We can do what’s best for the whole

I think it’s interesting how people can view something and see very different things. The Denny Heck ad as an example. I saw the two men as a metaphor for Congress, each party unable to compromise. Another person enters the picture and offers to share his sandwich, thereby creating harmony and doing what is best for the nation as a whole.

Lorraine Tyrrell


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