December 17, 2017

Questions to ask yourself before casting your vote today

I’m still in my self-imposed news blackout. That does not mean that I do not care what’s going on. For those who have not yet cast their vote, here are a few things you might want to think about as you decide upon your chosen presidential candidate:

Which candidate is more likely to protect your free speech?

Which candidate is more likely to protect your free exercise of your religion?

Which candidate is more likely to protect your right to peaceable assembly?

Which candidate is more likely to protect your right to petition the government for redress?

Which candidate is more likely to support your right to keep and bear arms?

Which candidate is more likely to place upon the Supreme Court justices who respect the Constitution?

Which candidate is more likely to respect your right to live in a safe society, one in which those police officers who respect the rules are in turn respected and allowed to do their job?

Which candidate is more likely to limit immigration to legal immigrants (who are part of America’s life blood) and not illegal immigrants (who breach America’s sovereignty and destroy the rule of law)?

Which candidate is more likely to respect scientific fact, rather than repeatedly disproven scientific theories, ranging from anthropogenic climate change to gender theory?

Which candidate is more likely to be a friend to Israel?

Which candidate is less likely to Balkanize America by subdividing it into victim classes fighting for government spoils?

Which candidate is more likely to act aggressively to protect Americans and, indeed, Western civilization from the depredations of radical Islamists?

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Which candidate cheats less than the other?

What candidate has so completely coopted the media that it has become impossible to trust the American media for truthful, balanced reporting?

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Bookworm came late to conservativism but embraced it with passion. She’s been blogging since 2004 about anything that captures her fancy — and that’s usually politics. Her blog’s motto is “Conservatives deal with facts and reach conclusions; liberals have conclusions and sell them as facts.”