1. We don't have to agree on anything. However, one should not agree that the constitution guarantees the right to speak and then call someone a "cry baby" when they question authority. Freedom of speech is there so that one can question authority.
2. The difference between the Republican outrage when President Obama was elected is different from the non-Republican outrage of the election of President-elect Trump. President Obama was elected twice with the popular vote and the electoral vote. Despite the ways people insulted him, stood in his way, and criticized ideas he supported (some of which were ideas generated by the Republican base - ie Affordable Care Act aka Paul Ryan's baby), President Obama, even while running for office, never stooped so low as to demean someone for being less human due to gender, race, or capability. He respected those who served in the military. He respected those who served in the community. In contrast, Trump has repeatedly (on camera) insulted people for differences, mocked people for questioning him, and treated people of different race and gender as lesser beings. And those who did not vote for him are permitted to point out that he did not win the popular vote. Those who did not vote for him are permitted to be scared of of what this means. Those who didn't vote for him are permitted to be alarmed for what this means of those who voted for this man who could act so repulsive in the limelight. And this is not a "cry baby" notion. This is freedom of speech.
3. Remember when I said we should talk about things like adults? Adults are not expected to agree. However, a true sign of educated adulthood is that one can have a conversation without falling into name calling or attacking the person with whom they disagree. An adult would recognize that the person questioning the authority is doing just that. An adult would recognize if there were fair points made and then make their case to dispute notions they disagree with. What is happening as of late is those who do not support Trump are asking questions and pointing out concerns. Those who support Trump are lashing back with name calling and hatred instead of listening to the points. When those who did not support Obama questioned, it was proven that he won the election both with popular and electoral votes, he was in fact born in the U.S., he was in fact a Christian, ... Those against him said it was lies, but it was unfounded because the proof existed. Those who do not support Trump have stronger the proof of their concerns... and instead of even thinking of the questions, the Trump supporters (and Trump for that matter) fire back in name calling... showing their lack of maturity.