This is your opportunity to tell us who you would like Homer and me to interview, so we make some approachs. Now we can not guarantee that we will
get interviews with everyone you want us to interview.
If you can provide as much detail as you can it makes it easier for Homer and I to start talking to people
Colorado congressman Tom Tancredo. He's constantly called a racist for is stance on emigration. He actually just knows that Bush was trying to create
a problem that he already had a solution(NAU) for. As far as I know, Tancredo made the most noise. He was also tossed out of politics on his ear.
Makes me think he was right.
As this is above top secret.com I think you should try to interview as many unusual people in politics. By this mean people who would usually be
demonised by the media. If you could hold interviews with Iraqi's and the other people who don't usually get much opportunity to voice their
opinions I think that would be brilliant and fitting of ATS as it is known for seeing and analysing things from other alternative angles. Some good
examples from recent events would include a senior Russian involved in the Georgian conflict. The president of Georgia has been on many TV stations
across the world and voiced his take on the story but I personally think he is a complete liar. Russia was demonised by much of the western media but
didnt get much of a voice on western TV. So a Russian in this example. Another example would be an Iranian government official and their views on
current events. Someone involved with Chavez would be good. I don't know anything about him but from what I can tell he is getting a bad rep in the
US so again that would be good. Although it is very unlikely it would be rather good if you could get some Afghans involved.
Obviously big names in mainstream US politics is important but if you could get interview the types of people mentioned above I think that would be
becoming of ATS and pretty awesome.
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