Common ground to build on | Letter
National divisiveness? Mr. Ewing, did you honestly not feel or see any national divisiveness during the last presidency and why is it important to place blame on one individual? I agree that yes, as a nation we have unfortunately become more divided but placing blame on one individual or group does nothing to help the situation only to worsen it. We are all at fault for no longer believing that anyone other than ourselves and those who think the same, have a credible opinion. We will go much farther by accepting the fact that all of us have something to give and that somewhere there is common ground to build on.
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