The “average JoeOhio Tour” continues to unfold. Leaving Cleveland, our Jonathan, 4, and myself stumped, unannounced, at a sidewalk cafe called Heck’s. ‘Heck,’ why not (sorry). One man said Jonathan was, indeed, a “chip off the old block.” In Westlake, Ohio, I met with the owner of Lehman’s Deli. She put a flyer and bumper sticker on the wall. During our conversation, she said she had relatives on the Bayou of Louisiana. I told her that after a tour there last year (post Hurricane Rita), we learned people on the Bayou scrambled pleasure and fishing boats to rescue people from their homes right after the hurricane. “We take care of our own down here,” one man told me. Note: For all you supporters out there interested in promoting true social justice, peace, a consistent life ethic and environmental stewardship through a presidential candidate’s voice — we need donations to keep on. The supportive e-mails are great, but maybe it’s time to put your money where your mouth is. Schriner Election Committee, 2100 W. 38th St., Cleveland, Ohio.