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Friday, January 19, 2007
Letter to the Editor, Orange County Register

Truth, Justice Battle Corrupt Judicial System

We (the Piecemakers) have broken no laws that were established by our forefathers and shaped our nation. If we are guilty of anything it's working 12 hours a day to sustain our nation and keep the perpetrators and those out to destroy the economy of America out of our store. Using the taxpayer's money for a lawsuit this ludicrous is a disgrace to our nation.

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f I felt like going to jail for an alleged misdemeanor would bring truth and justice back to our country I would feel it an honor to do so. However, the people who really serve our country and keep the wheels turning are the people in the business world — working, paying their taxes, supporting their families, and giving to the needy if necessary. These are the people who bring honor to our country.

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ur battle with the judicial system is showing up yet again its corruption.

-Marie Kolasinski

Piecemakers
Costa Mesa

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Friday, January 19, 2007
Letter to the Editor, Orange County Register

Patriots and Freedom Fighters

Rosa Parks is justifiably lionized for triggering the civil rights revolution by standing up to unjust laws.

Since the courage of one's convictions can be measured by how much one is willing to lose, Marie Kolasinski's moral courage exceeds Rosa Parks'.

Marie and her 26 people, with no MBA or business experience, have built the Piecemakers Store into a seven-figure enterprise — she has a lot to lose. But she feels she isn't "qualified" for such success. Thus, she gives God the credit.

Government propaganda twists her humility into arrogance, accusing her of thinking she's "above the law" because she credits God.

Marie knows the "laws" she has "broken" are unjust because there is no victim. Not one. Some bureaucrat lost face because she refused to bow down to him.

Customers, like myself, are horrified that in 2007 America, an 85-year-old woman could be jailed for refusing to remodel her kitchen. Since there is a Constitutional right to be let alone, we demand that government leave her alone and end its violence against her. It cannot win.

Like Rosa Parks, the power of Marie's courage, and justness of her cause, will defeat the state.

Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.

-Don Hull
Costa Mesa

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Dear Editor,

I have known Marie Kolasinski longer than anyone on this planet — she is my sister.

It isn't necessary to go into her jail time — yes, jail for not obeying the health department — enough has been said about that. I'd like you to know Marie as we all do.

Most of the Piecemakers at one time needed a helping hand — on the arm of that hand was Marie. She saw the best in everyone who came to her and now has a family of friends who are all productive, working hard, making prize quilts — teaching those who wish to learn. They excell at home improvements — updating kitchens — tile work, be it for a small bathroom or whole house — woodwork that's beautiful — bannisters — anything is possible.

Piecemakers is a loving family and all love Marie and her big heart.

-Wilma "Babe" Bouk
Costa Mesa, CA

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Friday, January 19, 2007
Letter to the Editor, Orange County Register

Give Piecemakers a chance

Just a note on behalf of the Piecemakers' cause. America, are you in such stupor of fear that you don't know by God's grace we are saved, and if righteousness came by the law then Christ died in vain? The government has bewitched us with promises of safety. Wake up. Everyday people suffer, and the government is not able to stop it. Let us, who call ourselves Americans, trust in the One who laid the foundation for our Constitution and Bill of Rights — Jesus Christ.

-Kerry Parker
Costa Mesa

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Sunday, January 21, 2007
Letter to the Editor, Orange County Register

Once everyone was living in fear, Hitler taught them how to tell on each other to gain favor ["Punishment for Piecemakers," Opinion Jan. 16]. By then, if you spoke against his law you were shot or cooked in a oven. In Costa Mesa, if we don't call these health department ignoramuses on their behavior in the beginning, we will have a bigger battle later on. Citizens should have protection against such insecure power mongers.

-Sam Younghans
Huntington Beach

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Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Letter to the Editor, Orange County Register

I lived, ate, fellowshipped, worked, laughed, cried and spiritually grew with the Piecemakers from 1981 to 1991. Though this lifestyle may not be for all of us, placing Marie in jail will not waver their vision. God uses everything for the good of our walk with Him.

-Marianne Corns
Ashburn, Va.


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