Once again the specter of time change has come upon us.
There may have been a need for this at one time; but, today, it's just annoying to millions of Americans.
It would be far better for one time system to be employed year round, and I'm sure millions of Americans will agree with this.
The question is, can we get Congress to agree?
If Congress could take time to agree that “In God We Trust” will remain our national motto, then surely Congress can take some time to agree on a single time system for our country to observe year round?
I urge you to bring this before Congress at your earliest convenience.
Thank you for your time and consideration concerning this matter, and I await your reply.
Mr Orlin E OLY Olson
Sign and Send this Pitition, below.
http://www.petition2congress.com/5493/s … ving-time/
Now this letter certainly does make sense. I signed the petition and tweeted too! Nixon had an idea our Country ran with it and honestly it is senseless.
Just had a power outage. It lasted all of 10 seconds. I do not know how widespread it was. Now we all get to reset our clocks yet a second time. Life's work is never done.
it is till dark when children goes to school if they don't adjust it
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