Thursday, April 22, 2004

How Magnificently Our Community Spoke!

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Unity is power. See below. We apologize for not being able to publicize hundreds of other e-mails & faxes.

See how EVERY COMPONENT of the Asian American community spoke up. See how VERY ACTIVE REPUBLICANS, including a member of the NRCC Business Council, and a student recently invited by V.P. Cheney to attend a national phone hook-up, and a radio personality, insist on a satisfactory answer to 80-20's questionnaire. We salute these individuals for their selfless effort on behalf of our community.
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Dear Mr. Bush, I have heard that you did not reply to 80-20 questionnaire, is that correct? I urge you to respond the questions. Otherwise, your ignoring to fill out those questions will indicate that you are ignoring Asian Americans. Thanks!
Daniel Tsukamoto, Address: ...

Dear Hon. George W. Bush:
... Please answer 80-20 PAC, Inc. questionnaire and let APAs as well as others know where you stand. ...
Fel Anthony Amistad
Editor, Political Empowerment, Asian Journal Publications
San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles Community Activist, Filipino-American Associations, NAFFA, Fil-Am Chamber of Commerce, San Francisco, etc

Candidate George Bush,
... Please answer the questionnaire from the 80-20 PAC, else I shall not consider your candidacy.
Rohit Chatterjee, Address: ...

... I am a registered Republican who voted for you in 2000 but if you do not answer this questionnaire, I feel you do not deserve my vote or my campaign donations in 2004.
John F. Kim, Address: ...

Dear Candidate George Bush,
... Please answer 80-20's questionnaire regarding enforcement of Executive Order 11246 for Asian Americans. I will not consider your candidacy until
Paul Kikuchi, Address: ...

Candidate George W. Bush:
... I understand that you have not yet completed 80-20's questionnaire. I implore you to respond satisfactorily, so that I might consider your candidacy.
Dung Nguyen, Address: ...

Dear President Bush,

For the record, I am a registered Republican, and am a supporter of you and the Republican party. My Asian friends and I attend many of the party's functions on a regular basis. For instance, 10 of us attended the NRCC Business Council fund raising dinner at DC a few months ago, which set a new record for fund raised in a single event.

I am also a member of 80-20. It came to my attention that 80-20 is still waiting for your response to its questionnaire. Your satisfactor y response, or lack of response, will have an impact on independent mind like us to decide whether we should continue our support of your quest for the presidency. ...
James Cheung, President, Agio Solutions, ...

Presidential Candidate Mr. George Bush,
... But I will not consider voting for you if you do not answer the 80-20's questionnaire satisfactorily.
Bik-Kee Vuong, Address: ...

Candidate George Bush,
As an avid support of your campaign - I have hosted a college party for you at Case Western Reserve University; my younger sister has also campaigned for you at the University of Dayton as a high school senior ...
Please take a moment to consider 80-20's questionna ire, as this bloc group can definitely contribute to both your successes and failures in this close campaign.
Fulter Hong Address: ...

Dear President Bush:
I am writing to ask you to please answer the questionnaire that has been sent to you by the API political organization 80/20. I just registered today as an Independent, ...
Arthur Bueno Address: ...

Dear Dr. Woo~
As more or less a "moderate Republican," I want to thank you and commend you for being truly an non-partisan voter, and for encouraging others to see things as balanced as you do.

It might please you to know that as an 80-20 member, I have already written several emails and a few letters imploring Bush/Cheney to immediately acknowledge & agree to 80-20's reasonable requests. I did this not only because I support Bush/Cheney more than I support Kerry (for now, at least), but because I think 80-20's requests are valid.

I will attach a copy of one of my most recent letters both sent & emailed to Pres. Bush & Vice Pres. Cheney for your perusal.

Brian DeRiancho (Alias: DJ Brian)
80-20 NJ

Dear George Bush and Dick Cheney,
I am a young Asian American Independent Voter urging you to take the time to adequately address the issues enumerated in 80-20's questionnaire.
Rosa Nguyen Address: ...

I am a Republican and am very much interested in your position on E.O 11246. Please answer 80-20 questionnaire! I appreciate your work for the country and stand firm on principles!
Christopher K Chong, MD Address: ...

Dear President Bush:
I am an Asian American Republican, working for a well respected financial company in the insurance industry. ... Unless you answer the questionnaire satisfactorily, my colleagues and community will not consider your candidacy.
Linh T.C. Nguyen, Address: ...

To President George W Bush,
I admire your administration and its accomplishments for our country these past four years, and I favor another four years of the same. However, your refusal to answer 80-20's questionnaire regarding equal opportunity for all Americans jeopardizes your chances of reelection. I urge you to ...
Francis Vu Address: ...

Failure to answer the questions will be interpreted negatively by me.
James Uy, retired Independent Voter Address: ...

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