Thursday, October 20, 2016

The Charade of Choice

If any person of voting age in America is considering voting for the Democratic or Republican nominees for President and Vice President of the United States, you should seriously seek help and wisdom. How can you say in good conscience that either of these 2 candidates is the way for America to move forward into the 21st century. In my 65 years, I've seen war mongers and peace nicks, I've seen racists and I've seen socialist candidates, but I have never witnessed the profoundly damaged ethos and character these candidates exhibit. The Constitution provides that our government is balanced by a President, Congress, and a Supreme Court. You can not balance extremism, and therefore, you certainly must not allow it to prevail. Corporate and political corruption, funded by untold special interest money, have orchestrated the perfect charade of choice in which they provide the choices, but no matter what choice you make, you lose. My conscience tells me I must act, but my country gives me little choice. This is worse than 1776. We didn't have a country back then, but we're about to lose one now. Gutless or not, the best we can hope for is that not a shot will be fired.
Truth, justice for all, and integrity that is beyond reproach, must remain the standards of government. Who among us can step forward to say this is the government, this is the country we have now? Full stop America, dire consequences are ahead unless wisdom prevails. We now have 19 days left. This election can not be allowed to continue...Stop the charade. It will be a painful and extremely difficult undertaking, but we must demand a redo of the entire election because this choice is no choice. I realize more than you know that what I'm suggesting is unprecedented in the history of America, but these are unprecedented and dire times. Our Constitution and country demand more from us, and we must have the wisdom to realize that and act. I seriously don't know how else to have said this, and you don't have to agree, but thank you for at least taking the time to read it.

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