posted on Aug, 26 2019 @ 11:34 AM
I did not write that, a friend of mind did. She literally did.
I'm so disturbed by it on so many levels.
I may disagree with who you vote for but I understand. I understand that everything in a persons life has influenced how they vote. I don't expect
the majority of very young voters to agree with very old voters much of the time. Their needs/wants and what they expect from a candidate will often
be different. Their experiences though life have shaped how they often vote.
Maybe i'm silly. I like to have friends that have a different opinion, but it appears a good segment of my friends do not feel the same way.
Maybe i'm naive thinking they will change my mind, maybe me theirs. If we only surround ourselves with similar people do we ever grow? I like ATS,
for the most part people can voice their opinion and people with respectfully agree to disagree. I've actually changed my opinion on a few thing from
research that started on here.
I know a lot of people do not like Trump, that is ok. It really is. What is not ok is the sentiment in my OP headline. Unfortunately it is becoming
all too common. We are going to see a lot more of it.
I never once heard if you vote for Hillary, we can't be friends, or if you vote for Obama, we can't be friends, or if you vote for Bush, we can't
be friends. Never. I have heard the sentiment about Trump many times. If anything it is being spoon fed to the left and they are gobbling it up.
Sadly it isn't even the radical left anymore. It is wrong, and it is un-American. My guess is that is going to be a major theme during the elections.
If you vote for xyz you are a nazi, if you vote for xyz you belong in a hate group. Any candidate that encourages dissent between Americans is not