Fearthefall said1) There is no "community"
2) She doesn't want to lose support among the Bible Belt Republicans, you know, the social conservatives, which are around 30-40% of the current Republican party?
I disagree with you about #1, but I'm with you on #2.
No, there is no "community".
The whole concept of calling everything a "community" is something that's unique to American English. It doesn't occur in any other languages, English or otherwise.
Ever saw that segment of AC360 where they were talking about the "bug chasers"? There was this woman on the show who talked about the "barebacking community". Like seriously, gimme a break.
Also unique to the US is calling a housing development a "community".
See a pattern emerging here..?
As was once spoken in the mess hall of the Ministry of Truth:
"Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it."
This whole "community" thing is getting to people's brains. It's unhealthy.