Heather Matarazzo

December 2004
Advocate;12/7/2004, Issue 928, p37
This article expresses opinion on how the results of the November 2004 U.S. elections affected the people and the country. So many were disappointed by the election results and they have no idea what next step to take in reestablishing the country, and more important the people's voices. The policies that are going to be coming out of the ominous house on Pennsylvania Avenue are going to try to crush the spirits and voices. There are going to be very important lessons that people have to learn. Instead of fighting evil with evil, and angry words with more empty words, fight with something that cannot be defeated, and that is love and honor. People need to start gathering together to forge an allied front and show that the people are not going anywhere. The people need to arm themselves with love. With just one simple word and a lot of hard work and patience, the country can be saved.


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