Who reads the propaganda political mailings?!?!?

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Who reads the propaganda political mailings?!?!?

Postby Deb Richardson » Wed Oct 27, 2004 7:26 pm

How many political mailings did you receive in the mail today? Actually I didn't get any today, however yesterday I received 4. Three from the same candidate, two which were nearly identical. One for a local candidate. An election year certainly is a shot in the arm for the paper industry.

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Re: Who reads the propaganda political mailings?!?!?

Postby Brian » Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:11 am

Out here in the boonies, I get a half dozen or so varieties each day. I just wish that they'd put a little more thought into the final use and make them a little more absorbent and a lot more flushable.

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Re: Who reads the propaganda political mailings?!?!?

Postby Deb Richardson » Thu Oct 28, 2004 8:50 pm

Flushable? You actually have that luxury Brian? Here in the Chippewa Valley it's required to pump every three years, if it's needed or not. Somehow I think during an election year it's more necessary than not. Two today, both for Kerry.
Did I hear right Kerry had Bon Jovi "open" for him today in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and the "Boss" in Madison. What happened to kissing babies and little old ladies?
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Re: Who reads the propaganda political mailings?!?!?

Postby JayOMF » Thu Oct 28, 2004 11:31 pm

the kerry movement was strong enough to bring the two surviving members of Nirvana together in public for the first time in years...and my friend mark was able to meet one of his biggest musical influences, Tom from Blink 182, at the Kerry supporters rally in Point last night. John Kerry makes dreams come true as a candidate, imagine what he can do when he's president :D
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