Letter to the Editor: People on the fence should consider Trump

Now that most people have made up their minds on the election, the people that are going to vote for Donald Trump and the people that are going to vote for Hillary Clinton, let’s all encourage the people that are on the fence, or just state they are not going to vote at all because they do not like either choice, to look beyond the presidential candidate for a second.

It is imperative to influence those people to vote for Trump. This is a crucial and very important election. The direction of our nation and our children’s future is at stake.

Let’s use this analogy. It’s like peeling back an apple, banana or an orange. You don’t like the peel, but you like what’s underneath of it.

First, let’s peel back the presidential candidates and look at the VP candidates.

Senator Tim Kaine is a carbon copy of Hillary Clinton. You don’t like the peel, but the rotten fruit tastes just as bad. He has the same attitude, behavior, political policies, persona, and just plain old progressive socialist liberal Alinsky schtick that Hillary has been pushing for over 30 years. Furthermore, this type of governing hasn’t worked in Europe for centuries and certainly doesn’t work in a free America today. If the last eight years aren’t proof enough, what does it take to convince you?

Trump’s VP sidekick Governor Mike Pence. This guy has my attention: what a helluva calm, cool, calculated, level-headed, articulate, knowledgeable, and factual individual. He really politically excites the masses, especially after his debate performance a few weeks ago. His personality and mannerisms are different from Trump’s, which is good, and his conservative political platform is spot-on, where he brings a good, even balance to the GOP ticket. For that reason, a person should give a nod to Trump.

Second, this takes some research, but this is critical to make an intelligent decision. Look at the political policies and issues, home and abroad, national and foreign policies of both parties. If your political beliefs lean more with either one, then, that’s where you should feel compelled to vote for your choice. Hope it’s Trump!

I have said, “Have you ever agreed with your family 100 percent of the time?” No one has ever said “Yes.” You know you don’t. So, what makes you think you will agree with your candidate or elected official 100 percent of the time?

If you agree with your candidate or elected official 85 percent of the time, then, you are to the good.

Third, as I stated, this is a crucial and critical election. The next president will choose one to three Supreme Court justices in the coming months and years. People, this is HUGE! Do I need to remind you that our Supreme Court has been conservatively run for decades, and that’s what has made the United States the great country it is?

In the second debate, Hillary Clinton, if elected, laid out her vision of the Supreme Court appointees to be a carbon copy of her Progressive, Socialist, Marxist, Liberal and God-awful political views. Donald Trump, if elected, laid out his vision of continuing the Conservative views of Anthony Scalia.

Ladies and Gentlemen, that should be another reason to vote for Donald Trump. To preserve, protect and defend the conservative Constitutional principles that founded our nation and grew it from nothing into something in a very short period of time, 240 years, to be exact.

I implore to your sense of patriotism, principles, love of God, state and country to look beyond the media political showmanship, lies, undermining and deception which is typical of those who want control of us in this election. The Establishment, both Democrat and Republican, don’t want to lose the power over us. Ignore the media; they want to influence our decisions. For that reason, you should vote for Donald Trump.

Ronald Reagan quoted, “We the people tell the government what to do; it doesn’t tell us,” and “Man is not free, unless government is limited.”

We need to work hard to convince the undecided people and the disgusted people to VOTE. The security and legacy of our nation’s future depend upon it. If you care for your children’s and grandchildren’s future, livelihood and security of America for future generations, you should VOTE for Trump/Pence Nov. 8, 2016.

Vote, Vote, Vote! The last eight years have been a disaster only because people in the last elections didn’t VOTE! I hope everything works out for all of us.

Lacey Lafferty

Laurel

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