Hi Tom and Friends

I just got back from Occupy Wall St San Francisco this may be the Revolution for change Tom has discussed this week. The time is now we the people need to move this country we cannot wait for politicians to do it. This is a movment of young and old for real change we have a whole generation of young Americans robed of thier future older Americans pensions roded by the corporate criminals and those corrupt politicians. We see the Republicans trying to suppress the vote disenfranchised and redistrict voting in a conspiracy to steal the elections. The war on the middle class is being taken to a new level. If not now when if not this time of all the assaults on our democracy and economic fairness.then what will it take the list is endless the time is now resist this resist this now.

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