Lessons from the Election - Jones, M.

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Malik Jones Jensen, Kipton Philosophy 201 November 23, 2016 Lessons from the Election This past election has left America with a large amount of disbelief and in some cases an even larger amount of trauma. People from both parties are handling the results of the election in different and highly unexpected ways. The media has been broadcasting the weaker or more violent views of the citizens from each party. Some of the citizens that supported Hilary were overly distraught and in some cases needed grief counseling to help them get over the results of the election. In addition to those, another portion of the Democratic supporters were more concerned for the minorities than they were for themselves. On the other end of the spectrum, the nation had Republican voters that were overjoyed for the victory of their candidate, as they should. However, the reactions that were displayed by some of them were disheartening to say the least. Several Mr. Trump’s supporters were seen after the results were announced yelling, “build the wall, build the wall,” about one of the promises that the President-Elect made to the people about “keeping the Mexicans out.” Aside from all this the election could teach the American people a couple of lessons. One being not to doubt anyone in this country. Another
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  • Fall '16
  • Jensen
  • Philosophy, President of the United States, United States presidential election, 2008

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