Re: EVENT: Republican National Convention

Brett Schechter (
Fri, 16 Aug 1996 09:37:31 -0700 (PDT)

On Fri, 16 Aug 1996, Christopher M Sedore wrote:

I'm new to the list, and must state that socio-political discussion is/
was not my original intent. However, the guantlet being cast I would
interject some simple Randian missives. To wit, corporations have
facilitated the ease with which I may convey this transmission. They
have made this THE GREATEST, FAIREST and most politically STABLE nation
in the world. And my tenures in Sweden, France and Britain have
calcified those thoughts.

>From a strictly selfish perspective, $100 million abrogated from a blind
populace would be MUCH more efficiantly utilized by eremm "corporate
parasites" than the detritus that abuses crack, illegitamate birthing
practices, and divisive retoric (although they seem to know not the
meaning of my words!). In short, flame off...

Brett Schechter,
Proud Corporate Parasite, and Employer of 20 Well Paid Exploited Families

> Right at this moment, I'd be happy to spend it $100 million at a time on
> AI development to filter out completely irrelevant posts, and I could
> care less which economy derived benefit.
> -Chris
> On Thu, 15 Aug 1996, Jacqueline Chados wrote:
> >
> > On Wed, 14 Aug 1996 wrote:
> >
> > > Ofcourse the welfare conevention is coming in a few weeks.
> >
> > I've been trying not to enlarge this discussion that doesn't really
> > belong on this mailing list, but I can't stop myself this time.
> >
> > The RNC convention looks like THE welfare convention to me. Corporate
> > welfare, that is. Just look at the corporate parasites that are swarming
> > all over the convention like files around a manure pile. If we're going
> > to squander money on welfare, I'd rather do it $100 at a time to people
> > who, perhaps, should be working instead of doing it $100 MILLION at a time
> > to corporations, many of whom are foreign owned, that don't even spend it
> > back in this country's economy.
> >
> > Jackie
> >
> >