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We Like what we Like, We Hate what we HatePosted Thursday, October 14, 2010, at 12:21 PM
There are quite a few different title's that could have fit in here: We like who we like, we hate who we hate just one for example.
But the simple fact of the matter, as humans we will be divided on what we like and what we hate. It can be in politics, movies, music, religions; name it and we all like what we like or hate what we hate. To go along with that there are staunch defenders or detractors to go along with them.
There are people that are going to hate Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, no matter what they do, until the end of time. At the same time there are going to be people that love the two men just as much, no matter what happens. That is were the conflict comes in. There will be people that will always be convinced that Obama was not born in this country no matter the evidence that mounts. There will always be people that believe that Clinton broke the law as president and got away with it no matter the evidence against that. The people that defend them will always defend them and usually with a little (or a lot). anger.
The same goes for those people who hate George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan. Those that do not like the men will always point out that they believe that Bush lied us into war and that Reagonomics hurt this country more than it helped. Their staunchest supporters will fight tooth and nail over both issues, specifically Reagonomics.
When we look at the tv side of politics it's exactly the same. Those that do not like Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, and Bill O'Reilly will always point to their faults (Limbaughs issues with prescription drugs, O'Reilly's being sued for sexual indescretions) as why they are not good people. The people that defend them will always consider them patriots and just won't hear any of the nonsense with any issues.
Those that hate Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow, and Ed Shultz will always call them traitors to the nation (and even go as far as calling Rachel, a lesbian, by a man's name) and those that like them will always defend them for speaking their mind.
Moving out of politics; those who like rap will always call it music and the new sound of a generation while those that hate rap will always call it horrible examples of music.
Some people hate horror movies, others think that horror movies are the best examples of movie making there are.
It goes on and on.
We truly do like what we like or hate what we hate no matter what anyone says.
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