Re[2]: WELCOME TO THE CONSTITUENT ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICE

SALMQUIS@library.unt.edu
Tue, 5 Mar 1996 13:05:25 -0600

My goodness, such a response. I am frankly quite disappointed at the
intolerence shown on this listserv. I understand that some hackers did
this to several politicians including the president and first lady.
Apparently, listserv owners were able to stop their response messages.
Not so in the case of Mr. Newt.

Sorry to take up your screen space with this.

Sincerely yours,

Sharon Almquist
salmquis@library.unt.edu

_____________________________ Reply Separator _________________________________
Subject: Re: WELCOME TO THE CONSTITUENT ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICE
Author: Nancy Grayum <grayum@honeydew.cc.wwu.edu> at Internet
Date: 03/05/96 08:56 AM


PLEASE GET THIS $$%%^&%^&((%#@#$&%^*& OFF MY DESKTOP!



On Tue, 5 Mar 1996, GA06.GINGRICH wrote:

> Thank you for contacting me through the House of Representatives'
> Constituent Electronic Mail System (CEMS). I am pleased to be a
> part of this effort to offer citizens a quick and efficient way to
> communicate with their representatives in Congress.
>
> As the ability of Congress to communicate and share information
> over the Internet is expanded, I expect that program enhancements
> will be announced and additional members will choose to participate.
> Your patience during these early stages of the CEMS is greatly
> appreciated. You can learn more about the CEMS through the
> Internet address CONGRESS@HR.HOUSE.GOV.
>
> If you live in my Congressional District, please be assured that any
> message you send me over the Internet will be brought to my attention.
> Be sure to include your mailing address in your Internet message. Thank
> you again for your interest.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> NEWT GINGRICH
> MEMBER OF CONGRESS
>