Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 17, 2016
Humpty Dumpty Redux To the amusement of some, and bemusement of all, there Humpty sat still high on hiw wall. Defying all odds, and civility, with gall, no matter how hard he was pushed, Humpty just wouldn't fall. It soon became clear from such dangerous heights, that Humpty longed for a time when only white men had rights. "We thought he's a joke", was the common refrain,but putting Humpty in power was clearly insane. How could that wall stand under such a vile Ego's weight, when it's made mostly of mud on a foundation of hate? As fingers were pointed, Humpty looked on with glee. Just how the wall got there, somehow no one could see. The reason for walls is to make us divide, and the bigger a wall, the more scoundrels can hide. So to avoid any more Humptys and their calamitous falls, the best place to start is to stop building walls.