During our pit stop back home in Cleveland, I painted a room in a neighbor’s home that they set aside for foster children. This couple is involved with the Catholic Worker outreach to the poor here. They aggressively lobby to maintain low income housing for the disadvantaged in the area. And both are strong peace activists. In fact, one of their bumper stickers says: “War is terrorism — with a bigger budget.” …Speaking of terrorism: We then headed back out, stopping first in Fremont, Ohio, where I gave a talk at St. Joseph’s Church on abortion. (During Campaign 2004 I said to the Range News in Arizona that with abortion “…we’ve become our own worst terrorists.”) During the talk in Fremont, I said little babies being dismembered and decapitated in the womb at nearby Toledo abortion clinics should be front page news in the Toledo Blade, every day! But it’s just that we’ve become so tremendously decensitized to it… We then did a downtown whistle-stop event in Sandusky, Ohio. The Sandusky Register photographer taking pictures this day was a former student at the Christopher Program in Columbus, an alternative high school. Some four years prior, I had talked in his Political Science Class. That semester each student had been allowed out of school twice a week to work on an issue or candidate’s campaign for the then upcoming 2004 Election. As president I would lobby for more of these types of classes to heighten political enthusiasm among the young.