My favorite T-shirt has a quote on it that I love.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have already chosen the side of the oppressor.” Desmond Tutu
If you see someone who is being bullied or criticized for being “different” (overweight, underweight, race, gender, abilities, choices, etc), what do you do?
Would it make a difference if the “different” one was a member of your family?
Can you support someone for elected office who calls names, mocks, bullies and belittles?
Will you be able to explain to your children why they are not allowed to behave that way, but the person for whom you plan to vote behaves that way continually?
Linda Bianca, Myrtle Beach