November 13, 2018

The Day After the Disaster

First, I want to make it clear that this post was written before Election Day, even though it is being posted after Election Day. So at the time it was written I didn’t know how the Presidential election would turn out.

Second, I would like to acknowledge that, no matter who wins the Presidential election, a large number of people in this country will consider it to be a disaster. So this post applies no matter what the outcome is (was).

Many of us have spent a lot of time this year thinking about this disaster of a Presidential election, and worrying about what terrible things might happen to our country if one person or the other wins. As a result, it seemed particularly timely that, on the weekend before the election, the Community Emergency Response Team (“>Religious and Reform Facebook page to see additional photos and behind-the-scenes comments, and