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A famous astronomer is perhaps most famous for his soundbites. As he sees it, he’s doing his part for education.
In a world where people often complain about politicians “talking in soundbites,” it’s worth keeping Neil deGrasse Tyson’s acceptance of the form in mind.
“The fuse that lit the powder keg,” states Tim Knight of Colorado Springs, a leader of the pro-Morse recall group Basic Freedom Defense Fund, “telling his party caucus he was proud of his fellow politicians for ignoring their constituents.”
“You’re elected to represent us, not to dictate to us,” explains El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, a supporter of the recall of Sen. Giron.
Victor Head of Pueblo Freedom & Rights notes, “We’re thinking of kinda taking the plumber’s wrench as our new logo and saying, ‘Don’t mess with regular people or we will throw a big wrench into your well-thought-out plans.’” (NRA News)