Here we are in August and flush with town hall meetings on health care reform. The MSM has much to say on the tone of citizens questioning their
representatives during these meetings. What is proper? What is civil? What is detrimental to the process? What is patriotic? Should we disagree with
the administration? After all, we elected them.
Americans have 230 plus years of history and countless patriotic leaders to draw from for inspiration and answers to these questions. There's no need
to reinvent the wheel fellow Americans. Let us put partisan politics aside. Let us open our minds to those that have "been there and done that". Let
us look to our current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for inspiration and guidance on how we should conduct ourselves while attending and
participating at these meetings on health care. After all, I think we all recall Mrs. Clinton's promoting health care reform starting back in the
early 90's. She was ahead of the times. She would know the gravity of the situation. She would have explored these very questions. Do we speak our
minds? Or do we mind how we speak? And so I ask you all to imagine what advice Mrs. Clinton would give us as we attend these meetings. If asked, I
think she would say something like this:
There you have it. Go with fire in your bellies and heat on your tongues. God bless you Hillary Clinton! And God bless America!
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