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Mr. Blackwell  - [Mr. Blackwell, who was the Ohio Co-Chairman of Mr. Bush's Presidential Campaign, has dismissed the Rev. Jackson's request. Citing the fact that Rev. Jackson is] just another sour grapes, colored philanderer ... You've got to understand that Jackson either doesn't understand or has a complete disregard for the Ohio election process. Here's how it works...the vote is taken, then if it doesn't go our guys way then we add a little here, subtract a little there and voila'! we have four more years of Fundamentalist Christian Rule.

[Mr. Blackwell, who was the Ohio Co-Chairman of Mr. Bush's Presidential Campaign, has dismissed the Rev. Jackson's request. Citing the fact that Rev. Jackson is] just another sour grapes, colored philanderer ... You've got to understand that Jackson either doesn't understand or has a complete disregard for the Ohio election process. Here's how it works...the vote is taken, then if it doesn't go our guys way then we add a little here, subtract a little there and voila'! we have four more years of Fundamentalist Christian Rule.

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Nancy Giles  - After meeting with Louisiana officials last week, Rev. Jesse Jackson said, quote, 'Many black people feel that their race, their property conditions and their voting patterns have been a factor in the response.' He continued, quote, 'I'm not saying that myself.' Then I'll say it. If the majority of the hardest hit victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans were white people, they would not have gone for days without food and water, forcing many to steal for mere survival. Their bodies would not have been left to float in putrid water. They would have been rescued and relocated a hell of a lot faster than this. Period. I mean, reporters and crews are getting to stranded people, and government and military agencies can't? Why don't the networks run FEMA? When I saw pictures of black people taking things from stores, my first thought was: 'How are those Nikes necessary for your survival?' And then it hit me: People need shoes and clothing. Some escaped the floods with just the clothing on their backs. We have American citizens, not 'refugees' from an underdeveloped country, waiting for food, water, shelter, and electricity for four, five, six days.

After meeting with Louisiana officials last week, Rev. Jesse Jackson said, quote, 'Many black people feel that their race, their property conditions and their voting patterns have been a factor in the response.' He continued, quote, 'I'm not saying that myself.' Then I'll say it. If the majority of the hardest hit victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans were white people, they would not have gone for days without food and water, forcing many to steal for mere survival. Their bodies would not have been left to float in putrid water. They would have been rescued and relocated a hell of a lot faster than this. Period. I mean, reporters and crews are getting to stranded people, and government and military agencies can't? Why don't the networks run FEMA? When I saw pictures of black people taking things from stores, my first thought was: 'How are those Nikes necessary for your survival?' And then it hit me: People need shoes and clothing. Some escaped the floods with just the clothing on their backs. We have American citizens, not 'refugees' from an underdeveloped country, waiting for food, water, shelter, and electricity for four, five, six days.

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