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From: Karl Kofoed firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 11:11:59 -0500
Subject: Fwd: SOUND OFF
The shocking flaw in your argument, Gil, is that you don't seem to
care about OTHER driver's safety. This reflects your "conservative"
To Hell with We The People ... you've got yours. No wonder our county
is the only one in the country that needs signs saying: BEWARE OF
Using the word SELFISH would have been politically incorrect,
Subject: SOUND OFF
GIL SPENCER freely admits that he still hasn't learned to "buckle up"
to the degree that a cop had to stop him to make him do it.
And we should value his views on "texting" and driver safety? I
guess "rule of law" applies only to those laws he advocates.
Karl, you don't seem to read very well.
I was not "stopped" by a cop. I do not and did not recommend texting while driving.
I did question whether passing a law against all hand-held cell phone use while driving that has been shown to be ineffective in other states is worth passing in this state.
Your desire to see the federal government take money from "the rich" to give it to more deserving people well reflects your faith in government to do such things well and effectively.
It is a faith that a growing majority of Americans don't share. Neither do they share your desire (noted in a recent letter) to see taxes climb back up to the 90 percent rate during the Eisenhower administration. Good luck selling that.
Please, in the future, try to read through what I write, attempt to grasp it and refrain from mischaracterizing it. It would certainly be appreciated.