There is a lot of entertainment to be had by reading the results of an August poll conducted by the Cato Institute found here: The State of Free Speech and Tolerance in America.
There are some interesting questions answered by poll respondents. And one I liked was the one that asked whether Clinton voters could be friend with Trump voters. The knee jerk reaction would probably be to say, "No." And sure enough, take a look at this:
Nearly two-thirds (61%) of Clinton voters agree that “it’s hard to be friends with people who voted for Donald Trump” while 38% disagree. Trump voters don’t feel a similar animus toward Clinton voters. Instead, a majority (64%) of Trump voters do not think that it’s hard to be friends with Clinton voters while 34% believe it is difficult.
Well, with Hillary Clinton calling Trump supports all sorts of vile names, it's probably hard for a Clinton supporter to acknowledge something that Trump supporters have known for a long time. And that is that a common Democrat tactic is to demonize the opponent and the opponent's supporters for political purposes.
Can't we all just be friends?
3:29 PM 11/3/2017