The Keystone State Tour 2 rolled on… At a Flying J Truck Stop in Lamar, Pennsylvania, I passed out campaign cards to some rock band ‘roadies’ just getting out of their tour bus. (Speaking of music, check out our “avge. Joe theme songs” at the bottom of our home page.) We then continued on through the Appalachian Mountains. In Milton, Pennsylvania, I put up a flier on a downtown community bulletin board, then headed a bit south to Lewisburg where the boys and I played some sandlot football… In Bloomsberg, PA, my daughter Sarah and I talked to a church youth group about abortion. One of the girls, a freshman in high school, said she and some other school teammates had won a formal debate about abortion. They took the pro-life position and she said she described, in graphic detail, what happens during the abortion procedure (dismemberment, vacuum extraction…). “It was really quite emotional,” she said. Note: A New York Times article today said that Google and a New York financial firm have each agreed to invest heavily in a proposed $5 billion transmission backbone for offshore wind farms along the Atlantic seaboard. It seems to me that if we’re going to do anything offshore, this makes a whole lot more sense than drilling for oil out there. Yet people will say the wind farms (solar, geothermal…) won’t be enough to provide for all our energy needs in America. I say they would, if we (…and here’s that s word): sacrificed. Anyone remember that concept?