We are idiots. Every single one of us. We all in some way or another did or didn't do something to find ourselves where we are today. We're all pointing fingers and we're all mad at whoever the idiot is on the other side of the issue, whatever the issue is, whoever the idiot is. I grew up in a small, boring, dumb town and went to a Podunk, poor, public high school, both full of country idiots. I went to a fancy, rich, entitled Ivy League college with the most idiot kind of idiots and now live in the huge, scary, dumb city, full of city idiots. I myself am between these two types of idiots as a hybrid, dumb, all-around idiot, an idiot from every angle. Although idiots across the spectrum are pointing and have long pointed fingers across the huge divide to say, "Wow, look at that idiot," the simple fact is this: we're all idiots. We just are much, much further apart in our being idiots than we should be.
Today is as good a day as any to come together, to shake hands or hug, stand side-by-side, and admit that we're all in this together, just a bunch of idiots. We are all idiots and we all always will be idiots. The key is to embrace every single person for the unique, lovable idiot they are as only true idiots can do. That is how we will make the future better, brighter, and happier. There's lots of work to be done and a long way to go, but when we get there, together, hopefully we'll be able to look back and say, "Man, look at how idiotic we all used to be."