Reasonable Republicans, It’s OK to Sit This Election Out
But that’s not you! You don’t want a president who would consider returning to separate water fountains if he thought it would appeal to his rabid base. You care about the direction of your party, and you’re worried now that it’s nominating a bag of butterscotch pudding with terrible opinions as a standard bearer.
But you’ve voted Republican your whole life. You grew up with a poster of Ronald Reagan above your bed. You hate Hillary Clinton, who Benghazi Whitewater emails Travelgate Clinton Foundation [holds down power button until your brain reboots] who is very bad. You were certain after eight years of Barack Obama, America would want a change from his destructive policies, like providing health care coverage to millions of people and bringing the economy back from the brink of a total meltdown caused by the last Republican president.
Now you have to ask yourself: How much do you hate Hillary Clinton? How much do you love the Republican Party? Maybe what it really comes down to is how much you love America.
Can you really call yourself a patriot and pull the lever for Donald Trump? Can you watch five minutes of his meandering, insane stump speech and then put this maniac who believes nothing but will say anything behind the Resolute desk?
Of course you can’t. You and I (a godless liberal who believes abortion is good) can agree on one thing: Donald Trump is a buffoon who has no business running a meeting, let alone the whole dang United States of America.
I’m here with a message: It’s OK. You can sit this one out. You can leave your vote for president blank or write in “Zombie Ronald Reagan” or “Dick Cheney’s Magic Robot Heart.” You’ll survive four years of another President Clinton while you’re waiting to nominate Nikki Haley in 2020.
You love your country. Can you honestly vote to elect Donald Trump to the highest office in the land? You support the troops; are you really going to make Donald Trump their commander in chief?
This has nothing to do with ideology. It’s about — as Trump himself would happily crow — quality. Trump is not a quality human being. And even the Republican Party deserves better.Watch highlights of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s Super Tuesday victory speeches.
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