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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

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March 25, 2010

Spring Yellow

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:17 am

Good morning from the shores of Cape Cod and the Islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket!  Watching perhaps one of the most beautiful sunrises I have seen in a long time at Dowses Beach this morning, I bid you a fair adieu.  I was born on this day, the 25th of March in the year of 1965…the same year that medicare was passed by Lyndon B. Johnson, our President at the time, and although I did not know much at that juncture, it would be 45 years later that an historic health care bill would be passed into law, shoring up support for the “least of us”.  I am saddened by the violent rhetoric and actions by far right extremists in this country that have been stoked by a vicious corporate agenda, causing several members of both the Senate and the House of Representatives to feel unsafe in their own homes.  However, it is not a time to be a shrinking violet.  The time to stand up for what is right is NOW.  Like I said in my blog yesterday, you can’t expect to win an argument with individuals or groups that are not playing the same game as you, even if it is not a game.  The strong and steady course that President Obama set for passing this legislation was one of great courage, dedication and vision.  A distant light will shine on the horizon and bring about social change that will be unparalleled in our generation.  It is ironic that the programs that brought you fear, e.g. FOX “news”, are actually the ones who are in fear now, for somewhere deep within their foggy hearts, they know what is right and what is wrong.  So, rejoice and be glad, for despite the mouthpieces of deceipt, this is a great day for America and we “progressives” can hold our heads high, for the “time” is nigh and it is time to fly high.  Have a wonderful day folks!  Peace~ M

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