Editor's Note: After last night's AC360° we heard from many of you about Congressman Eric Massa's comments. We also received comments on the Toyota acceleration problem - some of you asked us about the tactics recommended for an emergency. And many of you appreciated our reporting from Haiti too.
Eric Massa is in "real trouble" and the truth will come out! He is in real trouble and is using "smoke and mirrors" to confuse the real truth to be reveal soon. Just wait and see. He has something to hide.
I would like to offer my very safe suggestion to entirely solve the unintended acceleration issue with the Toyota or any car. If its standard or automatic transmission just put it in neutral... pay attention to the road and steer it safely over to the shoulder and then turn it off. Why is this so difficult?
We want to let you know that by any measure you are a very valuable reporter to CNN. Thank you, for reporting the news the way you do about Haiti. Your reporting is engaging, and we are grateful for the reports and discussions you conduct about Haiti. You report the events with thoughtfulness, respect, and compassion. This adds a special humane touch and dignity to the stories you report. Your observations always give a great boost to the unfortunate stories and causes. We want to personally thank you for your thoughtfulness, compassion and comments.
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