An Urgency of We

An Urgency of We

Waiting for that magical common ground that will unite human beings on a mass scale is quite frankly what we all do so well. The most fertile soil for change is found in the "what's hot" today category, which is where Snowden, the NSA and Constitution are now filed. Busting the power of duopoly requires a commonality between brothers and sisters by other mothers. An organizational push as it were...whether consciously or subconsciously.

The anarchist in me says I don't need no stinkin' piece-o-paper to tell me what's right and what's wrong...but I also see the importance of having constitutional law. When duopoly begins to seemingly self-destruct before our eyes, it's that law, those civil rights, that bond the people and create common ground. I've noticed many republicans, democrats, socialists, greens, libertarians and all other stripes of ideologies who are in agreement on many issues raised by this confirmation of the loss of their 4th Amendment. Many are not necessarily Snowden supporters, but nevertheless are highly concerned about the confirmation of their loss of privacy. It was more of a leftist conspiracy theory for many of us until this latest greatest leak proved otherwise.

I wish it would be our compassion for humanity which united us in change...the path of integrity. But the truth is, humanity does not seem to have reached that point of enlightenment and understanding just yet. So we organize around any common ground we can find, organize a majority, circle the wagons, make a stand...and demand transparency and accountability to the citizenry of this land.

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