[eDebate] Oregon -- Isn't it a bit F****D?!?
Tue Apr 11 09:59:14 CDT 2006
I agree with Veronica so much I can't even put it in words. I really enjoyed
judging the Oregon folks this year. I doubt there is much I can do to help
all the way here in D.C. but if I can holla back.
On 4/10/06, Veronica Barreto <veronica_m_barreto at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just deleted an entire day's worth of posts to get to Israel's posts
> about the termination of the Oregon policy program. Isn't it fucked that
> people have spent all day discussing the inclusion of Roe in a resolution
> for a topic area that hasn't even been selected yet, meanwhile...ANOTHER
> program died on our watch and that has had minimal reaction. Is program
> death so common or do we all feel so secure about policy's future that we
> can afford to be so cavalier? I'm kicking myself because my day could have
> been better spent composing letters to administrators, contacting the
> debaters at Oregon to show my support, rally with them and find out what can
> be done. I know the response is that those letters never change anyone's
> mind, but don't we owe it to Oregon's current debaters and alumns whom I've
> known and respected to show solidarity even in the wake of the program.
> Clearly, our time isn't that limited if we can post to edebate.
> Izzy, Jeanette, et al. Let me know how the Weber crew can help, send us
> contacts for relevant parties, let's brainstorm.
> Veronica M. Guevara
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