Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, You Think Your Side Won?

Isn’t it funny how both sides are claiming victory and at the same time blaming the other side for divisiveness?

You know how they say each side of your brain controls the opposite side of your body? Without your brain functioning on both sides, you may paralyze the other side of your body.

Maybe, possibly, the more this behavior continues, the greater chances of half of the country feeling paralyzed and useless and unappreciated.

If you want to avoid atrophy, perhaps include everyone. Exercise everyone equally and fairly. Or else, amputations may take place, without your consent.


20 thoughts on “Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, You Think Your Side Won?

  1. I noticed that, too, both sides won. But I also thought it seemed like neither side was really happy. I, myself, was very happy for the Texas results. But sad to see that so many races were almost 50/50. I hate that people seem so completely polarized. The ones who really confuse me are the Christians who vote for non-Christian policies. They are not using logic. I do realize that in politics the majority wins even if it’s just barely, but I just hate that America is not united on important issues like national security, the economy, especially taxes being kept low. I’m glad it’s over, for now. But of course now we have this ‘shooting’ in California to keep the gun control conversation going.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Sure, I can see where you’re coming from. I am confused about your stance on Christians voting for what you say are non-Christian policies? I don’t understand what you’re trying to say. Being a Christian is not a monolith? Why is it that Christians are always called out, but how come Muslims are never called out?

      Ah yes, more gun control nonsense.

      What I took from the almost 50/50 splits was, perhaps too many want their side to win, no matter the cost. Too many don’t care about what happens to the other side.

      I’m just happy there will be more gridlock in DC and many states across the country. More gridlock means less legislation and less new laws.

      1. Amen to that. We don’t need more laws! For me the Bible is the standard. Politics comes after God’s laws. It is a monolith to me. And yes, I think non-Christians get a pass. But God wins in the end.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Totally, everyone gets something different and unique from reading the Bible or anything for that matter. We could both read or witness the same thing, but we could both interpret it completely different. We might process things differently as well.

          That’s why I write this blog, to get the views and opinions from others.

          1. God had a specific idea in mind when he gave the scriptures to be written by various authors. It is not up to us to decide what he meant, although we may take years to understand it all. Thankfully the basic points are very clear. Love God, Love your neighbor. The 10 commandments are pretty clear and simple and don’t need interpretation. The best part is that Jesus died for our sins and we who believe are no longer going to pay the penalty.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              At the same time, the individual comes to this in their own time. Sometimes not at all. The love that God has for us, means we must decide for ourselves whether or not to accept it. If people are forced into anything they will surely resist.

              Free will PK.

  2. Gridlock means Trump will have more difficulty making the other side nuts. I am no Trump fan…other than the entertainment value. And, voter fraud is still a very real problem. I question ALL the results.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Yuuuuup. I’m there with ya Victoria. But at the same time, I’m comforted in the hope that they will refuse to work together to enslave and imprison the rest of us.

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