Before you say you won’t vote for whomever is nominated, consider this:

The excuses: won’t vote for the lesser of 2 evils; standing on my principles; his demeanor not presidential; his hair is funny; he loves everybody and every state; he repeats himself; he’s a name caller; he’s said crude things; not all his companies have been successful; his Dad gave him a big inheritance; he’s conceited; he’s one of those dreaded millionaires and billionaires; he’s a TV star; he’s had 3 wives; he donated to Democrats and other politicians; his SOTU speeches may be weird; he is not a true Conservative; he is not a politician; his fair trade policy will ruin the economy; he will try to deal with Putin; he may practice the ‘art of the deal’ with Republicans and with Democrats in Congress and even with the WH Chef; he won’t let taxpayers foot the bill for vacations, he won’t bring slutty performers into the WH, he won’t carry water for big donors.

 The translation: we fear he will put a stop to the liars and corruption in government; we fear that citizens will have an ally in the White House: what if he really loves America?

 The conclusion:  Voting Democratic in the Nov. 8, 2016 election or voting third party while reversing the will of the voters are sure ways of guaranteeing the Same ol’ Stuff.

        Food for Thought

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Some people have brought up the fact that they won’t vote for Trump if he’s the eventual nominee.  I just want to put something in perspective.

Justice Scalia’s seat is vacant.  Ginsberg is 82 years old,  Kennedy is 79,  Breyer is 77,  and Thomas is 67.  Nowadays, the data

shows that the average age of a Supreme Court justice retirement or death occurs after 75. These are 5 vacancies that will likely come up over the next 4-8 years.  The next President will have the power to potentially create a 7-2 Supreme Court skewed in their ideology.

Think about that 7-2.  If the next President appoints 5 young justices, it will guarantee control of the Supreme Court for an entire generation.  And 7-2 decisions will hold up much more over time than 5-4 decisions which are deemed to be lacking in mandate.

Hillary has made it clear she will use the Supreme Court to go after the 2nd Amendment.  She has literally said that the Supreme Court was wrong in its Heller decision stating that the Court should overturn and remove the individual right to keep and bear arms.  Period.

Everyone saying that they won’t vote for one candidate or the other if they are the GOP nominee, please realize this.  If Hillary Clinton wins and gets to make these appointments, you likely will never see another Conservative victory at the Supreme Court level for the rest of your life, Ever.



Comment (1)

  1. Dael

    Great commentary; everything else becomes secondary to the possiblity/probablility of losing our 2nd Amendment.


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