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Post by RoseRedTyler on Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:56 pm

Dear Sir, as you are still serving us in Washington would you please take this onn as a political goal. Would not the Dinars that are in the US Treasury waiting for the Revaluation help our country and be applied to the deficit? There are about 3 million families that are holders of dinar and waitig for the revaluation who are going to have the means to support you and help you get elected. Millions could come into your campaign fund. If you will take on the government, check out what the holdup is, and get the ball rolling to get this done, you would be a hero for the American public. As Mr Obama seems to be intent on gettting his taxes out of this, please know we all with dinars are not trying to get out of these taxes. This would be another windfall for you, you can take credit for all the additional 15% capital gains taxes we dinarians will be paying. We are a predominately a Christian community. Right up you alley.
I intend to also send this note to Gov Perry. If you Texans would get together and kick some Washington ****. It is traditional for Texas politicians to be mavericks.
And are Christians to boot. Please do not let the same thing happen to Texas that has happened to Michigan. I do not want to have to punch #3 to hear our state of Texas services be spoken in Arabic like it is in Michigan. (Did you know that)
I remain, a military brat, 68 yrs old and hoping you will stand up for our country as the Australian Prime Minister did: you here, you do it our way, or get out. Speak English, respect our Flag, and work.

Lets see what this produces. I also called and left messages. Got the congressment and senators from my district to go....just thought I would start at the top.

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Post by RAYCINTODINARS on Wed Jul 13, 2011 1:23 pm

Please keep us posted on your progress. There are more skeptics regarding this approach than those who embrace it. I'm on the fence. I would love to hear about results from anyone who tries it.
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Post by Lightworker on Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:00 pm

RRT your quote "I do not want to have to punch #3 to hear our state of Texas services be spoken in Arabic like it is in Michigan. (Did you know that)
I remain, a military brat, 68 yrs old and hoping you will stand up for our country as the Australian Prime Minister did: you here, you do it our way, or get out. Speak English, respect our Flag, and work."

How frightening. Growing up an American, I learned in school that it was foreigners from multiple cultures across the world, folks who had the foresight and fortitude to try and build a better future for themselves and their families that contributed to making America the great country that it is today. They came her and were demoralized and devalued. Yet still they perservered. And it is upon their backs that America has blossomed and prospered.

The only indigineous people still left in America were shut away on reservations. I don't know about you, but my heritage is a mix of Italian, English French, Irish, German, Scottish and Welch. I speek fluent English and am deeply saddened that my Grandmother and Mother didn't pass on the Italian language to me.

This land is no more yours or mine than it is any other human being's possession and right. You talk of being a Christian. Would Jesus have promoted prejudice to the masses? I don't think so. But Hitler did. We are all beloved children of God. What we do to another we call upon ourselves.

Bless you,
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