Lately I could say SO much and yet I know there is nothing of value in saying it.
Were this comedy of errors less critical to the welfare of the entire planet and to all of us who live here, it would be easy to complain and rail and stomp about, but instead I find silence the best choice for my own sanity.
This is no way to run a country in which democratic ideals and humanitarian pursuits are its founding principles; nor is it remotely smart to devalue intelligent, factual information on national security, political, and ecological subjects, or to deride the highly-trained specialists who are providing it.
When despots and dictators become the most admired and most emulated management style of a country’s highest executive, it is time to reassess the wisdom of having that person in such a powerful office.
There are always alternate choices. Perhaps it is time to consider them.
It only takes intense congressional discomfort with the present office occupant to initiate the change.
Help your congressional representatives (Senate and House) to make the choice that is in all of our best interests: Amendment 25.