on Stewart’s Rally to Restore Sanity was 10 years ago this week. I read the speech. We haven’t progressed that much. We haven’t regressed that much either.
It's true. It's been 200 days since we got home from my nephew's wedding and everything shut down. I thought I would take a moment, reflect and just share some random thoughts, musings, observations and words on this unique moment in time.
I am always apprehensive about today. There are emotions I don't want to deal with that come to the surface today.
Is this the tipping point? Can it reach a level that it impacts law, real change and elections (local, state and national)? George Floyd is not a hero, he is not a martyr, he is a victim. It’s not about him, it’s about the 8:46. And to quote my pastor from yesterday, “It’s pain, wrapped around pain.”
I would love to struggle over "who to vote for" in 2020 with these two gentlemen. John Kasich and Cory Booker.
This, I dare say, is even better than #covfefe!
If you missed it, here are some of my favorite ones! Both "sides of the aisle" take a hit here!