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NationBuilder is a thrilling and important project, and, as an interfaith web system developer, JG's video "The Internet is My Religion" is especially exciting to me. But today, the biggest challenge in USA politics is not the marketing of some specific and local neighborhood agenda or policy proposal, but the clashing incommensurateness of our gerrymandered national neighborhoods and demographic sectors.
JG brilliantly insists that "we are all connected", and understands God as inherent in that connection. Yet, in fact, today we are failing to work together. Composed of "many nations", our one nation remains today in the shattering and paralyzing grip of something like civil war -- at great peril and cost.
How can the inspiring power of NationBuilder be brought to the grand task of "uniting the nation" -- of building, from many neighborhoods and sectors and independent initiatives, combining the elements of diversity into a single powerful national conversation taking on every issue, within the framework of One Nation? This, it seems to me, is the most critical and important challenge facing our brilliant community organizers and visionary programmers. Connect the pieces. Identify a common language. Embrace it all. Build One Nation.