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  •  Barbara, will spend the next 24 hours (4.00)
    trying to secure interest in your plight.

    Kossacks, go to

    http://www.congress.org/congressorg/dbq/media/

    any contact you'll ever need you can find on this web site.

    Emails, phone calls, faxes, newspapers, etc. all the numbers are to be found on this site above.

    Let's get her some attention and help.

    •  Hello, Kossacks! (4.00)
      If any of you are sending emails, faxes, etc. don't forget to send the URL for this diary.

      It is,

      http://www.dailykos.com/story/2005/9/17/223753/006#36

      That way whoever has an interest can copy/paste or click through for her story.

    •  I sent it to ... (none)
      ... both Maryland Senators (Mikulski and Sarbanes) and Countdown w/Keith O.  Will find other ways I can contribute to getting the word out today.

      Barbara, my thoughts and prayers are with you as is my gratitude for doing this.  (I will email you offlist with more comments).

      Bow down before the one you serve. You're going to get what you deserve.

      by Bexley Lane on Sun Sep 18, 2005 at 04:51:49 AM PDT

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    •  Red Cross messed up in San Diego (none)
      Thanks for the link. I sent an email to the Los Angeles Times AND to local San Diego papers. Several years ago there was a big fire in San Diego. A lot of people gave money to the Red Cross  and specified that it was for the "Alpine fire" victims, but the victims didn't get it. At the same time, the local Red Cross CEO, Dodie Rotherham, got a hefty bonus, which was based on how much money poured into the San Diego Red Cross that year. After a public outcry, Dodie was fired and the Red Cross  seemed to shake up their organization.  Thinking that the Red Cross cleaned up their act, I have recommended that people contribute to the Red Cross rather than some unknown internet entity. Maybe that is not such a good idea.
      I have also read reports that Red Cross workers are being intimidated and that some people are coming to aid stations and taking all the stuff.  The National Guard was supposed to be there 24/7, but showed up for only one day and left. Any truth to that?

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