At this point, the way forward for Vidzette isn’t entirely clear. The initial task of denying the White House to a mental invalid has been accomplished. Our part in it may never be fully accounted, but I am proud to have stood up in the battle. I am also very proud of all of you who searched out the materials I was able to use.
Now we must consider how we go forward. One possibility is a series dealing with how government involvement in health care is destroying health care. There is a vast amount of information, and the news will supply more. Other issues may deserve attention. At this point, I am uncertain. Your input is solicited.
One thing is clear. The time pressure and intensity of the campaign required far more attention than I can reasonably sustain in the long haul. That means that whatever the new project is, it won’t be on a daily basis. Once a week may even be difficult. Time will tell. As for continuing reportage on Hillary Clinton, I don’t see the need. She no longer has a political future, other than as a demonstration that no one is above the law. An orange jump suit would look right on her.
You’ve made Vidzette a place with value. I will endeavor to keep it that way.