Sequester Cartoon: Is there such a thing as tragic childish leadership?

There are certain fundamentals we need to find common ground — and being FLEXIBLE (read MOBILE) is the most important one.

Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

When future generations look back at this crisis, they’ll say,
“What the heck happened? Didn’t they even know how to tie their shoes so SOMETHING could happen? Why were they so stuck?”

They’ll also ask, “What turned a molehill into a mountain?”

Nate Beeler, Columbus Dispatch

Nate Beeler, Columbus Dispatch

Now is the time for our leaders to step up and make sure future generations don’t ask, “Why did they ruin so much because they were too stubborn to come together?”

As courageous followers, it’s time for us to insist that appropriate action be taken. And if that means we need to become leaders and step out of our comfort zones, so be it.

Since the sequester’s “punctured a government-dependent bubble” in the economy, and since all of us are government-dependent, EVERYONE will be affected to one degree or another.

What’s next matters.

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