A Balance

May 25, 2008

HEROES

If you have seen a little too much of partisan competition lately and need a break, here’s a story from a different world where competition is also key. This story is the real America, where competition does not outweigh compassion.  When the media can publicize these stories over the Paris Hilton, four hundred dollar haircuts, and politics of destruction they will serve this nation.

THE OPPOSING VIEW

My wish is  on January 20, 2009 when the new President is sworn into office that he/she completes the oath of office, raises his/her hand off the Bible, shakes hands with the Chief Justice and as the applause rises turns to the Attorney General and says, “I order you to immediately arrest George W Bush and Richard B. Cheney for War Crimes and crimes against humanity.”

 

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One Response to “A Balance”


  1. […] My Telegraph wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptHEROS If you have seen a little too much of partisan competition lately and need a break, here’s a story from a different world where competition is also key. This story is the real America, where competition does not outweigh compassion.  When the media can publicize these stories over the Paris Hilton, four hundred dollar haircuts, and politics of destruction they will serve this nation. THE OPPOSING VIEW My wish is  on January 20, 2009 when the new President is sworn into office that he/she completes the oath of office, raises his/her hand off the Bible, shakes hands with the Chief Justice and as the applause rises turns to the Attorney General and says, “I order you to immediately arrest George W Bush and Richard B. Cheney for War Crimes and crimes against humanity.” […]


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