The question is not whether to vote, the question is how to vote. And that decision may be key to a fair election. With a President shouting voting by mail is fraudulent, threatening to have the Supreme Court rule that mail-in ballots are not valid, and maneuvering to have Electoral College electorates be selected by… Continue reading In Person or by Mail?
I listened to wistful voices I applauded accomplishments I realized challenges I recognized hopes I saw the dreams I cried for losses I watched faces I laughed at the jokes I hoped for the futures I feared inactivity I dreamed of equality I planned my actions I felt the urgency I heard the truth My… Continue reading 2020 Democratic National Convention
I’m mad. I’m frightened. I’m outraged. I’m saddened I’m disgusted. I’m nervous. I’m lonely. I’m tired. I’m Corona Virus weary. But I’m not surprised. There is a sickness in the White House. Most Americans recognized the symptoms of the malady even before a fever was detected, but they hoped it could be contained. The disease,… Continue reading A Disease Empowers a Virus
Watching the news has me grabbing my bottle of antidepressants and gobbling a handful, hoping I won’t cut my wrist before they kick in to soothe my ever-growing anxiety about the state of our country. Force feeding the orange one truth pills would be a start to easing my concern, but that seems unlikely for… Continue reading More Zoloft, Please
Clever limerick for the upcoming election. Go vote! Thanks to https://marple25mary.wordpress.com/2016/10/29/e-mail-limerick-in-three-verses/#like-1627 for this post.