I hate to say it, but with the current political climate in America, it’s easier to say certain things, but harder to actually do them. When I say it, I really mean it. It’s easy to hate someone and I’m a hypocrite, but it’s hard to hate ourselves sometimes.

I’m not going to say that I hate myself, but I can definitely say that I’ve made myself a victim of my own hyper-partisanship, and that I’m not proud of it. I’m not the only one who’s fallen victim to this, but I’m a good example of something I’ve done in the past. You can find my posts from last year’s elections at my old blog.

If you ask most people, that would be pretty hypocritical for a “blogger.” Most people are not the same people they were in high school, and high school was not that long ago. We know what we are, but we also know what we will be, and what we don’t want others to know. That’s because we’ve been around long enough to know that we’re not good at doing things we don’t want others to know.

At this point most people are either on board with the “I hate everyone” attitude or they are so used to it by now that it is just what they are. This isn’t a new concept for us at all. However, we are definitely on the wrong side of it. We are the “hater” side of the fence, because we are the ones who go against good behavior.

You know what they say, “The hater is a coward.” Thats because they dont want to take the chance and say something that will scare their friends, or other people they care about. Instead they want to keep it a secret so they dont have to face the consequences of their actions.

We are not cowards, not even in the slightest. We dont care about being nice. We dont want to hurt anybody’s feelings. We dont want people to think we are weak. To us, if someone is being a bad ass, then that’s what we want them to be. If you are the same way, then we are also the same way. We have the same goals, the same goals as you.

We are not afraid to take a stand. We are not afraid to tell you what you can and can’t do. We are not afraid to make you angry. We are not afraid to challenge you. We are not afraid to fight you. We are not afraid to challenge you. We are not afraid to take a chance. We are not afraid to go balls out. We are not afraid to lose, and you are not afraid to lose.

The truth is that anyone who thinks they don’t have the right to be loud and proud and not be challenged is being a hater. You are not. You are a human being with emotions and feelings and thoughts and all. You are not a hater. You are a person who is being challenged and you are a person who is also being challenged and you are no different than me or anyone else.

I know you are not a hater. I don’t hate you. I love you. I respect you. I don’t hate you. I’m not afraid of your hate. I’m not afraid of your hate. I’m not afraid of your hate.

We can’t all have the right to be loud and proud and not be challenged, but we can all be challenged and we can all be challenged. We all share the same mind and heart, and we all share the same thoughts. We all live in the same world, and we all interact with each other in the same ways. The best part is that we all do it from the same place. You, I, and everyone else can do this in the same way.