Teddy Roosevelt opened a meeting by saying, “Just now, I saw a Chestnut Sided Warbler and this is only February.”
Alright, I can see that one just fading away. But John F. Kennedy had a meeting of western laureates — the one where he said, “Never has their been more talent at the White House, except when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.”
In the meeting, it was agreed the number one problem was population. The earth can only support so many. It surely seems that one wouldn’t just fade away. Could be that is the cause of a lot of things, the upper atmosphere, the economy, energy? You don’t hear of it at these debates, and it’s not just our problem — it’s global. Seems all nations then, must be in concert.
Joe Fontana, Roxana