Date: 11/25/00 10:15:28 AM Pacific Standard Time
I have been an ardent fan, supporter and visitor to your website over the last 3 to 4 years and enjoy the information portrayed in it. On occasion, I have even contributed information, which you saw fit to publish. I have clicked on your banners in an effort to help you make ends meet. Now, I am faced with somewhat of a dilemma. I appreciate your right to have a political opinion, but now days it seems each time I log onto your site, I am faced with a new attack on George W. Bush and/or the Republican Party, both of which I support.
I assume that others who visit your site have similar views and I am not alone in that regard. While I agree with your right to support the political party of your choice and whomever you wish, I also have the right not to log onto your site to view liberal political propaganda that has absolutely nothing to do with the general theme. I can see your brand of propaganda depicted on the nightly newscasts of the 3 major networks and would wish you somewhat above that display of disinformation.
I am therefore informing you that I will no longer be visiting your site, clicking any of your banners, referring your site to friends and colleagues or contributing any information.
In a message dated 11/25/00 10:15:28 AM Pacific Standard Time, ANON writes:
I appreciate your right to have a political opinion, but now days it seems each time I log onto your site, I am faced with a new attack on George W. Bush and/or the Republican Party, both of which I support.
I think I have raised questions about both candidates. SEE:
Gore's Contract Against America
I question Gore's connection to the Harvard PORCs, whom have exhibited questionable somewhat dingbat intolerances over the years.
I also, throughout, raise the more serious implication that our democratic process is being hijacked by murky shadow government agencies, using techniques of mind-control and at times outright fraud. Look at radar now. Florida is being seriously pulsed.
Bush and Gore I believe to be both under the intimidation of "outside," or better put "inside" forces.
Much of what I publish is contributed by readers, and I would certainly include your commentary, if in the spirit of ORBIT, your presentation strives to look beyond appearances.and shallow political spin.
Doing solar reporting now, far more powerful than American politics.