The NeverTrump, NeverHillary forces look for alternatives

Caleb Howe:
I will never vote for Hillary Clinton. I just want to make that clear. There will never be a ballot in my name with a checkmark or a hole punched next to the name Hillary Clinton. Or any Clinton. It just isn’t going to happen.

People are abandoning the GOP after Trump’s victory, a move I applaud. They are looking at third party candidate, which is something the Tea Party base has talked about for years now but never quite pulled the trigger on. They are even officially registering as Independents or members of the Constitution or Libertarian parties.

Good, I say. Healthy for democracy, I say. Don’t vote for Hillary, I say.

Don’t you remember who Hillary is? I do.


There is no argument you can make against Trump that you can’t make against Hillary. Truly they are birds of a feather. The only slight difference is that Trump is clearly unstable and unfit, as opposed to Hillary who is corrupt and unfit. But that’s not a good enough reason for me to put my name next to a radically pro-abortion, radically social justice, global warming extremist like Hillary. And yes, again, all of those things apply equally to Trump.

Just look at what she herself says about her position on the issues. Heck, let’s just pick ONE issue. This is from Hillary’s website:

Climate change is an urgent threat and a defining challenge of our time—and Hillary Clinton has a plan to tackle it by making America the world’s clean energy superpower, taking bold steps to slash carbon pollution at home and around the world, and ensuring no Americans are left out or left behind as we rapidly build a clean energy economy.

What do you read there? That’s social justice “intersectionality” right there. It’s back-door socialism. If you’ve been to any gatherings of liberals, and I’ve been to many including Netroots Nation, they openly advocate using the “urgent” issue of global warming as a catalyst for social change. Reparations and redistribution to other countries. They want to take of America’s wealth and give to other nations. They call it Climate Justice. Look it up.

That’s Hillary. Is that something you want to vote for?
There is more.

I think it is time to deny both candidates a mandate.  Vote in the other races and send a message by not voting for President.


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