Monday, February 11, 2008

Guidelines for Placing Items in the MCDAC Newsletter

The Medina County Democratic Action Committee sends out an weekly email newsletter early each Friday morning. We are happy to run items from Democratic candidates about their campaigns and to run announcements about campaign events like fundraisers. There is no charge for this service, but the following guidelines must be observed:

1. We require that you give us a short paragraph describing the event with information such as date, time, location, cost, contact person, any telephone numbers and email addresses. This paragraph must be included in your email message to us requesting that we run the announcement. It cannot be an attachment. We don't edit your announcements and are not responsible for any mistakes.

2. This information must be received by Wednesday at 5 pm to be included in that Friday's newsletter.

3. We reserve the right to reject any announcement without explanation.

4. Announcements must be sent by email to

MCDAC is a separate political action committee and is not part of the Medina County Democratic Party, although it often works with the MCDP on various projects. Therefore, posting an item with MCDAC does not guarantee that it will be posted by the Medina County Democratic Party at its website,

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

After the primaries, the Democratic candidate should demand accountability for gross violations of the Geneva Convention while promising The United States of America Commander in Chief, Sec. of Defense Rumsfeld, Joint Chiefs of Staff, several generals, majors, and twelve members of Congress would receive a fair trial in The Hague.

The world must determine if the use of secrete bases for torture and murder of prisoners violated the Geneva Convention.

The world must determine if defendants funding and/or use of private military forces to circumvent the Geneva Convention established rules of prisoner human rights is a violation of the Geneva Convention.

The world must determine if defendants' "non-combatants" argument remains a legal loophole or smokescreen.

If the world determines these are violations of Geneva Convention then those convicted must be imprisoned and/or executed.

If the world determines thee are not violations of Geneva Convention then there are no human rights for anyone captured because by definition loophole all war is terrorism.

Commander in Chief promised to capture or kill fifty-four men (two jokers) and after two years unilaterally through out the accepted United States of America rules of engagement against prisoners of war.

United States Commander in Chief actions positions our children in harms way. Military uniforms become rags. Hospitals become easy targets to gather or kill non-combatants, Businessmen and families are desired sources of information to be tortured and killed because by the new "no human rights slippery slope" is defined by each side of any conflict.

For their violations of torture and murder, hang them all.

Robert F. McCafferty
3576 Monterey Circle
Brunswick OH 44212