Maybe the press has yet to recognize the mood in this State. It has yet to reach out to me for interviews, and chances are when it does, its coverage will be minimal and dismissive.
My platform is comprehensive and copes with the economy by bringing more money into circulation to work with. I often do my best to write the bullet points of the platform in these letters, but really, unless the press will bring it to you in the numbers of ways they are suited to do, it comes across like an army square meal; way too compacted and none of it expanded on. I must suffice it to say the principle components are based on established successes. To win this election I need 130,000 votes that are not tampered with. I want those votes. How could they come ? Given the problem with the press and the growing use of Diebold machines in Vermont, it seems impossible. Someone left the slip from a fortune cookie on my kitchen table, it reads: "Truly great accomplishments were at one time considered impossible."
Independent candidate for Governor