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You misunderstand......you're still sitting there repeating that old ... "Nut-huh! YOU did!" mantra, as if that somehow mitigates the insanity, or worse yet, justifies it.
It does not pervade both sides equally, which is what you and others are so desperately and repeatedly trying to imply, as a way of somehow mitigating it, or worse yet, justifying it. But especially, to avoid having to take ANY responsibility for it.You misunderstand.
The problem is that the irrationality & meanness pervades both sides.
One should not blame one side & ignore the other (thereby justifying it).
I never said or even implied "equally", so you cannotIt does not pervade both sides equally....
I did not have to set aside morality to support Clinton. I don't vote based on how the candidate will effect me, pragmatically, or personally.In an election with only 2 possible winners,
if you oppose one, this gives power to the other.
Using your language....how do you justify setting
aside morality to give Hillary that support?
When you don't see the words "equal", "equally", orThen why did you even bring it up?
The traits cited in your article apply to your side too.The article is not about "both sides". It's about the inexplicable support and defense of ongoing, indefensible behavior by a resident.
China is probably one of the best examples of tribalism around today.
Quite right -- when we can talk to one another, rather than at one another, we have some chance of finding common ground.It might could be viewed that way.
I was also struck by how it applied to so many in both parties.
What's really going on (IMO) is that each side goes to great
lengths to analyze the other so as to view them as corrupt,
dumb, uneducated, bigoted, & just downright evil.
This attitude avoids seeing any merit in the other side.