Having become exhausted by the constant campaigning done by so many and the barrage of negativity sweeping the air waves, what better time to take in a poetry class with Jenny Hubbard of Salisbury, NCâs Center for Faith and The Arts than on election day.Â She had one agenda but I wanted to talk about Robert Frostâs poem, The Road Not Taken for in reading his commentary Frost spoke of peopleâs misinterpretation of what his words meant.Â Frost sought not to say that one road is better than the other, but shows as in the first Muppetâs movie, âWhen you come to the fork in the road, take it.â
On November 6, 2012 the USA was offered two roads for leadership.Â Barack Obama was willing to delve into uncertainty based on using the government as a pump primer appreciating that his faith in himself should help us understand if we would try to see it his way per The Beatlesâ, âWe Can Work It Outâ being none the worse for the wear. Â Mitt Romney showed a fiscally conservative path based on the probability and safe constancy that in Believing in America we could find our way by putting our faith in the hands of âWe the People. . .â not governments to do our bidding. Meanwhile Robert Frost didnât choose up sides on his cautious path into a yellow wood.Â He stopped, looked and noted Â âAnd both that morning equally layÂ In leaves no step had trodden black.. . . Yet knowing how way leads on to way . . . I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.â
George W. Bush can bear no blame from here on out, for Obama is sort of right back where he started.Â The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy threatens to become Obamaâs Hurricane Katrina.Â The deaths of our Libyan Ambassador and other Americans killed in Benghazi are but our most recent 9/11. Â Our national debt wonât push granny off the cliff but is quick sand pulling us under deeper in an unrelenting economic mess of lowered expectations for ourselves which platitudes and words alone wonât fix without understanding markets, the promise of innovators and the need for tax reform to allow folks to keep more of their own money and businesses to reinvest for future growth.
Pat McCrory was expected to win the governorship of North Carolina. Speaker of the House Thom Tillis with Speaker Pro Tem of the Senate Phil Berger bring to the fore a trio for Republican leadership of reasonable, responsive guys that liberals may find too conservative and conservatives may find too moderate.Â As with the story of Goldilocks trying out her new digs from the chair to the food to the bed, this state may find Republicans got this one âJust Right.â
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