This saying of “Think less of you.” has been around for a bit over a year, but it really does sum up my sadness and helps to tamp down the ager I feel towards others. I think it sums up my thoughts on our political opponents and current situation.
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I am not mad at you that Clinton lost. I am unconcerned that we have different politics. And I don’t think less of you because you vote one way and I vote another.
I think less of you because you watched an adult mock a disabled person in front of a crowd and still supported him.
I think less of you because you saw a man spouting clear racism and backed him.
I think less of you because you listened to him advocate for war crimes, and still thought he should run this country.
I think less of you because you watched him equate a woman’s worth to her appearance and got on board.
It isn’t your politics that I find repulsive. It is your personal willingness to support racism, sexism, and cruelty. You sided with a bully when it mattered and that is something I will never forget. So, no … you and I won’t be “coming together” to move forward or whatever.
Trump disgusts me, but it is the fact that he doesn’t disgust you that will stick with me long after this election.
Trump grabs America in a black and white version for scaled readability.
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Use this, and any other means at your disposal, as a form of non-violent protest. Now, more than ever, the citizens of this country need to stand up and shout out against evil, corruption, sexism, misogyny, sexual assault, bullying, anti-intellectualism and general lack of morality that is sweeping into acceptance with Donald Trump’s win. His swearing in is an all too real sign of the trouble that America, and the world, is in.
Our world just got grabbed by an absolutely awful individual. He now has the power to actually ruin it instead of just being a stain on it. So fight to take it back. Anyway you can.
Head out to vote in the primary or caucus for Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday. It is vitally important! Our power lies in our participation in the political process. One of the places where our vote still holds a huge amount of sway is in primaries and caucuses. It is arguably the place where the individual voter’s vote still has real, tangible power. Use it!
In some years the differences in candidates for president for each party is minimal. This year is not the case. In fact, the democratic candidates are remarkably different. This difference is will mean whether we have a chance to fix and correct our political system or if we remain in the embarrassing and dysfunction quagmire that is our corrupt political process and government functionality.
Here is the evidence that shows their differences and why voters need to mobilize and caucus for Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday Comparison
As demonstrated in by the data above Senator Bernie Sanders has a much more progressive agenda with hopes and plans to continue to improve America. Bernie Sanders is pushing for further steps to tackle every major issue.
Much of what Hillary Clinton proposes is to stick with much of what we already have, such as healthcare and energy policies.
When looking at each candidate’s stance on issues both in the past and present, their outlined plans for American policy, and the drive they have to make a difference in the coming years the choice is clear.
Bernie Sanders is the best choice to advance American policy in meaningful ways demonstrated by his decade’s long history of fighting against the corporate takeover of America.
Bernie Sanders clearly has the majority of American’s people’s best interest in mind demonstrated by his empathy and vigor through demonstrating for civil rights.
Bernie Sanders is the best choice to bridge the gap between people in America demonstrated by his ability to compromise and find middle ground on long lists of passed legislation.
Vote or Caucus for Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday
Please take a little time out of your day today and head out to your local Primary or caucus and vote. It is a rich and rewarding experience. Your vote holds significant weight in the outcome of who will end up being the Democratic nominee for president.
Ask those around you if they would like to join you. Make a night out of! It will be fun and it is so very important to be involved in our democratic process. If we don’t use our democracy, we just might lose our democracy.
So get out there today and caucus for Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday!
President’s Day is coming up and that means it is a good time to take a moment and reflect on the many varied presidents this country has had over its short history. They have come from all walks of life and have had very differing views of what America should be. Much of these presidents’ views were based off the time they led their county and their own history. But most of the presidents throughout our history have held a few common beliefs and goals for our country, and its direction as a whole.
The deeper you peer into the American Presidents’ history and the contribution to forging America, the more you learn about its people as a whole.
Here are some fun facts about President Barack Obama:
President Barack Obama is our 44th president, but there actually have only been 43 presidents: Cleveland was elected for two nonconsecutive terms and is counted twice, as our 22nd and 24th president.
President Barack Obama was born to a father from Kenya and a mother from Kansas. Obama worked his way through college, aided also by student loans and scholarships.
President Barack Obama attended Occidental College and Columbia University, and went on to attend law school to became the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review. He later taught law at the University of Chicago.
Obama became President of the United States on November 4, 2008.
He does not like ice cream as a result of working at an ice cream shop as a teenager.
He collects Spiderman and Conan the Barbarian comic books.
He was known as “O’Bomber” at high school for his skill at basketball.
His name means “one who is blessed” in Swahili.
His favorite meal is wife Michelle’s shrimp linguini.
He won a Grammy in 2006 for the audio version of his memoir, Dreams From My Father.
He has his hair cut once a week by his Chicago barber, Zariff, who charges $21.00.
His favorite fictional television programs are Mash and The Wire.
He was given the code name “Renegade” by his Secret Service handlers.
He was nicknamed “Bar” by his late grandmother.
His favorite artist is Pablo Picasso.
His specialty as a cook is chili.
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