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General practitioner for the Interstate Commerce Commission.
The nine-year-old shortstop on my inner city Rec. team who always gave 100%, then took a city bus back to a rough home after each game.
M. Scott Peck
Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Green (the color we're going to paint the White House)
Rice & Beans- Social justice meal in solidarity with the poor.
Life of St. Francis
Stephen Curtis Chapman
Favorite President and Why:
Jimmy Carter, both in office & out. He has worked stridently to bring more peace, democracy, & help for the disadvantaged of the world.
"Be the change you want to see in the world"- Mahatma Gandhi
non-competitive Amish baseball
Favorite TV Shows:
Our family doesn't watch TV anymore, most is too spiritually corrosive.
Favorite Type of Music:
Favorite Vacation Spot:
1955 Jeep, with rust
Caddy at a golf course (age 12 to 15)
Hobbies or Special Talents:
Weight lifting, Karate, baseball, photography
Name one thing you would most like to do before you die:
Look my kids square in the eye on my deathbed and assure them I did everything I could to make the world a better place for them in the things that really matter.
Personal Hero and Why:
Peter Quilligan/ He is a young man who is a Catholic worker and has dedicated his life to working in the trenches with the poor and homeless in Cleveland, Ohio.
Person Most Want to Meet (Dead or Alive):
I would like to meet Jesus to learn more about applying His words to the year 2007.
Pets (include names):
We used to have a lizard named "Lizzy" (How's that for creative?)
I told the Range News that with abortion we are living in a "modern day Holocaust." During a talk at Drayton University , I said there are 24,000 people starving to death worldwide every day. I told The Daily Jeffersonian newspaper that we stand at the brink of worldwide catastrophe with Global Warming. I told CBS News in Monterey, California, that you can't heal the country until you heal the family. And I told the Mississippi Press I would work to end the Iraq War, the genocide in Darfur and establish a U.S. Department of Peace.
Author of: Back Road to the White House; America's Best Town; America's Best Town 2, Columnist for the News Democrat newspaper and the Lima News (both in Ohio).
Reason for Seeking Public Office:
I have spent the past 15 years traveling 200,000 miles around the country researching answers to the issues of our day. I have talked to a multitude of experts and to just as many, if not more, "average citizens" who have had creative, common sense solutions to: saving the environment; stopping war; ending poverty; ending abortion; healing the family; curbing crime; getting healthcare for all... And I believe the platform I've developed, based on this extensive 'Listening Tour' (in it's purest sense), is the best in regard to where America needs to go at this time.
Home-schooling mother, campaign manager.
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