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If not me, who?

Posted by ehvogel on July 16, 2010

There is a feeling that comes over you when you have a conviction. You will not stand to be denied. You’ve thought about it, you’ve anguished about it, you’ve analyzed it, but you always come back to the same place: you’re right.

We all experience that moment, whether it be in our personal lives, our business lives, or the things we care about, like God and Country.

We seldom accept a forum beyond our immediate concerns. But what if we did?

What would we do if we pursued the concept of steering our home town? How many times have you floated the notion, but did nothing about it? How many times did you say: I’m not qualified, I’m not worthy, I’m just an observer?

What happens when you take that plunge without looking back?

Once there, how do you stop from pursuing a solution to all that confronts and maddens you?

After taking the plunge, how can you possibly look back?

Sarah Palin has done all those things. It started locally, then built up regionally and now has gone national.

I am in awe of her convictions. Doesn’t she kinda remind you of you and what you’d like to do?

Cross-posted on Generational Dysfunction

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4 Responses to “If not me, who?”

  1. Joy said

    There’s a problem with your RACIAL analysis of Obama: Namely, “Arab” is not a race! White/Caucasion is a race, so is what we used to call “Negro” or, now Black. Asian or Asiatic is a (or the?) 3rd race. Arab is an ETHNICITY and is actually much less specific because “an Arab” has usually come from (or still lives in) a country considered primarily Arabic. “Jews” and “Jewish” are considered primarily a religion; but for a long time – and, of course, in the Bible – Jews were also/earlier considered “a Nation,” – only now, Israel is the only official Jewish nation (“State”), so I suppose that could be considered its “ethnicity.”

    Maybe others can clarify the subject better than I?

  2. Joy said

    eh: You’ve raised a good point here – and I particularly like your thoughts on “Generational Dysfunction:” Namely, calling on/out Obama’s (formerly?) Muslim faith. Actually, if he’s like some NON-Arab Muslims I know, I won’t fault him for being raised in a questionalbe religion; what I’d LOVE to know – but know will NEVER find out! – is how he REALLY feels toward Islam and if, under hypnosis or torture or truth serum, would be proclaim, in his heart of hearts (OK, I know, the SOB doesn’t HAVE a hear – like Oz’s “Tin Man!!”), that he was a committed Christian (even if baptized by that old former Blackk Muslim reporbate, Rev. Jeremiah Wright!) or a less-than-observant Muslim (remember, they have those “hatched, matched & dispatched” types in EVERY religion!)? More to the point, did he do a secret little victory dance on Sept. 11, 2001, as did his Muslim brethern throughout the Muslim backwaters of this world?

    • Fay said

      One point that no one ever brings up is that Obama is 8/16 white, 1/16 black, and 7/16 Arab. However, he is never described as an Arab-American. I wonder why.

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