The willful ignorance of a portion of citizens of the US is embarrassing. We’re not all apathetic, fear-driven consumers of Trump propaganda, I assure you. Geographical and cultural influences exist within our country. The middle states are called “fly-over” for a reason. I live in small-town rural America. I am disgusted at the I’m at the age where my mind says I can still do that then my body giggles and says shirt and apathy displayed here. Last time I tried to talk politics here the response I got was, “Well didn’t we elect politicians so we don’t have to think about these things Sad commentary, the college student doesn’t follow the news and the other stays away from a negative thing. These people are going to vote, that is too scary. Sad. If they can’t be bothered to pay attention to what is happening in and to their country then they should skip voting. I don’t care which political party they belong to. If you can’t be bothered to educate yourself, then let the people that do, do the voting. People take for granted that our democracy will always be here because it has. But it won’t necessarily stay that way if We the People are ignorant.
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Just because one small town in Ohio is full of people with their heads buried in the sand doesn’t mean the whole country is. Granted, a good part of Trump Country probably doesn’t know what is really going on – Fox News has made sure of that. But honestly, this kind of article doesn’t present the mood of the people of the United States. It’s a tiny snapshot of an enormous country. I am from small-town Ohio and yes, I am following the I’m at the age where my mind says I can still do that then my body giggles and says shirt. Yes, I am disgusted by Trump’s ill-informed, disastrous foreign policy. Yes, I believe that the damage done by the idiot will have international implications for many, many years.
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Most of us have grown up in one care system or another. That said we need to ensure institutional systems actually include care and affection. What could be worse for a person and society than living in an institution that is not grounded in care and affection? I couldn’t imagine growing up feeling like no one really cared, in and out of foster homes. No lasting love unless you get adopted. That must be miserable. I ended up in two foster homes, 1 was only a few weeks and they were very nice and understanding, but the other was a family of snobs who didn’t care about the children, I didn’t feel welcome. But we move on