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    Post Allow me to intruduce myself!

    I am an era of Trujillo, nationalized Dominican, by birth and at age nine, in the 1965, constitutionalists Revolution, I was in a Commando in Ciudad Nueva, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

    My family moved to New York in 1967 due and as a result of a voluntary political and economic exile. I went to High school in the state of Indiana and atended Florida A&M University in Tallahassee Florida, and completed my Bachelor Of Science Degree in Political Science and Public Administration, with a minor in Socialogy. While attending FAMU I participated in the student government and got elected as a representative in the Student Government Congress for two years and then became the Attorney General for the last to years.

    AS A PROFESSIONAL, I HAVE MORE TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF HUMAN SERVICES AT THE LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT LEVEL, PROVIDING DIRECT SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMONWELTH OF MASSACHUSETTS AND FLORIDA.

    Now I am involved in the process, with some Dominican nationals and businesses in organizing The "PARTIDO DE LA ESPERANZA DOMINICANA" (P.E.D.).

    ONE OF THE MANY OBJECTIVES THE P.E.D IS TO GIVE THE DOMINICAN PEOPLE THE HOPE THEY HAVE LOST, BY PROVIDING TO EACH CITIZEN A GOVERNMENT THAT WILL REALLY REPRESENT THEM WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT TO THEIR HUMAN RIGHTS WITH CLEAR TRANSPARENCY IN THE BUSINESS THE GOVERMENT IS CONDUCTING ON THEIR BEHALF.

    There are so many issues in the areas of employment, education, Mental and Phisical health, immigration, crime, corruption within the government and lack of true representation of the people.

    Who is the current administration really representing? Perhaps we can ask DIANDINO PENA, AND THOSE WHO ARE GETTING BIG CONTRACTS FROM THE P.L.D.? Who is enforcing the anti-corruption laws in the Dominican republic, such as law # 82-78 among many, many others? What is the P.L.D. doing to resolved the Haitian's pacific invation of the Dominican territory? Ah? What?
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    Dominicanos este es tu pais no te dejes enganar por tu Representantes en el govierno: Unete Al Partido De La "Esperanza" Dominicana.

    ps: for those, who without looking at themself or at who they represent, think I am an idiot, let me tell you, this idiot knows what can be a better approach to the "LIBERATION AND SOVEREIGNTY" OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND ITS PEOPLE. "DIOS" "PATRIA" Y "LIBERTAD" ES MI FILOSOFIA. AMEN.

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    Default I welcome you to DR1

    It will be good to have you here to add your knowledge to these boards. Welcome and good luck. There are many "experts" on this board that will debate with you regarding your beliefs I am sure. Looking forward to reading your posts.

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    Rtejeda,
    For the second time I will welcome you to DR1. As you have finally introduced yourself to us and have given us a summary as to who you represent and what you wish to accompolish, why you didn't explain such in your other thread is a mystery, then I wish to detract my calling you an idiot and apologize for same.

    Now that you have opened up the pathway then rest assured that you will be questioned concerning your beliefs and recommendation that you have made.

    Off the top of my head I have a couple of question that I consider very relevant to your introduction and I hope that you will accommodate us with your answers to the first of many questions that I believe will go your way.

    1.Do you consider yourself American, Dominican/American, Dominican or what?

    2. When is the last time you were here in the Dominican Republic.

    3. Who is the president and who are the other officers of this P.E.D. party?

    4. As you failed to expand on the law you mentioned and as there are so many laws and decrees here what is Ley 82-78?

    Awaiting your reply.

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtejeda
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    Dominicanos este es tu pais no te dejes enganar por tu Representantes en el govierno: Unete Al Partido De La "Esperanza" Dominicana.

    ps: for those, who without looking at themself or at who they represent, think I am an idiot, let me tell you, this idiot knows what can be a better approach to the "LIBERATION AND SOVEREIGNTY" OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND ITS PEOPLE. "DIOS" "PATRIA" Y "LIBERTAD" ES MI FILOSOFIA. AMEN.
    I'll give you the welcome out of courtesy.

    However, your last sales pitch there sounds very much like every single Dominican politician who has ever aspired to rule the country... for themselves.

    "I know what this country needs... all you simply need to do is trust in me..."

    Sounds familiar indeed!

    All that we need is the following to fully round this little debacle: "because I have the almighty power and intelligence to make things right!"

    There, that should do it!

    -NALs

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    Rtejeda,

    You have been a member of this board for 4 days and you have started 3 threads and 8 posts.

    In your first post you state “# 1 Dominicans are more disgaged than ever before from the political process, participation in voting was only 60% on the last election, of May 16Th, 2006. This is due to the fact that the current government (P.L.D) administration is not really representing the best interest of the electorates- the Dominican people.”


    Do you even have any idea as to how many Dominicans vote each election?

    According to the JCE;
    2006 election 56.5 % voted 2,991,031 people voted
    2004 election 72.8 % voted 3,613,700 people voted
    2002 election 51.4 % voted 2,297,835 people voted
    2000 election 76.1 % voted 3,236,906 people voted
    1996 election 2,903,859 people voted
    1994 election 3,015,750 people voted

    List of DR political parties here doesn’t show your PED.

    According to your autobiography here it seems to attest to your being well schooled. After a check I have found 45 English grammatical errors in your eight posts.

    In lieu of answering the questions that I have asked you we have been bombarded with your trumpery and your contumelious attempt to denigrate the PLD party. Rather than being an interlocutor and therefore acquiring an estimable impression from us you continue to place yourself in an odious position.

    Rick
    Last edited by Rick Snyder; 06-20-2006 at 10:39 PM.

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    Sounds like he is trying to establish legitimacy of a political party in the DR in order to get his share of the cake from the government handputs to other parties, doesn't it?

    He was Attorney General for "to" years? That doesn't make sense. Did he mean "two", do you think?

    I'd be careful of this guy myself. He comes on like the one who had the
    "160" IQ awhile back.

    Texas Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Bill
    I'd be careful of this guy myself. He comes on like the one who had the
    "160" IQ awhile back.
    Who was that?

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    This is why I truly love DR1ers! In this forum, it is not the credentials that you present or your personal history or your academic background that DR1ers care about, but rather, it is the the substance of your contribution to the ongoing discussion that everyone here takes interest in. I am looking forward to hear the OP's responses. Welcome to DR1.

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    Default Prio To May 2006 More 100 Diputados And 28 Senadores Violated The Law.

    Prior To The May 2006 Election There Where More Than 100 Diputados And 28 Senadores Who Failed To Comply With The Law # 82-78 Which Requires Elected And Appointed Government Officials To Submit A Declaration Of Their Financial Status, They Never Did And Nothing Happenned, Why?

    Now After The May 2006 Elections, Let See How Many, "if Any", Of The Newly Elected Diputados And Senadores Will Violate, This Never Enforced Law By The P.L.D Or Any Of The Previous Government Administrations.

    Law # 82-78 Is A Tool To Prevent Corruption But Never Enforced, Why?
    Last edited by rtejeda; 06-21-2006 at 02:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtejeda
    Prior To The May 2006 Election There Where More Than 100 Diputados And 28 Senadores Who Failed To Comply With The Law # 82-78 Which Requires Elected And Appointed Government Officials To Submit A Declaration Of Their Financial Status, They Never Did And Nothing Happenned, Why?

    Now After The May 2006 Elections, Let See How Many, "if Any", Of The Newly Elected Diputados And Senadores Will Violate, This Never Enforced Law By The P.L.D Or Any Of The Privious Government Administrations.

    Law # 82-78 Is A Tool To Prevent Corruption But Never Enforced, Why?
    Why do you capitalize every word? You sound like a fool.

    Why don't you answer Rick Snyder's questions?

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