To start with, I am an Independent Conservative. While I always make up my own mind, many on my Facebook account have tried to urge me to vote for their candidate. I have been called “The problem, Un-American, Communist, etc. I can’t use my own mind to decide, others have to do it for me, “Really?”
I have stated that I will vote for the Republican nominee because while I am not a party line voter, this year for me there is no way I would vote Democrat, then honestly I never Have.
I also have to be honest and say, that I have not been to impressed with the GOP neither. But this year I see that as Americans, we are in a fight to save what we call our Constitutional Republic. To me that is foremost what is at stake this year.
While I did not vote for President Obama, I did hope that he would have somehow done what is right for the country. While many in his party say he has done a great job, I just don’t see it.
It’s pretty bad though when I have to stop and think, that I will hope, that Donald Trump will turn our country around, and as he says, “Make America Great Again.” Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against Trump, I just don’t see him as Presidential right now. I hope he proves me wrong and walks the walk as President if so elected.
What I have seen in the last seven years from both parties is this: “My Way or No Way!” it has in my opinion been all party politics, and not what is best for the country and the American people.
Political correctness is a term that also in the last seven years has become a household word in America. It is also a term that in my opinion, is killing the American dream and Indology that has kept America what it once was,”Great!“.
Okay, so there is no doubt that no matter what common sense Americans say they are observing, Our observations will be touted as wrong. And I say, where there is no compromise, there is no hope of progress. For all those who say that because their candidate is not the nominee, they will not vote, I say, “Congratulations President Clinton!“
But it is my opinion. That is still allowed in America, isn’t it? So will we stand together for the Republican Vote as an alternative to Hillary Clinton, or continue with what we have now?
Roger A. Sanchez Sr. @ Gunny’s Mail Call.Com