WE DO NOT ELECT KINGS AND QUEENS, WE ELECT REPRESENTATIVES THAT SHOULD FOLLOW OUR LEAD TO HELP EACH OTHER.
22 DAYS UNTIL WE CAN CHANGE THIS SUPREME COURT. PRESIDENT, CONGRESS, SENATE ALL THE WAY DOWN TO DOGCATCHER ON NOVEMBER 8th!
We are protectors, not protesters’: why I’m fighting the North Dakota pipeline.
“On 26 July, we were surprised to learn that the North Dakota permits were approved by the US Army Corps of Engineers to run the pipeline within a half-mile of our reservation. My tribal leaders have said that this is done without consulting tribal governments, and without a meaningful study of the impacts it will have. This is a violation of federal law and, more importantly, of our treaties with the US government – the supreme law of the land.” - Sicangu/Oglala Lakota, born in Rosebud, South Dakota
By all means stay home if you want, but don’t kid yourself that you’re not voting. In reality, there is no such thing as not voting: you either vote by voting, or you vote by staying home and tacitly doubling the value of some Diehard’s vote.” - David Foster Wallace
If there is a rally against social injustice if possible should we try to show up? If there is a march against someone polluting our environment or poisoning or detrimentally altering our food should we try to show up? If there is an out cry for someone that has been falsely accused or if there is a get together to help change peoples lives for the better, should we try to show up? If there is petition or an event to help our fellow man should we try to sign it and should we try to attend?
AND If there is a vote, which is a just way to possibly peacefully change this country for the better however remote, should we not show up for that too?
pass it on