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Re: [ga] Motion - Chair and Co-Chair

Hello Patrick,

Tuesday, April 24, 2001, 6:00:01 PM, Patrick Corliss wrote:

> to be quite without substance.  My private posting that triggered off this
> whole campaign had ONE single comment that Mr Walsh took exception to.  That
> was my suggestion in the first sentence in the last of the four paragraphs.

I'll be "diplomatic" here, and just say you are not being entirely
truthful, instead of the more direct comment normally used to describe
one who isn't telling the truth.

> William X. Walsh is running his own agenda for his own reasons.

No, I really am not.  I call it like I see it, and I don't ally myself
with any side.  I have no loyalty to any side, because rather than
worry about sides, I call it like I see it.

Danny Younger has already come right out and said that the election of
you and he was a validation of your "agendas" which is clearly not
what the GA chair election was about.

There is no further proof needed, he has already stated that he
intends to use (abuse) his position by being an advocate for his

> I also think the patience of the list members has been sorely tested by the
> constant barrage of criticism which any fair-minded person on the list knows
> to be quite without substance.

Repeat this three times, Patrick, and you might convince yourself that
the criticisms are without substance, but the fact is that they DO
have substance.

Sotiris's points about Danny's existing actions show that the beast of
personal agenda is already rearing it's ugly head.

How much damage to the credibility of the GA has to be done before it
is "acceptable" to take action to correct the mistake of the election?

Best regards,
 William                            mailto:william@userfriendly.com

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