Can't we all just get along? 

There are few things Clinton and Trump supporters can agree on besides their mutually shared hatred for the other party's candidate. But who are we kidding, most Americans share the same type of hatred for both candidates. There isn't any 'good' choice in this real life hell of an election.

Yet as the sobering reality sets in, that the next leader of the free world is either pant-suit Hillary or resting-bitchface Trump, it’s time we start to look for the silver lining.

Luckily, there’s a tiny glimmer of hope in the fact that American voters are more unified over legalized marijuana than most other election issues, including gun control policy, immigration and taxes. It’s not great, but it’s a start.

Nearly 90 percent of Americans  — 81 percent of Republicans and 94 percent of Democrats — support legalization of the devil’s puff, according to a Quinnipiac University Poll of 1,500 voters.

Unfortunately, neither candidate has so far laid down a strong stance for marijuana, as they’re still vying for Super PAC money. The last thing they want to do is bite the hand that feeds them.

Hillary Clinton came close to a coherent statement about legalized marijuana once, saying states that legalized marijuana are merely “laboratories” and further research is necessary for widespread legalization. How much research is needed? Colorado and Washington appear to be doing fine, minus the abundance of white-boy dreadlocks. 

And as for The Donald, like most of his rhetoric, it’s all over the place, stating that marijuana legalization “in some ways it’s good, and in some ways it’s bad.” Sometimes chunky peanut butter is good and sometimes it’s bad. Pick a side and stay with it DJ. 

Regardless of the usual jumbled political lexicon, there might be light at the end of the tunnel, as Gary Johnson, ex-governor of New Mexico — the state everyone knows because they’ve driven through it — recently won the Libertarian Party’s nomination. A quick search of Gary’s track record reveals he’s a strong proponent of legalizing drugs — all of them. Add him into the next presidential debate, and without question, the topic of legalized marijuana will arise, forcing both Hillary and Donald to face the music.

After all, voters — even law enforcement — are over the bureaucracy of a plant most people want.