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Editorial: A (Green) Message to President Obama

There's a simple, cost lowering Adair County Way idea you're welcome to use.
1) Put a Truck Driver with a CDL in the Cabinet with authority to summarily dismiss all publicists in your bureaucracies who do not put Streets and Numbers for Venues in all news stories about Events. Putting Street & Number in all stories will save gas, save lives, save money and make America more competitive.

2) Fire the army of incompetent government publicists, who don't put Street and Numbers in Events announcements. Sure, they'll show you many self-congratulatory awards they receive from their Confederacy of No Talent Peers each year, but these people are worse than worthless. If you can't bear to fire them, send them home and direct deposit their checks. At least get them out of the way.
- ED WAGGENER

(We don't understand when the concept of letting people know where an Event is located is belittled. It's just a simple courtesy. Thanks to the overwhelming - almost 100% majority - who contribute to CM who remember to do so. -EW)



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