Hometown America – The Blame Game

Daily blog: It’s May 2nd, 2021.

As the current Dempub administration continues its blame game, hoping everyone will believe. We have to move forward in our hometowns making them the best they can be.

Successful communities are controlled by their citizens through representatives who haven’t forgotten who they work for. If you have one that takes the advice of party leaders over yours, replace them.

Too often, our representatives are told what to do. And I don’t know about you, but this is unacceptable to me. I want my reps to realize they’re on equal ground with the rest of Congress on day one. They should not be taking orders from anyone, especially representatives from another state.

And they damn sure better not be listening to Frank Luntz; the republican party’s longest-serving message man. For decades he has been telling republicans what to say and how to say it. And look where they are now. I’m sure the Democrats have their own message, man or women as well.

So regardless of your party, give your reps a call today and let them know you want someone who thinks for themselves.

A beautiful, safe hometown can be yours as long as you stay active in it. We can not afford to sit on the sidelines anymore. The blame game never works, even when we use it ourselves.

I recently visited a beautiful hometown here in North Carolina. Hope you enjoy the walking tour.

One thought on “Hometown America – The Blame Game

  1. Small town North Carolina, the Red Brick Capitol of the Country.

    This little tour is like going back in time to the 1950’s. Wonderful.

    Railroad tracks through the center of town, purposeful murals but no graffiti, streets clean enough to eat off of.

    I enjoyed this video, thank you.

    A video narrated by someone whose accent tells me that he is obviously from the Bronx.

    Ya gotta love it.


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