Posted on 10 Jun
When I finished my medical internship in 1972, and joined the USPHS rather than go to Vietnam, I was stationed at St Elizabeth's Hosp in Washington D.C. I knew nothing about politics, coming from small town in the midwest. Parents republicans. I lived on capitol hill, 4th st SE, and got to know about what goes on behind the scenes from hanging out with staffers, etc at local establishments. Went to the watergate hearings and realized that money in politics was the problem. I believe that is not any less true today and have always supported common cause because it seems that that issue is the still their main concern and I am still on board. We must change the relationship between politics and money. I believe a more just and equitable world is possible. thanks for your efforts. Hold the vision.