I Know What This Country Is Truly Full Of Mr. President
The majority of people here truly believe in the zero-sum fallacies of life with its just-world implications. This while not truly understanding the consequences of such reasoning or rationale.
I also want to reinforce the fact that Democrats are truly moderate conservatives — think Obama being elected, then re-elected. This statistical analysis feature from Upshot of the NYTimes establishes this unspoken and unacknowledged fact.
The Hidden Tribes Project, conducted by More in Common, is a nonpartisan representative YouGov survey of 8,000 Americans that divided respondents into different groups, or “tribes,” based on their responses to dozens of questions. The characteristics of these groups help make sense of the different ways Democrats have run and won primary elections.
In reality, the Democratic electorate is both ideologically and demographically diverse. Over all, around half of Democratic-leaning voters consider themselves “moderate” or “conservative,” not liberal. Around 40 percent are not white.
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This essentially means that the Republican party is simply a political aberration of the Democratic party. The tie that binds them is the belief in zero-sum fallacies and just-world implications.
This country is full of these irrational thinkers and insensitive believers who predate amongst themselves and on others to no avail. It is truly embarrassing to see this manifested in the election of Donald Trump.
Economists who base their logic and their studies on evidence-based approaches and reasoning have drawn consensus on this without resulting to tribalism.
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I guess the majority, whether in the Republican party Independent party, or Democratic party, truly believe in acquiescence with the president when he says the United States is full.
Really the president and his apologists, enablers, and consenters, as well as the indifferent are really just full of $hit!!!
I would like to thank Marley K. for her piece on “The Complexities of Being Friends With Conservative Non-White Immigrants”, for inspiring this piece.