Citizen Wells, Open thread, 2009, October 11, Open topics for discussion, Obama, ACORN, Leo Haffey, Health care reform, corruption, Congress, H1N1 flu, Flu vaccinations, Natural born citizen, Lawsuits
“We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.“…Benjamin Franklin
I have been thinking about this for some time. We get a lot of comments on this blog. I thank you very much for your efforts and concern about this country. I have stated many times that I could not make this blog effective without the support of so many patriotic Americans.
I have tried to research and write about the major concerns of most Americans and cover the stories that the Main Stream Media has ignored or covered up. This has been a huge challenge that only could have happened with your help.
This article is the first in what I anticipate will be a regular if not daily effort to provide the commenters on this blog with a forum to read and report on issues that you find most relevant. This is a first step to make us more interactive and your input more relevant. We have been discussing some more ideas that will probably be implemented soon. Please be patient with me and at the same time persistent in those ideas that you believe will make us more effective.
I will continue to post articles that I believe are important and will certainly use your input as one of my guides. Please comment on any of the postings that you desire. My hope is that even if you are compelled to comment on the Open Thread, that you will also provide your input on the articles that I write or are provided by others.
Once again, thanks for all of your efforts.
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