Would you break up with someone because he or she voted for Trump?
Let's say that this person never really discussed political issues with you, or they were on the fence in terms of being conservative or republican. Or they kept their mouths shut but then one day you found out. Would you really end the relationship?
One of my daughters voted for Trump!
What are we into now "Controlling the 'rights' of another?" I have not "ended my relationship" with her and never will; regardless! Of course you know I'll voice my opinion in opposition of her 'rights' but NEVER would I discourage her for doing what she 'legally' has a right to do (unless it violates GOD'S laws)!
Trump isn't going to be that bad! I like that he 'voices his opinion' and 'tells it like it is' which I can't say for MOST politicians! However, in order to avoid confrontation with 'the people,' he will have to change his "spoiled brat" attitude and GOD "I Pray" he keeps that hot-headed temper under control by learning to "think" (I'm President of the entire US now!) BEFORE he speaks; especially in "international" matters!
I recently saw him "praying with a Rabbi" on a religious channel! I think it was "Knowing the Jewish Jesus!" Maybe there is hope!
Let's "pray" for our President elect! Pray that he realizes the burden he's taken on is "serious!"
I sometimes wonder "Did Trump shock himself by being elected and is now saying "What in hell have I done?" lol
Norine, nice to know you don't treat your daughter like this woman treated her son. https://youtu.be/FdydZPcCT3g?t=152
That broke my heart!
Ignorance comes in all socioeconomic statuses and races huh?
Narrator said "This woman lives in a nice house" yet displays Ignorance as do Trump!
Proves "Ignorance" doesn't discriminate re: status/race!
Perhaps we can say end a friendship? The friendship may have ended during the campaigning phase anyway, eh?
No, I would not breakup with a person who voted the opposite of my vote. Most either frown at me, laugh, or say "Huh?" when asked "Who did you vote for?" I reply Teddy Roosevelt (a write-in).
No. Politics is more and more like a spectator sport.
Relationships succeed or fail based upon how the couple treats and respects one another! Anyone who breaks up or divorces someone over anything that takes place (outside of their relationship) is looking for a reason to walk away. You don't have to agree 100% of the time.
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