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2016 Presidential Election

Personally, I believe we are scraping the bottom of the barrel for our Republican and Democratic presidential candidates in 2016.  I prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump but will not vote for either.  Trump is a loose cannon, no telling where he will take us.  Clinton will give us more of what we’ve had for the last 20 years.  I will give my vote to a third-party candidate to show displeasure with both major parties. 

Unlike many I don’t believe our founding fathers were special.  They were simply people like us trying to advance their own beliefs.  They hollered and screamed, wined and dined and insulted each other. Possibly all in the same day.  They weren’t interested in making the United States great, they were interested in making a United States great for themselves.

Despite all that, they came up with a document to make this a great country!  And it still is.  Unfortunately, we have come to a point in time where we need leaders like them again.  It really doesn’t matter which political party they are from.  It doesn’t matter if they are Pro- life or not.  It doesn’t matter if they are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu or atheist.  Having leaders with many points of view may make it more difficult, but will help our country continue to be great.

So, vote for anyone you like, just as long as they are able work with others and get their job done, just as our forefathers did.

The Vote Is In

Donald Trump has the electoral votes needed to become the next President of the United
States of America.  I believe Donald Trump is an extremely poor choice.  I hope I am wrong, for my own sake and for my countries sake.  I have no respect for Mr. Trump, but I do respect our system of government and will respect the office and the President as he is doing his duties.  I promoted electing a third-party president and have participated in our democratic government throughout my life in small ways.  I will continue to do that.   On occasion, I will support President Trump and I am sure far more often will be expressing my reasons for disagreement and promoting other options. 

I strongly believe it is as important today, as it was for our forefathers, to stay engaged and work through our disagreements.  Our differences are wide and deep and our countries future is at stake just as it was for the founders of our country.  We need to stay engaged, work together and get the job done just as they did.

 




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