Tomorrow is still the biggest day for voting in America, despite the growing number of people engaged in early voting. So it’s worthwhile to consider who the choices are. It’s worth our time to listen to our consciences. It’s worth our country to understand that we need to vote our values.
I’m sure nobody reading here thinks Hillary Clinton represents anything good. She’s the second coming of Richard Nixon. At one time they each fought for liberty (Nixon the anti-Communist, Rodham the Goldwater girl), but over time in politics, they each became so consumed by hatred and a desire for revenge, that politics became for them entirely an exercise of personal power.
Gary Johnson? No thanks. He’s running a scam campaign, showing no signs of any personal values at all, just wanting money and fame. He’s not even helping his own Libertarian Party grow, at a time when the party could have made huge gains.
Jill Stein? She’s just a Communist.
Many at this point then turn to Donald Trump. But his track record says it all. He’s given more money than most of us have had at one time, to candidates that represent all of the above values. Take a look at this FEC screenshot as an example:
$25,000 to the DSCC in 2004, attempting to swing the Senate back to Harry Reid and the Democrats just three years after 9/11, when John Kerry was trying to lead America to surrender and ruin.
Dodd. Daschle. Schumer. Reid. Lieberman. Rangel. Moynihan. Kerry. Kennedy. Bowles. Gillibrand. Oh yes, and Clinton:
If Clinton doesn’t represent our values, then neither does Trump.
The only sensible vote tomorrow is for Evan McMullin. Or just stay home. That’s probably what I’m doing. My refusal to vote for them represents my values perfectly.
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