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A lot of what Trump has destroyed will be easily repairable. Not so with his vile, demoralizing tweet insults. Everyone deserves at least a chance at some sort of rebuke and remediation. Republican and Democrat Congresspersons should hear from us pressure to CENSURE him with advice that he, Trump, MUST publicly apologize for his groping insults to women's personhood, to blacks, Hispanics, immigrants in totality, etc. He should be advised he must say these words publicly by a certain date and time.

Should he be unable to do it, the Censor's resolution should declare that a SHUNNING of Trump, an ostracism, of his entire blood family, his VP Pence, all his cabinet ministers including Secys Def. and State is in effect. Censors shall not communicate nor cooperate with any of the shunned on any matter until he says it or somehow is removed from office. Final, best offers of Congresspersons of legislation they can pass may be announced as take it or leave it offers with no response at all to be made to further communication, responses to complaints from the shunned parties to media. Censors should beg other citizens to cooperate with the shunning.

At some point, hopefully shortly, the operation even of the physical plant of the White House must come in dependent contact with the outside world. At that point, cooperating citizens should cease performing the duties of sustaining the White House. Let what was once the light of the world grow, for a while, cold and dark.

 

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I could be Bernie Sanders older brother by similarity. I was born in Manhattan, 1940, he, about a year later, in Brooklyn. I too am a white male American. A retired college professor of philosophy. We both were born of Jewish parents. I was (more...)
 

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