By Noam Ploomb
February 27, 2008
Mark Neckameyer's tongue-in-cheek letter regarding Fidel Castro
as the "perfect" choice for a Democratic Vice-Presidential
candidate brings up some questions.
Mr. Neckameyer, are you against Americans having a universal
health-care plan? Do the way things stand now with health care
leave you satisfied?
Do you really believe that someone such as Senator Clinton running
in a free election is the same thing as dictatorial nepotism?
Do you seriously think that a war which was based on proven lies,
against a country with no connection to Osama Bin Laden (the
one who set up the destruction of the World Trade Center, etc.),
is one which must be "won" before we admit the error
the whole world knows we made, and send our loved ones home?
Are you afraid of dialogues with leaders of countries with whom
we disagree? And why do honest discussions equal "cozying
I would like to hear WHY you disagree with these things. I'm
sure you'll dig up lots of facts -- you're good at that. But
I wonder whether you'll really address my direct questions, point
About: "I am a longtime
supporter of our country's right to vote and to express our own
Received February 27, 2008
- Published February 27, 2008
Democrat VP Candidate Available! By Mark Neckameyer
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