...or pushing against Hillary Clinton.
No, I haven't changed my mind about which is the less evil candidate; which will do more harm. But I've come to an agreement with myself and this is it.
For many years, I have had the thought that there are three types of people in the world, three groups.
There are those who love you...almost to the point of it not mattering what you do.
There are those who hate you...almost to the point of it not mattering what you do.
And there are those to whom you can speak, challenge, educate, share, discuss...until they choose to be in one of the groups above.
There is nothing gained by speaking to the haters. Speaking to those who love you feels good and is important but speaking to the third group is why I write and share my thoughts.
I think further discussing and wasting time and emotion on this election is not beneficial. I didn't watch the debate. I hope Hillary does end up in jail...maybe to share a cell with Bill for his treatment of women (not words said to a man on a bus 11 years ago).
Vote America...so that you never think the outcome might have been different if you had voted .
Vote for your democracy if not your heart.
Those who support one candidate or the other will not change their minds. The election held today or in a month has been decided already.
I don't plan on spending any more time on this because it feeds the incorrect attitude that somehow the world revolves around the United States. It doesn't.
In the next month, I'll be visiting at least 3 countries and maybe as much as 5. There's a whole world out there beyond your borders and they are watching in shocked disbelief. It's a big world and Americans make a mistake in not recognizing that beyond your borders, important and dangerous things are happening.
Yesterday, two people were murdered in a terror attack in Jerusalem. Two worlds crashed. A husband, three daughters and six grandchildren are struggling today to understand how God took the heart of their family away.
A young widow, married only five months thinks the world has ended. She thinks of the home they'll never build and the children they'll never have.