Thursday, November 4, 2010

Non-Partisan Reporting

The time has come for Americans to unite, to put aside our differences and start working together to make our country strong again.

In that spirit, it is up to us to encourage the media to drop the (R) and (D) behind elected officials names in all reporting. A line in the sand is drawn each time we are reminded of someone's political leaning, and is only sets the stage for contention. 

Without political affiliation to distract us, we will be more open to the ideas being shared, and find that we have much more in common that we thought. 

Non-partisan reporting can heal the rift. 


Tell your news media to drop the party affiliation when reporting the news.