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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Michael Wallack
"In choosing somebody new, they need to remember this is a special event and trying to get someone that has an attachment to racing, the 500, Indianapolis, somebody that everybody in the grandstands can be proud of," Wallack said. "The best thing is at the end of the day we can go back to talking about the centennial anniversary of the race rather than distractions."
"What I really think this does is demonstrate that a grass-roots movement of people can have an impact, that you don't have to stand up and shout to drown out opposing voices," Wallack said. "You can make yourself be heard on an issue and accomplish something."