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Waking Up in America

Waking Up in America

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August 27th 2008:Can we claim the gold in Politics

Join Dr. Val and Gail as they discuss perfection and excellence, using a 2004 interview with Olympic Champion Peter Vidmar and how perfection would relate to The Democratic National convention and the possibilities of a powerful new future for our country. Peter Vidmar is the highest scoring American gymnast in Olympic history. The winner of numerous national and international titles, Peter finished his successful career at the 1984 Olympic Games.

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