“I can accept anything, except what seems to be the easiest for most people: the half-way, the almost, the just-about, the in-between.”
~ Ayn Rand
We are all hearing such tales, of back and forth bickering—inundated with the details of government we never thought to know.
Faces of politicians are splashed under headlines of a most uncompromising view. Millions are without work, and wondering if an end shall ever be near.
But nothing seems to tell the tale better than the image of a small child standing sadly at the gates of the Washington D.C. Zoo, and wishing only for the opportunity to enter in.
A child knows nothing of these adult politics. In some ways, their vision is much clearer than our own.
Perhaps this is the message Congress most needs to hear.
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