Today millions of Americans will head to the polls to choose the next president of the United States. Personally, I hope they cast a vote for Donald Trump, and here is my rationale:
I was never a Donald Trump fan. I was a Ted Cruz guy, and he received my primary vote. Trump won the nomination fair and square, and while I would have preferred someone else, Trump is the nominee.
We are seldom faced with easy choices in life. Rarely are things presented in black and white, especially in politics. This election, like many of the recent presidential elections, offers a choice of two less-than-desirable candidates. Donald Trump can be a boorish oaf, and Hillary Clinton is a serial liar.
The question you must answer is this: Which candidate will leave the country better off than it was before this election? For me, the answer is Donald Trump. I trust Donald Trump to secure our borders, rebuild our military, nominate conservative jurists to the Supreme Court, and generally abide by the Constitution.
Most importantly, I trust he will respond when our embassies are attacked and our citizens slaughtered.
I do not know if my trust is misplaced, but I do know we cannot elect Hillary Clinton. We do that by voting, and by voting for Donald Trump instead of a third-party candidate. Those votes are essentially a vote for Hillary, so if you are leaning in that direction, please reconsider.
Today I get my opportunity to end the Clinton regime forever, and finally close the book on the worst president in American history.