MESSAGE TO THOM

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PLEASE TELL THOM WE ARE HANDING OUT CARDS TO WRITE HIM IN FOR THE NEXT U.S. PRESIDENT ( INDEPENDENT. ) THE AMERICAN PEOPLE'S LIBERTY PARTY WE KNOW HE SAYS "OHHH NO NO" BUT HE KNOWS OUR PROBLEMS AND HOW TO FIX THEM WHILE NO OTHER CANDIDATE DOES. TELL HIM TO RISE TO THE OCCASION AND HELP US WORKING PEOPLE. OUR PLATFORM VIDS CAN BE FOUND ON WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/BILLYANDTHEROCKETS THE PLANKS INCLUDE MANY THINGS HE SAYS AMERICA AND AMERICANS NEED. I WOULD LIKE TO SEE ALL UNIONS TO FLY OUR BANNER MANY THANKS BILL ROSE

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I dont think he would run in any case. But I certainly would support the most liberal candidate.. It is very unlikely I will keep voting for blue dog dems.. So I will be looking for third party liberals..

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Thom you're my favorite talk show host and I have been listening for about 7 years. I got to tell you one thing drives me crazy and that's when you talk over your guests. You are smart enough that you can make your point without trying to drown him out. I hope you take this a constructive criticism. Thanks for all you do

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