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How would you help commit the presidential voting preference of 5,000 coal miners in South East Ohio in one week?
Submitted by Jeff Buster on Fri, 10/26/2012 - 19:22.
Let's say you have already voted for president. Let's say you were so energized you voted early - in person or by mail.
Let's say though, that as a citizen you are very concerned with the outcome of the presidential race in Ohio - Ohio perhaps being the most important electoral state in the Union.
Now we know, you have access to the internet and to publishing vehicles like REALNEO.US.
So what would you do to amplify your presidential vote? Just go home and remain silent?
How is silence patriotic?
No, you need to try to pursuade others to vote as you believe...
Here's how I would do it:
One thing I would suggest to 5,000 coal miners in South East Ohio is that President Obama's health care, when fully implimented in the next few years, will allow any citizen in the United States to move from their present employment without fear of the loss of their healthcare, and their family's healthcare.
I would say that relying on your corporate employer for health insurance/coverage is a throw back to plantation mentallity: Stay on the plantation, and you'll be taken care of. Leave the Plantation, and you will be screwed. I would suggest that if your employer requested that you attend a political event, and closed the mine and didn't pay you to go to the political event, that that employer might be suffering from Plantation Mentality.
Let's all move forward. (That's what I would say)
NATIONAL HEALTHCARE = JOB MOBILITY = (& all that stuff that the Constitution promises all of us)
Let us hear your persuasive ideas - either way for president!
Be a super citizen.
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