A_Muse_Mint101: I'm challenging myself and others who sided with the Democrats for PotUS to reconcile their disappointment, hatred, and/or [insert negative feeling] towards Trump and his supporters to 'be best'. Let's sow seeds of compromise to work together and unify, rather than further the divide, in our nation (and world). Let's rise up to the challenge of being the good guys, set and lead in example, and work to bridge this divide that has been fomenting for longer than Trump has been PotUS.
I believe this can be a healing movement for us all if we collectively work to challenge ourselves in this way. I know, personally, it will be difficult for me to not reciprocate the animosity and hatred, but I'm going to make my new years resolution to do just that.
FistOfStone in reply to A_Muse_Mint101: i think i'll post something on facebook with a similar sentiment ... i never post on facebook, and though i don't have that many friends, the fact that i'm posting something will shock people, and they will be more likely to think it's serious
Trump’s administration actually did Americans a favour, by shining a light on the true make up of US society. Exposing all those hidden racists and 'Deplorables' who happily supported him: a president who gave the green light to racist Police brutality, and the Fascist hordes that gather around #BlueLivesMatter; a POTUS who funded brutal Israeli fanaticism to the tune of $10.7 million US tax-payer’s money every single day.