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January 19, 2010


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Hi John Jay,

This is certainly a day for high fives, this stunning upset in Mass. and also the dependency ruling in Ohio. I've read all your posts and contributions on Atlas and at the very least your insights have provided encouragement and maybe a whole lot more. I'm sure many would say 'thank you.'
This is no time to rest however. We've diverted a marauding bear, and this bear is wounded.
I was rattled out of my inaction by the Rifqa case. Donated, wrote many letters, went to the rally in Nov. (Pamela is twice as charismatic in person as on her blog.)

We need to think about protecting victims, protecting our own and protecting the protectors, and their property. I'm in the upper Midwest (first two letters of my handle is my state abbr.), but general principles should apply.
I'm thinking you can access my e-mail address as a blog owner.
Like to hear from you.


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