Can we all agree on anything anymore?
I mean, I write something nearly every
And answering these three questions seems nearly impossible to me.
- What can all American’s agree on?
- You can’t use the words “Republican, Democrat, liberal, or conservative.”
- And anyone should be able to read it and understand it in 15 minutes.
I would have probably tried to write something shallow about attaining wealth.
For, everyone seems to want more.
Daniels does much better at this task though.
The points out that everyone wants: The Truth.
How appropriate with midterm elections approaching.
Severalyears ago I asked myself these three questions: Where do we begin to find common ground in regard to what we want (or don’t want) for the future of America? Is it possible to write something that doesn’t use the words Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, yet conveys a message with which everyone could agree? Can it be written in a concise fashion allowing anyone to read it, clearly understand the message, and be empowered in less than fifteen minutes?
-Andy Andrews, How Do You Kill 11 Million People?