Great Information! I am saluting as I write this. Long Live
Long Live the Super Hornet!!!!!
I can't stop.
If you think I am trying to close the NAS Key West facility you are
How could a single citizen with no political clout do such a
And Ask Questions of the
Navy, no less. (I can see John Paul Jones rolling over in his
But just to clarify my mission, I want you, and everyone who is going
to call me names, to
get this straight. I asked one question at my initial meeting
Key West personnel...
" Who was the NAS Key West person responsible for changes in the
2004 AICUZ map?"
Seems simple enough, don't you think? ( I even tried to use no more
than two syllable words so as
not to confuse anyone.)
No threats of letter writing, No tantrums that I would call my congress
person, just one simple question.
"Who was the NAS Key West person responsible for changes in the 2004
No one at the NAS Key West facility has the answer. Someone at
West changed that map.
You want to give a guess? ( Hey Deep Throat... are you reading
Give me call.)
If I were a good military person like you, I would write a note to the
present CO and demand that he
find the answer to that question. (I have included a definition
word truth in case the CO has no
understanding of that word) The definition
is "agreement with fact
Otherwise, we have to assume that there are no dictionaries on the
base. Tell the CO to put down the
version of the Constitution edited by Dick Cheney and go out and buy
the one authored by Thomas Jefferson.
There are some dramatic differences!
It is the present command at NAS Key West that is practicing this
discriminatory policy against
normal citizens that face the consequences of The Navy's "Social
Bigotry" campaign here in Key West.
Did you know that NAS Key West does not block "building in the crash
zone" if the housing is for
poor or lower income people? I am sure the Navy has some report
identifies that segment of our community
as a segment of the population that cannot afford an attorney to fight
"Social Bigotry". (Sorry, I get carried away when
I speak of social injustice.) I bet that guy who changed the 2004
AICUZ map knows where that report is.
All in all, I understand your concern but believe me, I support every
service person and their families for their sacrifices
and I believe that they would support the First Amendment right of
every American that wants to ask a question.
Paul S. Caruso