61. Drama: Write about a time when you got stuck in between two parties fighting with each other.-Think Written
Clowns to the Left…
Though I suppose “clowns” is not a fair description of Kamala Harris. Thank GOD she’s Biden’s VP pick, because maybe–just maybe–she’ll bring a little sanity and maturity to this presidential race.
Finally, there’s a grown up in the room!
Now now now, I know there are lots of Biden fans. And I’m not anti-Biden by any means.
But I’m not so terribly pro-Biden either. I see him as more of the same ol’ same ol’.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m going to do my best to get him elected in November in the hopes that he will prove me wrong.
Jokers to the Right…
But writing Trump off as a “joker” has proved dangerous.
(As anyone with half a brain and an ounce of integrity knows.)
The thought of four more years of this maniac terrifies me. But what really frightens me the people who are willing to keep him in office.
Who are these people? Any conversation about Trump I’ve had, with strangers, friends and family alike, has yet to reveal anyone who actually voted for him.
They’re out there, obviously. But they’re as elusive as unicorns.
Tired of the Drama
I want this year to be over. I want to know the result. I want to be out of this melodramatic mess.
But it seems like we won’t get off that easy. Trump is already vowing to continue the drama after the election if he loses.
So here’s what I’ll be doing: volunteering, getting out the vote, donating money to organizations dedicated to getting out the vote, and reminding all and sundry to register to vote by mail.
That, and breathing a short prayer:
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,Reinhold Niebuhr
courage to change the things I can,
and wisdom to know the difference.