Thursday, September 13, 2012

Maybe we should change the quote to:

Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what your country has already done for you. If it hasn't done much, then ask why it hasn't. If it has done a lot, then ask what you can do for those who are without. But don't go bitching to someone else about what they need to do for their country, because the only business you have is in being fair about your own contribution. Not everybody can contribute, and that's because this country's been tremendously unfair to many people for far too long. And too many want that unfairness to continue. Ask what we can do to make those people start contributing for once, so that we can become a more perfect union, as our founders clearly desired.