…sometimes what we “see” in life is based on a misperception or a missed-perception….
People, other than those on Hillary’s campaign, need to remind people that if they want to “make this country great again”, you actually have to know how to run the country. But who is holding Trump’s feet to the fire besides Hillary supporters?
Everyone who has a pen and pad, laptop or a voice, needs to speak up.
If you cannot prepare for a Presidential debate, which he clearly didn’t, then how are you going to prepare for meetings for our country?
It is classism at its finest, and we have to stop acting like it’s not happening. If you woke up in a different position or circumstance, you might think differently and wonder why black folks who’ve “made” it, are nowhere to be found. We spend a lot of time trying to convince people, especially white people, why all lives matter is not cool, but what we really need to do is remind black people, that when you say Black Lives Matter, saying those words mean nothing, if you do nothing.
Being unapologetic for tough decisions is something that Presidents must do when faced with a difficult decision for the nation, but it’s not cool to be unapologetic just for the heck of it. Presidential candidates should be concerned as they run for office about the hearts and minds of the entire country. There will come a day for each President to make a tough decision and be unapologetic, but it’s a privilege that shouldn’t be given too soon or to the wrong person.
We inform our compass through experiences, information, and things that we see through our eyes.
“The danger of the past was that men became slaves. The danger of the future is that man may become robots” – Erich Fromm
This is about honesty from Trump and N.W.A. juxtaposed to their offensive language regarding women on the backdrop of our freedom of Speech