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Hi my name is Derrick Bartulio and I have a compaint about politics. The complaint that I have is how did we become two different countries? What I mean is how did we allow politicians to make their parties more important than the country? Last time I checked it was ONE NATION under GOD? So it's really simple, regardless of what party you are a part of, if you have a solution that makes sense, that can position our country as a powerhouse once again, can employ our citizens so that we can feed our families and live the American Dream (homeownership), make us globally competitive in the business realm, make us leaders in finance, technology, science and can advance our reliance on foreign oil, energy and financing, put it on the table and I don't think any party should stand in the way of making this country what it once was! Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio!!

All great empires collapse and the biggest reason that hapens is because they don't realize that what ever it was that got your where you are is NOT sufficient enough to keep you there! GROW OR DIE! Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio, Derrick Bartulio

Where is that tax on China and other countries who ship goods to this country? That would force a rise in prices, allowing us to be a little more competitive, oh yeah but we owe them money so we can't tax them? Tax them and pay the money back, what are they going to take us to war? Derrick Bartulio

Bank Bailout - they had to bailout the banks or the whole country would have collapsed. Everybody was so greedy and thought that housing prices would never drop EVER, so they kept on churning and burning and then it all came tumbling down at the same time, forcing a decision to be made so that we could carry on with our lives the way we are accustomed to, had they not stepped in, we would be living in a 3rd world country! Derrick Bartulio

OUR CITIZENS - foreign aid is a great idea, however we have our own citizens here in AMERICA who could use some assistance. Not everyone who hits bottom is looking for a handout, but one of the benefits of being AMERICAN is that we are supposed to look out for our OWN, especially in a time of need. Not all homeless or individuals who are down and out are out there smoking crack, shooting dope and drinking their lives away, however where the HOPE that we TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN???? I've visited a few placea and none of them are structured at all in helping individuals who want to help themselves. It is designed them dependant on help and then all HOPE gets flushed, once the HOPE is gone, it's a wrap! Derrick Bartulio Derrick Bartulio
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Justice system - real simple, have money slap on the wrist or NOT GUILTY, no money - LOCKED UP!!! Derrick Bartulio Derrick Bartulio
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I can spell...typed this up on my phone. Funny after the current presidential run, a lot of issues I brought up 5 years ago are finally being looked at today and yet we still don't know how to get anything done. For instance Obama Care. The right say repeal and replace, the left says you can't keep the good and get rid of the bad. Does that even make sense. We can't keep the good and change the bad, because we wouldn't want a REPUBLICAN to appear to do something good for the citizens of this country? On the other side REPUBLICANS after 7 years can't come up with a good enough replacement plan after they claimed that was their top priority and yet still fell short? It appears to me that not one elected official has the solution and if one does come up with a solution, politicians who have probably never faced a real struggle in life play politics so they can snake oil sell us in the next election. RESEARCH ROME and you'll see where we are heading if people don't stop saying we put the PEOPLE first and actually start doing it.

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    JGGH Jul 09, 2012

    By Mitchell Landsberg / Los Angeles Times
    Monday, July 9, 2012 - Updated 13 hours ago
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    WOLFEBORO, N.H. — If his choice of vacation spot has told us anything about Mitt Romney, it may be this:

    The presumptive Republican presidential nominee is comfortable in a place where there are no nose rings, where the water is clear, the boats have motors, and the trees, for sure, are the right height. Where you can buy lobster right off a boat, even if there are no lobsters in the surrounding water.

    He likes to go — and who doesn’t? — where almost everybody likes him and he’s just plain Mitt.

    Actually, scratch that last part.

    Maybe he was just plain Mitt once, but he hasn’t been for a while, and he certainly isn’t now. Still, the Mitt Romney who charmed the khaki shorts off his fellow vacationers at Lake Winnipesaukee last week was notably relaxed and down-to-earth — a man seemingly in his element, whether he was jet-skiing behind his wife, Ann, diving into the lake in a T-shirt, pumping hands in the Fourth of July parade or buying his grandchildren ice cream.

    None of those is an unusual or noteworthy activity, at least not when pursued by the average American. But the average American doesn’t have camera crews bobbing in boats off his or her vacation home — and doesn’t own a multimillion-dollar lakeside estate in the first place. Moreover, the average American doesn’t have the problem of being out of touch with average Americans, as polls have suggested Romney does.

    So while the week brought bad news and good news for Romney politically — some conservatives criticized his handling of the Supreme Court’s health-care ruling, but he got a boost from a weak jobs report — it may have helped soften his image. It also gave him time to contemplate decisions for the campaign ahead, such as who will be his vice presidential nominee. (If he decided, no clues emerged, aside from Ann Romney’s remark that a woman was under consideration.)

    Wolfeboro, N.H., where the Romneys bought a vacation home in 1997, claims to be the oldest summer resort in America. The grounds for that claim may be a bit shaky (a single home built by a governor in the 18th century), but there is something undeniably timeless about the place, where a mix of mostly Colonial and Victorian-era buildings rise away from a dock on a small bay of Lake Winnipesaukee. The backdrop alone is instantly calming: steel-blue water speckled with dozens of islands and ringed by deep green mountains, the shore crenellated with sturdy clapboard vacation homes.

    Jeff Ritchie and Mia Frabotta bought a house on an island in the lake eight years ago, and come to Wolfeboro from their home in Boston every chance they get. They were here last week with their friend Mike Black, the three of them sitting on their inboard Cobalt lake boat as it bobbed in Wolfeboro harbor. They had made a run into town for pizza and beer, and were relaxing with a newspaper.

    The air hummed with sounds of summer: the slap of waves on boat hulls, the guttural thrust of distant engines, the squawk of birds.

    What do they do there? Not a lot. Water-ski. Fish. Read.

    "There’s a calmness and peaceful feeling about the lake, " said Black, an exercise therapist, who sported wraparound sunglasses on a shaved head. "It’s about relaxation, I guess. And it’s hard to leave."

    Like most people in Wolfeboro, the three were Romney supporters, although Ritchie and Frabotta were a bit lukewarm. "We’re from Massachusetts, so we were there when he was governor, " said Ritchie, an engineer. "I think we were both OK with him as governor. I don’t think we were over the top about him ... For me, it’s more about defeating the president in November."

    They watched Romney march in Wolfeboro’s Fourth of July parade — even shook his hand and listened to the speech he gave at the end. When Romney had finished, Frabotta, a lawyer, said she turned to Ritchie.

    "Did that seem like the next president of the United States?" she asked.
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