Is this the best we can do?

So our presidential race has come down to this?

15 thoughts on “Is this the best we can do?

  1. It is sad but I believe that I have a better chance of winning the Power Ball Lottery than Gary Johnson does in becoming President Of The United States Of America. When is the last time a third party candidate was elected to the Presidency? Hilary and Trump are a “crap shoot” in the terms of a gambler and basically that is what America is stuck with. Berny Sanders would be just as bad as Hilary and the chances of him beating out Hilary for the nomination are no better than Obama winning a third term. What a disaster that would be!

    1. For those who believe as you, that might makes right and that electing the only choice most likely to preserve the constitution that has secured more liberty and financial security for everyone within its jurisdiction than all its socialistic and tyrannical competition is folly, then go right ahead and vote for either the Democratic or Republican candidate.

      On the other hand, if you believe that attaining 15 percent of those polled which makes a candidate eligible to be included in the national debates is important to many voters who don’t realize that there is a more qualified person in the race… then vote for someone you can count on to support the constitution, rational economic policy and less government interference in your expected daily freedom… Gary Johnson.

      Nevertheless, you (we) are going to get what we deserve. Regardless.

  2. The only non-mainstream candidate that’s remotely capable of winning is the only one who is on the ballot in all 50 states… Gary Johnson. And with the polled majority of voters with a negative view of both the Dem and Repub – now is the best time in my memory to get rid of them for at least a little while.

    Nobody is going to believe exactly as we do, but most of the socially liberal, fiscally conservative views held by Libertarian candidates are better than what we’ve had for over 50 years. IMHO.

... and that's my two cents