America is at the pinnacle of one of the most difficult crossroads in it’s history. Trump is the only candidate in the race who will turn the tables upside down in the temple of our corrupt government. I would throw all the bums out if I could. We are paying these people’s salaries and should take our country back. Sally, get a grip on reality. I am so sick of the holier-than-thou never-Trumpers, who don’t have enough brain capacity to think long-term. I will say it again, once the SUPREME COURT goes to the liberals, America is truly done. There will be no turning back. A vote for Evan McMullen is a vote better flushed down the toilet. The Supreme Court will give the illegals full voting rights and the democrats will be elected from now until kingdom come. THINK, FOR GOD’S SAKE BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!
October 26, 2016,8:44 am
October 26, 2016,7:31 am
Any change Hillary installs will be irreversible. Choose carefully!
October 25, 2016,6:27 pm
It’s simple, If you like what you have now and want more of the same go with Hillary.
If you don’t like the past 7+ years and want something other than what we are now experiencing then go with Trump.
The clearest choice in my adult lifetime & I’m nearly as old as dirt.
October 25, 2016,5:55 pm
Oh, there will be change, not status quo! It will either be for the better or worse … worse under another Clinton regime, I, for one, don’t care to be under the rule of a liar and a thief, not to mention a Soros puppet! Wake up, people!!!
October 25, 2016,5:37 pm
No, Trump is too much change not too little
October 25, 2016,5:25 pm
If you mean by “change” Trump, you wasted ink on this one. There is NOTHING BUT THE STATUS QUO available in either “major” (or erstwhile “major”) party. The only change available to voters this year would be Evan McMullin and a decision in the House to make him president. Short of that we have an eternity of Status Quo.
“When you have, in the Carrier case, political power used to bring pressure upon a privately owned institution… you are, in effect, at the end of the day, getting the federal government involved in capital allocation. There is a name for that, it’s called socialism.” — George Will