Kasich being the exception. If Kasich is the nominee, we might as well move. But in all seriousness, I do not understand those who say they would vote for Hillary or stay home.
With each of the Republican candidates for President, Republicans have a tangible bit of influence to help shape the Supreme Court nominee, laws, and regulations.
We have none of that with Hillary Clinton.
Christian, good luck getting a meeting with Hillary where she takes seriously your desire for a pro-life justice to replace Clarence Thomas. At least, even with Trump, you have the potential of that avenue.
Politics is often about the evils of two lessers, not the lesser of two evils. We find ourself in that fight time and time again surrounded by lessers and losers who want our vote.
I would gladly support Donald Trump. I’d gladly support Chris Christie. I’d gladly support Carly Fiorina. I’d gladly support the Republican nominee. I will make no primary endorsement, but I will endorse the nominee.
Victory goes to those who engage. If you pack up, go home, and sit it out you sure as heck are not winning.
I do not expect to win every fight. Frankly, I think the closer and closer we get to the last day that people of faith should expect to lose more than win. But win or lose I’m not going to sit on the sideline, I’m not going to vote for Hillary Clinton, and I am going to be able to honestly say I tried as opposed to thinking it is just too vile a process to be involved in.
It is the process given us by our founders and if we decide it is too vile or awful, that’s not on the politicians running, that’s on the voters they are catering too. And it being on the voters they are catering too, there are no saints among us.
I’ll gladly vote for the Republican nominee, knowing there is much on which he and I might disagree. But we will agree on more than the other side and at least have a shot at an open door.