In the play/film "Fiddler on the Roof" Tevye, the lead character, is listening to two people arguing loudly. When they look to him, Tevye says to the one, “You know, you’re right!” The other starts shouting, completely contradicting the first, and Tevye says to him in turn, “You know, you’re right!” Then the first speaker, with some frustration, says: “I’m right! He’s right! How can we both be right?” To which, Tevye, after pondering for a moment, replies: “You know, you’re right!”
Nearly two months past the presidential election and there are still people perpetuating the divisiveness of this country. AND, they're doing it at the hands of one of the worst natural disasters of all time, and certainly the worst in my lifetime.
Auterrific is absolutely right.