Voting time is almost upon us and this election could change the face of our nation forever. We have some definite choices between the two candidates. One is a proven liar, inept politician, extremely pro-abort, longing to bring in hundreds of thousands of questionable ‘refugees’ from the Middle East, great at doing laundry if it refers to money, and says she represents the struggles of the middle class as she spouts forth rhetoric dressed in tacky outfits which, believe it or not, cost more than some of our monthly salaries. She wants to take away our amendment rights and her plans will soon raise our taxes but will give the citizens little in return. It is proven that she had been greatly funded by Middle Eastern countries that want worldwide Sharia Law and condone the persecution of Christians, the downgrading of women, and the extermination of Jews and gays. She disrespects the military and proved her consideration of keeping our embassies overseas safe when she let Benghazi burn down and lied about why this happened. She also has health issues that have been evident. She comes with a multitude of ‘baggage’ which can and will affect how she governs our country.
Donald Trump is definitely not the perfect candidate but promises to break the establishment entanglements and forge a new path. His choices for the Supreme Court will be more advantageous to the country and not likely to pander to private interest groups like the ones chosen by obama and which may be selected by Hillary.
However, in today’s news it has stated again that Mr. Trump is getting a poor showing among the Catholic vote! Seems to me that one has some choice in voting: vote for the better candidate this election which is definitely not Hillary Clinton. Refuse to vote, period, and basically by omission send the vote Hillary’s way, or vote for Gary Johnson who supports legalized marijuana, is against military intervention, long-time supporter of abortion, and is outspoken against religious freedom as he feels it creates a bias against the gay community. He is hoping to garner 15% approval and get to be on the debate stage but, still, the chance of him getting elected are slim so there goes another 15% of the vote to Hillary.
It is certainly an interesting age for this election year but it started eight years ago when people voted for historical purposes – the first black president regardless of his capabilities which have been shown to be lacking. Now, the same lemmings are voting for Hillary because they want to vote for historical purposes AGAIN – the first woman president regardless of her fitness to run and more seriously so, the lack of care about what she represents that is in contradiction to Catholic Law.
Any thinking and informed voter does not vote on ‘feelings’, history, or thinking it is some politician’s ‘turn’ to have a go at the White House. Any thinking Catholic would be turned off completely after seeing one of her few public speeches where she said she would never stop funding planned parenthood with OUR tax money. And how often do we have a candidate running with such clouds of deceit hanging over her head.
It is amazing how one’s Catholicism goes out the window when they decide to go out on their own and vote their heart or emotions or whatever drives them to the dark side. Basically, according to the Catholic voting outlines, you vote for the candidate that is more in line with the Church. If they are both in favor of something that doesn’t sit right with you like the abortion issue, you have to vote for the one that is the lessor of the ‘two evils’. We are literally in a state of war with ISIS and, up to now, the current president pretty much pretends it isn’t a problem while Christians and Jews suffer. Hillary is an extension of the last eight years. Trump IS the lessor of the ‘two evils’ by a long shot. In this election, not voting shouldn’t even be on the table for any caring American. We know what Hillary brings with her being in the ‘employ’ of Islam. Trump doesn’t owe anyone anything. It basically comes down to voting for an adamant, proud supporter of abortion at all stages or a man who hasn’t taken on that issue to such an extent. In this election, we have more of a chance with the unknown future. We have everything to lose with a Democratic win and four years more of the same.