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A couple of real master debaters if i ever saw one.

Hey gang. Hope everyone is doing well. Got lots of things going on myself.

So the other night I caught bits and pieces from the Presidential debate. Oh lord what a mess that was. Gotta say it was not Trump’s finest hour, but Hillary wasn’t a guiding light either. 1 1/2 hours of Hillary accusing Donald of things, and him saying that he never said/did/believed whatever Clinton was saying. Of course the Twitterverse was proving him wrong on a real time basis, proving him a liar.

it didn’t help that he sat there and actually bragged about not paying his taxes, because he’s “smart”. No stupid, that makes you a tax cheat. No wonder he gets audited every year. The LAST thing a person running for president needs to do is admit he doesn’t pay taxes when moist of the country is paying through the nose.

It seems to me that a debate is just not Trump’s forte. He’s a business leader. He is used to Yes-men saying “yes sir.” and “no sir”. No matter how big the amount of bullshit he shovels, his cronies just stand their and take it and like it. He is not used to having someone actually counter his bullshit, call him out on it, and prove him wrong. Those kinds of people don’t take to well to being challenged like that, and it showed.

And the ending where Trump said he could say something mean and callus about Hillary but decided to take the high road was a load of junk. You aren’t the better person and it doesn’t redeem you in any way, especially for all the things you have said about a lot of other people along the way.

So, at least to me, Trump lost out on this performance, but make no mistake Hillary didn’t gain my vote either.

And it’s cool if you don’t either.

Now don’t get me wrong , I am voting. I am voting for myself, because I can. That is a right afforded to me many generations ago. I have the documentation to enter such a contest and I will exercise my right to do so. This isn’t about Bernie Sanders, this is about me having no confidence in either major party candidate. But I’m not telling you you have to do the same.

Of course the two major third party candidates are the Green Party’s Jill Stein and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, but there are many other parties with their own candidates as well in this year’s election. Constitution party candidate Darrell Castle, Independent party’s Evan McMullin, Rocky De La Fuente for the Reform and American Delta Parties, ¬†and about 26 other established 3rd party candidates.

There are a lot of choices out there. So if you truly dislike the two stammering bobble heads that stood for an hour and a half blowing hot air up our collective asses, not only do I suggest that you look up the other candidates and what they stand for, but also look up write-in ballot rules within your state or district to see how to make your vote count as well.

Don’t go with what the TV tells you, vote with your own mind and feeling.

You can see my published work HERE

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and remember, I’m STILL a candidate for President of the United States in 2016!

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