Thom.,

I hope your support of Barack Obama's presidency is no more than a prudent survival stratagy when presented with the abysmal choice of the lesser of two evils... I think you would be hard pressed to find a more effective liar than Barack himself. He told us just what we wanted to hear with such conviction,, we wanted to believe.. we needed too. And why shouldn't we? Well, Our resultant perdicerment is all the proof I need to conclude Either Barack Obama is the worlds slickest liar ( lawyer / politician same diff. ) or the President has litlle power to influence government policy,, or both. I cannot reconcile Obama's stated convictions with the record of his administration and niether can you. Money, power, celebrity, making history and the desire to continue to feed ones ego are clearly corrupting our government from the top on down. Mitt just doin what all politicians do...tell you what they need too while doing what the money tells them too.

We need to follow the example of your guest Roseann DeMarco... What an inspiration!! Her refusal to compromise her principled convictions regardless of obstical or temptation is what we need as people and in government. She should be our president !! If you can't trust a nurse who can you trust? I am casting my vote for her!!! And don't say I'm wasting my vote., Choosing between two Egomeniacle wealth priveledged Career politicians is not a choice.! That's like saying picking leathal injectuion over hanging is a democratic decision.

Without a knowledgable public who is critically and unselfishly involved in determining government policy. Our democracy is little more than a two hundred and fifty year old failed social experiment. It's painfull to admit, but true. The ? is What are you going to do about it.

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