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Work To Victory Saturday

September 30, 2005

Thank you to those of you who wrote me, or called me to say you will
meet me at Delegate Dick Black's home at 10 a.m. Saturday morning, OCT.
1, to help him get his message of hope to victims of liberal lies and
distortion.

>>> LOSE WEIGHT, BUILD UP YOUR MUSCLES

Meet me at 10 a.m. at Dick Black's home this Saturday, October 1st.
Put on the walking shoes to help deliver CAMPAIGN LITERATURE to the
doors of neighbors.

Delegate Black's home is located at 20978 Flatboat Court in Sterling,
north of Route 7.

From Sterling Park Potomac View, right on Algonquian Parkway, left on
Whitewater, (past Lowes Island Blvd.), right on Longford, left, then
immediate right on Flatboat. Call 703-406-2951 if you are lost. I hope
to see you there. (note: Delegate Tom Rust who represents Sterling, has
no opponent).

>>> RIGHT NOW

Right now, leftist billionaire Mark Warner has targeted a Poison Plan to
knock off Delegate Black. Warner's plans to become President of the U.S.
seem to be in jeopardy. Last year Michael Moore himself was derailed
when Delegate Dick Black said "NO MOORE" and the Moore taxpayer funded
propaganda campaign against Republicans ended overnight.

Moore's and Warner's Presidential team now plot the end of Delegate Dick
Black and use Hollywood style propaganda in slick media efforts to
spread lies about Dick Black.

>>>BATMAN AND ROBIN JOURNALIST TEAM RETURN

That's right Batman and Robin of the jounalist world, John Geddie and
David Bradley, have returned from their brief departure from the Loudoun
Easterner and are now publishing the Loudoun Independent newspaper.

WARNING: COMMENTARY COMING

>>>ROUNDABOUTS ARE THE PDRS OF 2005

Supervisor Steve Snow asked a board of supervisor Committee to return
$18 million in a giant roundabout (at route 15 and Route 50) back to the
federal government to send it to New Orleans and Texas for help victims
of the recent hurricanes. Supervisor Mick Staton agreed with him. And I,
dear Sterling American, joined them in voting to "send the money back".

If they can not use the money for improvements in Eastern Loudoun, then
send it to the victims of the two hurricanes.

Will your supervisors agree and strongly support the recommendation by
the BOS Land Use and Transportation committees to have the Commonwealth
de-fund the Route 50 traffic calming project and put the money into real
road improvements on Route 50.

Or, put the money toward the Hurricane Rita and Katrina relief efforts.

The full Board votes Tuesday. Federal functionaries have been calling
each member of the Board of supervisors to tell them "EUROPE DOES THIS,
AND SO SHOULD YOU."

>>>MARYLAND AND ENGLAND'S SOCIAL PLANNERS IN LOUDOUN

One of the arguments that the proponents of the Gilberts Corner circle
are making is that roundabouts are used a lot in Maryland. One High
Republican Functionary told me that "roundabouts are the thing in England".

I responded "Snow has fired the first shot for liberty. This is war. If
the early colonials defeated the British then Loudoun Americans and
Sterling Americans can band together and stop the Dreaded Roundabout.
Dollars for road improvements, not one penny for roundabouts."

What can you do to help with this war against out of state and out of
country social planners who inflict giant circles for you to drive
around rather than using millions for genuine road improvements. See
below "what to do".

>>> Roundabouts Will Increase Accidents

The result of these ill-conceived plans to build a $18 million
Roundabout in Gilberts Corner (Route 15 and route 50) is not in doubt:
Route 50 will become a more traffic-clogged, slower highway with higher
accident rates than today. Read more at

http://www.rt50.org/

>>>SUMMARY OF PROBLEMS WITH TRAFFIC CALMING

EMERGENCY RESPONSE CONCERNS, studies show people who near "traffic
calming", circles or roundabouts suffer from delays in emergency
response times.

http://www.bromleytransport.org.uk/Speed_Humps_USA.htm

VIOLATION OF THE FEDERAL CLEAN AIR ACT - slowing traffic down to a
crawl means more emissions

LIABILITY AND LAWSUITS -- the federal government "gives" Loudoun the
money to build the obstacle in the road and who pays for the law suit as
a result of putting the obstacle in the road? We are supposed to keep
obstacles out of the road not place them where cars can crash into them.
The taxpayers have to pay for the resulting lawsuits.

>>> What to do?

1.)
Write the Board of supevisors bos@loudoun.gov

2.) join jack shockey, bob bosco, former supervisor Frank Lambert and
others in comments on the Leesburg Today newspaper website. Go to

Give It Back: Supervisor Wants To Forego Federal Road Money
http://www.leesburg2day.com/current.cfm?catid=56&newsid=11142

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