First Choice Criterion

linandmary linandmary at
Sat Nov 7 11:55:49 PST 1998

I totally agree with this comment. True welfare is to educate the
participants and bring up their work skills thus allowing them to compete
for better paying jobs. The business community wants the citizens to think
that they are true red, white, and blue but as usual they want all the
blue($$$$$).They (business) will fight tooth and nail to keep wages down and
their profits up. Nothing wrong with profit( its the American way) but
enough is enough. Slavery in another form and fashion. L.B. Sumter, SC
-----Original Message-----
From: Michael A. Schoenfield <maschoen at>
To: election-methods-list at <election-methods-list at>
Date: Saturday, November 07, 1998 1:39 PM
Subject: Re: First Choice Criterion

>What makes you think that slavery is not active at this time! The new
>welfare rules and laws have the intention to force women to take low-paying
>jobs (slavery) and to place their children in day-care. Now, a true welfare
>reform program would stress education so that these women could take on
>well-paying jobs. But the answer to this is no, the business community
>cannot find enough people for low-paying and/or disagreeable jobs, so they
>will force low skill women into these jobs. Where I come from, this is
>called slavery.
>Michael S.
>Michael Schoenfield
>Michael A. Schoenfield & Associates, Ltd.
>2637 Mason Street
>Madison, WI 53705-3709
>(608) 238-6121 Voice
>(608) 233-2507 Fax
>maschoen at E-Mail
>----- Original Message -----
>From: David Catchpole <s349436 at>
>To: <election-methods-list at>
>Sent: Friday, November 06, 1998 6:39 AM
>Subject: Re: First Choice Criterion
>>On Wed, 4 Nov 1998, Daniel Davis wrote:
>>>     Well Corny, if you want to be ultra-meta-super-idealistic, why have
>representatives?  Time for some greek city-state
>>> democracy.
>>Yeah, I think slavery should come back in fashion, don't you guys?
>>(P.S. This is sarcasm... honestly!)

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