vote for Marco Rubio, when he exhibits behaviors reminiscent of a drunken "frat
boy" who hasn't learned that there is actually life outside his narrow view of
things? Should Mr. "I'm the most
conservative person in the field" Cruz, who makes his living voicing positions
that would make Joe McCarthy proud, be the champion of the party? Does "The Donald" have any core positions on
anything? Should we vote for a self
described socialist who openly advocates forced redistribution of wealth? Is Hillary Clinton, a 25 year insider with
numerous political enemies, the person who can break the gridlock in Washington? The answer to this multiple choice question
is, "E. None of the above."
immature and seemingly incapable of independent thought. Cruz is out of touch with a rapidly changing
demographic. Trump is a cartoonish fop. When imagining any of the three serving in
the capacity of president, does the word "statesman" come to mind? Do any of them seem capable of rising to the
challenges facing our nation right now?
The answer is no. It's obvious.
Bush, G.W. Bush, Jeb Bush, and Mitt Romney were run out to the stage in
succession to convince us all of how bad Trump would be for the country. To that conclusion, one must agree. He's a joke in the context of the
presidency. Sadly, no one else seems
more capable. Even John Kasich struggles
to show relevance.
for America to demand better from our elected or soon to be elected
officials. We must. For ourselves, for our children's futures,
and for the future of our country, we must be engaged, informed, and motivated
to make better choices.
John currently lives near Seattle, and comments on political events shaping the news. He is married, and his background includes careers as a professional bowler and golfer as well as sales and marketing management in the jet engine component (more...