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Old 08-29-2018, 11:35 AM
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As I got older and more experience I realized that voting for most individuals is as Chris said, a guessing game of who makes you feel good. I voted for McGovern and Clinton (once), and Bush, and McCain, and Romney and Trump. I have voted for many in both parties in many elections for state and local candidates. Those individuals are always consistent with the party views once they get into office.

This is why I now vote party line of Republican. I vote for a philosophy and a position on what they will do and vote in general. Voting for a person is a waste of a vote.

Trump is a prime example. You can dislike him as a person, or his morals or his tweeting, but he is consistent on his overall philosophy of less taxes, less government, right to life, legal aliens, freer trade, and that a strong economy overcomes a bunch of sins.
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