What, in your own words, differentiates George W. Bush's early use =
of cocaine and that of the felons who are routinely locked away for the =
same offense, sometimes for years and years, or even forever?=20
6.. Do you think a tree falling unheard in a forest makes noise? Do =
you think a crime committed without being caught is a crime?=20
7.. George W. Bush says he has learned from his cocaine mistakes and =
has "grown up." Do you think it is possible for a felon behind bars to =
learn from his or her cocaine mistakes and "grow up"? More likely? Less? =

1. actually, i use them right now.
2. yes. once, it was a trip & a bit i tell ya.
3. maybe he doesn't want to deny, because someone might ask him =
if he still using cocaine.
4. no.
5. pretty stupid.
6. yes, a falling tree is all was heard. yes, but only if =
proven.
7. if one human being can, so can another.

human; male; anglo-korri; 24 yr old; single; occupied (i.e: i have a =
job.); sales support assistant;

From: "CitizenA"
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 20:40:17 +1000

Almost all people--from human people as normally understood, to =
multinational and other corporations--agree at this point that =
government serves to express the will of the human people. We at =
GWBUSH.COM feel, however, that it should not only express the will of =
the human people, but carry it out. These questions are aimed at =
eliciting ideas about government and what it could accomplish, if it =
served and helped human people in various ways desired and requested by =
the majority. We are interested in the responses of human people, as =
well as official responses from corporations.=20
1.. Do you know that "We the people" refers not only to humans, but to =
corporations?=20
2.. How can government better serve human people?=20
3.. Should non-human people be given more rights--freedom, for =
example--than they already have?=20
4.. Should non-human people have some of their rights--the right to =
free speech, bear arms, etc.--taken away?=20
5.. If so, will taking away non-human people's rights create a bad =
situation for human people?=20
6.. A good one?=20
1. yes.
2. by listening to & discussing with them how.
3. well if they haven't got freedom, any other right is =
meaningless.
4. they can keep the of right of free speech, but everyone gotta =
lose the guns.
5. that depends...
6. ...human people can be pretty stupid. like walk into a door, =
start war, etc.

human; male; anglo-korri; 24 yr old; single; occupied (i.e: i have a =
job.); sales support assistant;

Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 03:31:07 -0700
From: Ferdinand Vondruska
Subject: Do you really believe what you are saying......

Strange things do happen in the US, yet, drugs are truly not (YET)
legal. Would love to know whether that drug info is true or not. Did he,
or did he not? Regards

From: "CitizenA"
Date: Fri, 21 May 1999 20:14:58 +1000

Many people believe that the best candidate will win a campaign, the =
best corporation will dominate a market, and so on--in other words, that =
Darwin's theory of evolution, crudely understood, applies to human =
society and culture... or, in simpler terms, that might makes right. We =
at GWBUSH.COM do not agree with this; we think that often, the winner in =
a market is the winner simply because he or she has might on his or her =
side, not because he or she is better or more deserving. GWBUSH.COM is =
interested in learning more about this issue and how it could be =
investigated and shaped in a campaign. As usual, please feel free to ask =
more questions than these, and please let us know what they are so that =
we may integrate them into this list.=20
1.. To establish your demographic with regards to this question, =
please answer as honestly as possible whether the acquisition of money =
is your primary goal in life (in practical, not metaphysical terms).=20
2.. Are you willing to "go the distance" to fulfill your primary goal =
in life?=20
3.. How would you characterize a person whose primary goal in life (in =
practical, not metaphysical terms) is the acquisition of money?=20
4.. Do you think that those whose primary goal in life (in practical, =
not metaphysical terms) is the acquisition of money should be given more =
power than anyone else to "go the distance"?=20
5.. Are you aware that there are a great many people who answer "yes" =
to the above question?=20
6.. Of the people who answer "yes" to the above question, how many do =
you think count the acquisition of money as their primary goal in life =
(in practical, not metaphysical terms)
1. no.
2. yeah.
3. a dick!
4. no.
5. yes.
6. more than i care to know!

human; male; anglo-korri; 24 yr old; single; occupied (i.e: i have a =
job.); sales support assistant;

From: "Duncan B. Rotch"
Subject: keep up the good work
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 23:58:23 -0700

We need more parody like yours.=20

Any press is good press and the NYT is not a bad start. May the first =
amendment be with you.=20

Sincerely,=20
Duncan Rotch=20

Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 23:48:25 -0700
From: Allen Scher
Subject: End of the search

GW Bush (*.com) must joust with Dan Quayle and Steve Forbes and Pat
Buchanan and whatsizname Bauer? It will be a glorious battle. AMS

From: francene@pacbell.net
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 23:27:50 -0700
Subject: G. Bush web sites ie: New York Times 5/21/99

I find it outrageous that you would try to stop free speech on the
internet. Obviously this would be a typical thing that radical right G.
Bush would do should by some fluke be elected President. I love the
fact that Gov. Bush loves guns but hates free speech. Sounds like a
combination communist -fascist mandate to me. By all means keep it up,
that way we know we will keep a Democrat in our White House. I can't
wait for all the dirt comes out. Then Georgy Porgy will have a taste of
what Pres. Clinton has been put through. Paybacks a bitch!!

Francene Blanchard
San Diego

Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 23:01:32 -0400
From: Xray
Subject: lolololololol , thats f*&)( great.

lolololololololololol you go dude, dam good fin job.
lololololololololololol
Here is a picture I took of GB. The lighting was just right to catch his
true
essence. See Attached,
I don't know who you are but I am willing to bet you are one of Elvy's
friend's
Peace


Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 21:10:45 -0500
From: GMcC
Subject: Great Site

Keep up the good work, I love it. Don't let the basturds close it
down.

Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 18:07:25 -0700
From: Martin Hickel
Subject: Human People

For such a human people kinda guy how come his website is so hard to
send email to?

I filled out his awful cgi script and explained that I really want to
see him and his bedfellow achieve world domination as soon as possible,
and cited your website as the source of my inspiration (that and der
Fuhrer's, of course).

Think he'll allow me to contribute?

Inspector General Siefried Heinrech Von Shriekenholler
Neue Deuschland, Inc.

"It's Time He Come Again!"

Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 22:05:34 +0200
From: Solnzevo
Subject: Fight them!

I read about the actions about U'r Homepage.

As a person of central/easteuropean origin I may tell U - FIGHT BUSH,
HES LIKE HITLER AND STALIN. Don't give any power to those people.
Clinton uses clusterbumbs in Yugoslavia, but Bush propably will use the
A-Bomb.

Stop thes person. He shows right now that he'll be a dictator. Free the
world!

CMS/Solnzevo

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 23:02:11 -0500
Subject:
From: "Jon Todd Calvert"

you're going to get your asses sued

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 19:43:37 -0700
From: R Phoenix

What about getting John Hinkley as his "Running Mate"? He's due to get out
of prison soon. Now there's a model of redemption--plus he's a friend of
the family!

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 17:31:06 -0400
From: Williams
Subject: Bush

George Bush will be a fine President and will be an excellent
replacement for the morally bankrupt administration of present. It is
unfortunate that you have taken a sarcastic and destructive approach on
your web site. But, this is America and you have your rights too.
While I disagree with you I do applaude you for exercising your rights.

From: "Rachel Luxemburg"
Subject: FYI
Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 17:17:10 -0400

If you read "The Secret War Against The Jews" you will find a lot of
information about the Bush family involvement in the CIA, gun running, and
other fun stuff.

Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 14:12:35 -0400
From: Eric Doan
Subject: this website is nothing but trash

Why do anything at all, if it has to be trashy. What good use does this
site have? Entertainment? Hardly. Why not put your talents and efforts
into something positive. So now mudslinging has invaded the web.
Unbelievable.

Date: Sun, 16 May 1999 14:29:03 -0700
From: Chris Csikszentmihalyi
Subject: Gosh....

Gosh, but I love your site. Finally, some one with a CLEAR message for
change.

I drank a lot of coke as a kid, and I think it's awful that Mr. Bush is
getting so much flack about it. What's wrong with a little
"experimentation."

Yours truly,
I. P. Freely.

From: "Brian McCarty"
Date: Sat, 15 May 1999 02:37:48 -0400

You strengthen Bush by making up stories about him. I thought this =
garbage was for the "extreme Right Wing." It looks like the Left =
abandons truth as well.=20

R. Brian McCarty, Esq
mccarty1@bellsouth.net.