We started the Georia On My Mind Tour in Thomasville where our Jonathan got in a spirited “sandlot soccer game” at Remington Park over the weekend. We then did a downtown whistle-stop event. Three TV news crews filmed. One of the shows started out: “Now it’s Obama, Romney and… Joe.” I liked that. The front page of the Thomasville News-Enterprise ran a story the next day about the campaign. I noted that the day before an Associated Press article carried a story saying temperatures for March were a record shattering 8 degrees above normal, which many scientists attribute to: global warming. I said running as a “concerned parent,” I didn’t want to leave a world of climate chaos for our children. (What sane parent would?) We propose a dramatic shift to renewable energy now, with, well, the concept of “sacrifice” making up for any energy shortfall… We then headed north to Moultrie, Georgia, where I talked with author Sarah Senkbeil. She had just published the book Company’s Coming about farming in the 1930s in America. (She’s 83 years old.) One of the lines from her book reads: “I’m trying to figure out how we can do what we do on a round world?” Gravity is, indeed, a mystery… As far as our campaign, we propose going back to a small farm agrarian based society where we, once again, farmed much like they did in the 1930s (organically, with small technology, and much more at ‘nature’s pace.’)… In Moultrie, we also stumped on the downtown square where there is an “eternal flame” for all the local fallen service people; a majestic magnolia tree that was planted in 1845, and the Three Crazy Bakers Bakery nearby. We stopped in for coffee, and more stumping. One of the ‘crazy bakers’ was a woman from Australia who got in a lengthy discussion with my wife, who is from New Zealand. Needless to say, the accents were thick. Then it was on to Albany… Note: For a copy of Sarah Senkbeil’s book, call: 800-741-2712 Note 2: While there’s been a lot of media stories, our main form of campaigning has been handing out campaign cards and putting up fliers on bulletin boards. And we’re asking our supporters to do the same from town to town. It’s our answer to the Super PAC million dollar TV ads.