I think you are viewing American politics through a European standard and that is skewing your view of the average American. If you really consider what your middle ground is, I think you notice that it taking your side on all of the divisive topics that people fight about. A more accurate middle ground is the line between yes and no and to what extent someone agrees or disagrees..
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He also right about China being the real puppet master of this situation. I knew it be hard for him to admit a bit of defeat, but sometime you have to to move forward and achieve, in this instance and others, what best not only for our country and its people but for the world. 24 points submitted 10 days agoIs the Machiavellian perspective you espoused really a good idea? If the ends justify the means then can’t trump essentially do as he pleases to get the desired outcome to the detriment of other policies, precedents, and ethics? Where do you draw the line on what’s justified?I agree with you that Trump and many of his supporters are Machiavellian, but historically haven’t those figures been autocratic and dangerous leaders? I find this disagreement is pretty interesting and divides NNs and NSes more than almost anything else.
Has texting become the new norm, well I guess it depends on what era you were born in? For the kids being born now, and the eighties and nineties kids, yes it is the new norm because we were brought up with all the changes first hand rather than having to teach ourselves what they were long after we were older. We saw it firsthand so it was easy for us to grasp, most of us now have cell phones and text all the time, I should know I do it. I hardly ever pick up the phone and call someone now, I will just text them instead, but occasionally I will call people, for example, yesterday I called someone who I text daily, and I haven’t done that in months.