Tuesday, October 30, 2018
"To navigate complex challenges, all leaders must take responsibility and have a moral compass grounded in competence, integrity and concern for the greater good," he wrote. Tragically, people in positions in power today are not projecting their best, Sullenberger wrote. "Many are cowardly, complicit enablers, acting against the interests of the United States, our allies and democracy; encouraging extremists at home and emboldening our adversaries abroad; and threatening the livability of our planet."
Sullenberger wrote that he has been a registered Republican for the majority of his adult life but has "always voted as an American."
"We cannot wait for someone to save us. We must do it ourselves," he wrote. "This Election Day is a crucial opportunity to again demonstrate the best in each of us by doing our duty and voting for leaders who are committed to the values that will unite and protect us."
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