Well argued here, in New York Magazine. Chuck and Nancy should read it.
And a sad, related read from the New Yorker: “When Deportation Is a Death Sentence.”
We were once a compassionate nation, a beacon of hope and democracy. Remember? Our racist, petulant, self-obsessed President has now issued more than two thousand falsehoods and the world sees him for what he is. Read the book.
Happy Birthday, Reverend King. The struggle continues.
(unless you will be filing your return, with any balance due, by January 31)
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We've forgotten all the sacrifices that the people who've gone before us made to give us this wonderful life that we have. We accept it; we take it for granted; we think it's our birthright. The facts are, it's precious, it's fragile -- it can disappear.~Ross Perot, 1988
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