Okay this isn't a political forum, but we all are interested in politics as a group. Today I happen to meet a young woman that was a receptionist. We casually chatted for a while. People love to talk about themselves, so I let her talk. She complained about public schools, and unions, and liberals, and finally let loose on President Obama. I let her rant on, all the while she was speaking assuming I agreed with her. She ranted about religion, again assuming that I was a christian. When she came to a pause, I asked, just what she didn't like about our president. She started by saying "he isn't my president." Again I asked what about Obama made her so mad. She said "you know it's Obama." I said can you be specific? She said "well Obama care!" At this point she was becoming agitated. I said you mean the Healthcare Reform Act passed by both house of the legislature? She said no the Obamacare that Obama forced on us. I said the same law that the SCOTUS decided was constitutional? She said "No, come on you know Obamacare!" I said you don't know what you are talking about but that won't make a difference because you want to hate so you hate.
My point is that people don't learn, become informed about politics. They just decide that they hate something and spew that hatred. This is precisely why Trump is the Republican nominee.
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