I’ve been biking down the Brighton St. – Alewife – Davis Sq. trail almost daily, and I’ve made a few observations I’d like to share.
“Lost trust reduces our ability to meet our great challenges, which certainly do include health care cost control and ending dependence on fossil fuels. Neither of those issues will be solved by one piece of legislation — they both will require sustained leadership over the next few decades and we should be very reluctant to […]
Isn’t it time to take a deep breath and reject the tone used by some contributors? To me, when there is more heat than light nothing gets accomplished. The sad and immense loss of Senator Kennedy should make us think deliberately, and act with integrity and charity. How else to serve the common good? J. Knowles
Thanks to all who have weighed in on this issue at this website or by e-mail. You have greatly contributed to my understanding. I’ve submitted a post with some further thoughts to the Belmont Citizen Herald.
I agree with those who are fearful of a vacancy while Universal Health Care is on the table. We need an Interim person who will be able to voice the continuation of the universal policy proposal. Let’s minimize the risk. Ellen Mass
Will, Senator Ted Kennedy has been wise to anticipate the consequences of his failing health. It would be respectful and good for Massachusetts to honor his wishes and ensure a successor to serve out his term.