This isn't true. The used to be a segregated society legally, women didn't have rights and before that practice legal slavery and went to war with each other. People watch too much news and listen to these crazy pundits. Your average person doesn't really have anything against his fellow countrymen. We need to put a stop to some of these loud mouths stirring up the fringes in efforts to stop progress.
We could have a large civil war and let the survivors form a new country. If the racists, sexists, and fascists keeps promoting division and hate its coming.
If America was a female I would advise psychosocial therapy.
Allow history to continue. The people that are wanting to "take back what is theirs" will continue to be in a lesser and lesser minority. This election is an indicator of that. There will be a couple of more years of struggle, then those people will be irrelevant. In the meantime, they will continue to try to tear this great country apart, but they will not succeed. The recovery form the Great Depression took about 12 years and a world war to get us back on track. It has been four years, but things are finally looking up, and this according to some economists, this was also a depression, not a recession. If we even the tax burden for everybody, including corporations, then everybody will feel like everyone else is doing their share. That makes everybody feel that they are as valuable as any other person, which brings pride. That will get us on track.
Agree with Mr. Chipmunk.
Probably nothing, the president keeps pointing his finger across the aisle, or up the SES scale and inciting his rabid fanba<x>se to attack them. The fanba<x>se, thus, desipses the other end of the aisle for pointing fingers and accusing and attacks back.
Don't think I agree with the premise. But what we need is fewer people proclaiming their love for the country and more people acting like they love it.
I'd say revise the tax codes so that the super rich are paying their share. And everyone has to realize we're in this together and stop whining about "me, me, me" and realize we NEED to start spending the money to restore our collapsing infra-structure, etc.
We need decisive leadership through these times and two political parties who can put aside their differences and work together, give and take, to keep us moving forward. To our elected officials: start making compromises, help improve the inequality in laws in the country!