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While I was at the DMV with my son for his driving exam, a nice lady walks in, sits next to me, and within seconds starts telling me how she can't wait for Obama to be out of office and how fearful she is that he is doing nothing to stop terrorism. I agreed with her and we had a nice conversation about her grand kids and how she's making sure they get raised to be self sufficient and productive members of society. She even broke out a bunch (and I mean a bunch) of photos to show me how proud she was of all of them.

I bring up this story for two reasons 1) real people, living in the real world, really are scared for our country under this incompetent administration and 2) what is it about me that inspires people to do this? I wasn't wearing any kind of political symbols or even dressed up at all. Just my jeans, my fleece, and a Gander Mountain ball cap.

I keep hearing people say that the president hasn't articulated a clear strategy to fight terrorism. I suggest that those people aren't paying very close attention. Over the course of Obama's presidency he has been pretty clear about his strategy: shred the 2nd Amendment, ignore the 4th Amendment, abolish the 5th Amendment, and completely disregard the 10th Amendment while appointing people to positions like Attorney General of the United States who will help shred the 1st Amendment.

His Department of Homeland Security has already listed Christian Conservatives and military veterans as 'extremists' so what's to stop him from putting all of us on the 'no fly list' and denying our right to keep and bear arms as a result? Congress and the states.

Congress and our state leaders MUST stand up to this out of control, dictator wannabe in Washington, D.C.

PLEASE: Help or forward to someone who you know who can!

* Hunger Task Force Food Bank, 1240 Clinton St. La Crosse, provides food to 64 programs in western Wisconsin. Food items in need are tuna, canned or boxed soups, peanut butter, jelly, breakfast cereals, canned fruit (in water), pasta and sauce. Please drop off your donations 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon.- Fri. or by appointment (608) 793-1002.

* Onalaska Food Basket, (next to the Onalaska American Legion Club), 731 Sand Lake Road, (608) 783-7722 is in need of hamburger/tuna helper, stew, canned tomato products, peanut butter, cream soups, vegetable soups, tomato soups, beans and pasta. Thank you for your generosity.

PLEASE: Help or forward to someone who you know who can!

* Hunger Task Force Food Bank, 1240 Clinton St. La Crosse, provides food to 64 programs in western Wisconsin. Food items in need are tuna, canned or boxed soups, peanut butter, jelly, breakfast cereals, canned fruit (in water), pasta and sauce. Please drop off your donations 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon.- Fri. or by appointment (608) 793-1002.

* Onalaska Food Basket, (next to the Onalaska American Legion Club), 731 Sand Lake Road, (608) 783-7722 is in need of hamburger/tuna helper, stew, canned tomato products, peanut butter, cream soups, vegetable soups, tomato soups, beans and pasta. Thank you for your generosity.