So now America is steered toward this story, instead of keeping an eye on the Gulf of Mexico, and the wars. Is this intentional?
Instead of making this abandoned area where the twin towers once stood a topic for our candidates to divide us and get votes for an up coming election (which by the way is so petty, and rude), the city of New York should use the space to build what the citizen's there need. As long as it is not another Circuit City (inside joke).
I just woke up from a dream last night, a really great dream about people being nice after a divorce with the ex husband there, the kids, and I was making a pass at the ex wife. There was no tension, no hate; because I treated them like people and commented that it was nice to see all you guys be civil to one another and that I was from a divorce myself from childhood and I had the opposite experience and it was refreshing to see you guys not hate each other (that really hurts the kids). It was wonderful, and I think I was going to get lucky too (ha ha).
When I awoke just minutes later, I realized how different this was from my family, no hate; and would that be nice if we could all do that. I even wrote this down on my word processor as I came to open my eyes at four in the morning. I felt good, even walked to the store to grab a pack of smokes and talked with the guy at the store; very refreshing.
So all you guys out there that want to label people, that makes you seem special, or different; as though you did this label so you will forget where you came from; sit back and learn something here from a kid from a hating family due to divorce. Try to remember who you are, and learn how to behave. Elections are for the issues at hand, don't make up a rustling topic and pick a side so you can get votes from the other group. Instead, prop people up, try to love one another. After all, the kids in this country will respect you for it, and maybe even want to grow up and be like you. Do you really think they look at you this way now?
So, what can we build?