Dear Bernie, My main concern is that I leave your rallies inspired, but I left Obamas rallies inspired. Did we let Obama down by going home quite satisfied that we had finally elected a progressive president, and expecting him to carry on on his own? I don't want this to happen to your presidency!! I love hearing you enumerate your positions as you campaign across our country, but it must get tiring listing them again and again. I would like to see you move into an education mode where you would pick one or two topics and dig down deeply into them. Don't just state your positions: go into the history the voting rights act; go into the history of unions and their battles with greedy, unscrupulous corporations; lay out the consequences of our disasturous trade agreements; lay out the puzzle pieces and help us fit them together. Lay out the multicolor tapestry of your progressive positions and your supporters will go to bed the night after you are elected president, not just satisfied that we've done our parts, but energized and ready to continue to support you and continue our fight for progressive ideals! Thank you


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