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Dear Readers

The man has me working both in and out of the home. Ok truthfully. I have been plain tired. I am working and driving long hours. However, I think of things about which to blog.

The latest thought is why are we forcing the president to sell something that will help a majority of Americans? I am lost as to why we are. We must speak out. It is time to write letters to all media outlets to express our displeasure with the blockage in DC. We must speak out against the corporate controlled voiced Tea Party. Currently, the Tea Party, a small representation of Americans, is controlling our economic narrative. We must regain control of the economic narrative of our nation to ensure the well being of all Americans.

Start writing today. We will be heard.

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