The Re-Branding of America: Distriction – Metro Moment April 23

Bipartisanship: If it can’t work on the Metro, it’ll never work on the Hill


DC residents and their politics, the world is red and blue from birth — they just can’t seem to see eye-to-eye.

Honestly though, two of the most well-mannered Metro riders I’ve come across — adults included.

Watch this space: These are the politicians of tomorrow, looking pretty in pink and powder blue; The next generation of legislators, show the softer side of poli-sci, starting with the hues

In related news: Directly outside of that very same Farragut North Metro station a homeless man declared, “Throw your food on the ground — I’ll eat it.”

Watch that space: In DC, as power potential moves down the generation line, poverty moves up

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