We’re in Bluffton, Ohio, visiting friends and campaigning. Last night we went to a Bluffton High School soccer match. They were playing Wapakoneta High School. For you recent history buffs, Wapakoneta is the home of astronaut Neil (“One small step for man..”) Armstrong. That’s right, the first person to set foot on the moon. Between the junior varsity and the varsity soccer games, I went to the Wapakoneta side of the stands and passed out campaign cards. While the subject didn’t come up (whew!), as president I’d seriously consider lobbying to at least temporarily end the Space Program. See, we’ve spent billions of dollars going to the moon, in part, to find out whether there’s water there. And we’ve spent billions of dollars going to Mars to find out the same thing. Meanwhile, one-sixth of the world doesn’t have access to clean drinking water on this planet. The rivers, lakes and oceans on this planet are becoming horribly polluted. A good number of underground aquifers are starting to dry up on this planet… I could go on with this, but you get my point. Wouldn’t common sense say we take the money to help the water systems on this planet, before exploring for water on planets (Are you ready for this?) where we can’t even breathe the air!?