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But what good would it do, besides win me some PR points? While Michelle Obama felt pride in her nation for the first time recently, I am more and more developing a deep anger at it, and I think it’s time I admit that out loud.
If you want hope, it needs to be planted firmly in truth, or else it’s like administering morphine while you die of kidney failure. I’m a patriot, but to borrow from Chesterton, a patriot who is uncritical of his country while it teeters on the edge of total destruction is like a son who doesn’t warn his mother that she’s about to fall off a cliff.
President-elect Donald “Divisive” Trump took hit podium last night after his win, saying that it’s time for us to come together and unite as one.
He sounded just as ridiculous as Secretary of State John Kerry did last week when he told a group of people, likely Hillary Clinton supporters, that our nation needs to heal after this election.
Crips, the city as opposed to the suburbs, the divide between white collar and blue collar, the intellectual and the factory worker, and on and on. Unless by “healing” we mean take the country back to a place of racism, classism and sexism . I had the pain of sitting through President Obama’s ABC News town hall on race back in July.
Today, I hope that we can begin the healing.”Kerry’s intentions seem good — any language on unity does — but they ignore the problem that cuffs us to stagnation.
The idea that this country was ever unified is a joke and a bad one at that. In 1992, hip-hop artist 2Pac recorded a track called “Changes,” in which he stated, “Cops give a damn about a Negro/ Pull a trigga, kill a nigga, he’s a hero! In 2016, NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo of New York’s Staten Island, the coward who squeezed the life out of Eric Garner with an illegal chokehold on video, earned an extra ,000 in pay. The bigger question is why aren’t more people upset when they do?
It’ll make you feel better for a time, but it won’t save you. In this case, however, we already fell off the cliff.
Here’s the truth: I am not happy with this country, and you shouldn’t be, either. We are shattered on the rocks below, and I’m truly not certain if we can be repaired.