I’m Tired of Blue vs Red Politics

Blue vs Red politics remind me of the Cola Wars of the 1980s.

I would love to live in a world where we retire the idea of Blue vs Red. The eternal battle between primary colors is a tired concept that’s as dull and unhealthy as the Cola Wars of the 1980s.

Fortunately, I have a new idea which I generously share with my podcast listeners.

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Show Notes

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Tim Horan is a writer and editor from Sydney, Australia. Start a conversation with him here, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

Writer and Photographer. I talk about work, play, and everything in between.

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Writer and Photographer. I talk about work, play, and everything in between.

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