I woke up [the day after the presidential election] with a very pronounced case of moral clarity. In addition to the disappointment, it was like, oh, this does not change the things that I believe in. The things that I believe in that this candidate doesn’t means we’re going to have to fight for them. You don’t want to go backwards when it comes to our LGBT brothers and sisters; you don’t want to go backwards when it comes to the disenfranchisement of voters of color. We have to keep fighting for the things we believe in, and it just made that very clear: I know who I am, and I know what I’m going to fight for in the years to come.
Si tienes un amigo que toca tambor Cuídalo, es más que un consejo, cuídalo. Porque ahora ya nadie toca el tambor, Mas aún, ya nadie tiene un amigo. Cuídalo, entonces, Que ese amigo guardará tu casa. Pero no lo dejes con tu mujer, recuerda Que es tu mujer y no la de tu amigo. Si sigues este consejo, vivirás Mucho tiempo. Y tendrás tu mujer Y un amigo que toca tambor.