MSNBC - Gut Check America: Share your stories

MSNBC has an interesting query. They are looking for topics that really matter the most to Americans and intend to create polls from issues raised. They may also choose to have reporters contact people who submit issues for follow up.

How does 9/11 Truth really matter to you? Can you articulate clearly why 9/11 Truth is important to you and succinctly describe how your desire for the truth affects your everyday life? There is a limit of 3000 characters. I do not know if this limit is for the entire response or each of the three subsections. How many people can we get submitting to this? Very few are still laughing at us. Can we bring together enough well-wriiten responses such that they can't ignore them?

The complete form can be found at the URL below. I have copied only the text of the form for advanced review. Note the fine print.

Gut Check America: Share your stories
Your turn to start the conversation about what really matters in America What do you think?

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See what other readers consider the most important issues facing America today and register your opinion on the ‘Gut Check’ message board


Are you worried or outraged by something in your neighborhood, in our government or across the nation? What gnaws at you but seems to go unmentioned in the national political campaigns?

This is your chance to drive the conversation about what really matters in America.

Here’s how it works: You tell us about the specific issues that are most important to you and explain how they affect your daily life. We also want to hear how you would solve the problem.

Then, during the first week of each month leading to the 2008 presidential election, come to to vote on the issues that our readers raise. Your vote will help determine our reporters’ assignment for the month and the focus of our online “Gut Check” forum.

To participate, fill out the form below and provide your contact information so our reporters can get in touch with you if your submission is chosen. We will not publish or share the information you provide.

By doing so, you will be engaging in discussion about the true character of our nation -- the kind of conversation on which democracy thrives.

What issue facing our country today is most important to you or has the greatest impact on you, your family and neighbors? (3000 chars)

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How does it affect you, your friends or loved ones? Tell us your story, and please be specific:

What do you think should be done to "fix" this problem?

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It will take you to submissions made so far (uncensored?), where you can get an idea of the writing skills level of competitors.

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