Out of New Jersey, we headed back into Pennsylvania, stopping first in Allentown (Remember the Billy Joel song?). Parts of this old blue-collar city are, indeed, as depressed at Mr. Joel sings about. While there, we talked with Frank Kutish who is very involved with the pro-life movement. He said every year in Allentown, for the past 30, his St. Paul pro-life group has raised money to sponsor a woman for nine months, if she wants to keep her baby but is in difficult circumstances… Out of Allentown, we stopped in Shartlesville, PA, and then headed on to Harrisburg. In Harrisburg, I passed out campaign cards and talked with Jim Carr. He lamented that he’s worried about the elongated recession. “You go to work today and you’re still not sure if you’re going to have a job tomorrow.” He added that while various international and domestic issues are important, what he believes a majority of people are mainly worried about is: the economy. “You say (as a politician) that you’re going to fix my pockets — and I’m with you,” he said.