A place of writing and reflection…
A great word in regards to the recent election results. Stop judging. Stop throwing fits and protesting. Stop marginalizing people for having a different view than yourself.
God tells us to love each other, but the world tries to tell us who deserves it. It causes the very same division we are seeing now and has been allowed to be taught in our schools and colleges. We all need to step back, look at reality, accept it and move on–hopefully to a better future
I am not racist. I am not homophobic. I am not sexist. I am not a misogynist. I am for free market. I am for stronger foreign policy. I am for small business. I am for my family. I am Republican.
With the results of the presidential election stirring up a vast amount of emotions, I think it is important to clarify something: just because I am Republican does not mean I am heartless. The point of this is not to debate political policies. It is to highlight what it felt like to be a Republican college student the day after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States.
On November 9th, I went to class and in every single one there was a somber attitude. Pre-lecture discussions were filled with phrases like “I am scared for our future”, “I am scared to be gay”, “How did this happen?”, and…
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