The rest of you can be like schoolchildren and choose up “sides” — as if this country is one huge goddammed school playground (and given the childish level of political discourse, it may as well be!) — but adults vote on issues.
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Hear, Hear Americans should not fear talking–and listening–to those whose views we loathe. [T]his has been our history: to let all speak and to fear no one. That’s a good history to continue. This is brilliant.