I meant every word of it to. How bout child, stupid college kid, pothead, socialist, I can go on for all the words you guys called me alone. When you openly support a civil war ideology and the seperation of a united, even the idea, nation just because your party lost an election...well you have become a traitor....and child who lost his toys comes to mind as well. I understand what traitor means and I give it to whoever believes my country is dead with all the conviction in my heart.<quoted text>
Arnold, I have never said I supported dividing our country. Our country is divided. The division began way before the election and would have continued despite the outcome of the POTUS. The good samaritan came in because you're always throwing in the story about how the good samaritan and how he helped the man injured by making sure he was taken care of. He could have just as easily passed on by, called him a bad name, spit on him and told him you got what you deserved. He put politics of the day aside, did his part by helping the injured man through the healing process. Although you can't help what others post, but look at how others on here vilify those of us that didn't agree with their choice of a candidate and ours'. Let's see, republikan, republiCON, start your own fuk*** country, communist (I think we've all been called that, both sides), stupid, traitor (which clearly some don't understand the definition of a traitor) republican right wingers, crybabys, etc. You always bring up the story of the good samaritan, and as you've accused me before, I will you, what have done to help heal (some will not understand, you get the analogy)? If TOXIC is a sampling of how people in the U.S. treat and view each other, I honest to God predict and hope not, there will be more than symbolic gestures.
If you believe in sucession and a refusal to compromise because my country didn't adopt a complete totalitarian republican ideology, then you are not an American in my book. this country and its economy was founded on competition. Deal with it or leave