Too many people vote for a person and not the policies and successes from those policies.

Too many people vote for a person who they believe can play the movie or TV version of a President.  One who can play a President on the big or small screen but in reality are complete failures behind the scene.

The following was sent to me by one of my listeners.  This post or a version like it is from an anonymous post on social media has been shared thousands of times.  I found these words to be very true and should be read by as many as possible before they vote:

How will I vote? I am not voting for a man.

I am voting for the principles for which this country has stood since its founding.

I am voting for a constitutional government.

I am voting for a strong and viable military.

I am voting for a vibrant economy.

I am voting for the right to keep and bear arms.

I am voting for the freedom to worship.

I am voting for a national recognition of the founding of our nation on Biblical principles.

I am voting for the ability for anyone to rise above their circumstances and become successful.

I am voting for my children and grandchildren to be able to choose their own path in life, including how and where their children are educated.

I am voting for our borders to be open to everyone who enters under our law and closed to everyone who would circumvent or ignore the law.

I am voting for the Electoral College to remain in place, so that a few heavily populated liberal centers do not control the elections.

I am voting for a Supreme Court that interprets the Constitution rather than rewrites it.

I am voting to teach history, with all its warts, not erase it or revise it.

I am voting for the sanctity of life from conception to birth and after.

If you believe in the above words, who will you vote for?

I know who I will be voting for, the only person who stands between all of the above thoughts is President Trump.  

The only person that stands between us and anarchy is President Trump.

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