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    Create Computer Literacy:

     

    Computer Literacy is the number one issue of importance in these here: United States of America.  Not only will this create teaching Night Course classes through-out the States and towns.  But will give access to millions of potential users for email, e-commerce and web searches with information at their fingertips and through it all; interactive communications and blogs and websites.  There will be a boon in computers (that should be subsidized) and digital cameras and software, that will enhance America's ability to face job changes, with their computers as a back-up system.  I am not sure if we should extend peoples unemployment or welfare or social security type benefits or enlist "we the people" in computer literacy programs... I know this will drop the alcohol and drug use.  Computers are a high in social interaction.  This will lead to less "gang" type crimes and domestic violence.  Less drunken driving and higher esteems for John Q Public.  This creates the fastest needs for jobs, or we are guilty of allowing our fellow Americans to grow older as computer illiterates.  We are already guilty.  We cheat even our own loved ones.  Join the task of bringing us together as one.  Through computer inter-action.   WE NEED ACTION: DAVID PEDJOE

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