What Americans should do.

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Submitted by James Bolton, Oct 24, 2016 00:30

The battle for America will not be won in DC, but rather at he local level. A new battery will not make a blown engine run again. The damaged parts must be removed and replaced before it can accomplish what it was designed to do. We must focus our efforts where we can have the most effect. As America is made of states and communities, we must retake our communities, counties and states. As Rome was not built in a day, there is no miracle cure for rebuilding America. It will require dedication, tireless pursuit and sacrifice.This is the real problem, is it not?


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