Yesterday, I took part in the Coffee Party‘s national event. Our event was small, mostly just my own family (it was all arranged by my brother, Burr Corley) but it was a pretty good discussion. Everyone there seemed to feel that health care and the economy were the biggest issues we need to tackle in this country. I feel the same way, and I also feel that in the current political climate, the Coffee Party seems to be exactly the right response — a pragmatic group that wishes to work with our government, however imperfect, to find real solutions.
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