In the state of Maryland (go Terps!) there is something one must take (and pass) in 10th grade called the "Citizenship Test"; said test is a requirement to obtain a high school diploma in the great commonwealth of Maryland, and failing it results in multiple do-overs until a passing grade is achieved. That's right--Maryland actually forces
its residents to learn about the structure and function of our state and Federal government. But, I digress...well, maybe not.
I have known how the 3 branches of our government work since I was in middle school--thus, I know that "blame the President" as a pat answer for every, single
governmental issue and/or problem is not feasible--and is also false. Although some have tried to circumvent it in the past, there is a little thing called checks and balances in our system that prevents one branch of our government from having absolute power--including the POTUS. In other words: the article was full of untruths and assumptions.
Stereotypes and non sequiturs are the attempt of a fearful, uneducated and/or hateful mind to justify an unjustifiable argument. After all, why make sense when you can just make hate? Why extend an olive branch when extending a machete in a swift motion is so much for effective? Why do any actual research and edify yourself on an issue when you can just be full of noise and command--or someone else's noise and command