1. With all the corruption we are seeing in both Ohio and national politics, some young people have decided to do something about it --- run for office. The Toledo Blade has an article about two young people, Ben McCullough and Angie Byrne, who have expressed interest in running for public office as Democrats. Cool! There are some people who might say that these young people have no political experience or a campaign war chest. However, the fact of the matter is, who cares what some people think. I hope both McCullough and Byrne success in their political pursuits.
2. The next time you see Rep. Deborah Pryce, ask her if she supports the President spying on Americans without a warrants.
3. Ask Rep. Pryce if she thinks Bush is overstepping his powers.
From the Los Angeles Times: Bush's acknowledgment that he authorized the wiretaps was a "shocking admission," said Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis.
"The president does not get to pick and choose which laws he wants to follow. He is a president, not a king," Feingold said.