John Dingell, the longest-serving member of Congress and a real upstanding politician — a rare breed — died on February 7, 2019.
My friend and colleague, Bill Smith has for years been creating an e-column called Qotd which is, in his words:
Qotd posts run the gamut of witty, sarcastic, profound, explicit, provocative, inquiring, spiritual, savvy, and downright fun. It’s timely, and a great source of daily news. If you want a nice daily lift in your inbox, join qotd.
I was inspired by this particular post and wanted to share it.
[I apologize for the formatting snafu, below, but I couldn’t get the two programs to make nice with each other. You’ll be fine. Trust me (I’m from the government.)]
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