I recently saw a car covered with bumper stickers for candidates from a particular political party (in the interest of diplomacy, I won’t name which one). In the middle of all these “ads” was another one that said: “There is no right and left, only right and wrong.” That summed up for me the tenor of our political discourse in this country and was a visual reminder of why it is and will be so difficult to resolve our differences.
Then, in the Nov. 14 Under the Dome item “Bradshaw ‘inclined’ to ask for recount,” I see one of our former N.C. House “leaders,” Tim Moffitt, using the phrase “enemy base camp” to describe his district’s Democratic voters. Woe is us.
Marsha Munn, Raleigh