Core beliefs drive the American political parties. There are really only two political core beliefs; two basic and fundamental view points. After stripping away all the polite posturing to save face publicly you either vote for A or you vote for B in the privacy of the booth.
● Protect your shit by any means necessary.
● Collect the best shit available and make sure that only you and people exactly like you have access to the best shit available
● There’s enough shit for everyone.
● The country is better when we all do better by sharing the good shit.
Which is your core belief?
Can you say it openly in the company of others?
To paraphrase a Dixie Chicks song, there’s your trouble.
Published by Mimi DiFrancesca
Former columnist for the Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel covering metaphysics, she got to interview the likes of Brian Weiss, The Amazing Kreskin and Apollo 14 astronaut, Edgar Mitchell. Mimi’s love of words became obvious to her parent’s at age four during high mass as she stood on the pew seat to rally the congregation- “Hey! Let’s everybody sit down!” She’s been a tour guide out west and has *too many* years of tourism marketing consulting, designing promo collateral, commercial scripts for TV/Radio, freelance writing, resume and bio coaching and large event planning. A poet, artist, world traveler, mom of two phenomenal kids; in the wee hours she has three finished fiction manuscripts, a published book of erotica, and two blogs and is a self-confessed Pinterest addict. Owner of a fabulous destination wedding and event venue in northern Michigan and a board member of the Northport Chamber of Commerce and Leelanau UnCaged Music & Art Street Festival planning committee. Currently writing a non-fiction book of unusual blessings that her friend/agent is kicking her rear to finish. Member of RWA, MMRWA, CCWA and former CCWA Board. www.wordninjagirl.com
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Very well written Mimi! Wish we could connect and really talk about it! XO.