humansofny“I feel homeless. Like this isn’t the place that I thought it was. I feel like I don’t understand where I am. Where we all are. Last week students started chanting ‘build the wall’ in the lunchroom of a local middle school. Some of the Hispanic children started crying. If you’re the principal-- how are you supposed to stop that behavior? If the president can behave in a certain way, how are you supposed to tell a child that it’s unacceptable? How does that hold up? It breaks my heart. I’ve had friends reach out to me. They’ve told me: ‘I understand the reasons that you’re upset. But those aren’t the reasons I voted for him.’ And I’m just starting to understand that. I’m realizing that a lot of people wanted change more than they wanted kids not to cry. We all have our own code of ethics. My bottom line happened to be tolerance. Their bottom line was abortion. Or the Supreme Court. I guess we all have the right to choose our own bottom line."
- kalea.coWow @natalievannorman_
- sophiaehicks@isobelpoey caption
- kendramouseYou took the words right out of my mouth
- cyntheeez@whitemanwithnoinstagram This is the post I just quoted!
- __renee_babyWhen someone's choice is vote to take away a woman's right to have a choice with her own body; I just can't get with there bottom line🤔
- firstname.lastname@example.org this is sad
- aspaceouttasoundI can completely relate. Thank you for putting it into words ❤
- flawless4670He's not able to bring peace to this world because he's an evil man. Nor is he able to do anything for this world because he isn't GOD! He's just like all the rest of these money hungry creeps that don't care about any of us. I didn't vote for him and he isn't my president.
- zeiiidBottom line, racism won.
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