I saw something last Saturday that intrigued me; a lone middle aged man standing on an interstate overpass waving while holding a hand-drawn sign having the single word, "IMPEACH."
How many people in cars whizzing past below did not instantly know what the man was saying and who he was referring to?
What caused this man to take his Saturday afternoon to engage in public political speech?
Why was he alone?
Is he a symbol to millions of individuals who value their personal freedoms and privacy now frustrated into action by federal overreach, or a guy with questionable judgment and too much time on his hands?
What if millions of Americans found their own overpass to express their objection?
How about this coming Saturday afternoon?
How about every Saturday afternoon?
Regards, Pete Weldon