Why is America so divided? It’s Trump and you know it.

I was asked why did I think this nation is so divided. This is my opinion. keep-love-alive-cornerThe animosity you are talking about was caused by American’s voting in a President that is a slap in the face to kind, loving Americans that are constantly being berated by Trump’s racist, sexist, misogynist, anti-people of color, who hate everyone who isn’t an old white man, who mock disabled people, who is trying to undo every good thing Obama did all because they are still upset that a black man was president. These group of deplorable people continue to stand up for a man who is causing this division and should be implicated in turning people against those who remain unevolved, hateful and who are tearing down regulations on pollution so that our air and water will be more toxic, who don’t believe in global warming, who arent’ bothered that Trump has sexually abused dozens of women, a man who will never say he’s sorry, who postures himself against N Korea quoting that he has a bigger button, who is a mockery to other countries. He disrespects women calls them slobs and cheats on his wife and pays off porn stars, who said that he grabs women by the P****, because he can get away with it. I don’t want to be around people that continue to stand behind a racist. You make your choice, I’ll make mine. It’s black and white, either you stand with him or you don’t. I don’t.
He stands for a rich brat that likes to be around people who feed into his ego. He is the swamp, he’s a millionaire how can he represent the common man? He’s surrounded himself with other swampers, he lies and cheats and you have the nerve to ask why all the divisiveness? Get a grip, if you stand with him you are to blame for all the division. He’s a racist and you want to be associated with that neanderthal, bigot that we thought was being bred out of Americans, but now has emboldened the alt-right, the KKK for God’s sake, and you wonder why people are so upset. Stop trying to be right, to stand by your man, he’s a wreck, he deserves to be impeached. The world would be a better place without him. Just sayin, you asked.


Call your Senators to not repeal the Affordable Care Act


The GOP, out of meanness, wants to reverse everything Obama has ever done. Our health care is on the line. As a person with MS I fear that insurances can discriminate against me for preexisting conditions.

From the National Law Center: They’re coming for affordable health coverage—and it’s up to us to defend it.Today, on the Senate floor, some Members of Congress are using the budget process to take the first steps toward repeal of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Make no mistake: repealing this law would be devastating for women’s health. We need your urgent action to protect the health care law right now.

Tell Your Senators Not to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

Step 1: Call 202-224-3121.

Step 2: When you’re connected, say “As your constituent, I urge you NOT to Repeal the Affordable Care Act.”

Step 3: Hang up and repeat for your other Senator.

Want more talking points for your call? We’ve got you covered! Thanks to the health care law:

  • Nine in 10 women and girls now have affordable, comprehensive health insurance that meets their needs.
  • Insurance companies can’t charge women more than men.
  • People can’t be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions.
  • Women now have maternity coverage as a part of essential health benefits.
  • 55 million women now have health insurance that gives them no-cost coverage for key preventive services like birth control, mammograms and breastfeeding support.

Tell your Member of Congress to protect all of the progress we’ve made.Access to affordable, lifesaving care is on the line—this is too important for any of us to stay silent. We need to flood the Senate’s phone lines with messages of support for the health care law. It only takes a minute to call, but it can make a difference if your Senators hear from you!We’ll never stop fighting to protect women’s health. Thank you for fighting alongside us.

Gretchen Borchelt
Vice President for Reproductive Rights and Health
National Women’s Law Center

Obama uses executive order to make safer gun laws.


A real man that has true emotion, cried when he talked about the innocence lost on the day a man with an assault rifle went to the school and shot little kids. Another angry, white dude. At least my president is trying to stop access to guns if you are mentally ill. Soon the day will come when anyone convicted of domestic abuse won’t be able to own a gun. When women are murdered its almost always their men in their lives. Little man big gun deficit. Don’t let the NRA use their money to influence smart, gun safety, why be against sellers checking with law officials to see if the person buying guns has a criminal record? Why so many against that? No one wants to take your guns. Calm down, stand down, Annie go get your gun and put it in your holster. It’s not the wild wild west anymore. Progressive people everywhere stand with our President. Will you?Gun toting at Eugene Recruitting office

Comment to Kurt Russell’s statement about gun control

Hillary Clinton sent me this letter about her email issues

A letter from Hillary Clinton:

From my kitchen to yours

From my kitchen to yours

A letter from Hillary Clinton”
I wanted you to hear this directly from me:

Yes, I should have used two email addresses, one for personal matters and one for my work at the State Department. Not doing so was a mistake. I’m sorry about it, and I take full responsibility.

It’s important for you to know a few key facts. My use of a personal email account was aboveboard and allowed under the State Department’s rules. Everyone I communicated with in government was aware of it. And nothing I ever sent or received was marked classified at the time.

As this process proceeds, I want to be as transparent as possible. That’s why I’ve provided all of my work emails to the government to be released to the public, and why I’ll be testifying in public in front of the Benghazi Committee later next month.

I know this is a complex story. I could have — and should have — done a better job answering questions earlier. I’m grateful for your support, and I’m not taking anything for granted.

I understand that you may have more questions, and I am going to work to keep answering them. If you want to read more, including my emails themselves, please go here:


Thank you,