I am a plain citizen with no political involvement.
If that were the case, you wouldn't be on this discussion board and you wouldn't be speaking in praise of your nation and its role in the world nor of the positives you perceive arising from this administration nor of your allegiance to a particular party.
This virtual, cyberspace world is not political involvement, in my most humble of opinions. I see it as political "comment." Or, in my case, "political pride." I am proud to be an American that votes Republican. Call it bragging if you like, but not involvment.
Call it etheric kanoodling if you like. But as you are in a public forum, and as the ideas and values you express or laud are matters of communal policy and interest, you make yourself fair game for critical comment in support of contesting ideas and values.
And Then Foofie Said:
You seem to have changed the topic. My comments are not political involvement. I don't mind your, or anyone's critical comment.
But in your further posts you seem to be involved in one's social position. That's cute. Based on my background I am not part of that mostly WASP game. I do hope though that you are in some Blue Book somewhere. Perhaps, you are descended from aristocracy? I hope so. I wish you happiness and contentment. Voting Republican does help one achieve that goal, I believe.
By the way, my one Republican vote is not based on my identifying with any social/economic class. It is because the Democrats have a portion
of their constituency that have ideas that I just consider too radical for my preferences. The candidates, in my opinion, are quite standard fare for the Democratic Party. I just don't care for some of the people that call themselves Democrats. Not based on socio-economic class, but on ideas/beliefs. So, I'm really forced to vote for a party that seems to keep that "other" constituency out of the party.