Deja Vu: Audience Once Again Has to Override LWV Moderator to Say the Pledge

This really is a no-brainer.

I don’t know that I’ve ever been to a civic meeting where the Pledge of Allegiance wasn’t recited as part of the program. Why would the League of Women Voters not have the Pledge already built into its meeting agenda?

In this case and in this kind of situation, why would a moderator not accept the opportunity to say the Pledge? Because it takes too long?? What a ridiculous excuse! The Pledge takes less than 60 seconds to recite, including the time it takes for the audience to stand up and sit down. Were these moderators so inept that they couldn’t “wing it” and depart from their agenda for a few moments to recite one of the most important creeds recognized by (most) Americans?

I think the LWV should consider a corporate membership with Toastmasters of America so that their meeting moderators can be trained to handle impromptu situations like the ones depicted in the video. Either that, or simply add the Pledge to their standard agenda template in their word processor.

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