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October 19, 2004

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John

My reaction to the Windsor report:
Brilliant diagnosis of the problem. (Rumour has it N T Wright wrote this bit), but disasterous "solutions". Typical Anglican fudge, and a disaster for the Communion.

Amanda

The Hill Country is more liberal than you'd think--many great progressives come from there. Austin is a Democratic stronghold. We're Austinites! Thanks for the mention.

I'm glad you enjoyed it and I wish it had stayed as cool all weekend as it had been over the week for y'all. Congrats!

elizabeth

Yeah, sorry the weather was so bad this weekend for ya. Believe me - it's less humid than Houston!

And as Amanda said, Austin is strongly Democratic - which is why the Repubs wanted to split it up into three districts. It is funny that such a conservative stronghold would have such a definite liberal capital. But that's the way it is!

I'm glad you got to experience the beauty of Texas Hill country.

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