Buckeye Backroad Tour cont.: We talked with a woman today in Bluffton, Ohio, who said she was quite disturbed with the Olympic: clothing. She said, for instance, that the women marathon runners, the women sprinters, etc. were dressed, well, immodestly. (Anybody remember that word?) They were all dressed immodestly except Rogaya Al-Gossra, a Muslim woman who ran the 200 meters event. She ran in a headress, full length shirt and pants down to her ankles. What’s more, in the preliminaries she won her race… We stopped in Lindsey, Ohio, where I talked with Keith Naus of Naus Bros. Hardware. He said several years ago he had a heart attack and now has to go in to get his cholestoral tested every couple months, at $350 a visit. Mr. Naus has no healthcare insurance and struggles to pay it each time. What’s more, his heart surgery was quite expensive, and he didn’t have healthcare insurance for that either. He paid that off, too, by himself. He said he’s hoping for a president who can help him. I said we could.