Keller At Large
This weekend might be the perfect time to catch up and get away from the depressing political news of the moment.
The boil of left- and right-wing rhetoric reduces any issue immediately to its partisan bones, which are so calcified with grievance and stereotyping that no honest exchange is possible.
Our president and his fellow boomers at the IRS and Justice Department think they and their agenda are what’s best for us, without regard to long-established traditions of governmental balance and restraint.
While no one hates obnoxious service more, I tend to side with the retail worker in most of the employee vs. customer horror stories I hear.
We can’t and shouldn’t tolerate it, and I’m pretty confident the public won’t stand for any effort to turn this quickly into “old news.”
Put me down in favor of no mercy for the surviving suspect.
When you speak out, it matters, and we do listen. Because we never want to lose a listener or viewer, as I apparently did with Wednesday’s commentary.
I hope I speak for at least some of us when I say, whatever else they wind up doing, give us the truth about what happened.
Political campaigns are like a basketball game.
Suspect #1 is dead. Why spend another breath arguing about him when we need to concentrate on the ones like him that are still with us?