Re: [ga] withdrawal of candidacy
And Mr. Sir,
It is coming down to whether we "dot commoners" stick together or not. I fear
from the shear brutal terrors of the corporate gun slingers that people will
stay away from the poll. Why would anyone risk the attacks of Crispin, Crocker
and Walsh in order to state their opinion. Sure they win if the behind the
scenes deals work and if commom folk don't come out and vote there own mind.
But this has been going on for years and only a few folks can take it, well I
cannot, but I will for this purpose of gettin someone elected that is not
intimidated, or hiding an agenda.
I stand against the status quo and for Mr. Auerbachs' positions.
If you do not like this campaigning it is jsut because you do not want the
p.s. I beg the other candidates to state their real opinions, although I realize
that both of the other candidates have decided it is far better to lay low on
their opinions and therefor win by not making the players mad.
> Roeland Meyer wrote:
> > Is this another one of your jokes Sotiris?
> No Roeland, no joke. The motion stands and seeks a second. What's the
> point of wasting more time by having the results of this election annulled
> later by the NC or the `watchdogs', and then calling for another election?
> As for the "joke" issue, well let's just say that I think we pretty much all
> know what the real joke is here, don't we?
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