Stop Clinton and Trump
By Donald Moskowitz
September 29, 2016
Recently, the New Hampshire Union Leader ran a front page editorial endorsing the Libertarian ticket of Johnson/Weld. Thank you for the foresight and intelligence to realize this is the only way a Fiscal Conservative can be elected President.
The demographics in this country favor electing a Democrat to office, because Democrats outnumber Republicans and many Independents tend to be socially liberal in their views. Additionally, Trump’s blunders alienates people from various voting blocs, and this only solidifies the eventuality of electing Clinton. Clinton is untrustworthy. She used a private email server to send and receive government emails, including documents that were classified secret and top secret. Based on her handling of the Benghazi debacle her judgement is in serious question. She is a Fiscal Liberal who is for big government and large welfare programs. She could stack the Supreme Court with her political ideology. Trump is disorganized and temperamental, shows signs of bigotry, and does not comprehend the nuances of the geopolitical forces in the world which impact our national security. He is unqualified to be President.
The first Presidential debate is over and Clinton might have looked better than Trump, but she is an accomplished debater. It would be great if Johnson could make the remaining debates so we could have a more robust and meaningful discussion of the major issues impacting our country and the world, and we might be able to limit the name calling. Johnson/Weld have to poll at least 15% in a number of polls to qualify for the remaining debates.
If the Libertarian ticket can pull enough electoral votes from Clinton and Trump to prevent either one from getting 270 electoral votes, the U.S. House of Representatives, which is controlled by the Republicans, will elect the next President.
Received September 29, 2016 - Published September 29, 2016
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