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Monday, August 14, 2006

 

Call Castle's Office TODAY!!!

Michael Castle is currently enjoying his last week for summer recess. The Lamont vote has made him more aware than ever of "increasing unsettledness" and "unease" regarding our views on the Iraq war.

According the the Christian Science Monitor:

"Important congressional votes related to the war on terror await lawmakers upon their return from their August recess, and many - especially those dismayed by Senator Lieberman's defeat - are using this month to calibrate the intensity of public sentiment on the Iraq conflict.

Let's help Mr. Castle out in calibrating the intensity of our very public sentiment, shall we? Rattled by Lieberman's loss, it's quite possible Castle is ready to bail on Bush. Let him know that Delaware wants to get out of Iraq, and is in favor of a real security policy not more GOP public relations efforts.

Here are the numbers.

Wilmington Office
(302) 428-1902

Dover Office
(302) 736-1666

Georgetown
(302) 856-3334

Washington Office
(202) 225-4165

When you call, please be polite. The goal this time is 30 calls.

Email this link to any Delawarean you know who thinks Castle's rubber stamp votes to support the President are hurting the country.
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Castle's Iraq votes:

Voted YES on authorizing military force in Iraq & for the President's free hand in any issue related to national security. Reference: Bill sponsored by Hastert,R-IL; Bill HJRes114 ; vote number 2002-455 on Oct 10, 2002 ; Result: Resolution Passed 296-133

Voted YES on approving removal of Saddam & The War in Iraq Anniversary resolution. Bill H Res 557 ; vote number 2004-64 on Mar 17, 2004 ; Result: Bill Adopted 327-93: R 222-2; D 105-90

Voted YES on declaring Iraq part of War on Terror with no exit date. Bill HRES 861 ; vote number 2006-288 on Jun 12, 2006 ; Result: Resolution Passed: 256-153

Comments:
Man, are you out of the loop. Didn't you know you're supposed to start trashing Hillary this week?
 
Jason -

If I may ask, since you are trying so desperately to unseat Congressman Castle - why do you want him to parrot your opinions on issues?

If I were you, I'd write strongly about the quality of my own candidate. After my thorazine drip.

Regards,

RickJ
 
This is a marathon, not a sprint.

First things first rickj

JS
 
Let's help Mr. Castle out in calibrating the intensity of our very public sentiment, shall we? Rattled by Lieberman's loss, it's quite possible Castle is ready to bail on Bush. Let him know that Delaware wants to get out of Iraq, and is in favor of a real security policy not more GOP public relations efforts.

Was the above via the Christian Science Monitor, too, Jason? Amazing how they parrot your view on Castle, is it not?
 
Actually, Hube, it wasn't from the CSM. It was from here.

"Congressional reps were heading home last week for summer recess and are more aware than ever of "increasing unsettledness" and "unease" regarding their constituents' views on the Iraq war, according to the Christian Science Monitor:"

"Let's help them out here in calibrating the intensity of our very public sentiment, shall we? Rattled by Lieberman's loss, it's quite possible our reps have ears that are finally ready to hear."
 
CONNECTICUT - US SENATE: US Senator Joe Lieberman (Independent) - 46%, businessman Ned Lamont (D) - 40%, former State Representative Alan Schlesinger (R) - 6%. (Rasmussen Reports).
 
Again with the great find, Dave!
 
Sherlock. I'm blogging from NC again over dial up. (Like you don't borrow anything.) PLEASE.

If something fits I use it. I don't pretend to be as original as Ron Williams. ....uhmm.. on second thought... I'm as original as Ron Williams.
 
J -- Any chance I get to tweak you, I'm taking.
 
Jason -

You are cut-and-pasting, not "borrowing". Any slack-jawed monkey can replace "your rep" with "Mike Castle", but they'd have the good sense in their monkey brains to credit the source.
 
rickj,

If you want to hide under that red herring be my guest.
 
Jason, you know what a red herring is? It's when you post a picture of a flag designed by an Iraqi artist living in London at the behest of the Iraqi Governing Council and portray it as "something dreamed up in Washington." and supported by Mike Castle.
 
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