from Douglas Moore’s Art of Quotation
“We need to keep this country great by continuing its long tradition of being inclusive, of fighting the forces of exclusion that threaten us every day.
We must build bridges between people, and we must also build walls: the walls of new kitchens, new schools, new hospitals.
If we continue to be inclusive and welcoming, we are only going to keep moving it forward, to make the America we all dream of.”
José Andrés, chef, Spanish, American
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An interesting take on such a controversial issue. Great share.
Glad you like it.
Well… all this has become just another exercise in language, one that those who govern gladly skip… 😦
Well when you have a president with a third grader’s vocabulary, it’s not difficult to misuse language.