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Right. It might be interesting to imagine and recreate a conversation between Dee and her boyfriend in the car on the way to her mother and sister. How would Dee prepare Hakim for this visit?

Right. So Dee is connecting to these African tradition while disconnecting from her family and local traditions.

Funny, I get a different feeling from this sentence. I think it is saying that Dee ACTED like you can't say “no” to her, not that it never happened. So that means that she is confident and personally forceful, not that she is lucky. See what I mean?

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Wait… the narrator, the mother, is saying that Maggie thinks her sister could do anything she wants to do in life — never accepting “no” from anybody. Do you see that?

Voting too? Go Joe.

Stay awake, Ted! This is about wht is happening in your state.

Immigration! He is hitting everything.

What's wrong with becoming confrontational, Joe?

“Let's pass it … ” is a long list. How do we get more support for this agenda?

An inspiring end!

Do your part… get together!

Again a reframing that is so clear and powerful: trickle down has never worked…

How could anybody oppose any of this?

Are there people ready for those jobs?

Fair, fiscally responsible, and effective economically.

This seems so obvious and moral.

I love this Pre-K to 13+ reframing!

It is transformative!

Connecting this education funding to preparing people for future jobs is such a brilliant answer to my questions about a lack of prepared workers.

Wonderful: arsenal for vaccines

His foreign policy history scares me.

Very funny… sure why not? (Hi Harry.)

Jobs… jobs… jobs… to address the climate emergency.

I love these examples of infrastructure patriotism. And yes… water is important.

Wow… to make logistics an achievement!

Cutting child poverty in half…

I feel such relief when I run (second day today) without a mask.

This record is worth being proud of!

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