First head over to Patrick's:
A recent editorial in the Post & Courier asked if Americans are tired of revisiting the tragedy of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
In the article, a Massachusetts woman says this:
“I may sound callous, but doesn’t grieving have a shelf-life? We’re very sorry and mournful that people died, but there are living people. Let’s wind it down.”
Yeah, I’d say callous is a good word.
Then, head over to the Charleston Live Journal Community where a contributor asks:
So, anyone going to the protest this weekend in D.C.?
Lastly visit JanetLee's:
And that used to be a good thing. We as a nation moved forward steadily and cautiously. The two sides worked together.
But all that seems to have changed in the past 20 years or so. We've lost the balance and become instead stuck on our respective sides of the fence, tossing insults and pointing fingers at the other side, blaming each other for the grid-lock which has seized our government.