Election day is here and after a trip to the dentist (I kid you not) I will be heading to the polls with a paper bag to breathe into so I don’t pass out as I vote for Trump.
I’d rather stay at the dentist.
I don’t want to vote in this election and I don’t ever want to live in a world where either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton are President of the United States of America. Maybe it’s the end times we’ll all be burnt to a crisp before the polls close. Maybe this election is all a big joke and just as the polls are opening God will come down from heaven and say, “Just kidding!” Or maybe it’s all just been a bad dream.
I’m pretty sure it’s real though, because you can’t make this stuff up.
Donald Trump is pretentious, brazen and continually makes absurd and offensive statements.
If I feel that strongly against him, how can I possibly in good conscience vote for him? Because the government is terrible at running things. Case in point: the DMV.
But Hillary Clinton scares the crap out of me.
She lies with frightening ease, she is corrupt in her political dealings, but most of all, she’s a Democrat. I would vote for anyone short of Hitler if I thought it would keep the Democratic Party out of office.
As a Conservative Mormon Woman who loves this country I am absolutely shocked that a someone as brazen and audacious as Donald Trump has become the Republican nominee for President of the United States of America. I know very few people who actually like him and I’m really not sure how enough people voted for him in the primaries to get him nominated.
But it’s November 8th and these are our choices.
I absolutely can in good conscience vote for the candidate that I see as the lesser of two evils because it’s better than voting for the one I see as the greater of the two evils.
I have friends voting left, right, and everywhere in between.
I love them all and we agree to disagree on a lot of issues. It’s what gives our lives flavor! So don’t hate on me for voting for Trump. I’m just a right-wing nut-job heading to the polls with clean teeth and a Xanax in her pocket in case of a panic attack.