It's obvious to me now. I have always resented being told what to do. In my prime years, it was an excellent way to get punched. I likewise resent being to told what to do by government. Take the petty, ridiculous rules like low volume flush toilets. How much did that help? And then there the really big rules allowed by Dodd-Frank - that one is ongoing as it allows rules to be made at the whim of bureaucrats. I resist being told how to live by others for any reason. I will not be spanked for an "offense". I tend to leave others to their own pleasure or misery and I expect the same from them. Leave me alone. This should have been obvious to me all my life, but it was just revealed to me after this election. PS I do wonder if those who like to make rules feel lost in the chaos of the world and seek to smooth things out. If so, I would prefer they spend their energies improving their own lot. Post #1,173
The vitriol hurled at Trump voters by progressives is truly astonishing. It does not just show a hatred of half of America, but astounding ignorance about it. Racists! Half the country is racist! (And this claim despite Trump getting 29% of the Hispanic vote and 8% of the African-American vote. Not pleased about four more years of listening to it. I am wondering how many can actually spell Misogynistic?