Why you should vote for Trump, even if you can't stand him

There are people who think that Trump is a monster, like that out-of-control animal terrorizing your otherwise peaceful neighborhood.  I could point out that his reputation has been unfairly attacked by his opponents, but many people I know simply do not like him – or trust him.  For those people, I offer this simple thought.

Let us say Trump really is a monster.  Hillary is just as bad – actually, much worse.  Let us concede, then, that no matter who wins in November, the White House will be occupied by a monster.  Our only hope, then, is a strong leash – a system of constraints that will limit the damage the monster can do.

With Trump, there will be a leash.  The media will oppose him at every turn.  So will the opposition party.   Members of his own party are already standing up to him. 

But with Hillary, there will be no leash.  The media will not constrain her – and neither will any members of her own party.  She has violated many laws, and instead of investigating and prosecuting, those who should indict her are spearheading the cover-up.  If Hillary becomes president, they will turn a blind eye to her abuses, and they will cheer her on as she terrorizes the neighborhood.

We have a choice in this election.  If you see little difference between the two monsters, then look at the leash.  Vote for the one who will be kept on the leash.  Vote for Trump.

There are people who think that Trump is a monster, like that out-of-control animal terrorizing your otherwise peaceful neighborhood.  I could point out that his reputation has been unfairly attacked by his opponents, but many people I know simply do not like him – or trust him.  For those people, I offer this simple thought.

Let us say Trump really is a monster.  Hillary is just as bad – actually, much worse.  Let us concede, then, that no matter who wins in November, the White House will be occupied by a monster.  Our only hope, then, is a strong leash – a system of constraints that will limit the damage the monster can do.

With Trump, there will be a leash.  The media will oppose him at every turn.  So will the opposition party.   Members of his own party are already standing up to him. 

But with Hillary, there will be no leash.  The media will not constrain her – and neither will any members of her own party.  She has violated many laws, and instead of investigating and prosecuting, those who should indict her are spearheading the cover-up.  If Hillary becomes president, they will turn a blind eye to her abuses, and they will cheer her on as she terrorizes the neighborhood.

We have a choice in this election.  If you see little difference between the two monsters, then look at the leash.  Vote for the one who will be kept on the leash.  Vote for Trump.