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From:  <correspondence-email@lieberman.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Correspondence From Senator Lieberman
Date:  Wed, 30 Jun 2004 17:06:40 -0400

June 30, 2004
Rev. Plinio Designori
One Constitution
Hartford, CT 06103

Counselor:  Rev.?  Rev. Plinio Designori?  So now you are a Reverend?

 

Well the title of Magistor does not quite translate, … it is a combination of Reverend and Professor, but also with something else, itinerate story teller . . . something like that.  But some websites only allow certain titles, one tries to  . . . ah, translate.

 

Counselor:  And that reminds me is it Ludi Magistor or is it Magistor Ludi?  I see it both ways.

 

What?

 

Counselor:  See here on this webpage.  Ludi Magistor.  Then here and on this other page here.  See?  Magistor Ludi.

 

Well . . .I  . . .

 

Counselor:  It looks like you may just have reversed it.  Kind of  . . . what dyslexic?  Is it?

 

Certainly not.

 

Counselor:  So which is it?

 

Ah,  uh, they are . . . they are two different titles.

 

Counselor:  Two?

 

Yes, see, ah, Ludi Magistor is the Chief Magistrate.  Hence the adjective Ludi. 

 

Counselor:  But ---

 

However, when a Ludi Magistor leaves his office,  the Ludi designation is moved aft, so to speak, . . . ah, like the tassel on the cap at graduations!  Yes!  It shows he has  . . . retired from  . . . office . . .

 

Counselor:  Umhm.

 

What?  You know this is all codified and recorded in the Great Book of Ranks, Orders, and Titles.  This section is covered, if memory serves in volume 112 of the 318 volume Moonlight  Edition, of 1907. 

 

Counselor:  . . .

 

They are kept in the Moynihan Vaults, down in the seventh level.  It has been ages since I have been down there but if you like we could---

 

Counselor:  No, I don’t think I’ll be going down to the seventh level with you.

 

Well, then you will just have to take my word for it.

 

Counselor: . . .

Dear Rev. Designori:

Thank you for contacting me with your concerns on the growth of our
national debt. I share your view that the fiscal irresponsibility of the
Bush Administration has put us on the road to annual blockbuster deficits
and is seriously endangering the long term health of Social Security,
Medicare, and the education of our children.

As you may know, in May, Congress raised the national debt limit to $7.4
trillion. This was the largest increase in the debt ceiling ever approved
by Congress and sheds light on the fiscal irresponsibility of the
Presidents economic policy. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has
forecast a 2003 budget deficit of $380 billion and a deficit of $567
billion (including the $87 billion Iraqi supplemental appropriations
request) is forecast for 2004. If these forecasts are correct, then
Congress will again have to raise the national debt ceiling next fall.

The federal budget, which was in surplus just two years ago, is now
written in red ink as far as the eye can see—on the way to $2 trillion in
additional debt (over the next 5 years). That poisons the prospects for a
sustainable economic recovery and burns resources we desperately need to
make America safer and stronger.

At a time when we need to be making tough choices and setting hard
priorities, our present federal budget sinks us deeper into debt without
adequately providing for our domestic priorities. At a time when we need
to be making smart tax cuts and sound investments to grow our economy, the
President forced through more than $300 billion in ineffective tax cuts
for those who need them least—on top of the $1.7 trillion in tax cuts
pushed through in 2001. And, at a time when we should be solidifying
Social Security and Medicare in preparation for the retirement of the baby
boom generation, the Social Security trust fund is still being depleted..

A better solution for our future would be a balanced, bipartisan strategy
to strengthen our economic and retirement security. We need focused
incentives and investments that will encourage entrepreneurship,
innovation, and job growth. The President has not presented the country
with a game plan to put us back on track to long-term growth. Instead,
his budget proposals are reminiscent of the economic policies of the
1980s: big tax cuts, big spending increases, and big deficits. For our
nation to recover and have long-term growth we must commit ourselves to a
fiscally responsible economic policy that enabled the last decade of
prosperity and surplus.

I want to assure you that I am committed to an economic policy of fiscal
discipline. Most recently, I voted to amend the Iraqi Supplemental
Appropriations bill to rescind the reduction of the top tax rate of 35
percent that begins in 2005 and set the top tax rate at a level that
allows the U.S. Treasury to recoup the $87 billion appropriation by 2010.
Tax cuts and/or a simplification of the tax code will only be beneficial
to the long term economic well-being of our country and citizens if they
are offset by spending limitations. It is imperative that our nation not
again make the mistake of deficit spending that will make future economic
growth more difficult. If we are to have economic security as well as
national security, it is necessary that our government adhere to a
responsible fiscal policy.

My official Senate web site is designed to be an on-line office that
provides access to constituent services, Connecticut-specific information,
and an abundance of information about what I am working on in the Senate
on behalf of Connecticut and the nation. I am pleased to let you know
that I have launched an email news alert service through my web site. You
can sign up for any number of topic-specific email news alerts by
visiting http://lieberman.senate.gov and clicking on the "Subscribe Email
News Alerts" button at the bottom of the home page. I hope this service
is informative and useful.

Thank you again for letting me know your views and concerns. Please
contact me if you have any additional questions or comments about our work
in Congress.

Sincerely,



Joe Lieberman

JIL:kht

.

From:  <White_House_WebMail@WhiteHouse.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Re: Web Mail to President George W. Bush to Write a Differing Commenton Economy (FY 2004 Budget)
Date:  Wed, 09 Jun 2004 16:11:25 -0400
Attachments:  White House Reply ,Size: 29078 bytes.

THE WHITE HOUSE

Washington

June 9, 2004

Mr. Plinio Designori

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest

Washington, D.C. 20500-0003

Dear Mr. Designori:

Thank you for contacting President Bush about the American economy.

In 2004, America’s economy is strong and getting stronger. Despite stock market losses, a recession, the attacks of September 11, 2001, and revelation of corporate scandals, the economy has entered its third year of positive growth.

Inflation is low, interest and mortgage rates are low, more Americans than ever own their homes, business investment is on the rise, and the manufacturing sector is recovering. Since early 2003, consumer confidence has increased substantially. Due to the continuing effects of the tax relief we passed, workers are able to keep more of their hard-earned money, and small businesses are better able to invest and grow. On the jobs front, 1.5 million new jobs have been added since August 2003.

While this is encouraging news, there is more to do. President Bush has proposed a six-point plan that will create more jobs for America’s workers for years to come. This plan will strengthen the economy by making health care more affordable, eliminating frivolous and expensive lawsuits, ensuring an affordable and reliable energy supply, streamlining regulations and reporting requirements, and opening new markets for American products.

The President has also called on the Congress to make permanent the tax relief enacted in 2001 and 2003. Without Congressional action, the tax relief families are counting on will start to disappear next year. In 2005, a family of four with an income of $40,000 will see their taxes increase by $915; in 2006, small businesses will see allowable expensing shrink from $100,000 to $25,000, raising their cost of capital investment; and in 2011, the rate relief and death tax repeal enacted 3 years ago will disappear. These tax increases will hurt our families, stifle job creation, and damage our overall economy. As President Bush has said, the Congress needs to act to make the tax relief permanent.

In addition, as our economy continues to create jobs, we need to make sure that workers are trained in the skills that employers demand. In President Bush’s 2004 State of the Union Address, he announced the Jobs for the 21st Century initiative, a comprehensive plan to better prepare workers for jobs in the new millennium. This plan includes over $500 million in new funding for education and job training programs, community colleges, Pell grants, and improvements to high school education.

2   By taking action and focusing on the needs of American families and small businesses, the Administration has helped to put the economy on a path to sustained growth and job creation.

President Bush will continue working with the Congress to help create a future of prosperity and opportunity for all. Please visit the White House website, www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/economy, for more information on this important issue. Thank you again for writing, and best wishes.

Sincerely,

M

Heidi Marquez

Special Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Correspondence

From:  Senator John Edwards <mail@edwards.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  A Reply from Senator John Edwards
Date:  Tue, 8 Jun 2004 10:02:01 -0400
Dear Magistor Designori:

Thank you for contacting me to share your concerns about the national debt. I appreciate hearing from you again.

Like you, I believe that we must remain committed to paying down the national debt. There has been too much waste in our federal government, and we must restore fiscal responsibility to the budget. We have to tackle excessive spending by restoring the budget enforcement rules that have lapsed. Through smart workforce planning, and without any lay-offs, I believe that we can cut the number of government employees and contractors outside defense and homeland security by at least 10 percent over the next 10 years.

In addition, I believe we must ask the wealthiest Americans to forgo the full extent of future tax cuts. Like you, I had serious concerns about the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003. I could not support a tax cut that would provide an average tax cut of $93,000 to millionaires while providing only a few hundred dollars for the average American. This tax cut will leave middle-income taxpayers paying a greater share of all federal taxes by the end of the decade. I do not believe this is sound economic policy.

Our future economic prosperity depends on the decisions we make now. Making a commitment to paying our national debt, protecting Social Security and Medicare, investing in national priorities like prescription drugs, education, and defense will keep us on the path to prosperity. I look forward to working with my colleagues on this effort, and welcome your thoughts and ideas now and in the future.

Again, thank you for contacting me. Please keep in touch.

Yours sincerely,

John Edwards
United States Senate




**PLEASE NOTE: You have received this message from an electronic correspondence system that is not capable of receiving responses. Messages sent in direct response to this message will not be received by my office. To communicate further with me about this or any other issue of concern to you, please return to my online web form at http://edwards.senate.gov/mailform.html. I thank you for sharing your concerns, and I look forward to hearing from you again soon.

You may also choose to write to me with your concerns via my Washington, D.C. or Raleigh offices. Those messages should be directed to:

Senator John Edwards
United States Senate
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Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-3154
fax (202) 228-1374

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http://edwards.senate.gov/

From:  Hanafin, Brian (Daschle) <Brian_Hanafin@daschle.senate.gov>
To:  <PlinioDesignori@NewRuskinCollege.com>
Subject:  Message from Senator Tom Daschle
Date:  Fri, 4 Jun 2004 11:24:37 -0400
June 4, 2004

Plinio Designori
320 North Main
Sioux Falls, SD 57104

Dear Plinio:

Thank you for sending me a copy of your letters addressed to Senator McCain and a number of other Senators regarding the federal deficit. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

As you may know, when President Bush took office in 2001, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected that the federal government would run budget surpluses each year from 2002 through 2011, resulting in a total surplus of $5.6 trillion over this 10-year period. As I write today, CBO projections indicate the federal government will experience the largest deficit in our nation's history - $477 billion - with deficits each year for the foreseeable future. According to CBO, the federal government's fiscal fortunes have seen a reversal of almost $9 trillion since President Bush took office - the largest reversal in such a short period of time in our nation's history. These record deficits promise to slow the growth of our economy, raise interest rates, and hamper job creation. Moreover, they will undermine our ability to invest in health care, education, national defense, and economic security.

We have a great deal to do on both the tax and spending fronts if we are to rein in these record deficits and restore the federal government's fiscal position. President Bush acknowledged the importance of this obligation in his 2003 State of the Union address when he said, "We will not deny, we will not ignore, we will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other Presidents, and other generations." In the days ahead, I intend to work with President Bush and my congressional colleagues to see what can be done to reverse this nation's fiscal slide, and ensure that our children's future will be a bright one.

Thanks again for contacting me on this critical issue. I hope you'll continue to keep me advised of your thoughts on any matters of concern to you.

With best wishes, I am

Sincerely,



Tom Daschle
United States Senate

TAD/cmw

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From:  zzwebrespond99 (Lieberman) <senator_lieberman@exchange.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Response from Senator Lieberman
Date:  Fri, 28 May 2004 09:37:04 -0400
Dear Friend:

Thank you for visiting my Contact Center and sharing with me your
comments on the important issues I am addressing in Congress. Your
message has been received; you will be receiving a response to your
concerns as soon as our review and research have been completed.

I value having the benefit of your thoughtful views and hope you
will keep me apprised of any other matters of interest or concern to you
in the future. Please continue to visit my web site at HYPERLINK
"http://lieberman.senate.gov/ http://lieberman.senate.gov for current
information about what is happening in Congress and updated news about
my work on behalf of Connecticut. I am pleased to let you know that I
have launched an email news alert service through my web site. You can
sign up for any number of topic-specific email news alerts by visiting
my web site at HYPERLINK
"http://lieberman.senate.gov/ http://lieberman.senate.gov and clicking
on the "Subscribe Email News Alerts" button at the bottom of the home
page. I hope this service is informative and useful.

From:  Biden, Senator (Biden) <Senator@biden.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  your e-mail message
Date:  Thu, 27 May 2004 14:49:26 -0400
Thank you for your e-mail message. I appreciate having the benefit of
your views.

This response is an acknowledgement that we received your message and
will make note of your comments. Delawareans seeking a further
response who have included a postal address in their message will
receive a reply via U.S. mail as soon as possible. NOTE: Because we
have occasional problems with our e-mail system, Delawareans seeking
immediate assistance are urged to call my office in Wilmington (302)
573-6345.

For more information about the work I do as a Senator for Delaware,
please visit my web site at http://biden.senate.gov.

Sincerely,

Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
United States Senator

From:  <Russell_Feingold@feingold.senate.gov (Russell Feingold)>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Re: The return of Jeffords to the GOP
Date:  Thu, 27 May 2004 09:44:00 -0400
Dear Friend,

Thank you for taking the time to e-mail me and let me know your
thoughts on matters of concern to you. Hearing from Wisconsinites is
my most important source of information and one of the things I enjoy
most about my job.

Due to the high volume of non-constituent Internet mail and "spam"
this account receives on a daily basis, I unfortunately am unable to
respond to your message by e-mail, but I do want to respond to your
thoughts and concerns. Constituents who have included their name and
address in the e-mail will receive a letter from me through the U.S.
mail addressing the issues raised. If you did not include an address,
I encourage you to resend your original message with your address, or
feel free to use the "contact me" form on my web site at
http://feingold.senate.gov/contact.html. At this time, I am only able
to respond to e-mails that are sent individually, not to
mass-generated e-mails. However, the views expressed in any
mass-generated e-mail that includes a Wisconsin address will be
recorded.

If you have a time sensitive question, please feel free to contact one
of my offices by calling one of the numbers listed below.

Thank you for writing me, I look forward to hearing from you on other
issues of importance to you.

Sincerely,

Russell D. Feingold
United States Senator

506 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING
WASHINGTON DC 20510-4904
PH) 202-224-5323
TDD) 202-224-1280

1600 ASPEN COMMONS
ROOM 100
MIDDLETON WI 53562-3506
PH) 608-828-1200
TDD) 608-828-1215

425 STATE STREET ROOM
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PH) 608-782-5585

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#408
MILWAUKEE WI 53202-4504
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PH) 715-848-5660

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PH) 920-465-7508

From:  <larry@craig.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Your message has been sent.
Date:  Thu, 27 May 2004 10:31:33 -0400 (EDT)

Thank you for your e-mail. This automated response is just to let you know that your message was sent successfully. If you are an Idaho resident and provided your Idaho mailing address, you can expect a response by US Mail soon. Please do not reply to this confirmation message because it is sent from a separate email account that does not accept incoming messages. Please visit my website at http://craig.senate.gov if you would like to send another email message.

When a response is warranted, I will respond to your email as quickly as possible, but please be patient. Sometimes additional research is required and a response to your message may take longer. Also, when the Senate is debating a controversial issue, an increased mail volume may delay my response. Again, thank you for contacting me. I look forward to reading your message.

Sincerely,
Larry E. Craig
United States Senator

From:  <Russell_Feingold@feingold.senate.gov (Russell Feingold)>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Re: the magnificent five
Date:  Thu, 27 May 2004 09:42:47 -0400
Dear Friend,

Thank you for taking the time to e-mail me and let me know your
thoughts on matters of concern to you. Hearing from Wisconsinites is
my most important source of information and one of the things I enjoy
most about my job.

Due to the high volume of non-constituent Internet mail and "spam"
this account receives on a daily basis, I unfortunately am unable to
respond to your message by e-mail, but I do want to respond to your
thoughts and concerns. Constituents who have included their name and
address in the e-mail will receive a letter from me through the U.S.
mail addressing the issues raised. If you did not include an address,
I encourage you to resend your original message with your address, or
feel free to use the "contact me" form on my web site at
http://feingold.senate.gov/contact.html. At this time, I am only able
to respond to e-mails that are sent individually, not to
mass-generated e-mails. However, the views expressed in any
mass-generated e-mail that includes a Wisconsin address will be
recorded.

If you have a time sensitive question, please feel free to contact one
of my offices by calling one of the numbers listed below.

Thank you for writing me, I look forward to hearing from you on other
issues of importance to you.

Sincerely,

Russell D. Feingold
United States Senator

506 HART SENATE OFFICE BUILDING
WASHINGTON DC 20510-4904
PH) 202-224-5323
TDD) 202-224-1280

From:  zzwebrespond99 (Lieberman) <senator_lieberman@exchange.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Response from Senator Lieberman
Date:  Wed, 26 May 2004 21:40:41 -0400
Dear Friend:



Thank you for visiting my Contact Center and sharing with me your
comments on the important issues I am addressing in Congress. Your
message has been received; you will be receiving a response to your
concerns as soon as our review and research have been completed.

I value having the benefit of your thoughtful views and hope you
will keep me apprised of any other matters of interest or concern to you
in the future. Please continue to visit my web site at
http://lieberman.senate.gov <http://lieberman.senate.gov/ > for current
information about what is happening in Congress and updated news about
my work on behalf of Connecticut. I am pleased to let you know that I
have launched an email news alert service through my web site. You can
sign up for any number of topic-specific email news alerts by visiting
my web site at http://lieberman.senate.gov
<http://lieberman.senate.gov/ > and clicking on the "Subscribe Email
News Alerts" button at the bottom of the home page. I hope this service
is informative and useful.

From:  Senator Lamar Alexander <Correspond_Out@alexander.senate.gov>
To:  <PlinioDesignori@NewRuskinCollege.com>
Subject:  Correspondence
Date:  Tue, 25 May 2004 12:09:11 -0400



May 25, 2004


Dr. Plinio Designori
900 Georgia Ave.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402

Dear Plinio,

Thanks very much for getting in touch with me and letting me know what's on your mind regarding the state of the economy.

In May 2003, the Senate, with my support, passed and the president signed a jobs and growth package that has helped to jump-start the nation's economy. This $318 billion tax cut package lowers taxes for more than 1.5 million Tennesseans. The package, among other provisions, cuts the tax rates for both dividends and capital gains to 15 percent, increases child tax credits to $1,000 per child, and quadruples the small business deduction for expenses to $100,000. This legislation leaves money in the pockets of taxpayers and is creating jobs and growth while also providing $426 million to help Tennessee balance its budget. Last quarter, the American economy experienced its largest growth since the Reagan tax cuts in 1984. I strongly believe that this is a direct result of the president's jobs and economic growth plan.

I'm glad you took the time to get in touch with me. I'll be sure to keep your comments in mind as the Senate continues to discuss measures to help the economy.

Sincerely,

Lamar

From:  Specter, Arlen (Specter) <Arlen_Specter@specter.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Auto Reponse
Date:  Tue, 25 May 2004 13:21:29 -0400
Greetings,



Thank you for taking the time to contact me.

I receive a large volume of E-mails, phone calls, faxes and letters every week from concerned citizens like yourself. By following these simple steps, you will help me respond to your concerns in a more prompt and efficient manner.

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From:  <olympia@snowe.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Re: www_email
Date:  Mon, 24 May 2004 22:50:27 -0400
Thank you for contacting me by e-mail.
Your message has been received, and I will follow up by mailing a written
response to all Maine residents who include a postal address along with
their comments or requests. If you did not include your complete name,
mailing address and zip code, please re-send your original message along
with that information.
If you are a Maine resident with a timely or urgent request, you may wish
to contact my state office nearest you, as follows:

AUBURN
2 Great Falls Plaza
Suite 7B
Auburn, Maine 04210
207-786-2451

AUGUSTA
40 Western Ave.
Suite 408C
Augusta, Maine 04330
207-622-8292

BANGOR
One Cumberland Place
Suite 306
Bangor, Maine 04401
207-945-0432 or toll-free 800-432-1599

BIDDEFORD
231 Maine St.
Suite 2
Biddeford, Maine 04005
207-282-4144

PORTLAND
3 Canal Plaza
Suite 601
Portland, Maine 04112
207-874-0883

PRESQUE ISLE
169 Academy St.
Suite 3
Presque Isle, Maine 04769
207-764-5124

Again, thank you for being in touch.
-- Senator Olympia Snowe

From:  Biden, Senator (Biden) <Senator@biden.senate.gov>
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  your e-mail message
Date:  Sat, 22 May 2004 13:59:22 -0400
Thank you for your e-mail message. I appreciate having the benefit of
your views.

This response is an acknowledgement that we received your message and
will make note of your comments. Delawareans seeking a further
response who have included a postal address in their message will
receive a reply via U.S. mail as soon as possible. NOTE: Because we
have occasional problems with our e-mail system, Delawareans seeking
immediate assistance are urged to call my office in Wilmington (302)
573-6345.

For more information about the work I do as a Senator for Delaware,
please visit my web site at http://biden.senate.gov.

Sincerely,

Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
United States Senator

From:  White House Correspondence <webmail@whitehouse.gov>
Reply To:  webmail@Whitehouse.GOV
To:  <pliniodesignori@newruskincollege.com>
Subject:  Your Confirmation is Needed (ID0405201865)
Date:  Thu, 20 May 2004 18:56:56 -0500 (EST)

This message is to verify the authenticity of a submission
made to White House Web Mail at www.whitehouse.gov. Your
e-mail address was submitted as the address to send a
response. To confirm your interest in receiving a response
from the White House please reply to this message without
changing the subject line. You must reply to this e-mail
within 72 hours from the time stamp of this message. If
you do not reply to this e-mail, White House Web Mail will
disregard the submission received.

To: President George W. Bush
From: Mr. Plinio Designori
<PlinioDesignori@NewRuskinCollege.com>
Subject: Write a Differing Comment on Economy (FY 2004
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