Wednesday, September 30, 2020

The good, the bad, and the ugly

For better or worse
As I write this blog the first Presidential debate
looms on the horizon. A public event most
Americans dread for a variety of reasons. One
which is guaranteed to offer a televised bevy
of fireworks for Mr. Trump's ardent loyalists.
While most true blues worry about how Biden
will stand up against his aggressive onslaught.
In the end it may be much ado about nothing.
Given that most pundits are of the opinion that
the majority of us have already made our minds
up. That said the less said tends to benefit most
of us. Hence chances are somebody is going to
screw up tonight. But who?
Fact versus friction
If history repeats itself, Mr. Trump is going to
come out punching. Which means that beyond
name calling he'll spew out a plethora of false
accusations. The question is whether some of
us are dumb enough to believe it. Meanwhile
Mr. Biden will armed with truth and facts. All
to prove that his opponent's job performance
thus far has been questionable at best. Along
with commentary on recent revelations about
Donald Trump's taxes - or lack thereof. What's
uncertain is how Americans will react to said
back and forth. Ultimately it will come down
to each man himself. And who we trust.
May the best man win
As you read this you know what happened last
night. My question is did any of it lead you to
a different conclusion? Or did it simply affirm
what you already knew? Unfortunately even the
most open of individuals filters things through
preconceived notions. Hence it's doubtful that
the few who can't make up their minds came
to a decision. Said end game will not happen
until they fill out their ballot by November 3rd.
Meaning that we still have an opportunity to
guide them get to a better place. Thus whoever
you know who doesn't know needs your help.
Tell them like it is. Before it's too late...