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Subject: Call to Action!!!

>

> > United Republican Fund of Illinois Chicago

November 9, 2000

From: Joseph A. Morris, President

To: URF Leaders and Friends

> >

Herewith is some practical advice on action that every citizen can take in the event that the Florida recount confirms the election of George Bush, but Al Gore fails to concede.

We all know what is going on in Florida, and that the election hinges on the outcome. I am writing you today to prepare us all for what we will have to do if what I think is going to happen actually does. The recount, which will be finished by 5 p.m. Thursday, will likely show Bush to be the winner once again, with only a few thousand overseas ballots

> > to be counted. Those ballots will be overwhelmingly for Bush, a minimum of 60% and probably closer to 75%. If the count goes our way tomorrow,we have won this election.

This is when something critical happens. Either Gore bows out gracefully or he doesn't, and I can almost guarantee he won't. These are people wedded to power who will only go down kicking and screaming. They'll use every legal maneuver in the book to steal the election. (In 1960, when Richard Nixon had every right and reason to challenge the election results he didn't for the sake of the country. Expect no such noble behavior this time.) What will they try? One bet is to find a friendly judge to throw out

the Florida results on a flimsy premise. They are already floating this as a trial balloon in the form of the allegedly "confusing" ballots in Palm Beach County. I have seen the ballots, they are not confusing in the

least.> Indeed, they are identical in form to the punch-card ballots used in Chicago

and Cook County, Illinois, in this very election. What is more, it is just as likely

> > that Palm Beach County voters who wanted to vote for Bush inadvertently voted for Nader. All parties approved the form of ballot before the election. The of-of-ballot issue is a mere pretext for an effort a judicial invalidation of the Florida election. While I hope this scenario doesn't come to pass, I fear that it will, and it

> > will only have disastrous results for the country. The election fight could drag on for months and actually be decided by a court! If this comes to pass the vision of our Founders and the blood of patriots will have been betrayed. Personally, I am not going to stand for this, and I hope

you won't either. The good news is that we are not without voice.

> > HERE IS WHAT CAN BE DONE: if the vote count affirms Bush's election, we allow a short grace period to see the reaction of the Gore camp. If they have not graciously conceded after a few hours, we must bombard the news media and our public officials AT EVERY LEVEL with phone calls of outrage

that demand Gore's concession. I mean literally millions of phone calls. We

> > must jam their phone banks with calls. There are millions of us so it shouldn't

be too difficult. (While you're at it, send e-mails to your local newspapers as well.)

If it becomes widely reported - and it will - that there is a groundswell demanding that Gore back down and not embarrass the country, it will be very difficult for Gore to withstand the pressure. He will have to

relent. Here are some places to start...........

> The White House:

> telephone (202) 456-4114

> FAX :(202)456-2461

> e-mail

> president@whitehouse.gov

> The Vice President's Office:

> telephone :(202) 274-5000

> FAX :(202) 456-2883

> > e-mail

> > vice.president@whitehouse.gov

> > Vice President's Senate Office:

> > telephone: (202) 224-2424

> >

> > Senator Tom Daschle (Senate Democratic Leader): (202) 224-2321

Also: (202) 224-5556

> >

Representative Dick Gephardt (House Democratic Leader): (202)

225-2671

Also: (202) 225--0100

Also, be sure to call your congressmen and both your senators. All these numbers are easily located on voter.com. You can contact them through the U.S. Capitol Switchboard:

U.S. Capitol Switchboard (all Senators and Representatives):

(202) 224-3121

Another office to call is that of Chicago's Mayor Richard M. Daley

(the brother of Gore's campaign manager, Bill Daley): Telephone: (312) 744-3300

FAX: (312) 744-2324

If you've never made a call like this, there's no reason to be shy.

They get opinion calls all the time and are set up to take them. In fact

they like calls. It helps them tell which way the wind is blowing.

> >

Some media contacts:

> >

Boston Globe

(617) 929-2000

Matthew V. Storin, Editor

617) 929-3049

e-mail: storin@globe.com

> >

Boston Herald

Andrew Costello, Editor

617) 619-6400

e-mail: acostello@bostonherald.com

Chicago Sun-Times:

(312) 321-3000

Michael Cooke, Editor in Chief

e-mail: mcooke@suntimes.com

Chicago Tribune

(800) 874-2863

Howard A. Tyner, Editor

e-mail: ChiEd@aol.com

Bruce Dold, Editorial Page Editor

e-mail: bdold@tribune.com

> >

Los Angeles Times

(213) 237-7935 (opinion department)

(213) 237-4511 and Fax: (213) 237-7679 letters to the editor)

(202) 293-4650 (Washington bureau)

e-mail: www.latimes.com (follow prompts to e-mail windows)

New York Post

(212) 930-8000

John Mancini, News

e-mail: jmancini@nypost.com

New York Times

(212) 556-1234

Joseph Lelyveld, Executive Editor

Letters to the Editor

fax: (212) 556-3622

e-mail: letters@nytimes.com.

Philadelphia Inquirer

215) 854-4500

Letters to the editor:

Inquirer.Letters@phillynews.com

USA Today

703) 276-3400

Karen Jurgenson, Editor

e-mail: www.usatoday.com and follow feedback prompts

washington Post

202) 334-6000

Fred Hiatt, Editorial Page Editor

e-mail: hiattf@washpost.com

Time e-mail: letters@time.com

ABC

e-mail: http://abc.go.com/abc/help/contact.html

CNN

404) 827-1500

CBS

212) 975-4321

MSNBC

e-mail: World@MSNBC.com

NBC

NBC-Nightly News: e-mail: Nightly@NBC.com

NBC Today Show: e-mail: Today@NBC.com

I'm hoping none of this will be necessary, but I fear otherwise.

As Edmund Burke said, the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

> >

This e-mail is just to prepare you for the battle that we must

engage.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS E-MAIL MESSAGE TO EVERYONE YOU

CAN THINK OF. IF WE HARNESS THE POWER OF THE INTERNET, BY TOMORROW MILLIONS OF US WILL BE READY!

> >

/s/ MORRIS

> >

>

____________________________________________________________________________

> _

> >

> > Yours for Truth and Freedom . . . . . . Horace

> >

> > Horace S. Hooper

> > Fort Worth, TX. 76140

> > hshoop@home.com

>

>

>

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Way to go, Mike!!!!!!!!

But I am afraid that this is falling on deaf ears. I have noticed that this faction of motorcyclest have no desire to stop the Gore administration from leaving them with nowhere to ride.

I will follow up evey way I can, but I believe it is an exercise in futility. Just look at Florida.

Can you spell"CIVIL WAR"?

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Mike, Right On!!!! Thanks for all the info. I hope to see you at Stonyford, we can have an in depth talk about all this political garbage and why it is all happening to this country at this point in history, when we get up there. I don't know if I'll be able to bring my toy hauler trailer with me up there, it's for sale. I hate to tent camp in this COLD!! weather, but the riding should be worth the suffering if it's as good as you all say it is. Anyway, We need to pray for this country, and that the Lord would change the hearts of the people toward Him. God bless, Erik

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CK:

I believe my ears and a lot of other ears on this forum work just fine. I look forward to these type of posts and respond in kind. I hope you're just trying to rile TT members to action.

BTW how come you haven't registered yet? I hope you did register to vote.

Mike, thanks for the post. We all need to be informed and ready to defend our rights.

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God you're long winded, I wouldn't stand for it either...but you have to read 3-400 words to even figure out where you stand. I hope you prevail.

Originally posted by Mike in Roseville:

Subject: Call to Action!!!

>

> > United Republican Fund of Illinois Chicago

November 9, 2000

From: Joseph A. Morris, President

To: URF Leaders and Friends

> >

Herewith is some practical advice on action that every citizen can take in the event that the Florida recount confirms the election of George Bush, but Al Gore fails to concede.

We all know what is going on in Florida, and that the election hinges on the outcome. I am writing you today to prepare us all for what we will have to do if what I think is going to happen actually does. The recount, which will be finished by 5 p.m. Thursday, will likely show Bush to be the winner once again, with only a few thousand overseas ballots

> > to be counted. Those ballots will be overwhelmingly for Bush, a minimum of 60% and probably closer to 75%. If the count goes our way tomorrow,we have won this election.

This is when something critical happens. Either Gore bows out gracefully or he doesn't, and I can almost guarantee he won't. These are people wedded to power who will only go down kicking and screaming. They'll use every legal maneuver in the book to steal the election. (In 1960, when Richard Nixon had every right and reason to challenge the election results he didn't for the sake of the country. Expect no such noble behavior this time.) What will they try? One bet is to find a friendly judge to throw out

the Florida results on a flimsy premise. They are already floating this as a trial balloon in the form of the allegedly "confusing" ballots in Palm Beach County. I have seen the ballots, they are not confusing in the

least.> Indeed, they are identical in form to the punch-card ballots used in Chicago

and Cook County, Illinois, in this very election. What is more, it is just as likely

> > that Palm Beach County voters who wanted to vote for Bush inadvertently voted for Nader. All parties approved the form of ballot before the election. The of-of-ballot issue is a mere pretext for an effort a judicial invalidation of the Florida election. While I hope this scenario doesn't come to pass, I fear that it will, and it

> > will only have disastrous results for the country. The election fight could drag on for months and actually be decided by a court! If this comes to pass the vision of our Founders and the blood of patriots will have been betrayed. Personally, I am not going to stand for this, and I hope

you won't either. The good news is that we are not without voice.

> > HERE IS WHAT CAN BE DONE: if the vote count affirms Bush's election, we allow a short grace period to see the reaction of the Gore camp. If they have not graciously conceded after a few hours, we must bombard the news media and our public officials AT EVERY LEVEL with phone calls of outrage

that demand Gore's concession. I mean literally millions of phone calls. We

> > must jam their phone banks with calls. There are millions of us so it shouldn't

be too difficult. (While you're at it, send e-mails to your local newspapers as well.)

If it becomes widely reported - and it will - that there is a groundswell demanding that Gore back down and not embarrass the country, it will be very difficult for Gore to withstand the pressure. He will have to

relent. Here are some places to start...........

> The White House:

> telephone (202) 456-4114

> FAX :(202)456-2461

> e-mail

> president@whitehouse.gov

> The Vice President's Office:

> telephone :(202) 274-5000

> FAX :(202) 456-2883

> > e-mail

> > vice.president@whitehouse.gov

> > Vice President's Senate Office:

> > telephone: (202) 224-2424

> >

> > Senator Tom Daschle (Senate Democratic Leader): (202) 224-2321

Also: (202) 224-5556

> >

Representative Dick Gephardt (House Democratic Leader): (202)

225-2671

Also: (202) 225--0100

Also, be sure to call your congressmen and both your senators. All these numbers are easily located on voter.com. You can contact them through the U.S. Capitol Switchboard:

U.S. Capitol Switchboard (all Senators and Representatives):

(202) 224-3121

Another office to call is that of Chicago's Mayor Richard M. Daley

(the brother of Gore's campaign manager, Bill Daley): Telephone: (312) 744-3300

FAX: (312) 744-2324

If you've never made a call like this, there's no reason to be shy.

They get opinion calls all the time and are set up to take them. In fact

they like calls. It helps them tell which way the wind is blowing.

> >

Some media contacts:

> >

Boston Globe

(617) 929-2000

Matthew V. Storin, Editor

617) 929-3049

e-mail: storin@globe.com

> >

Boston Herald

Andrew Costello, Editor

617) 619-6400

e-mail: acostello@bostonherald.com

Chicago Sun-Times:

(312) 321-3000

Michael Cooke, Editor in Chief

e-mail: mcooke@suntimes.com

Chicago Tribune

(800) 874-2863

Howard A. Tyner, Editor

e-mail: ChiEd@aol.com

Bruce Dold, Editorial Page Editor

e-mail: bdold@tribune.com

> >

Los Angeles Times

(213) 237-7935 (opinion department)

(213) 237-4511 and Fax: (213) 237-7679 letters to the editor)

(202) 293-4650 (Washington bureau)

e-mail: www.latimes.com (follow prompts to e-mail windows)

New York Post

(212) 930-8000

John Mancini, News

e-mail: jmancini@nypost.com

New York Times

(212) 556-1234

Joseph Lelyveld, Executive Editor

Letters to the Editor

fax: (212) 556-3622

e-mail: letters@nytimes.com.

Philadelphia Inquirer

215) 854-4500

Letters to the editor:

Inquirer.Letters@phillynews.com

USA Today

703) 276-3400

Karen Jurgenson, Editor

e-mail: www.usatoday.com and follow feedback prompts

washington Post

202) 334-6000

Fred Hiatt, Editorial Page Editor

e-mail: hiattf@washpost.com

Time e-mail: letters@time.com

ABC

e-mail: http://abc.go.com/abc/help/contact.html

CNN

404) 827-1500

CBS

212) 975-4321

MSNBC

e-mail: World@MSNBC.com

NBC

NBC-Nightly News: e-mail: Nightly@NBC.com

NBC Today Show: e-mail: Today@NBC.com

I'm hoping none of this will be necessary, but I fear otherwise.

As Edmund Burke said, the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

> >

This e-mail is just to prepare you for the battle that we must

engage.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS E-MAIL MESSAGE TO EVERYONE YOU

CAN THINK OF. IF WE HARNESS THE POWER OF THE INTERNET, BY TOMORROW MILLIONS OF US WILL BE READY!

> >

/s/ MORRIS

> >

>

____________________________________________________________________________

> _

> >

> > Yours for Truth and Freedom . . . . . . Horace

> >

> > Horace S. Hooper

> > Fort Worth, TX. 76140

> > hshoop@home.com

>

>

>

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Lstokes

Long winded, strong minded. Some causes are lengthy but worth it if you care. Unfortunately not enough people in the US care and then the minority that do, control everything and the majority who have opinions but don't speak up get screwed. If you have a voice, you should be heard not clammed up somewhere. I do hope I prevail as well as many others who believe in our country and what is right. I speak up so I can be allowed to do the things I want to do such as riding. If our opinions are not heard we will be riding on Nintendo or play station not where we truely want to be.

Mike

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