Don’t we wish someone had wrestled the driver who killed six people and injured about fifty others in Waukeshe last month! But maybe that “someone” was too timid to make a scene. Or maybe that “someone” believed in keeping peace. Or, he didn’t want the publicity. Or she was too Christian to start a fight. Or, she, too, might have been to emotionally involved to use good judgement.
What if the driver of the car was are next-door neighbor whom you have noticed has not been himself recently?
What if he has been abusing his family but you have not wanted to be involved?
What if he is a sick sinner on his way to hell?
What if he is a Washington congressman who you continue to vote for because “that’s just the way my family votes?”
What if she is a compulsive shopper whose utility services have been cut off because of bills not paid?
What if he is a good ole Joe who is not competent to make decisions big enough for his pay grade?
What if your children are having to attend a school in which people’s abilities are judged based on skin color?
We had better get involved, wrest that wheel away from the driver who is taking us down the path to poverty and destruction!