I respectfully disagree. I believe everyone, including celebrities who I don't pay attention to, are entitled too their opinions/views, no matter how much we may disagree with them- that's the beauty of America.
As for the economy being strong, I don't know. It seems like most people are working 2 or more jobs to survive, from what I've read and seen first-hand. The cost of living has increased although most people's paychecks has remained stagnant. Unemployment may be 'down', but this doesn't take into account the people working 2 or more jobs or those who have stop looking for work altogether, etc. ( I'm no expert, but I do think that people need to look behind the numbers to get a truer picture of the economy). There's also the matter of a huge deficit which will definitely affect the economy in the long run, and the fact that young adults are earning less than their parents' generation which I believe is a first.
Yes, America is # 1 in my view, but then again I haven't lived in any other country, so my perspective is limited. I suspect most people will also argue that their country is also number 1. But I do agree that the country is and has always been divided, and I suspect this will never change. Unfortunately, there will always be bigotry and prejudices of all kinds in every corner of the world. However, some of the things said by the current President has been extremely disconcerting to say the least and have contributed to the division (just looks at some of his tweets). I could really go on and on, but won't, so I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree.
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