“Some men see things as they are and ask, “”Why?”” I dream things that never were and ask, “”Why not?””
Some days I wake up and ask myself “Why don’t Republicans imagine a better world for people on earth?”
They appear to imagine a world that is better for them but not better for everyone. Is this true or am I missing something?
Would the Kennedy brothers be labled Socialists if they were leading the Democrat Party today? Somebody hated the Kennedys enough to kill them. What about President Johnson? Would his support of black lives in the ’60s through integration, equal opportunity, and government support programs be considered anti-Trump or anti-Republican if it occurred today?
Aren’t you curious why the marches today are the same as the ones in the 60s? Police violence, Police brutality.
Today’s marches are to end police violence and police brutality. Do you see that the root cause of these marches is a history of police violence in neighborhoods or do you see the violence as being necessary in crime- and drug-infested neighborhoods?
Do you see that the lack of government involvement in treating the neighborhood infestation through public health measures is an issue or do you see that people just need better morals, make better choices, and the crime and drug infestations will decrease as a result?
Do you blame the infected patient for his fever, vomiting, and sickness or should you treat the cause and make a sick person healthier? Would you do the same for sections of a city or should you simply contain the infection within its boundaries?
If the Kennedys and LBJ were alive today would they be considered LEFTISTS and SOCIALISTS by the Republican Party?
Does the Republcian Party see things as they could be and say WHY NOT? Or do they see it the same way as it was in the 60s?
And how are Black neighborhoods different than Chinese, Muslim, Hispanic, Hmong, and other ethnic neighborhoods?
So many questions and so few answers.