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July 18, 2006

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I wish voters would use their brains and think as you said come November. The last two elections have caused me to lose a lot of faith in the American public and believe that like sheep they are easily led this way or that. I just hope times are changing as you stated it well. Bush's stand on stem cell is that of an ideologue. He doesn't know why even he says things, they just sound good. But what worries me worse is how many people in this country (supposedly still in the high 30% range) still think he's the right guy to be president and a lot of them simply because he says stupid things like he has about the stem cell research. They're out there going-- yeah that's why we voted for him! ugh

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