Updated: 6 days ago
Gen.(R)Martin Dempsey, 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff suggests that when we emerge from the pandemic crises we should make things better. Let's look at our shopping list for the future and start thinking how we want to get there.
Paul Sullivan @DrPJSullivan ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey Thoughtfulness, creative thinking, less time stress when not needed, more strategic thinking towards human security and human development, healthier living.
Tableaux (not the My Pillow guy) Crews @tableauxcrews ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey Greater emphasis on the study of history in our schools, online or otherwise. What we don’t learn from the mistakes of the past is profound. Also, this could come in the form of a new “New Deal” if only we had visionary leadership.
Tableaux (not the My Pillow guy) Crews @tableauxcrews ·We could introduce visions of a new American mindset, improved infrastructure, transformation of current fossil fuel companies so they can become alternative energy ones through incentives (that could ensure market stability), etc...
sinz54 @sinz54 ·Yes! That would be much more handy for the average American adult than Roman numerals or quadratic equations.
Libby McLeod @lib1dog2 ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey More decent affordable housing for those who are at the bottom wrungs in society. Everything begins at home and to have that option for more people in society.
Cherine.kemm @CherineKemm ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey People be more kinder ,to each other,and our beautiful earth,stop the wars,the killings,the greed of control of power,the political controls,of innocent people,, Maybe this virus is our God's,sign,to correct all the wrongs,,
gkhilderbrand @thilderbrand ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey My view has changed regarding air and water pollution. The skies over major cities around the world are clearing and the ocean is improving as we see marine animals thriving again. Makes me think we should return to a better time when people were not clustered but spread out.
Michel de Nostradame — M @MdeNostradame ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey More open-minded, more inclusive, more honest, more charitable, kinder. A great start. A cultural mindset that insists on accountability for those in leadership positions would be nice as well.
Chris McClintock @CMick2006 ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey I hope we see a renewed call to public service, a return to civility in our discourse and reforms in our education and economic systems to better serve a greater proportion of our people.
GMJ @Jgoodmamajama ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey and @FPWellman Deceasing inequality and an acknowledgement of the importance and needs of working Americans with regards to their health, income needs and insurance
Lott Trump @Lott4Trump ·Replying to @Martin_Dempsey Truth is what we need & less Political Propaganda later proven to ALL be a lie! Simple Truth! USA’s #1 problem are Political Manipulation for Personal Gain Of Politicians & their Party!