Women’s March Day – Imagine . . .

John Lennon invited us to imagine the unimaginable, a good thing to do on January 21, 2017.

Imagine . . .  the new President and new First Lady hear the voices from the Women’s March today and take them seriously – as a voting bloc.

Imagine . . . candidate Trump meant what he said about universal health care.

Imagine . . . he surprises everyone by proposing Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All”, manages to get bi-partisan support and commendation from President Obama.

Imagine . . .  he changes his mind about climate change, decides to become the world leader in reducing carbon emissions, and proposes that a green economy be the theme of the nation’s infrastructure re-building program.

Imagine . . .  Michael Moore is correct that the new President is highly sensitive to criticism and changes his color for the sake of popular approval ratings.

  • Gordon C. Stewart, Chaska, MN 55318

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” – Maya Angelou.

This day of the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. and all across America, dare to imagine with Maya Angelou and John Lennon.

Imagine! Just for today.


9 thoughts on “Women’s March Day – Imagine . . .

  1. I never knew I could have a fantasy life involving politics. I never was one of those people who said “it can’t happen here,” but I really didn’t think this could ever REALLY happen here. I thought we were better than this. Smarter than this.


    • Marilyn, yesterday I felt as low as I’ve ever felt. The Women’s March was a real shot of hope, but all the marchers have gone home and Trump is exercising power with a vengeance, still arguing that he would have won the popular vote if millions of illegal votes hadn’t been cast. This is as sick as it gets. Yesterday I felt despair greater than I did after 9/11. Not good. Not good.


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