Under our respective "purple tents," we can all recognize that America is more united than divided, that thoughtful people can have thoughtful dialogue, and that disputes can get resolved and urgent issues solved.
More and more, it appears, people are not just voting with their feet to visit and use parks, but they are literally casting their ballots and voting with their pocketbooks to say that parks are crucial parts of their communities.
Since these new laws and hours worked in 2008, why chance the system for 2012? The question remains, are Ohio's voting hours being influenced by partisan attempts to disenfranchise certain groups of Americans?
Stossel's shopworn technique is to marshal his porous arguments in two ways. He leaves out crucial information, and uses facts that aren't particularly germane, all the while betting that viewers won't know any better.