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May 24, 2010

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Bivey

I'm glad to know that, with reflection, it was a more positive experience than you felt initially. Progress is progress, and if real listening was indeed happening, that does feel like progress to me. Also, as I've written elsewhere, it's hard to know everything they're thinking since they might have to be circumspect about any shifts in thinking you may have caused. And whatever else may or may not be true, they invited you to give it your best shot - and, if restricted (ironically) by technology, you did!

John in NC

Marsha - thoughtful and deeply reflective, as ever. If only they had the good sense to gather some of you together for a real conversation. They don't seem ready to really listen, but perhaps they're the wrong people to be talking to, anyhow. Their politics will change when the public will changes. Keep using your bully pulpits.

John in NC

Marsha - thoughtful and deeply reflective, as ever. If only they had the good sense to gather some of you together for a real conversation. They don't seem ready to really listen, but perhaps they're the wrong people to be talking to, anyhow. Their politics will change when the public will changes. Keep using your bully pulpits.

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