Was Hillary's campaign slogan, "Stronger Together," really divisive and hateful?
- RandyLv 45 months agoFavorite Answer
No, slogans are rarely divisive and hateful.
Though Trump's "Make America Great Again" was kind of divisive, because it implied that America was great at some long ago time, which based on Trump's policies and rhetoric, it has been proven that he means when whites were superior and men were superior. People who wear those grotesque hats fail to realize how much minorities feel those red hats are a symbol of bigotry, like the Confederate flag.
- DaleLv 65 months ago
No but "I'm with her" was divisive and sexist.
- 5 months ago
Should be more like “Weaker Apart”.
- pit bulls biteLv 75 months ago
she was divisive and hateful
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- hungryjoeLv 55 months ago
The notion that people are stronger when they come together is incredibly divisive and hateful!
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- Integration 20Lv 75 months ago
Her actual campaign slogan was "Trump Voters are Deplorables".
That is categorically divisive and hateful.
Instead of running against Trump, she ran against Republican voters.
She is an enemy of the people.
Clinton is crap. 😂 😘 👌 Lolz
- Anonymous5 months ago
Hillary's words and ACTIONS were divisive and hateful. "Make America Great Again" is no more divisive or hateful than "Stronger Together" but if the person saying those words doesn't honestly believe them but instead are using them to get their way with the political system.
- BennyLv 65 months ago
Of course not.