I'm with you Davy. Once public services are privatised they cease to be
public and become more sacrificial offerings on the altars of corporateness.
The French have an answer to this codology; it's called Révolution. Yanks
once had it too I'm led to believe.
From: David Wood <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 7:13 PM
Subject: MPR/NPR/whatever (Was Re: MN Gov Makes Anti-Irish Remark on
>> People have become far to serious in this country. People get
>> offended *FAR* to easily. I don't think he should have apologized. I
>> happen to really like Mr. Ventura, and agree that all funding should be
>> stopped for the above-mentioned programs. There is no reason why those
>> programs, if they are THAT important to people, couldn't be continued by
>> private companies.
>It is that kind of thought that gives politicians the idea that to "cut
>can cut music programs from school and get rid of public radio and
>are integral parts of our society and they should be supported by the
>I will get off my soap box and get back to my music.
>AOL IM: OCaughey
>Vocals, Uilleann Pipes, Whistles, Guitar and Bodhran