Bush opponents unite In the ensuing days that came after the election, a number of us have joined to form an activists group called Citizens Against That Letter (CATL). The “letter” that CATL is referring to is the one letter that you cannot find in this entire “Letter to the Editor.” Just to help you figure out the letter CATL is against, here are some things that don’t have that letter: zoo, xylophone, queer. CATL is committed to never using that letter again. CATL even plans to begin campaigns to encourage other CATL supporters to vie for the renaming of states, cities, people, products, rivers, etc.

You ask: Us at CATL are so angry, because? Yet another election has been stolen from us, that’s because! Us are not going to take it anymore!

This protest and ongoing acts of civil disobedience is going to have enormous impact. It may be subtle at first but over time the alphabet and the people that use it are going to notice that one of its brethren — and an evil brethren at that — is getting its short shrift and falling out of favor and should be expelled from the alphabet, pronto, period.

If not, then there is constantly the danger of the domino effect as other letters of the alphabet come to be associated to particular people, places or things that are too heinous to be named.

So join us!

No URL is possible at this time. And CATL is still searching for a phone number that doesn’t have the number “9” in it and besides, us don’t even have an address until CATL headquarters moves from its home in the upper left hand corner of the United States.

Sincerely,

Bill Ilson

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