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Hi HH!

Greatest idea.  I've sent a message to Caymannetnews.com they already have 
a field for letters to the editor.



At 12:17 PM 8/19/2005 -0400, Huntzinger, Hugh A [AMSRD-AAR-AEW-E (D)] wrote:
>Don writes:
> > Marv Gozum wrote:
> >>
> >> What we should do is voice concern to the Caymanian gov't that a
> >> boycott of their island is what we would do if this is not corrected.
> >
> > I think that's an excellent idea.  The question is, to whom do we write?
> >
> > Hugh, our resident expert on all things Cayman, any suggestions?
>
>In general, I suspect that its probably more effective to write are to the
>websites of the newspapers...  CaymanNetNews and the Cayman Compass ... So
>that the sentiment is seen "in public", rather than able to be ignored by a
>Government mail drop someplace.  Contact info for each is here:
>
>http://www.caymannetnews.com/contact.shtml
>
>http://www.caycompass.com/CFPCCeditor.shtml
>
>
>Overall, I think what needs to be made clear is that as tourists, all it
>takes is "one bad trip" and they lose our revenue...and thus their own
>quality of life...for years, or potentially "forever".  This letter to the
>Editor from Yesterday's CNN is a fairly good example of what to say
>(although IMO it would have benefitted from being a bit more clear in
>driving home its intended point):
>
>http://www.caymannetnews.com/2005/08/904/letter2.shtml
>
>
>-Hugh