Ok, perhaps you think that Washington D.C. has a rather large concentration of fools/jesters/harlequins and this is merely Stanczyk pandering some professional courtesy to his Professional peers. I can hardly blame you for thinking them like myself. The difference is that they get paid to be fools and Stanczyk is just an amateur. Of course, if you want Stanczyk for the Senate, write me in this fall in PA’s senate race. Then Stanczyk too can be a professional fool and surely I can do no worse.
I was lamenting the Library of Congress changing their links again and breaking my web pages. As many of you know, I have a web page on Dziennik Polski (the Detroit daily Polish language newspaper). This jester is rather fond of newspapers for their value in their historical context and for their use in genealogy. So I was reviewing my web page when I noticed the LOC link broke again. Damn! I am fixing that.
I did a little googling to find the new page. Instead I stumbled across the Congessional Record itself. Fortunately, I had written, the 108th Congress, 29-September-2004, and page S9931 in my article on the web. This was enough for me to locate the exact page in the actuall Congressional Record which available online (1998-present). Here is the link:
So your research experiment is to:
- select Archived Tables (pick 2004, click on “Go” button.
- scroll down to number 120 (which equates to 29-September, 2004) click on the link in Senate column: S9867
- this loads a PDF document. Scroll to bottom type in field next to Go to page button, then type S9931 and click
This will have to suffice, until I fix my link. At least you can find my reference and more importantly, it is a valuable resource for research (albeit primarily on the doings of fools in D.C.). Be a good electorate and read…then vote informed with FACTS not the current rhetoric that tries to masquerade as facts when its is just a freak show misrepresentation. The circus is always in town and right now the clowns run amok.