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"And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." - John 8:32
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Author:  Bernard Switalski
Bio: Bernard Switalski
Date:  January 27, 2007
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Ideal Democrat Candidate for President

What follows is a brief biography of what many might consider an ideal candidate for the 2008 Democrat Presidential nomination:

Here we have the perfect 21st century Progressive.

What progressive Democrat would not vote for him!?

Oh yes, he has considerable political experience as a chief executive, having served as Chancellor of Germany from 1933 until 1945.

Bernard Switalski


Biography - Bernard Switalski

Graduated high school, 1953. U.S. Army lab technician, Bell Telephone Labs guided missile R&D, White Sands Proving Ground, NM, 1954-1957. Railroad freight conductor, Chicago, 1958-1963. Petroleum products quality/quantity surveyor, mostly in Venezuela, 1964-1965. Blast furnace foreman, Chicago,1966-1968. After that damn blast furnace put me in the ER, got into the heavy industrial construction industry, 1969. First job, laborer. Last job, general construction superintendent, contracted by a Spanish consortium to oversee the construction of a 4 billion dollar grassroots petroleum refinery in Sumatra. Retired, 1986. Somewhere in there, picked up a BA in philosophy. Traveled a lot. As old Cap'n Bill Jensen used to say back there on the Orinoco, "Been round the world two dozen times, first time in a baby buggy, twice in a submarine." Jigged for cod from a dory off Newfoundland; ran like a sissy from an irate cobra in Brunei. Met lots of good people along the way. Switalski died, April 13, 2009 in Riverdale, Illinois.


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