Right, because we were the ones who voted for a clearly racist, sexist, homophobic bigot who is working on/just repealed Obamacare, thus rendering millions without insurance so God help them if they get anything more than a little cold. Yes, we can go overboard with our PC/outrage culture, forcing everyone and their grandma to apologize publically for every little thing. Yes, the whole culture of white-guilt and making white people hate themselves for things other white people did has gone off the rails. That said, at least we try to be inclusive to all people. WE THE PEOPLE. Remember that phrase? It's literally in our Constitution. Also "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." That came from our Declaration of Independence. What boggles me is that you conservatives claim to love this country so much, you love our ideals so much that you're willing to die for it...yet the stuff you do in general, the stuff the Republicans do...what Donald Trump is doing... it goes so outside of what America is supposed to stand for. We Liberals aren't perfect, but at least we're trying to adhere to what's literally written on the two most important documents in the United States of America. We're not the one who voted in a man who sees women as walking vaginas, a man who is willing to cut funds on PBS, healthcare, programs for the disabled and other needy people. We're not the one who voted in a man who imposed a ban on several Muslim countries, leaving countless desperate refugees stranded in a country that doesn't want them. We Liberals may not be perfect, but at least we're not trying to drag America back a century (or more) by our misguided beliefs. You need to think about what's in the best interest of all the people in America, not just think about why you may hate certain minority groups and ways to piss off the other party. The only way we can be united, the only thing we can do to actually make the friggin' word in our country's name be legit is to put our differences aside and work together for a better future for all Americans. 'Cause this? What's happening right now? It ain't gonna help anyone. If anything, Trump divided America nearly clean in half politically wise. If there's a silver lining to all this, at least we don't hate each other enough to want to wage war on each other like we did in 1861.