It's Time to Turn Away from the Rhetoric of Division. We Call for Donald Trump to be a President of Equality. Let's End the Politics of Division

It's Time to Turn Away from the Rhetoric of Division.

We the people express our dissatisfaction with the divisive language this last presidential campaign and in our national dialogue.

We the people express, with hope, that it's time to turn away from rhetoric of division.


1) We hold as our standard the words of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. when he said, “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL men are created equal.’ I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character… With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together... And this will be the day -- this will be the day when ALL of God's children will be able to sing with new meaning.”

2) Divisive language divides us and detracts from our nation's mission statement, which is the American Creed for ALL Americans. We are one nation under God, indivisible, and with liberty and justice for all. It divides us. Divisive language can also be hurtful.

3) The rhetoric used by president-elect Trump during the Republican nomination was especially inflammatory and made some people feel hurt and afraid. While that was obviously a communication strategy to win the Republican nomination, and Donald Trump to his credit has renounced that since the campaign ended, some people were very upset by that unacceptable and divisiive language.

We call on Mr. Trump to be very clear about denouncing that kind of divisive language in our nation's political discourse.

It's time for President Trump to turn away from the rhetoric of division. Instead, build bridges to bring ALL Americans together for our common purpose -- the American Creed.

4) It's time for ALL of us to put away the rhetoric of division. It's time for ALL of us to embrace our nation's egalitarian creed for all equally as one nation pursuing Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness -- the American Creed that is America's mission statement and binds ALL us together.

Let’s set aside the political rhetoric of division.

Everyone in politics needs to do her part, but especially the leader of USA and the free world. We feel optimistic that we can achieve this and make America great again.

5) We call for a caring government that is based on our nation's mission statement -- the American Creed -- for ALL Americans; that treats all people equally in all branches of government in every state and at every level.

We ask – we demand – equal Due Process in every executive branch, all courts, all legislative bodies, and in all other government-affiliated organizations, free of race, gender, orientation, or religious favoritism.


6) Let’s close the history books on the failures of Washington and open a new chapter of success for EVERYONE.

We feel optimistic that our government can put our jobs, wages, security and opportunity to the American Dream first -- for ALL of us as one nation sharing that common mission statement, the American Creed. 


7) Mr. Trump, you have said you are “humbled beyond words to be the nominee for the party of Abraham Lincoln.” In closing, we ask you to build bridges and be a president of equal American Creed for ALL Americans.

In closing, as one color-blind man Ronald Reagan (of your party) said, "There is no story more heartening in our history than the progress that we have made toward the "brotherhood of man" that God intended for us. Let us resolve there will be no turning back or hesitation on the road to an America rich in dignity and abundant with opportunity for ALL our citizens. 

"Let us resolve that we the people will build an American opportunity society in which all of us—white and black, rich and poor, young and old—will go forward together arm in arm," Ronald Reagan said. "Again, let us remember that though our heritage is one of blood lines from every corner of the Earth, we are all Americans pledged to carry on this last, best hope of man on Earth."

One nation, under God, indivisible, and with liberty and justice for all.

With peace and kindness, thank you for the consideration.

It's Time to Turn Away from the Rhetoric of Division.


We the people express our dissatisfaction with the divisive language this last presidential campaign and in our national dialogue.


We the people express, with hope, that it's time to turn away from rhetoric of division.



1) We hold as our standard the words of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. when he said, “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL men are created equal.’ I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character… With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together... And this will be the day -- this will be the day when ALL of God's children will be able to sing with new meaning.”

2) Divisive language divides us and detracts from our nation's mission statement, which is the American Creed for ALL Americans. We are one nation under God, indivisible, and with liberty and justice for all. It divides us. Divisive language can also be hurtful.

3) The rhetoric used by president-elect Trump during the Republican nomination was especially inflammatory and made some people feel hurt and afraid. While that was obviously a communication strategy to win the Republican nomination, and Donald Trump to his credit has renounced that since the campaign ended, some people were very upset by that unacceptable and divisiive language.


We call on Mr. Trump to be very clear about denouncing that kind of divisive language in our nation's political discourse.


It's time for President Trump to turn away from the rhetoric of division. Instead, build bridges to bring ALL Americans together for our common purpose -- the American Creed.


4) It's time for ALL of us to put away the rhetoric of division. It's time for ALL of us to embrace our nation's egalitarian creed for all equally as one nation pursuing Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness -- the American Creed that is America's mission statement and binds ALL us together.

Let’s set aside the political rhetoric of division.


Everyone in politics needs to do her part, but especially the leader of USA and the free world. We feel optimistic that we can achieve this and make America great again.

5) We call for a caring government that is based on our nation's mission statement -- the American Creed -- for ALL Americans; that treats all people equally in all branches of government in every state and at every level.


We ask – we demand – equal Due Process in every executive branch, all courts, all legislative bodies, and in all other government-affiliated organizations, free of race, gender, orientation, or religious favoritism.



6) Let’s close the history books on the failures of Washington and open a new chapter of success for EVERYONE.


We feel optimistic that our government can put our jobs, wages, security and opportunity to the American Dream first -- for ALL of us as one nation sharing that common mission statement, the American Creed. 



7) Mr. Trump, you have said you are “humbled beyond words to be the nominee for the party of Abraham Lincoln.” In closing, we ask you to build bridges and be a president of equal American Creed for ALL Americans.


In closing, as one color-blind man Ronald Reagan (of your party) said, "There is no story more heartening in our history than the progress that we have made toward the "brotherhood of man" that God intended for us. Let us resolve there will be no turning back or hesitation on the road to an America rich in dignity and abundant with opportunity for ALL our citizens. 


"Let us resolve that we the people will build an American opportunity society in which all of us—white and black, rich and poor, young and old—will go forward together arm in arm," Ronald Reagan said. "Again, let us remember that though our heritage is one of blood lines from every corner of the Earth, we are all Americans pledged to carry on this last, best hope of man on Earth."


One nation, under God, indivisible, and with liberty and justice for all.


With peace and kindness, thank you for the consideration.

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