The Middle of the Road

“The Middle of the Road  is no private cul-de-sac.”

Those words were written by Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders. She wrote a hit song in 1984 about the Middle of the Road, and yesterday she was an example of living the middle of the road.

My dad was so disappointed that I drifted to the middle of the road. He so wanted a brilliant capitalist, right-wing thinking daughter who could rule the world with an iron fist. We argued all the time. He called me every (political) name in the book except for Republican. I drove him crazy.

As I was looking through the morning’s news, I saw that Chrissie put herself in the middle of the road when as a liberal, she praised President Donald Trump for awarding radio commentator Rush Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom during the recent State of the Union address.

Apparently, Chrissie’s fans were shocked, and I am sure some are still calling her nasty names, but her love for her father saw her rise above any of her personal political stances. Her father was a huge Rush Limbaugh fan, and she said her father would have enjoyed Donald Trump’s presidency.

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It sometimes takes a great love to give us the courage to say something we believe needs to be said, albeit not popular with our peers. Chrissie Hynde is an example of what we want to see from our young citizens. She risked the way people saw her in order to honor her father and to do something gracious. When did we lose the need to be gracious? We don’t see it very often anymore.

Oh, and in the Daily Mail story, Chrissie says, “My father and I didn’t always see eye-to-eye. We argued a lot.”

I hear ya, girlfriend.