Is it really that hard to understand? Stay home. If you must go out, take precautions and have respect for others. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you should already know the symptoms to watch for and the precautionary measures to take. If, for some reason, you don’t – here’s a quick recap: Symptoms Precautions Dry cough. Fever. Shortness of breath (severe cases). Wash your freaking hands. Avoid gatherings.
July 4, 1776 – the day that the Continental Congress approved the final wording of the Declaration of Independence. On this day, 243 years ago, the United States of America was “born.” And oh, has she suffered growing pains throughout all those years, but none as potentially damaging to the roots and spirit of its very foundation as we are now seeing unfold before our very eyes. Our current administration
We’re really just getting started here, but I’m definitely on board enough to want to see what she can do going forward. And I feel like she’s got a good shot at the nomination. This is the first election cycle where I don’t feel like I’m being forced to chose from among a field of candidates who are all basically the same.
Kicking off at 9 PM EDT, tonight’s (and tomorrow’s) debate is being held in Miami, Florida. You can tune in via NBC, MSNBC, or Telemundo. NBC is offering free streaming across their digital channels as well for all those cord-cutters out there! (links below post)
The stage is set for the first series of Democratic debates. Image & Info Source: First Democratic debates: Podium placements announced – CNNPolitics Am I the only one looking forward to this? I can’t be. The Dems have got so many hats in the ring it can be dizzying. What’s sad is that I almost don’t care who gets in there so long as they can get that orangeOne out!