Since WE Asked: This Fits You To A Tee
Last Sunday, we were tired of politics ... unlike today. So, we decided to find out whether you had something you'd like to get off your chest. Or rather, what you'd like to say on your chest in the form of a motto
If you could wear a T-shirt that would express you view on life, what would be printed on it?
Your answers follow. After reading through them, please take a minute to answer this week's question. Or, rather, take 60 Minutes.
1. Trust in your hopes, rather than your fears. 2. Have faith in HIM, but, lock your doors. 3. I'm a Democrat, informed and educated, and I WILL VOTE my conscience (I challenge others only to be educated and vote, rather than simply vote, or worse, not vote at all). And, on the back: You don't have to agree with me but at least vote and do so being properly informed. PLEASE. 4. Children are our future ' if we want them to have a better life, we have to advocate for them and teach them. For now, we are their hope, so that they may be our legacy ' more than just a promise, DON'T LEAVE IT UP TO CHANCE ' BE INVOLVED. ' Heather H., Medford
Life is short ... Play hard. ' Chris S., Medford
If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention! ' G. Putnam, Jacksonville
Life shouldn't be a journey to the grave with the idea of arriving safely in an attractive & well-preserved body; but to skid in sideways, body all used up, worn out & yelling WOO HOO! WHAT A RIDE! ' Gypsy, Grants Pass
Life is full of challenges, face each one as they come! ' J.L.D., Central Point
It would say exactly what the T-shirt my graduating class gave me over 18years ago, Don't mess with me, You know how I get. ' Lisa M., Central Point
Be happy every morning that you wake up in America! ' Jim H., White City
On the front: Please cancel my subscription. On the back: I don't want any more of your issues. ' Robert K., Portland
Californians ... GO HOME! ' Mark K., Medford
Life is big people helping little people to become big people. ' Patty L., Gold Beach
Treat People Like You Like To Be Treated. ' Laurie C., Central Point
Why do I need a cowboy hat when I got no Horsey? ' Lynda S., Central Point (wannabe)
Enjoy The Moment ' Lee W., Medford
I love this GAME! ' Hilary H., Medford
Money + Technology = Death! ' David S., Cyberspace
This Week's Question
When George Bush (the elder) ran for president, he had a famous run-in with CBS News anchor Dan Rather. Now, more than a decade later, the current President Bush has crossed paths with Rather ' in terms of the anchorman's involvement in the controversy over forged documents pertaining to the president's service in the National Guard.
Coincidences aside, however, the incident has raised new questions about the accuracy, fairness and impartiality of news outlets. With that in mind, we ask:
Has the controversy surrounding Dan Rather and CBS News affected the way you view the national media?
Please keep your answers brief and on the issue at hand. Responses received without your name and town can not be considered for publication. All responses will appear on the Web site a week from today.
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