Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the late Antonin Scalia were “best buddies” despite vastly different ideologies; can the nation learn a lesson from their friendship?
Could our nation, full of ideologically-riven pundits and politicians, consider that information and begin to accept each other for the imperfect people we all are? People, who mean well, but disagree about the means to reach that end, and what exactly that end should look like.
At the end of the day, aren’t we all just humans with perceptions resulting from a personally unique combination of life experience and unselected, neurological wiring?
Will America search her soul and realize that two people embodying among the sharpest contrasting ideologies can still respect each other and be friends?
No. Of course not. Don’t be a silly libtard.