In the Long Run, Americans Reject a Liberal Agenda FROM THE COUNTY CHAIRMAN’S DESK Walter D. (Wally) Wilkerson, Jr., MD May 2010 During the presidential campaign of 2008, I was often reminded of the similarities between that campaign and the presidential campaign of 1976. Obama promised us “change you can believe in” and an end to business as usual in Washington D. C. In 1976, an attractive newcomer and a folksy candidate on the Democrat side, appeared to be a perfect fit for the political climate of the times. His name was Jimmy Carter. He was a peanut farmer and a former Governor fromRead More →