Boulder Students Stage Camp-In
The Boulder students say they also want to meet with their superintendent's representatives along with Republican Governor Bill Owens and GOP Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave. Some of them have left telephone messages with Republican leaders. The youngsters are looking for reassurance. They say they're not protesting the election, but rather worry about the national debt, military recruitment in schools and the environment. Brian Martens, a senior, says the students want to know that their futures are not "being destroyedWill Republican leaders respond like the Dems? They are foolish if they don't. This is a voting bloc ready to sprout, looking for guidance.
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