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Friday, June 22, 2018

Cohen comes clean.

You know, not all of us lead perfect lives free from reproach. We may try but... Always like the concept of people, if not totally redeeming themselves, at least having an occasional clear and positive moment. And so when I heard Michael Cohen go after the Trump administration for separating migrant parents from their kids in his resignation letter to the RNC the other day, I took some heart.
“As the son of a Polish Holocaust survivor, the images and sounds of this family separation policy is heart wrenching,” Cohen wrote in a letter to the Republican National Committee, ABC News reported Wednesday. “While I strongly support measures that will secure our porous borders, children should never be used as bargaining chips.”
The guy is starting to sound like a human being. I applaud him for that and for his statement, which I agree with completely. Be as cynical as you care to be regarding his motivations,  I am going to suspect the best.

1 comment:

Emergefit said...

True story: my ex-wife called me last night and encouraged me to write a letter to Michael Cohen. She’s almost started a campaign of this at UC Riverside where she works.

The premise of the campaign is this…

Michael Cohen hold information powerful enough and damaging enough to change the future of the world. You really have to chew on that for a minute to let it sink in. My God, it might actually be true. Michael Cohen may have the ability to do something that nobody else can do– – or is at least willing to do.

I thought it was a silly idea at first but I agreed to attend the March in San Diego with her tomorrow. We’re going to bring a template for such a letter and get as many signatures and email addresses as we can.

You never know…