Sunday, October 15, 2006

Clinton: voters know something is wrong

By MIKE GLOVER, Associated Press Writer
Sat Oct 14, 11:00 PM ET

DES MOINES, Iowa - Former President Bill Clinton said Saturday that voters "know something is wrong" in Washington and urged Democrats to create change in the November elections.

"I have never seen the American people so serious," said Clinton. "I think I know why. People know things are out of whack. The rhythm of our public life and our common life in America has been disturbed."
Clinton urged activists to focus on the midterm election.

"People are sick of partisanship, they are sick of gridlock and they are coming to us in droves," said Clinton. "People know something is wrong and they want to change."

Clinton called the Bush administration and the Republican-led Congress "unprecedentedly unaccountable" and said tax cuts for the rich have led to huge deficits.


My opinion: Let us all get out there and help get voters out in big numbers! We can call voters right from home, easy as pie.


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