The problem is that she assumes that because she had it so well that everyone else like her also had it as good. She doesn't understand that there are people out there like her, and by like her I mean white, that did not have a two parent family. That did not have a mother at home waiting for her with an after school snack to help her with her home work.
I have noticed this is a growing trend. People don't want to talk about facts or come up with a resolution.. they just want to be right. They will flop subjects or sides mid conversation just to save face. They make the most inflammatory comments just to confuse and befuddle their "opponent". No one wants to help, no one wants to resolve.. people only want to win... even if by winning everyone loses.
Some people feel as though prayer is a waste of time, but any positive energy sent to those in pain is a good thing. Even if you don't believe in the power of vibration.. the law of attraction.. or the power of prayer, I imagine you must understand how it feels to see that others are thinking of you and hoping for your well-being.
And to be honest, I don't really care which political figure says what about it. Who condones, who condemns, who ignores is not my problem. We are not a country of politicians. We are a country of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and children. We need to speak up. We need to not let hate, fear, and anger control the media and the tone of our world.
I had an interesting conversation with a Trump supporter today. She said that she wasn't worried about all the horrible things that he says because she doesn't think that they're going to happen. Really? So, you're glad a person who wants to take food and healthcare away from children, women, and elderly is in office because you're pretty sure the Democrats won't let it happen?