An Open Letter to My Facebook Friends:
Let me begin by stating that I have been quietly, but very closely, monitoring your posts about Donald Trump. I have been reading your heartfelt messages, and I have been clicking on your media links. Each has served to underscore my belief that we hold the same opinion about Trump. In particular, I agree with your passionate (yet poignantly insightful) comments about –
- The “Wall”
- The Paris Climate Agreement
- The Iran Nuclear Deal
- The investigation into Russian Collusion
- And, of course, who makes the best Taco Bowl
The rational choice on each issue is plain as day. Unless it was that day last August we had the eclipse, then… well, maybe I should have used the phrase “plain as the nose on your face.” But I digress.
There will come a day when those who disagree with us will receive a direct and unambiguous message, and that day is November 3, 2020. On that momentous day, we will sit in our living rooms watching the talking heads announce that justice has indeed prevailed. Our point will have been made loud and clear.
Thank you for your willingness to, “put yourself out there” and “wear your heart on your sleeve.” I have admired your fortitude and your courage. Yours is the backbone and strength our county needs at this critical time in our history.
I look forward to reading your future posts and nodding my head in agreement. Keep the light of your passion burning. In fact, I am going to hit “refresh” after I type my final sentence to enjoy your most recent political insights. I am actually salivating at the thought. I am almost giddy with anticipation.