Boys Will Be Boys, If We Say So
Anneke Elyse Jong
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I think we don’t realize the power of our words. We may think we’re just describing something, but every time we speak our words create something. If we say, “Boys will be boys,” we create a world where that’s OK — which it’s not. If we say a certain person (whose name I refuse to speak) will be president, we are acquiescing to that. Let’s not! Let’s insist that the popular vote be what determines our next president. Hillary won by 1.7 million votes. Please sign the petition to have the electors exercise their legal responsibility to represent the people. Here’s the petition: https://www.change.org/p/electoral-college-electors-electoral-college-make-hillary-clinton-president-on-december-19 And here’s an article about the Electoral College https://medium.com/@dbrezenoff/3-1-2-californians-some-are-more-equal-than-others-5b5cfef6b2a3#.la6qujz9o

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