I am reminded by a Facebook post by one of my more liberal cousins that while I am inclined to rhetorically stick him in the neck with an Ice Pick, that in the end, after all is said, and after November 6th we are all family, neighbors and Americans. And yeah… I guess I love the left-wing loon…. He is my Cousin.
I look at the comments here and some of which are just downright tough to haul back and will be remembered long after November 6th. At the end of all this politicking we have to live and work together.
Take an example from us old hands at online politics. November 7th comes quicker than you think. As the dawn rises on that day we must all come together and once again unite as citizens of our Towns and cities, our County, State, and Country. In the end we are neighbors, friends and family that sometimes don’t agree. But in the end we all must work together to make our lives better.
Win, lose or draw, a guys like Steve Spear, Mark Clemons, Larry Briggs, Steve Whitten and Carey Alderson, and others who are left, right and nobody in the center will still remain my friends.
Richard Myers and I have been friends for 30 years, he is a hardcore lefty and I on the right, he’s a guy I would and did trust with my life, yet we know to keep away from each other in October of any election year. We have remained best friends through 6 Presidents.
We have far more in common, than one might think in the middle of any fighting for our candidate or proposition. We all want what is best for our community.
Look I am not asking you all to change the tenor of the conversation here, its great for the hits, but do realize we do not need to Balkanize the Basin, In the end we need one another. November 7th comes pretty damned quick and trust me Crow does not taste all that good….