<b>White House brewed</b>
EDITOR: Kudos to Chris Coursey for urging me (if only for a moment) to consider the other side of the political coin with his invitation to President Barack Obama ("Mr. President, come to Sonoma County for a real beer," Saturday).
What, consider a president who does not drink alcohol?
What, no alcohol at future White House dinners and alcohol-free garden parties?
What, a possible think-tank summit garden party for discussing real issues such as uniting this nation and helping the world by bringing production back to the United States, supply our own energy, being a role model again for the world by building our smart-skill force at every level of talent and creativity and creating jobs here in the United States? Tear down those inland fences.
Is this a dream? Oh, it's the other side of the coin, a possibility. Never mind, let's go back to reading about that beer summit Obama hosted and the current home brewery at the White House that Obama proudly announced — the same president who is
53 days without a press conference, thousands of days past due on a budget, trillions of dollars over our heads in spending.
Read his words again. Look at his dream. Dream into his father's future with your eyes wide open. Act now. May the force be in each of us.
DEB T. MARCHIO