I love America. It's Americans I hate.:
"...Like a lot of people, I'm still trying to figure out what policy to adopt, and what marginal role I can play, in the incoming dystopia.
Defy, paralyze, and undermine it in any way I can.
...A vote cast for Trump is kind of like a murder; there may be context to consider — a disadvantaged background, extenuating circumstances, understandable motives — but the choice itself is binary and final, irrevocable.
There's a case to be made that it's indefensible; that his supporters have forfeited any right to be respected or taken seriously.
The conservatives of the heartland have lashed back against the coastal elites' condescending, classist prejudices by defiantly confirming them: that they're pathetically dumb and gullible, uncritical consumers of any disinformation that confirms their biases, easy dupes for any demagogue who promises to bring back the factories and keep the brown people down.
Ignorance and bigotry are actually the best possible motives for having voted for Trump — they are at least honest, if not honorable.
But I don't believe all Trump voters are ignorant, or bigoted; most of them are just evil..."