"You don't think the crazed Tea Party people will think, 'Those foreign Egyptians can do it, so why not us true Americans, the best, most patriotic, the righteous Americans."
I checked my email. Okay, Credo Action wants me to sign a petition to have Clarence Thomas recuse himself... locally Montavilla Farmers' Market in Southeast PDX is having final winter stock-up market...but what about this other one?
Big as life, right in the inbox, not my Spam filter, I had an email from this strange congressman, Ron Paul. About his Revolution. How? Why? To all Elderbloggers? Or did he get hold of a Social Security file, a Medicare data base? [Enlarge image to get full impact.]
Please advise: If I choose "UNSUBSCRIBE," at the bottom of Paul's page, does my name go on an ENEMIES list (not to be confused with the right wing's fiction about a current enemies list kept by Obama)?
This really scares me.
WACKINESS UPDATE : Saturday afternoon, 2/12/11
Marked the doctor's email as SPAM this morning. Checking my spam box (always do this because sometimes real messages get caught), discovered a new one from him, "I have not heard from you," in the subject line. Are we speed-dating?
Truly weirder: I could not open it! A call to join Wimmins Auxiliary for his revolution? By the way, only commenter here who also received that first messaage, also lives in Portland. Maybe the mailer got hold of Michael Munk's mail list. He wrote The Portland Red Guide (includes maps, walking tours), sends me count of latest fatalities in Iraq and Afghanistan. It's a different sort of revolution my people envision.