View Full Version : Response from the Christian Science Monitor regarding my "thank you" e-mail

01-01-2008, 08:25 AM
Many thanks for your comments, which you can be sure I will share with my editors and colleagues. We have always felt that our readers were men and women of good will, anywhere in the world. It's thrilling to hear from one of them. May the new year be full of promise for our world. All best, Gail Chaddock

From: Abdul M. Ismail
Sent: Tue 1/1/2008 5:45 AM
To: Chaddock, Gail (Wash. D.C.)
Subject: Thank You (Dr. Ron Paul)

Here is e-mail from Abdul M. Ismail

Responding to: http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/0102/p01s08-uspo.html

Dear Ms. Chaddock,

I'm British but used to live and work in the
conservative heartland of Casper, Wymoning in the
1990's while working for a NASA subcontrator. I'm
Muslim but while a resident of the US, I used to read
your paper as I found other media to be far too
interested in promoting issues of self-interest groups
rather than a balanced opinion.

Policy dictated by the US President affects all of us
around the world so naturally, I take a great deal of
interest of who is running for the nomination and
their position on important issues such as foreign

I noticed that the mainstream media in the US have
done whatever it could to sideline Dr. Paul. As you
reported, Dr. Paul's supporters raised >$19M in the
last quarter and more importantly >$6M in one day,
much more than any other candidate in history yet
it went unreported. This was but one example.

So, I wish to take this opportunity to thank you for
your role in 'responsible media' by covering Dr. Ron
Paul, his issues and his campaign.

A Happy New Year to you and your staff.

Yours sincerely,

Abdul M. Ismail

[AMI: Excuse the grammatical errors!]

01-01-2008, 08:27 AM
Nice. Thank you and welcome to the Revolution

01-01-2008, 08:47 AM
Leave it to one of the "stuffy subjects of the crown" to say it so well!:D
Well Done sir, and thank you.

01-01-2008, 08:48 AM
bloody brilliant!