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Democratic Illuminati Justice League Against the Reptilan Agenda NWO

Democratic Illuminati Justice League Against the Reptilan Agenda NWO



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Democratic Illuminati Justice Leagueagainst the Reptilan Agenda NWO
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October 14, 2008An Open Letter to the American People,This year's presidential election is among the most significant in our nation's history. The countryurgently needs a visionary leader who can ensure the future of our traditional strengths in science andtechnology and who can harness those strengths to address many of our greatest problems: energy,disease, climate change, security, and economic competitiveness.We are convinced that Senator Barack Obama is such a leader, and we urge you to join us insupporting hi m.During the administration of George W. Bush, vital parts of our country's scientific enterprise havebeen damaged by stagnant or declining federal support. The government's scientific advisory processhas been distorted by political considerations. As a result, our once dominantposition in the scientific world has been shaken and our prosperity has been placed at risk. We havelost time critical for the development of new ways to provide energy, treat disease, reverse climatechange, strengthen our security, and improve our economy.We have watched Senator Obama's approach to these issues with admiration. We espe cially applaudhis emphasis during the campaign on the power of science and technology to enhance our nation'scompetitiveness. In particular, we support the measures he plans to take - through new initiatives ineducation and training, expanded research funding, an unbiased process for obtaining scientificadvice, and an appropriate balance of basic and applied research - to meet the nation's and theworld's most urgent needs.Senator Obama understands that Presidential leadership and federal investments in science andtechnology are crucial elements in successful governance of the world's leading country. We hope youwill join us as we work together to ensure his election in November.Signed,Alexei Arikosov Physics 2003Roger Guillemin Medicine 1977Peter Agre Chemistry 2003John L. Hall Physics 2005Sidney Altman Chemistry 1989Leland H. Hartwell Medicine 2001Philip W. Anderson Physics 1977Dudley Herschbach Chemistry 1986Richard Axel Medicine 2004
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