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Well..., you've got your whites and you've got your white trash honky crackers. You've got your Latinx and you've got your spics. You've got your Jews and you've got your kikes. Every race has their "derogatory" and every race has been able to transcend that. But most blacks have had it harder than most. I only wish they themselves would stop using it ;)
Yeah, I guess we don't like too many options.
Apple IOS or Android
Windows or Linux (note: apple runs on top of Linux)
Gas or electric car
Home or homeless
Urban or rural
Coke or Pepsi
However, there are people in this country that are trying to drag us into the future even while we are kicking and screaming. I mean, we used to have Male and Female. Now..., ;)
You know, I was just thinking about how people from other countries can identify Americans because we are always smiling. They think we are either lunatics or hiding something up our sleeves. What the hell is so funny and how can anyone be so happy all the time? I think the answer is that we feel confident that whatever life throws at us, we'll figure it out ;)
"If that were the full story..."
It's interesting that you bring that up. Other countries have multiple parties. Why not America? I'm not sure I know the answer to that. I mean, there has been many times I wished I could have added a third option to my debates instead of just Pro/Con. Maybe Americans just want to chose Yes/No and move on. Why think about all the different alternatives, possibilities and consequences? We play it by ear and if it doesn't work out, we tweak it along the way ;)
I would also make a good atheist:
Creationist: Why do so many people believe in a God?
Joe: They are all biased.
Creationist: What about the bible?
Joe: That's biased too.
Creationist: What if you died and came face to face with God?
Joe: I would tell Him He's biased.