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GA: Denise Majette refuses email

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by WAGCEVP, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. WAGCEVP

    WAGCEVP Member

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    Dear Vote.com voter:

    Unfortunately, Honorable Denise L.. Majette is one of a small number of Sentors and Representatives who refuse to receive e-mail from the people who elect him/her. If you feel strongly about this issue, you can call him/her at 202-224-3121. And please tell your Senator or Representative to get with it and get e-mail!



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  2. Lone_Gunman

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    Does she have a phone number or regular mail address?

    Why not just contact her that way.

    I don't look at my emails often enough for that to be a reliable way to contact me.
     
  3. WAGCEVP

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    are you an elected official?
     
  4. Lone_Gunman

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    No, but why does that matter. I don't think email is a requirement to hold public office unless the state constitution has been changed.

    She probably can't receive info by smoke signal or carrier pigeon either.
     
  5. monsternav

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    True, but smoke signals and carrier pigeons are no longer commonly accepted means of communication. E-mail is, and will continue to be, for the near future. People in business (or politics) these days don't last very long if they won't "Do" e-mail. If you refused to "Do" e-mail where I work, you would be gone in a day or two.
     
  6. Lone_Gunman

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    I don't think so. Anyway, send her an email and complain if you want to, I am tired and really just don't care.
     
  7. Foreign Devil

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    A politician should try to be accessible. But think about the kind of emails that probably flood the average politician's inbox every day:

    You have 451 unread messages.

    Subject: YOU SUCK
    Subject: Save $$$ on your next car purchase
    Subject: Free Viagra
    subject: Refinance your home
    Subject: u r stupid
    Subject: CIA and the Greys control my mind
    Subject: Nigerian business opportunity
    Subject: free p0rn 4 you !!!!
    Subject: go 2 hell u dick
    Subject . . .


    Etc. etc.

    BEsides, snail mail shows that a person sat down and composed his thoughts more so than email. Sho shoot them off some regular postage.
     
  8. jsalcedo

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    That legislator needs to get with it.

    I sort through my hundreds of porn/penis/general mtumba email daily to get to the one or two that mean anything. She has staffers to do the
    sorting anyway.

    I don't do snail mail anymore and haven't for almost a year now.
     
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