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The Final Week

Northern Patriot Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 4:55 PM
That's all well and good but it's a drop in the bucket when compared with the resources and dollars needed when it comes to dealing with events like Katrina and Sandy. Read the following for some good examples: C'mon Mitt, Privatizing Disaster Relief Would be a Disaster;;http://open.salon.com/blog/steven_j_gulitti/2012/10/31/cmon_mitt_privatizing_disaster_relief_would_be_a_disaster It's currently estimated that for Sandy insurance companies alone are going to have to lay out $14.5 billion so there's no way that private charity can make more than a dent in this.

No doubt there are thousands, possibly even millions of people like me who are glad that the election season is (more than likely, barring recounts) coming to an end. In less than a week, we will know the outcome of the presidential election (again, barring recounts).

As a lifelong campaign participant (my campaign experience started at 7 years of age), I know that campaigns are more than just raising money, producing ads, going to parades and participating in debates. They are the lifeblood of our country.

Elections are the process by which our government remains the government of...