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Printed from https://www.writing.com/main/books/action/view/entry_id/975100
by Archie
Rated: 13+ · Book · Opinion · #758164
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#975100 added February 8, 2020 at 1:17pm
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A Magical Time in Politics
Wow! my head spins in a Möbius strip pattern. National, Statewide, Local – Makes no difference. It’s a fascinating, frightening, and fragile situation. Where will we go from here? “Can’t we all get along” has become meaningless.

My hope is that we are experiencing a huge reorganization, a housecleaning of sorts. For that to be true (truth has become a suspicious concept) we have to be better informed and definitely morally better than those holding political office today.

It’s time We, the People stop acting like our elected officials. It’s time to use them as a bad example on how to act and do better among ourselves. It’s time to throw out this foolish, destructive behavior and get our collective public act together to act as a viable, productive community.

No easy task, but we can do it. We can “get our act together” to become a community willing and certainly ready to improve our political lot. It’s a tough road, but we have to do it for our own survival.

Stop allowing Congress. the president, the governor, the state legislature, the mayor, and city council to provide us with their self-enriching truths. It’s time we started providing Congress. the president, the governor, the state legislature, the mayor, and city council with our truths and demanding they stick to our agenda.

Go! Go on! Get started before it’s too late to save ourselves.

What do you think; post your comments?

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