Voting is a necessary act, but it is also a double edged sword. Why does one vote is the essential question. Does one vote for or against? To vote out of fear is to cheat the process, both the democratic one and the religious one. Better abstain than to vote against. As we look to vote, and it seems as if it will overwhelmingly be against Trump, let us be aware that Hillary, before and with Obama, has been the cause of more Muslim bloodletting than anyone in American history. Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan,Libya (not counting Haiti, Honduras, and if she has her way, Iran, Russia and China).
So to vote for Hillary in the name of stopping Trump is to welcome a proven evil in fear of an unknown one. As is stated very eloquently below:
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“In essence, if you vote for the ‘lesser evil’ you are still voting for an ‘evil’ and, more importantly, you have participated in and endorsed an ‘evil’ system: one which denies you a genuine ‘free and fair’ choice to vote for a candidate who actually represents your interests and views and has a reasonable chance of winning. And, having won, is then able to actually implement their policies (rather than be stymied by a power structure that has no intention of letting this happen). Given your circumstances, ‘the only winning move is not to play’ their corrupt game and to put your energy into a genuinely winning move: working for the regeneration of American society.”