Pharmacists' Right of Conscience hearings continue tomorrow, Sept. 29, from 1 PM to 4 PM at 20809 72nd Avenue South, Kent, WA. Many are following and participating in these hearings. Several of our readers plan to attend the hearing next week in Kent. If possible, please plan to attend and give testimony that you, "support a pharmacist's right of conscience." You may also leave a written testimony.
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Mourning in America
As President Obama and Vice President Biden launch an ambitious, cross country scramble to fix the upcoming elections and cure the hemorrhaging of support for their "Great Experiment" that is miserably failing, a new television ad is released nationwide.
"Mourning in America" is a whisper-----not a shout.
It's a parallel to an ad Ronald Reagan ran in 1984---"Morning in America."
Kathleen Parker, with the Washington Post Writers Group, is no conservative and her comments are more regretful and wistful than complimentary when she says yesterday, "Sometimes when everyone is shouting, only a whisper can be heard."
I think this ad will be heard.
Parker thinks the ad seeks to tap the country's sadness, not our anger.
Parker's story, which I have linked, includes more of her comments and a text of the narrative in both the Reagan ad and the newly released one.
However, I strongly recommend you take 2 minutes and watch each 1 minute ad. They are linked here. Watch "Morning in America" first, then watch "Mourning in America."
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