I don’t think there’s a need to being corrected, but I believe it’s more about learning who we are as people — regardless of our alignment on issues. Perhaps it’s about respecting beliefs and agreeing to disagree without vilifying the other side. So why do we have to vilify the other side?

My wife works at a low income clinic and her clinic partner of many years is a complete opposite politically, and posts her opinions on social media, yet they don’t vilify each other but work together.

Emotion unfortunately overtakes reason.

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