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“Thank you for looking out for my rights as a small business owner, for helping ensure my tax and regulatory burdens do not discourage me from striking out my own, and for supporting an economy where anyone can be compensated for their valuable contributions. Thank you.
“Sure, you sometimes support things that can be problematic for my life. Like reacting to what’s new or different that I’ve experienced as spiritually healthy all along. Or presuming your religious or material values must apply exactly the same to my life.
“But none of that detracts from how much I appreciate all you have done, and are doing, to make sure my needs as a creative individual get their due attention. Thank you for those things you do that I benefit from personally. Again, I say thank you.”
“Thank you for looking out for the little guy, the marginalized, the historically oppressed, the easily traumatized, the invisible minority, the economically disadvantaged, and all you do to make sure my need to overcome discrimination gets proper attention. Thank you.
“Sure, you sometimes support things that are problematic for me. Like emphasizing rules you enforce by impersonal authorities that actually marginalizes me further. Or lumping me in a group that depersonalizes me further.
“But none of that diminishes how much I appreciate all you have done, and are doing, to make sure my needs as a historically disadvantaged minority get some due attention. Thank you for those things you do that I benefit from personally. Again, I say thank you.”