What would a coach do? A team practices together, travels together, eats together, wins together and loses together, and plays together as a team. So why is coach McKee in Cumberland? He doesn’t need to sell his current home but get a place for a few nights a week in the East Bay. It would make a difference if he could speak first-hand about the traffic and be seen out in the East Bay. The problem with traffic gridlock is it’s similar to a power outage: if you have power, it is no problem. If you lose power, nothing else matters. There is a certain comradery people feel with others going through a difficult time like them during a blizzard or a hurricane and for the East Bay this is both. A coach rides the bus with the team and encounters everything the team encounters, but you can’t do that if you cruise down rt 146 to Smith Hill. People in East Providence or Bristol might feel better going out to dinner and seeing coach McKee at the restaurant. Will it solve the bridge problem? No, it will not. However, it will allow the Governor to handle the task at hand better as someone who has skin in the game by simply living with it during the week.
- Post author:talkerpro
- Post published:January 24, 2024
- Post category:John DePetro / John DePetro Rhode Island / Providence / rhode island
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