Really curious to hear what others make of this? Have we as a nation completely succumbed to style over substance? Are the symbols we so vehemently adhere to representative of our actual beliefs, or simply a way to appear to believe in something you actually know not much about? https://www.yahoo.com/news/divided-symbols-americans-see-serious-threat-across-aisle-210544478.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=fb

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Sharbet
Sharbet

It aggravates me that Joy Reid says something as stupid as the symbol of Obama is more important than his actual accomplishments. If you were to reverse it onto this president, I would think people would be more "moved" - in one direction or another - by an actual wall than by whatever symbol the wall represents. Symbols: Nazi emblem, Confederate flag. They actually represented something. That said, the "aisle" as a symbol grows more powerful every day.