There's an old saying about looking at the world through rosy colored glasses. It supposedly means that when we see the world colored through a rosy tint it makes things a little better, a little nicer perhaps a little lighter. Of course the saying also can imply that the view is a distortion of what's actually in front of us. It implies perhaps we're not seeing what's really there or that we're in a sort of willful state of denial. Sometimes it just means the person is seeing things in a lighter happier light and that they do because they choose to as life is what we make of it.
Deacon Alexander has agreed to assist Alexander’s presidential campaign in Los Angeles and throughout California. Alexander’s campaign is presently seeking volunteers who are ready to help build a left progressive movement for working people. Stewart Alexander says, “I am glad to have the ‘Deacon’ on board.”
The Defense Authorization Act of 2012) appears more threatening to Americans than Hitler's (1933 DISCRIMINATORY LAWS. Hitler's laws set time limits that Germans could be incarcerated for e.g., Serious Disturbance of the Peace and Rioting. But Senators Carl Levin and John McCain’s bill broadly mandates holding Americans indefinitely in Military Custody for being a mere “Belligerent.”