Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Tuesday 7 November 2017 lessons: hope vs. you can fool some of the people all of the time, but most Americans, having heard, last call for the American Dream, recognize the silver lining of Trump — inspiring persistent civics and voting for racial and Gender equality, equal economic opportunity and respect for all — no matter their sexual persuasion or political preference.
The United States is in a state of humanitarian emergency, taking a knee in the shadow of towers that threaten to crush our Democratic Republic. So American Exceptionalism needs to include reaching out to decent people with different points-of-view, in a way that emboldens them to protect fellow citizens from government collusion with Wall Street — and sexual assault.
Then the change we seek will appear like the return of a prodigal ideal, the very moment we replace domestic in-fighting – armed with weapons of massive closed minds dug into the limitations of self-inflicted blindness – with universal truth, with joint ventures resolving difficulties securing our daily bread and stabilizing our international example, as the glow that can truly light the world, embracing…
- Harmonious gatherings that dissolve any denial of, a House Divided cannot stand
- Support our troops by not insisting they serve at the pleasure of American Corporatism.
- Honor for our Veterans by ending the war on women, and respecting LGBTQ Americans
- A modernized mindset regarding how we treat females – with their personal security in school, athletic medical offices, Hollywood — and in workplaces like Capitol Hill, be a Firewall between them and groping spin
What works? The clarion call: Those who embrace every hue, every idea progressing all forward and upward and every culture, creed and courageous Good Samaritan act of courtesy, civility and kindness.
Let’s open hearts and minds to exceptional, all-inclusive potential, by opening doors for females of all ages, especially Millennials and first time voters and candidates running for office — encouraging all to raise the anchor mooring any segment of our population to sinking America further into a do-over Civil War.
Let us eradicate the fake supremacy of Bannon projecting Moore sins on America, distorting faith with propaganda. Let’s reach out to Middle and Southern America, Las Vegas and Texas with a fifty-state hope for We The People, relegating the NRA to its OK Corral past.
Let us turn the other cheek through peaceful assembly, transmitting our transition in passionate numbers, rising well above the hate of the new Alt-Right generation, Roy Moore’s sexual perversion and Jeff Sessions’ inability to recall.
During Basic Training, I was a squad leader responsible for a dozen men, mostly just out of high school, away from home for the first time, destined for Vietnam. Drill Sergeant tasked me with, when they come to you whining about home, give ‘em backbone. I shared a room with a squad-leader from Alabama, who, after pretending to be asleep while I tried to carry out my orders for a tearful member of our platoon, confessed, I had no idea, I’ve never met a black person before.
Maybe empathy is all in who you know.
Arguably the greatest lessons to be garnered from our history textbooks are, The Half Has Never Been Told, our national need to embrace Herstory and to deliver our deserving youth from the darkness of hypocritical zealots.
Alabama is no more replete with Roy Moore clones, than trumped thinking was defeated by a popular vote of at least three million more citizens — neither blind to America’s greatness nor failing to enthusiastically answer the life-giving call to love thy neighbor as thyself.
Nonetheless, Virginians, came, saw and conquered Trumpisms like an Attorney General with no recollection, with a resounding victory for championing wives, daughters, sisters, mothers, even transgender girlfriends against the intimidation of the powerful, powerless against their desires, and the humiliation invading Short Eyes on our capacity for decency.
Call an Alabamian you know, to save the country we love!
Swaggering past tossed Russian flags, you, like Martin Shkreli, assume Master Race membership, but hope overcomes the treachery that reduces our youth to an Opioid bottom line byproduct of pharmaceutical and congressional collusion.
Thinking yourself the, boss of bosses, you’ve cheated government funding, pocketing taxpayer money, like papa Fred pick-pocketed Eisenhower, but we indict hope to shine the light of truth through the fog of Twitter storms.
Shadowing Roy Cohn’s ghosts of darkness, you strut daddy’s, you are killers, you are kings, in your personal rut of emptiness, devoid of empathy. While we honor recapturing our American Dream – you dishonor the loss of Gold Star families – and expose your Massive Intelligence Failure.
Our hope remains securely invested in the American ideal of freedom, embracing the liberty to marry whomever we choose, an independent judicial branch and a laser beam focus on the locations you consider while personally interviewing potential U. S. Attorneys.
Imposing a gold-plated Betsy DeVos for maximum stress on students and teachers, can’t bait-and-switch our national hope for public education into the glitter of your fool’s gold.
Using our Federal Communications Commission, as a propaganda tool for self-righteous Baltimore brothers, will fail to sway our hope, toward deniers of Jefferson’s separation of church and state.
You can encourage Ryan Zinke to wipe his dirty feet on our environment, but we rise above arrogance, real and fabricated terrorism and seize the day.
You may have heralded in further restrictions on our civil liberties, with HHS zealot, Scott Lloyd, denying a seventeen-year-old her right to a legal abortion — an act of injustice, for which Attorney General Jeff Sessions reserves his right to remain silent – but, through federal laws upheld by our Supreme Court, we find hope in social services that assist in both pregnancy prevention and pre-natal care.
Following the crumbs left behind by Nixon, you can build a wall between Justice for All, and We the People, but hope keeps our hearts, minds and focus clear, even in the fog of phony recusal.
You can try to erase Eric Holder’s DOJ, but Elyse Goldweber, Sally Yates and all united with #MeToo women against men like you, are the wind of hope beneath our wings. Remembering your refusal to rent to people of color, America turns blue, resisting white supremacists in league with you.
You, whose trust is in Bannon’s Alt-Right Tiki torch Nazis, are no match for our Gettysburg Address ensconced hope in The Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, and judiciary giants: Derrick Watson, Theodore Chuang, James Robart, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan.
Repeatedly professing provocative prevarications, trusting, A Lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes, will never defeat an all-inclusive patriotism that increasingly strengthens the tie that binds America’s greatest hope: Civil discourse, mutual respect and propelling forward together.
Your impulsive and aggressive top-down extremist Messianic intimidation can only isolate some Americans from United We Stand, some of the time.
You can expect Americans to respond to you like your employees, obligated to perform duties, unquestioningly, sexually or otherwise, and you can agree, no degree from the College of the Ozarks without passing a mandatory class in their Patriotic POV. However, our national consciousness is measured not only by Free Will, but our Bill of Rights, Freedom of Choice and the freedom to, just say no to any negative manipulation in the equality of our three branches of government, by the dictates of morally bankrupt, economic elites.
Thanks to you, boss-man, most Americans are now rising above short-term memory and limited vision, and assuring our neighbors feeling forgotten, that our spirit of hope welcomes all POVs — for hope keeps our promise to the world, and to immigrants like Frederick and Melania Trump.
America is perfect imperfection, but most of the time, most of us recognize character – as we continue to try living, and passing along, the lessons of Lincoln, FDR, JFK, King, Bobby, Maya, Margot Lee Shetterly and Obama.