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It’s sometimes a fine line between offering facts that are doom and gloom, which discourages people to be participatory AND offering quick-pick-me-ups, like the article from The Economist, which may give people too much confidence to the point where they weaken their zeal and participation on all levels. Not an easy decision make when you make a posting. I have seen many feel-good articles about the low possibilities of Trump being elected. I choose to ignore them. I think they do a disservice, but that’s strictly my own opinion.
I, for one, am supporting Biden – and you know how I feel about the DNC – but I will not put it past the stupidity and fangs bared of too may Americans to get Trump reelected. This is a very realistic possibility.
My point is that we must ALL keep on advocating, protesting, signing petitions, donating money, making sure we vote, etc. . . . Hillary was far too confident and NO ONE can assume anything about any voter. You have to keep on going at it like your life depends on it. I put credence into neither doomsday nor optimistic literature. I pay attention tot he pulse of the country, which tells more and tells it in depth. And either I’ve gotten to learn so much about this vast country as I had not been paying enough attention to it before . . .