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Stalemate will prevail another four years with still-divided Washington

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Stalemate will prevail another four years with still-divided Washington On Nov. 6, President Obama was re-elected to a second term. During his campaign, he promised to resolve important issues such as cutting the deficit and proposing new tax reform. The question is: Will Obama fulfill his promises and strengthen America? Currently, his chances are not looking good. After the Nov. 6 election, we are left with the same president, the Republicans still holding the majority ...

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November 20, 2012
8:12 a.m.

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Mr. Rittner is a very talented individual, with great experience and should have no problem finding employment in his educated field of archeology, computer technician, or as a successful writer. With all of these incomes and royalties from his published works and consulting...he should be able to volunteer his work in this position...why is having a salary so important in this position. There are many people out there, such as Larry Hart did for many years without a salary of such means. I hope Mr. Rittner considers volunteering this work as both of these jobs he has held over the years has afforded him great opportunity and time to put into building the Onrust, Archeological digs, work as a writer, acting, interviewing for extras in movies, running the movie commission he created, Mr. Rittner has many areas to explore to make room for others to be able to put full time in these positions as historian...this should free up Mr. Rittner's time to pursue all his other occupations...