1) By “we,” I do in fact mean citizens of the U.S. Specificity makes me self-centered sometimes.
2) But by “we” I might actually mean everyone. Let’s hope this is one of those long term engagements.
In the meantime, let’s hope that the disastrous Brexit vote acts as the dry run for the U.S. that so many British voters seem to wish they had.
Southern Baptists? Really? Did not see that coming.
But as Bee states, none of this means we can forget about voting. Again. It’s probably most important to keep a perspective on all of the various numbers that have been floating around about the election. Hillary has a 12 percent lead over Trump according to some polls. And, despite his winning the nomination, Trump’s actually only received around 13 million votes, Or roughly 4 percent of the population. Meaning that as loud and obnoxious Trump supporters are, you probably only know one or two of them personally.
Holy shit, we all know one or two Trump supporters personally!
Now it’s time to start freaking out.