by John Galt
November 2, 2016 05:00 ET
Over the past two nights I have posted the theoretical consequences of both major party candidates winning the 2016 Presidential Election.
Needless to say, either result is quite poor for our nation.
One candidate will become Eva Peron with a dictatorship that imposes draconian restrictions of freedom and a perpetual state of war to offset the economy failures of Keynes over the past fifty years.
The other candidate is winging it, untrustworthy, and leans towards Progressive solutions when his back is against the wall blaming everyone but himself for the consequences of his own actions and decisions.
Thus with that in mind, here are the major party candidates available to me on the Florida ballot worthy of mention and why I did not vote for them:
1. Hillary Rodham Clinton (Democrat) – First of all she’s a Democrat and an oligarch. That alone disqualifies her but her vengeful dictatorial tendencies along with not just a Progressive streak but outright Marxist ideological center should scare the crap out of anyone. The only way I would vote for her is if I were dead and the Democrat Party decided to vote for me two or three times.
2. Donald J. Trump (Republican) – He’s not qualified due to his checkered and somewhat deceitful past promoted by his own propaganda machine. I don’t think he’s a billionaire or otherwise wouldn’t he have invested at least $100 million in the last month if he were serious about defeating Hillary? We’ve had over 24 years of liars and bullcrappers in the White House and it is time for someone serious. At no point in his campaign speeches, advertisements, or during the debates with anyone did he ever use the word or advocate for the “Constitution.” He can not be trusted and has all the tenets of someone like Herbert Hoover for solutions when the going gets tough.
3. Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – A Progressive in Constitutional sheep drag. He once stated that a “fee is not a tax” which is an instant disqualification as it indicates he does believe in non-Constitutional application of tax policy upon the citizenry. The open border policy flies in the face of the Constitutional requirements for the office and his inability to articulate anything remotely knowledgeable about foreign policy is downright terrifying. It’s a shame too because I was ready to vote for him again until he started acting like a fool.
4. Evan McMullin (Independent/RINO) – In a shameful Bushite attempt to sabotage Donald Trump, this guy has no shame at all. He’s pro-TPP, an advocate of the Jeb! border solution, and another in the long line of RINO’s who advocate unconstitutional solutions by intervening or starting foreign conflicts. No thanks and good luck with that Utah.
5. Jill Stein (Green Party) – Positives: She’s an honest Marxist. Negatives: She’s an honest Marxist. I won’t vote for a Marxist. Period. Ever.
Since I’ve lost many friends for my principled stand, refusing to submit to the abuse of the readers, message board keyboard warriors, Twitteridiots, and others who think intimidation and refusal to acknowledge facts will change my mind to vote for Cheetos Jesus, I simply state the following:
Only ONE candidate has repeatedly quoted, sworn to, and validated support for the Constitution of the United States of America. He has based all of his policy proposals and statements based on the Constitution and thus he received my vote:
For those who object, want to write megabytes of threatening drivel, or just attack me for not being “part of the team”, knock yourselves out.
I don’t care as I said I would never vote for another phony.
Never again, MEANT, never again.