The point is truly not gotten here. The point is that we as a people, an American people have the right and freedom to choose. Choose what we do and do not like, who we do or do not vote for, chose what we will and will not watch. The pointless crap of my stance is better than your stance, or I?m right and you?re wrong is meaningless. The basic fundamental value here is we both have our beliefs, thoughts, likes and dislikes, and both sides should be respected and herd by simply agreeing to disagree. You speak of Respect, Patriotism, and American Values as punch lines in some feeble attempt to make others believe in your beliefs. Respect is earned, not awarded, elected, or appointed Patriotism is shown, each and every day but mostly when no one is looking And American Values are fought for, not just by our military, but by each and every one of us. Instead of fighting about who?s better, or who?s right or wrong. Mocking fellow posters typos or spelling and questioning an individual?s personal choice. We should be celebrating the fact that you are allowed and free to tell your children who you support and why you support them, and I can tell my children who I do or do not support and why I have come to my choices, and afterwards both children can and will play in the schoolyard forgetting everything we?ve both told them focused on only one thing,,, friendship. By instilling our values and beliefs in our children they will surly grow up into productive adults who will in turn make their own choices based on their own beliefs and values not necessarily in line with our own, and that is what the point should be and where the beauty lies.