We entertained an Amish woman from Sugar Creek, Ohio, last night. She commented on us not having a television in our home. (We’ve done that intentionally). She said she believed this paves the way for children to tap in to way more of their imagination. What’s more, we’ve noticed with our children that they are tremendously interested in, say, talking to adults for extended periods of time — because they haven’t been over-stimulated by television. My wife Liz told the Bryan Times in Northwest Ohio during one of our campaign swings, that kids listening to storytelling, as opposed to watching television, have to exercise the brain much more in regard to following plot lines, picturing characters and scenes, and so on.