Friendships And Relationships Trump Politics

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Questions For Democrats
Questions For Democrats
NEW YORK - June 10, 2020 - PRLog -- What if Democrats are mostly wrong about Donald Trump? What if the President's selfish tendencies are a reflection of what the majority of Americans in the year 2020 are actually like? In the debate between selfish and selfless love, is selfish love the safer bet? Is romanticism (love) overrated? Should we love people the way they want to be loved? Or should we imitate President Trump and love people the way he wants to be loved? Voting, dating and falling in love are all complicated.

Friendship should trump politics, regardless of who you're voting for US President in 2020. My older brother, who isn't on any social media, supports Donald Trump 100%. The way I see it, I wouldn't love my brother any less if he was in love with and dating a crazy girl. The difference between the who and the what at the heart of Trump love, separates the heart. Does my brother and other's heart move because they're in love with Donald Trump singularly? Or because they all love Republican ideology? My brother's love for Trump started (& I'm guessing everyone else's too) with some type of seduction. One is attracted because the other is like this or like that. Inversely, love is disappointed and dies when one comes to realize the other person doesn't merit our love. The other person isn't like this or that. So at the death of love, it appears that one stops loving another not because of who they are but because they are such and such. That is to say, the history of a person's love for the current US President, the heart of Trump love, is divided between the who and what. The billion dollar question is, are you a Trumper or a Republican? I speak of it abstractly, but I think that whoever starts to love, is in love or stops loving Donald Trump, is caught between this division of the man and Ronald Reagan's ideology. My brother wants to be true to someone—singularly, irreplaceably. For me, like the crazy girl in my brother's dating analogy, Donald Trump has never had the properties, the images, or life story I'm attracted to. For my part, I don't expect perfection in government with regards to politics. I don't presume rationality will triumph. The wise does everything to assume that error and folly will try to have their way and create structures to contain them. The wise never expects that one person can be everything to them. And if my brother were to break up with the crazy girl I wouldn't love him anymore or say, I told you so.

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