The ONE Astonishing Reason Why Liberals Will Vote for Hillary – Even Though They Don’t Like Her
Up-front WARNING here:
When you click the link below, you will enter liberal land.
Liberals might not like hearing this, but it’s almost certainly going to be Hillary Clinton or a Republican in 2016.
It really breaks down to these two options: Either get on board with Hillary Clinton, even if she’s not everything you’ve dreamed of. – or – Whine because Sanders probably won’t win the nomination, become apathetic, then let Republicans win the White House in 2016; likely replace four Supreme Court Justices over the following 8 years; start a war with Iran; ruin the planet; destroy our economy again; and undo all the good that’s been done these last 6 years.
Yes, it’s really that simple. The question is, would you rather have a candidate who supports 60-70 percent of what you support, or almost none of it? And spare me this, “I’ll vote for an independent because Americans need to move away from the two-party, corrupt system that’s ruining this country” nonsense.
Look, if you want to waste a vote based on principles, that’s your choice. I’m telling all of those people right now, Republicans won‘t. In fact, Republicans are hoping that’s exactly what many liberals and independents will do. The system is what it is and it’s unlikely to ever change. We’ve mostly been a two-party system since the founding of this nation, and definitely have been for the last century and a half.
While some liberals will go off and pout in a corner, pointlessly carrying on about how their wasted vote is a “stance against a system they don’t support,” you know what Republicans will be doing? Voting for Republicans and destroying this country.
Pretty astonishing isn’t it?
The reason to vote Hillary?
Because Republicans are worse and we said so.
Stop thinking and just vote Hillary.
Sure she’s flawed and probably a felon, but…
Those Republicans, they’ll keep destroying the country.
Unlike The Clintons – two career political opportunists who have destroyed the concept of Rule of Law.