Thanks to Jay at the Happy Traveler for this post. We owe it to ourselves, our country, and the world to vote for caring and love over fear, hate and divisiveness.
I heard a news commentator say this morning, with some unrealized optimism, that perhaps the Presidential Debates that begin tomorrow night will at long last be the beginning of a “serious Presidential Contest.”
The Los Angeles Times states that, “Scope of Trump’s falsehoods unprecedented for a modern presidential candidate.”
Stephen King says, “Trump Presidency scares me to death.”
Former President George H.W. Bush has said that he will vote for Hillary Clinton.
The Washington Post says that Donald Trump,” is mounting a campaign of snarl and sneer, not substance.”
The Washington Post goes on to say, “He is desperate for affirmation but contemptuous of others’ views. He also is contemptuous of fact. Throughout the campaign he has unspooled one lie after another-that Muslims in New Jersey celebrated after 9/11, that his tax cut plan would not worsen the deficit, that he opposed the Iraq War before it started, and when…
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