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June 9, 2005

SULLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FUN FAIR

Please empty out the petty cash and head over to the Sully Elementary
School Fun Fair on Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help them
raise some money for their playground. Thank you.

ALSO THIS WEEK:
ENDORSEMENTS
FOX-TV NEWS
LEGISLATIVE NEWS
AND
SCHOOL BOARD-GAY PRIDE?

ENDORSEMENTS OF ANTI-TAX CANDIDATES

Here are my endorsements for the Republican Primary being held 6 a.m. to
7 p.m. this coming Tuesday. If you are out of town, you can vote
absentee through Saturday (see item on that below the endorsements). The
balloting will be held at your regular polling places.

For Lt. Governor: Bill Bolling
For Attorney Gen.: Bob McDonnell
For Delegate, 67th District (including part of the Dulles District)
Chris Craddock
For Delegate, 33rd District, (Western Loudoun and Clark County)Chris Oprison
For Delegate, 50th District, (Manasas, Prince William) Steve Chapman
For Delegate,41st District, (Fairfax)Michael Golden

These candidates will not shy from fighting for traditional family
values, opposing tax hikes and prosecuting criminals to the fullest.
They all are opposed by RINO (Republican in Name Only) candidates who
are soft on crime, support higher taxes and who toil and bend to please
liberal extremist demands.

(This is in case you can not vote Tuesday)
TODAY IS LAST DAY TO SUBMIT ABSENTEE APPLICATION. SATURDAY IS LAST DAY
TO VOTE IN PERSON.

Please be advised that, today, Thursday, June 9, is the last day to
submit an absentee ballot application form back to your local registrar.
To print an absentee ballot application form, please click on the link
below:

http://www.sbe.state.va.us/Election/AbsenteeVoting/absenteeBallotApp.pdf

This Saturday, June 11, is the deadline to vote in person at your local
voter registration office. Most local voter registration offices will
be open on Saturday but please call your Loudoun Registrar at (703 )
777-0380.

>>>>>FOX TV NEWS TEAM HELPS SUPERVISOR DELGAUDIO

Last week, Fox TV News helped me and the Sterling community by reporting
on a town meeting with the Forest Ridge HOA that I helped promote and
invite elected leaders and Verizon executives to. Thank you Fox TV News.

Senator Bill Mims, Delegate Tom Rust, School Board Member Warren Guerin
and Frank Sadler with Senator George Allen, and I, attended the meeting
of the Forest Ridge HOA to discuss problems the area has experienced
with Verizon’s fiber optic installation.

There have written complaints to the Virginia State Corporation
Commission to document extensive problems with the installation of fiber
optic cable by Verizon and their contractor, Ivy H. Smith Co.

Just one hour prior to the meeting, a trench that had been dug
improperly was restored by workmen. Verizon executives explained their
complaint procedures to citizens.

The session was very informative and instructional as residents
documented their unfortunate experiences with Ivy H. Smith crews. Many
of the complaints were that crews of day laborers allegedly work
virtually supervised, needlessly damaged private and HOA property, Ivy
Smith employees used foul and improper language, trenched too close to
trees, that work ventured well out of the easement and that Verizon’s
patching of driveways cut to install cable will do not fully restore
their property and will force them to incur premature and expensive repairs.

Verizon representatives promise to restore the damage done and improve
management. We welcome them for bringing cable and hope for the best in
the future.

Thank you to Senator Mims, Delegate Rust, the HOA President Bob Embling,
the executive committee of the HOA, the citizens and Verizon executives
for coming foreword quickly.

>>>>>ANOTHER DELGAUDIO LEGISLATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENT

Loudoun County Accepting Applications for Parking Districts

The Loudoun County Office of Transportation Services is accepting
applications and petitions for the establishment of pilot parking
districts in accordance with the provisions of the recently enacted
Residential Parking District Ordinance. The districts may provide relief
to homeowners in areas of the county, outside incorporated town limits,
where non-residents utilize the majority of on-street parking spaces.

Applications in the form of petitions are available at the front counter
of the Office of Transportation Services, 1 Harrison Street S.E., 3rd
floor, Leesburg; by telephone at 703-737-8624; by e-mail at
OTS@loudoun.gov or online at www.loudoun.gov/transportation/office.htm .

Applications should be received by the Office of Transportation Services
on or before September 12, 2005.

WARNING. BAD NEWS REGARDING PENDING POLITICAL DISASTER FOLLOWS

>>>>>SCHOOL BOARD POISED TO PLEASE MAINSTREAM LOUDOUN, WASHINGTON POST
AND THE GAY LOBBY

I have been writing a lot about this. It is the most talked about issue
last year, and this year, in Sterling and Loudoun County. All because
the School board has moved to confound the pro-family traditional
viewpoint and leaned heavily to please the loud squealing of the
anything-goes crowd.

Last week, the Washington Post lionized the student who, along with the
Stonebridge HS Principal, launched her assault on traditional values
with her same sex promotional play.

GAY PRIDE WEEK GETS IN THE ACT
HONORS LOUDOUN'S GAY LOBBY

Now the gay pride march in Washington is welcoming Loudoun's Gay Lobby,
as "Heroes" officially and will award them for their accomplishments in
a massive parade June 11. The gay pride festival is attended by 200,000
and will recognize, among other things, the "hard work" of the Loudoun
Lobby for pushing the School Board to pass an "acceptable" policy.

To view an online report, you have to visit the homosexual Washington
Blade website (Warning: lewd solicitations and strange practices on this
website)

http://washblade.com/2005/6-3/locallife/Celebrations/pride.cfm

IT DOES NOT HAVE TO END THIS WAY.

After the screaming and the chanting from thousands of anti-Christian
anti-Traditional Marriage adherents quiet down from their cheering the
"Heroes", perhaps they will mob the School Board on Tuesday, June 14 to
keep the School Board under their influence.

WHAT WILL IT TAKE

Every newspaper in Loudoun assails the "stupid" Christians for "falsely"
believing in keeping a reverence and high standard for moral leadership
in public places. Elected leaders publicly proclaim they will not bring
their "moral beliefs" to the public dais.
So, by public admission, they embrace only a lack of morality.

YOU HAVE AN EMAIL LIST AND A PHONE LIST (include your Minister)

Don't assume their is a common decency or standard for restricting
immoral displays that will be passed. It will not be. Unless you act. A
policy that condemns obscenity but ignores penalties or sanctions is
proposed. Only a specific prohibition of previous immoral public acts,
coupled with sanctions, can prevent another public display of sexual or
perverse propaganda in a theatrical production.

The draft policy that the Legislative and Policy Committee will
recommend to the full board is an empty meaningless prohibition of
things already prohibited. Period.

GO TO THE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.

Emails can be written. Phone calls can be made.

Visit the School Board website and call board members to ask them to
"Support the Warren Guerin Language to prevent sexual acts". For phones
and emails, visit this site

http://www.loudoun.k12.va.us/schoolboard/

The Loudoun County School Board Meeting is Tuesday June 14, 2005 at 6:30
pm at
the LCPS Administrative Building, 102 North St., NW Leesburg, VA 20176

If you can speak, please do so. Be aware that speaking time may be just
three minutes.

Click for a map of Leesburg
http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?country=us&address=102+North+St.,+NW&city=Leesburg&state=VA&zipcode=20176

(RECAP: This all started last September 2004 when Sterling Middle School
distributed a survey asking if students had been asked their sexual
orientation. The school board Superintendent asserted it was not a
policy to ask students this type of question. I thanked him. He burst a
gasket. Then the same-sex theatrical production made the headlines
shortly after the Superintendent claimed it was not a policy. Now the
School Board is considering to do nothing to prevent this downward spiral.)

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