If you read this post and your name happens to be Allan Loudell, Doug Williams, Ron Williams, Al Mascitti, Patrick Jackson, Joe Ragolsky, Celia Cohen or Gerry Fulcher - maybe you can help out a fellow member of the fourth estate and direct Mike Quaranta, Mr. Castle's Chief of Staff to do his job and get me the answer to my question. July 31, 2006
Via Email & Priority Mail
I am writing to alert you to a serious problem on your
staff and to ask for your help. I have recently
emailed and called Elizabeth Swenk and Kaitlin Hoffman
for some information on Mr. Castle and both Ms. Swenk
and Ms. Hoffman have not returned my calls or emails.
I have been seeking the answer to a few questions
about Mr. Castle so that
"Delawareliberal.blogspot.com" readers can make an
informed voting decision this fall.
To put it in a nut shell, I am trying to find out if
Mr. Castle regrets having supported George Bush in his
two campaigns for the office of President of the
United States. As you know Mr. Castle served as
George Bush's Delaware campaign chairman and knowing
if the Congressman regrets that decision would give
voters an insight into his judgment.
I sincerely I hope you can get Ms. Swenk or Ms.
Hoffman to respond. I have attached one of the emails
below for your convenience. Thanks in advance for
your help with this.
Good morning! Yesterday I emailed you asking for Mr.
Castle's take on whether or not he regrets having
supported George Bush (twice) in his pursuit of the
I am eager waiting for your response, but the meantime
another example of Mr. Bush's incompetent management
of the war has made the news and I would like you to
include Mr. Castle's reaction to this instance as
MSNBC is reporting that a decorated sergeant and
Arabic language specialist was dismissed from the U.S.
Army under the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, even
though he says he never admitted being gay and his
accuser was never identified.
Does Mr. Castle feel that this is a rational way to
prosecute a war in which Arab language specialists are
at a premium. Does this instance make him more or
less likely to apologize to Delawareans for serving as
Mr. Bush's campaign chairman here in Delaware?
Thanks you in advance for your prompt response to this
cc: Kailtin Hoffman