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Here we are

Max Stearns


I don't know if my persistent posting and blogging has persuaded anyone to do what I am, with 100% confidence, certain is the right thing, voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. I am sure sure that my doing so has alienated some and even cost me some "friends." So be it. I have no regrets. Or if it do, those are about not having done more to persuade, or not being persuasive enough.


One or five or twenty years from now I hope to look back at this chapter in our history and to be thankful to have paid such a tiny price to have been on the right side of history. I hope that we'll then know that the side I and so many others joined saved our nation from traveling further down an evil path to the point that it was too late to turn back.


For those who shared in this journey, thank you from the bottom of my heart. I don't know how today turns out, but I do know that if it turns out well, it took tens of millions of people doing the right thing to achieve a result that so many of us have hoped and prayed for now for four years.


Stay strong, stay hopeful, and stay focused. We may be in for a roller coaster, but it will end, and it will settle. And hopefully, our nation and world will be the better for it.

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