My thirteen-year old boys had an appointment this week. When we were done the provider who normally chats with me in that provider-to-provider way abruptly changed the conversation to tell me he finally deciding who was getting his vote. I was expecting this to be the lead in to some new Donald Trump joke. However, he […]
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The choice for any voter in this election is very simple, and I don’t understand why people don’t get it. Either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is going to be president. If the voter doesn’t like either, he or she has to decide who they dislike the least, and vote for that person. Since Clinton is ahead in the polls, if one declines to vote for whatever reason, or votes for a third-party, they are casting a vote in fact for Donald Trump. If they decline to take part in this election on philosophical grounds, that also is participating. It is a vote for Trump.
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