Average Joe Buckeye Blitz cont. The whirlwind tour continues to roll on down Ohio’s backroads with stops in the last two days in Wauseon, West Unity, Bryan, Ney, Sherwood, Deshler, North Baltimore… While passing out literature at a Farmer’s Market in Bryan, I talked with two organic farmers who shun modern pesticides and herbicides because of their toxic affects. “Average Joe” platform point: “If we want to end cancer, we have to stop using things that cause cancer.” I then told the Bryan Times that I was running on a platform to: end pollution, make the country safe for children, and simplify the Federal Government. At John Weber’s Restaurant (their slogan: “Good Food, Mediocre Service”) in Wauseon, I sat in on a board meeting of the local Fellowship of Christian Athletes. FCA’s Rex Stump said there were 86,400 seconds in a day, and his goal is to get his athletes making the most of each moment, not just for their sports’ endeavors, but more importantly, for God. (One of the board members said he’d seen a Fox News piece about me the night before.) At Marty’s Restaurant in Ney, Ohio, owner (Who else?) Marty told me his plan for curbing unemployment would be to improve health care, for everyone. That is, he said if more seniors had affordable health care, they could retire earlier (and spend more time, say, with community service.) As they retired, it would open the door for more jobs. Made sense. Note: Tomorrow I talk at a Farm Festival in Yorkshire, Ohio.