Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Facebook is Facebook and it will always be. To some it's this, to others it's that. But I have freinds on there who take serious sides to politics of presidents, gun control, legalization of weed and the drug screening of Medicaid users. I'll hear what you have to say and respect you for saying it, as long as the presentation is intelligent. If I don't agree, that's my right. But some of my friends have deleted some of their friends for their veiws and I've expressed my dislike for this trending behavior.
If I'm your friend and I'm giving my opinion about something. Tell me you agree if you want or tell me "No way, Yager! There's no way you should support gay marraige or legal weed!" I'll give my opinions of why I defend my decision without trying to convince you of changing your ways while I listen with an open mind while you tell me I shouldn't lean this direction. But deleting a friend because you don't agree with them makes me less likely to open up and have deeper conversations with you, ultimately limiting our friendship.
I don't attend church, but I do believe we are all brothers and sisters on this planet and think we should all love each other as such. You know, basic hippie talk.