To be fair, the dividing of the country really first began during Clinton's second term when Democrats rallied and defended his lying under oath to a Grand Jury after being caught with his pants down in the Oval Office without even one Democrat having any reservations whatsoever about doing so. It continued when Democrats became weasels during the Bush administration and when the media revealed themselves to be the liberal cheerleaders.<quoted text>
Dang, you almost made it through another long and tedious recital of excuses without blaming Bush. In fairness though, it's your only play. Had Obama done anything praiseworthy, after nearly <<FIVE YEARS>>, you'd be kicking that cat all over the place.
It's doubtful this country will ever fully recover, so profoundly has Obama divided the country. If we do, it'll be in spite of his policies, not because of them. When he's gone, it'll be like removing a malignant tumor, the immediate danger will be gone but the initial damage will cripple us forever.
Then Obama came into office to strike the final blow of divide and conquer.
As soon as the country forgot that character matters or just stopped caring, it was easy pickens for the far left from then on.
However, I still have hope most Americans are still Americans and just temporarily hypnotized.