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To: Liz Spayd - public@nytimes.com

Cc: Doug Skoglund - skoglund@turbousa.com

From: Doug Skoglund - skoglund@pdmsb.com

Date: 13 Jul 2016 10:00 CDT

Subject: This is Important -- 

Enough for some more postings..

Bernie Sanders was on CBS this morning -- discussing his capitulation. I wrote Bernie last year about a way to get elected -- be a problem solver. Obviously, he ignored me and we can now see the results of that mistake.

The point that I am trying to make is that he can still be a problem solver while working with Mrs. Clinton.

Coincidentally, you and Bernie are looking at the same problem -- how to get the public involved in the operation of our Democratic Government.

Obviously, we all know that the public is very angry; however, no body wants to talk about the cause of that anger -- they only want to talk about each other's behavior. Science taught us a long time ago that you can't do much about the symptom (the behavior), you must deal with the cause (the anger). Now, of course, you need to deal with the cause of the anger (multiple causes, including the internet).

Bernie has lots of solutions up his sleeve -- he just has to learn how to promote them. If you and Bernie got together, with my help, we could get some action going to get the people involved in the process of solving our national problems.

Wake Up Dear Lady -- Wake Up!!!

to be continued (of course)

Doug Skoglund skoglund@pdmsb.com

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