[Vision2020] The Auntie Establishment and Brother Carl Show (May 13, 2007)

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Sun May 13 17:03:36 PDT 2007

Greetings Visionaires -

She's baaaaaaack.

With Bro C up in Post Falls taking possession of his new Mazda, we can only
assume that he will return to Moscow's airwaves once Auntie collects
sufficient contributions to pay his bail

Until then, and starting today, Auntie is flying solo on the high wire and
without a net.  She peppered KRFP's bandwidth with conscientious attacks on
Dr. Weitz' lawsuit and Mit Romney's campaign for the presidency.  She
reflected with heart-felt optimism on Oregon's recognition of same-sex
domestic partnerships and recalled memories of a high school friend whose
path she crossed recently while in Dallas, Texas to attend a YWCA
convention.  Without missing a single beat, Auntie focused on General
Batiste's latest video campaign against President Bush's Iraq policy.
Auntie went on to analyze Bush's economic evolution, both domestic and
Mid-East, in a presentation I like to call "Bush By the Numbers".
Inter-mixed among her public service announcements was an urgent public
service warning concerning the recent release, here in Moscow, of Steven J.
Sitler, an admitted multiple child molester.

In case you were unable to tune in to today's show, you may download and
listen to it from:


This week's song dedication goes out to Dr. Weitz, whose long-time
affiliation with the Moscow School District and support for its students has
degenerated from a pillar of strength against many of the "storms"
confronted by the school to the local bully threatening to disrupt our
children's right to a quality education.  On May 25th Dr. Weitz' lawsuit
becomes more than a dinner table topic of debate as the Moscow School
District tightens its fiscal belt even more when they hand out pink slips to
the hard working, less fortunate collateral damage of Dr. Weitz' angst.

Dr. Weitz, no longer that warm-hearted supporter of public education, has
evolved to become  . . .

"A Mean One"

Seeya round town, Moscow.

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

"I think one of the best ways to support education is to make successful
private schools like Logos prosper through tax exemption."

- Donovan Arnold (July 11, 2005)

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