a reply to: Bluntone22
We're not divided in the issues, but rather whom is best to lead such a revolutionary crusade in charge of solving the issues..
America is great, we're just not sure how to become greater; become isolationists or globalists. As we grow more and more, it is more and more
apparent there can be no in-between, no middle ground.
We want better education, but an educated population is too unruly for a particular party
We argue on climate chang, but would educated people really dismiss basic cause and effects principles or worse science?
We want freedom to have guns... Why exactly is that even a criterion at all? What if the country was formed before the invention of guns? What power
does having a gun bestowes on a citizen? Seriously? How about everyone having the rights to free schooling and healthcare , humanism first... Before
...the above doesnt sound 'weird' to 'educated people'
Abortion laws? Every species on earth aborts their young for one reason or the other, or abandons them, or in some cases eats the dead carcas.
Educated folks would weigh all circumstances and judge on a case by case basis instead of blanket statements.
Make education a luxury and you will have a nation at its precipice sooner than later.
Its happened all throughout history.
It didnt take much to divide this nation, a bit of fake news here, fake accounts there, fake stories here;
If its about polarisation in politics, implosion is the only recourse.
No one is willing to give up their guns aand no one is willing to admit that in our species, a man cant become a woman and nature doesnt accidentally
puts a wrong soul into a body.
Honestly, whoever wins the election do you think the country gets better? If this is where we are now, imagine 5 years later.