Sorry guys, but I’m still voting Trump.
Solomon
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The problem I see with this logic is the idea that “disruption” or radical change will fall out the way you or anyone else hopes for.

I’ll bet we both might agree upon things like the need for radical campaign-finance reform, or unchecked military spending.

Trump, I think, will unfortunately demolish core American institutions and ideas along the way: Press freedoms. Treaty agreements. Free speech. Geneva conventions. Undermining the sciences (cf. his anti-vaxxer stance). I could go on. He will do everything in his power to become a dictator — permanently damaging the executive branch.

In my view, the damage he will do to our nation, at home and abroad, outweighs any benefit to disrupting the aforementioned issues that rightly do need disrupting. I am compelled to preserve democracy first.

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