That’s it. That’s my endorsement: Hillary Clinton for president.
There’s not much more to say, although the media have gone on and on and on in recent days endorsing her as well.
If you plan to vote for Clinton – a deeply flawed person but an extremely well-qualified presidential candidate – you’re already on the right side.
You’re With Her.
I’m With Her.
Let’s get it done on Nov. 8 and hope she can work with Congress to slow the spread of terrorism, support renewable energy, clean the environment, battle climate change, raise the minimum wage and work for a better future of the American economy.
But if you think Donald Trump should be president – despite all the misogynistic, racist stuff he’s said interspersed with lie after lie about topic after topic over the last year – nothing I write here will dissuade you.
(I do hope, however, that Trump backers will choose to also read other stuff on this blog, which we might agree on. Thanks.)
If you are intent on supporting Gary Johnson or Jill Stein, it’s your choice to waste your vote on a highly questionable third-party candidate at a crucial time in American democracy.
Finally, if you claim to be “undecided” in this race, I’m really not sure what to say. Undecided voters must not know what the real issues are in this campaign. Undecided voters seem ready to be swayed by last-minute comments from either one of the candidates.
In short, most undecided voters are — how to put this delicately? — too ignorant to be trusted with a say in this election. Please stay home.
Hillary Clinton for president. It’s that simple. It’s that necessary.