Internet communications make a difference in changing government and shaping new policies.
You see, President-elect Barack Obama isn't the only one that believes in the power of the people, or how direct communications between citizens and politicians play a big role. President G. W. Bush at the Mercantile Exchange in Chicago, Illinois on March 6 2001 is quoted:
See, I believe in the power of the people. I truly do. I do. I believe that when you email a congressman or a senator, it makes a difference. It makes a difference. And so that's why I'm traveling the country. And that's why I came here. I'd like for you to contact your congressman, and contact your senator, and tell them to come on the side of the people, when it comes to what to do with your money.
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