Joe R. Golowka joegolowka at earthlink.net
Sat Apr 22 18:24:03 PDT 2000

This whole Elian thing is rather pointless. I'm more concerned with the 18,000 children that starve to death every day then some kid in Miami. Police use violence against civilians all the time - that's part of the definition of being a Cop. The wave of police brutality sweeping the nation is much worse then the way the Feds treated the Elian situation. This is just a dispute between different factions of the power elite which the Boss media is hyping up. I have better things to waste my time on.

kelley wrote:

> did i miss it? no one has any comments on the redick way the feds treated the elian situation?
> tear gas? guns? fuckmedead! connections. look people we'll fuck you over if you keep getting out of hand.
> what the hell is the deal with this situation that it got treated like this?? what the hell is at stake? clinton/cuba/reno. is there some reason why clinton needed to go out in this blaze of (gag) glory? i've not been following this issue because it bored me to tears after a month of it.
> thoughts?
> kelley
> "Things have an eloquence that words lack."
> --Louise Michel, The Red Virgin: The Memoirs
> of Louise Michel

-- Joe R. Golowka joegolowka at earthlink.net

"You hear about 'constitutional rights,' 'free speech,' and the 'free press.' Every time I hear these words I say to myself, 'That man is a Red....' You never hear a REAL American talk like that."--Mayor Frank Hague, Jersey City

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