We are people. We have our biases. I'm an almost 57 year old white Anglo, mostly, female, and I live for Christian white America with moms and dads and suburban houses and the sixties white reality...EARLY sixties. Saw the riots. Thought. Was just a kid. Still preferred white America, bug that's just comfort. The comfort I was born to hurt a lot of people born when I was. And I wasn't even rich. Okay, fast forward. I grew up and embraced my Democrat principles. All people are equal until they perform. But then, the USSR died, and the Middle East replaced it. I went from being terrified as a kid of a nuke strike to...what about terrorists???? Went to the university to work in '90. Had lots of Arab faculty in the school of business. They scared me. But just this week, and I left that school almost seven years ago, I had an email exchange with a Muslim professor on my whim. I figured he would ignore me. He said he was "elated" to hear from me. We talked back and forth, and he offered me a glass of wine if I visit there. I didn't think he'd even remember me. The hard line Repubs should acknowledge such human relations, but they're too BUTT HEAD. And I'm talking out of my Repub tendencies here.