The best example of how far we have not come is when President Bush praises someone for staying with a disabled co-worker on a top floor of the World Trade Center. All that’s happened since 9/11 makes me want to fight more, and harder, to demand our right to live independently, without barriers, in our communities. — Paul Spooner
What to do? You’ve got to
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know what not to do. It’s like
In a period of impending somebody gives you a big box of rocks
dictatorship, the primary values and says there’s a diamond inside of one
that need to be emphasized are of them. Try to choose the right one?
equality and non-violence. You’ll never throw any of them away. — Harlan Hahn and Jo Peters You’ll never find your fortune. If you
ask, What are my opportunities here? What The role of our government should I choose? then you will confuse is to protect people from intrusions yourself and choose wrong. When you and assaults by others, not to X off what not to do, the path becomes commit intrusions and assaults in clear and the future will open up. Better order to ‘protect people from to throw away the rocks where the themselves’ or to accommodate diamond isn’t. Two examples from IL: bigotry. — Alice Berry Doing for anyone what they can do for themselves. And expecting anything,
We can’t wait for someone to ever, in return for what you give.
give us the power. We have it now. — Roland Sykes — Janine Bertram