Recently, I posted a rather angry myTake on Donald Trump's victory, and a message to those who support him. I called them a disappointment to everything this country supposedly stands for.
I was in an extremely bad mood. I watched as a man, who, throughout his campaign, seemed to try and divide this nation more and more, become our president. He's said some horrible things about women and all types of ethnic and religious minorities. I disagree with both him and Mike Pence one many issues. It pains me to hear his election promises. People like @Waffles731 and I will be affected by his promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and he's made promises to fix the mental health system by using "common sense" which does not inspire confidence in me.
However, that did not give me the right to speak the way I did. I still stand by most of what I said, because that was my honest opinion, but I apologize for how I said it. I have a terrible temper, swear too much, and am way to blunt for my own good. If there's one thing punk has taught me, it's that you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover, and in my anger I broke that rule.
The opinion in that myTake that I stand by the most? That we are an accepting country. I love this country, but hate the government. I would fight and die for this country, because we are a great country, regardless of what any politician wants to say. We, the people, are the ones who make this country great, not some piece of shit who wants to sit there and call us names, trying to divide us. I don't agree with people who are white supremacists, sexist towards either gender, who beat people up for their religion or sexuality, but they're in the minority. This is a nation full of good people. Let's keep it that way