Call me an asshole, but I am blocking any and all Trump supporters on here. I live in TN and I live the struggle right outside my door and on Facebook. I have finally found a place (Agnostic.com) where my blood pressure need not shoot up into the stroke zone. I refer to it as a move toward self-preservation. Rather than call me a libtard or attempt to change my seared in granite viewpoint, just go ahead and block me, too. Besides...those people are all ARMED. Thank you and good luck.
A week ago there was someone on here with a big list of all the good that Trump has done.
I read the list. Noticed out of the list of 40 things, 3 of them might have a little bit of truth to them (only a little) but the rest were complete and utter bullshit.
I started pulling up sources and compiling them to debunk the idiot, then stopped. Closed the reply window. And went on with my life.
The cool thing about this place is I don't need to point out the obvious, here. The vast majority of us know that Trump is an evil peice of shit. We know it's not just the Executive branch that is the problem. We know that lobbyists and gerrymandering are killing the remnants of our hard-fought freedoms.
We know what history will say about these four years. It's our job to grit our teeth and bear it.
I always block Trump supporters here. And on Facebook, if any of them identify themselves..even close relatives and cousins.
Here on this website I also block ALL people who are rude, crude, or lewd, to either me or other women. I would never want to date or interact with such people anyway.
By the way, some people here can be just as aggressively rude as any alt-right Facebook troll, if someone posts something with which they don't agree.
Have you thought of moving? I live in a trump supporting area of WA State, at least it's not humid. But the wildfires have been bad.
There are some conservative agnostic groups within this site - I would not go there, it's scary.
Trump pinata group has lots for fun stuff to lighten up the day.
As a former Rat Terrier owner (she passed away in January) we were in Tennessee and Kentucky several times for jamborees and get-togethers. and I loved everything and everyone there, right down to the black and tan coon hounds and the Dinner Bell Diner in Sweetwater. Too bad about the politics. Just for the record, my 3rd grade class in 1966 was sister class to an Appalachian 3rd grade class. This was the middle of the war on poverty. Basically, we sent them our hand me down clothes and food packages. And now they import the taxes my state exports AND tell ME what's right and what's wrong.
I'm sorry to hear. I lived in Jackson for 3 years. You were likely to get a burning cross on your lawn if you didn't believe. The Blue Laws were insane. I could buy a Playboy, but not notebook paper. Men and women swam at different times in the public pools and there had to be an hour between the women followed by man combination. Just weird.