The grief our family is feeling and talking about around our kitchen table is overwhelming.
As parents, our first worry is about our 401Ks and the possibility of the federal government defaulting on debt payments. All analysts are predicting this stand off within the federal government will wipe people's 401Ks out. Period. How and where and when can we, the people, practice civil disobedience and have massive protests? Is it warranted?
We all are still talking about the Audit and RiverView. We know both issues are a giant pile of crap we need to remedy and stop talking about. How and where and when can we, the people, practice civil disobedience and have a protest? Is it warranted?
All family members are talking about the mess with the bridges and how much the cost is going to be to our family and friends. One daughter works in Louisville for minimum wage and lives in the Knobs. One son is attending Sullivan University and runs back and forth between there and here 3 or 4 times a day. My husband works for Ford. Downtown New Albany's restaurants are pulling Louisville customers. We don't see them coming to my friend's new place with a toll. I probably won't go over there and eat unless it's something we really enjoy, i.e., Winston's and Jack Fry's (New Albany hasn't moved that far up the ladder yet). The powers to be will not perform or release the study which will show the harm and disproportionate monies this will cost all of southern Indiana. How and where and when can we, the people, practice civil disobedience and have a protest? Is it warranted?
P.S. How do the elderly and disabled and the disadvantaged get help for this heat? We know some who could use fans and water.