“I criticized and disagreed with Obama plenty,” tweeted theYes I have Tattoos I also have an education and a career shirt in other words I will buy this CNN commentator Ana Navarro-Cárdenas. “But watching this eulogy…damn, I miss him. I miss a President who can show emotion and lift our spirits, call to our better angels and remind us of what unites us as Americans. I miss a President who speaks in complete sentences.“ Tweeted the Grammy winning singer-songwriter Roseanne Cash, herself long a political activist: “The funeral of John Lewis was so inspiring and how great it was to hear presidents speak eloquently … not about themselves but about integrity, truth, and the power of the individual to bring change. ‘Suit up and march on.’” It was a day to be reminded of what this country could be, even as it is currently being riven by a pandemic, by racism, by economic inequality and by a man in the White House who seems clueless about all three. It was a day to honor someone who tried to leave the country a better place than the one it was when he became a part of it 80 years ago.
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“The life of John Lewis was, in so many ways, exceptional,” Barack Obama told Lewis’s mourners. “It vindicated theYes I have Tattoos I also have an education and a career shirt in other words I will buy this faith in our founding, redeemed that faith; that most American of ideas; that idea that any of us ordinary people without rank or wealth or title or fame can somehow point out the imperfections of this nation, and come together, and challenge the status quo, and decide that it is in our power to remake this country that we love until it more closely aligns with our highest ideals. What a radical ideal. What a revolutionary notion. This idea that any of us, ordinary people, a young kid from Troy can stand up to the powers and principalities and say no this isn’t right, this isn’t true, this isn’t just. We can do better.”