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SECRETS ABOUT DICK BLACK

October 30, 2005

I know I am writing a lot lately.

But a top leader of the Democratic party has told me bluntly that we are
in complete agreement:

Frank Wolf's ringing endorsement will see little ink in area newspapers.

Direct Quote from Top Democrat
"This (Frank Wolf) letter.... will doubtfully be published in any other
paper next week."

>>> LOCAL DEMS REALLY HATE DICK BLACK

Ever since Hollywood's Michael Moore attempted to stick up college
students at George Mason University for $15,000 have liberals really
hated Dick Black. Dick Black said "no taxpayer or Virginia student
should be forced to hand over cash to a multi-millionare Bush basher."

It was October, one year ago, that Michael Moore event was cancelled and
his attempt to pilfer George Mason University ended. In fact, I have not
heard of him going to any "taxpayer" subsidized visits since then anywhere.

>>>>SECRET LIFE OF DICK BLACK

You would think that Dick Black is some unknown that stole the Delegate
seat and somehow won the election 4 times in 8 years based on the
hurtful stories being perpetrated by some writers. And as tesimony
above: Black supporters like Congressman Frank Wolf, will NOT get ink to
balance out the rabidly anti-Black propaganda published as "facts".

YOU REALLY don't have to dig deep to find out about Dick Black. My top
flight team of investigators was able some of this information. But you
have to read it first. And if the left controls the print media, you
won't read all of it.

Most of the news media has printed some of it. But it explains a lot
about why some liberals hate him and travel great lengths to fight him,
from Middleburg and Purcelliville and Alexandria and Arlington.

>>>>HERE'S SOME SECRETS

The things that get me to like Dick Black are no different than the
things that 60 per cent of the voting public like about Dick Black in
several elections. My investigation has revealed some really pleasant
things about him.

>>>> WHO HATES DICK BLACK?

Admittedly once you read these secrets about Dick Black, you will
understand why he is hated by certain people. Athiests intent on
snuffing mention of God out of public life, tax hike freaks who want to
raise taxes no matter what the project, spending zealots who love to
pass wasteful government programs, pornography pushers who think
everybody should be open to allowing children to view dirt and
obscenity, homosexual activists who want to do away with marriage and
anti-Bush anti-military retreads from the Sixties. THAT'S JUST A PARTIAL
LIST OF PEOPLE WHO HATE DICK BLACK.

>>> ENUFF ENUFF, TELL ME THE SECRETS

Dick Black was born in Baltimore, Maryland near his mother's farm. He
grew up in Miami, Florida.

>>> ACTIVE WAR VETS LOVE DICK BLACK

Dick Black enlisted in the Marines in 1963. By age 21, he was
commissioned a second lieutenant, and became one of the Marines'
youngest carrier-qualified pilots. He flew 269 combat helicopter
missions in Vietnam. He also saw bitter ground combat with the 1st
Marine Regiment, and received the Purple Heart for wounds he
received while attacking enemy positions across Hoi An River.

>>> FEDERAL WORKERS LOVE DICK BLACK

After the war he served as a flight instructor and later attended
engineer school and graduated second in his class. He became a
Company Commander and deployed to Vieques, Puerto Rico, where
his 240 man outfit engaged in heavy construction, including the
development of a large rock quarry and rebuilding the island
airstrip.

Dick left the Marines to attend college. He majored in accounting and
graduated with honors from the University of Florida School of
Business. While there, he was twice elected to the Student Senate,
served on the Finance Committee, and founded the Florida Veterans
Association. After interning with the Arthur Andersen tax department,
he completed law school at the Univ. of Florida.

>>> CITIZENS WHO WANT CRIMINALS PUT IN JAIL LOVE DICK BLACK

In private practice, he founded the first legal clinic in Northern
Florida and later accepted a commission as a Major in the United States
Army's Judge Advocate General's Corps ( JAG. ) He quickly became
chief prosecutor for a base of nearly 100,000 soldiers and
civilians.

>>> TOP J A G OFFICIAL

Afterward, he was chosen Class Leader for 55 attorneys attending
postgraduate legal studies at JAG's school in Charlottesville, VA.
Following graduation, he became deputy for a legal organization
with nine branches in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

The JAG of the Army statutorily appointed Dick to head the legal
office at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. There, he developed a reputation
for crime suppression. A firm opponent of drunk driving, he
pushed through legislation that curbed drunk driving. His bill was
enacted by the Missouri legislature and signed into law by then
Governor Ashcroft. An ex-officio member of the City Council for
St. Robert, Black led a major crackdown on vice that shut down
eight prostitution houses. The crackdown suppressed crime and
revived legitimate local businesses.

>>> A CAREER OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PROSECUTION SECOND TO NONE

His success led to two successive appointments to head larger law
offices. The first was Ft. Ord, California and then at
Ft. Lewis, Washington. At Ft. Lewis, Washington, he executed
one of the most complex federal land transactions in recent years,
negotiating and developing legislation that protected competing
interests of state and federal agencies, environmental groups,
ranchers, the Wanapum Tribe and the Yakima Indian Nation. His
efforts helped preserve, in perpetuity, hunting and fishing rights of
the Indian people, and provided for the eventual return of a vast,
63,000 acre tract to them.

Called to Washington D.C. to head the Pentagon's Army Criminal Law
Division, Black was responsible for military justice throughout
the Army. He developed Executive Orders for the President's
signature, and laws that were enacted by Congress. He advised senior
government officials on issues of national significance - - including
the Tailhook scandal. He testified before Congress on several topics,
including Victims' Rights, weapons smuggling, and the Haitian
intervention. His division drafted the rules now governing the U.N.
Bosnian War Crimes Tribunal.

>>>> PRACTICED POLICY SPOKESMAN ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL

In 1994, Colonel Dick Black retired from military service to become a
partner in the firm of Taylor, Horbaly, and Black. In addition to
operating a successful law practice, Dick Black is a frequent media
guest who has appeared over 20 times on CNN. Black frequently comments
on foreign and military affairs, as well as the national debate
over Internet Pornography.

As a member of the Fairfax and Loudoun County Republican
Committees, Black has been very active in politics. Black was
Chairman of Attorney General Mark Earley's highly successful campaign
for Northern Virginia.

>>> FOUGHT THE PORNOGRAPHY CROWD IN LOUDOUN

Appointed Trustee of the Loudoun County Library Board in early 1997, he
drafted and led the fight to enact a Policy on Internet Sexual
Harassment, which blocked explicit Internet pornography from the
library Internet.

Delegate Black was elected to the House of Delegates in February
1998. His election marked the first time since reconstruction that
Republicans achieved parity with the Democrats in the House.

THATS IT FOR NOW ON DICK BLACK.

>>>> CEREMONY TUESDAY MORNING 8:30 A.M.-- ARE YOU COMING?

>>> BON VOYAGE TO ANOTHER DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE INTERSECTION

You are invited to attend and witness another shovel ceremony for
another new intersection.

>>>Can you come?

Join Loudoun's Supervisors, Delegates, Congressmen, Senators and other
dignataries from V.D.O.T. and the hard hats who do the work.

But Can you come? I have heard from some, but many of you have not
written me back.

The dangerous intersections are being eliminated one by one. Sterling
has lost several dangerous intersections and now we are losing another.

I hope you can make it to the ground breaking ceremony on Tuesday,
November 1st at 8:30 a.m. for the Route 28 Interchange at Sterling
Boulevard.

Directions:
From Sterling: going south on Sterling Blvd. towards Route 28 turn left
on Shaw Road, then another right onto Holiday Park Drive. The event will
be on the right.

From Route 28: turn north onto Sterling Boulevard, then make a right
turn onto Shaw Road, then another right onto Holiday Park Drive. The
event will be on the right.

Message signs will direct guests to the parking area.

This is the website that explains how $200 Million is raised and spent
to improve Route 28:
http://www.28freeway.com/

Full color maps of every planned new overpass and intersection including
the new
Sterling Boulevard intersection.
http://www.28freeway.com/projectmap.html

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