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Saturday, October 8, 2016

I Don’t Like Hillary Clinton Or The Democratic Party. I’m Voting For Them Anyway

By Washington Post, Oct 06, 2016 

Imagine: You spend weeks wondering if your spouse is cheating on you. You ask him about it, and he denies it. Then one day, you find his emails clearly showing that he has been cheating. You confront him about it, and he shrugs it off. You see no remorse in him. If anything, you see contempt. You start entertaining dark thoughts in your suffering. One night while you’re fighting, an intruder breaks into your house. The intruder points a gun at both of you and threatens to hurt you and your children. Do you keep fighting your spouse, or do you try to figure out how both of you and the children can make it out alive? 
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  1. I am glad that you have decided to vote for Hillary Clinton. I'm wondering how you came to this decision. Thank you

  2. You could be voting for Gary Johnson. Not perfect, but way better than the other two. Voting for someone you don't like is truly a wasted vote.


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