That is actually reasonable and agreeable. Shit just isn't as cut and dry black and white as extremists on either side want to make it out to be. I like to think I give people the benefit of the doubt until they open their mouth and prove me wrong. I've said before I was raised in a family with a lot of racism. I went to school saying the N word. Not because I was talking down to black people but because I literally thought that was a proper pronoun to address a black person with. I never sensed racism at home until I got older. I just saw them calling black people on TV the N word and thought that was proper. Why would my family lead me astray? Needless to say, calling black boys at school the N word resulted in a lot of ass beatings. So then I just thought black people were just naturally quick to violence and unpleasant to be around. Those ideas stuck with me and were reinforced all through school and into the army. When I was forced to depend on and live in intimate proximity with black people I naturally got to know them on deep levels. Suddenly the black people I knew didn't fit the ideas I developed in school and what my family culture taught me. No. People are just people. Most of us just want to live our lives in peace. If history and experience have taught me anything, it's that you can't just blanket whole groups of people based on some assholes. Even if every Trump supporter or republican is a racist everything-phobe, what do we do about it? Round them all up and put them in prisons? Make them register themselves and wear a mark? Eliminate them?