I seem to remember that a lot of people who voted for the POTUS did so on a one issue basis, like jobs or military, claiming that the opposing candidate was not supportive or dedicated to these issues. It seems the human rights issues weren’t as high of a priority to these folks. How we prioritize things and decide what needs to be done first is our business and our right – agree with that or not. I can’t see myself hating on someone who made a choice that way.
I had hoped that its character (as flawed as it was) would be enough that even they would decide that despite their priorities this guy was simply not qualified and trust worthy for the job. I don’t know if y’all see us opposed to it right now as un-American or traitors or whathaveyou, but in just a couple of weeks it has displayed so many signs of fascism that I’m having a hard time understanding why any American citizen would find this type of thing acceptable even for support of jobs or military or immigration (yes, we know a lot of y’all just ain’t down with all the new immigrants here. Y’all believe that they’re getting special treatment over American citizens) I just don’t understand how a fascist regime bordering on dictatorship is the better option.
More than anything else, this is what has disappointed me and challenged my faith in my fellow American citizen. Not hating on anyone. I just don’t agree that this is the better option for our country.