Cheers to No Cynicism in 2012

December 31, 2011 by  
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Happy New Year HatI am going to keep this short and to the point so you can get back, you know, to that thing you were doing this New Year’s Eve.

I had two conversations with loved ones over the last couple of weeks about the Occupy movement. After going ’round and ’round and finally agreeing that yes, corporate money and special interests have an undue influence on the political process and must be removed, they both said, “but that will never happen, so why bother?”

Let’s all make a New Year’s resolution to work to keep this kind of nihilistic cynicism at bay in 2012. We are fighting for opportunities for strong communities, economic justice, and a government that works for all Tennesseans. Together we CAN make it happen.

Many great thanks for all your support in 2011 and may you and yours have a very happy and healthy New Year.



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