On your Web site you ask: What do you think is the most important issue facing the country?
It very well might be true that we are electing the last President of the United States of America.
Our relevance in a global economy, community and humanity is not one of leadership or example. As a result, the world's countries are looking to their own collective leadership and the value of their combined economies as greater than any super-power. We watch our economic policy attempt to maintain our economic position but we do not have technology, productivity and knowledge to substantiate any real global leadership.
We are a consuming economy becoming more ignorant of our global role and more arrogant, and violent, in our protection of self-proclaimed leadership. We have stopped serving the world we live in and we have bordered ourselves against a world that invites our humanity and technological potential.
Yes, we might just be about to elect the last President of the United States of America.
Hal Bailey, Alamo
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