Disagreeing with U.S. politics.
rafael melendez wrote:
Daring to disagree is a vital part of a healthy society, analogous to allowing our human immune system to strengthen by learning from exposure to foreign invaders for, in the same manner in which the immune system learns from these interventions, so does our society from disagreements. Hence, it fundamentally helps maintain the integrity of its fabric by guaranteeing accountability and understanding and clearing of its complexity to realize better solutions to problems. Silence this tool and opportunity to invite concealment in a free society becomes inevitable and with it, the establishment of systems of inequity, partiality and general contempt. The level of lack of disagreement is a telltale of things to come and proportional to the disintegration of this same fabric and the weaving of another, cleverly harmonized for public acceptance.
...continued in rafael melendez's three bottom-most comments below.