The pending election for President is perhaps the most important in history when viewed from the standpoint of the survival of our constitutional republic, capitalistic form of government. Four more years of the actions and policies of the past eight years will ensure we will be a banana republic with no bananas.
Perhaps the most important issue in play this election is the Supreme Court. The present administration has perfected the notion that activist judges are proper, and their ideology and how they will apply same when ruling on cases, is a proper parameter when appointing judges. This notion is a screaming insult to the Constitution! The Supreme Court is to view the case before them and determine if the issues in question insult the Constitution, period. They are to be referees, not advocates. The left appointed judges, by their appointers, are expected to rule based upon the principles of the progressive liberal agenda. The right appointed judges are expected to rule based upon the Constitution and if ambiguous, what the founders intended when framing the Constitution. The vagaries of the English language at times require such an investigation. Note the left are ideologues, and the right are, as the Constitution requires, interpreters of the Constitution which is not and ideology.
The choices this election are the most unpalatable in my lifetime and I have voted in every presidential election since 1960. We have a choice between an egomaniac and perhaps the most corrupt and dishonest person to ever run for political office in this country. The choice is not the lessor of two evils but the choice of bad verses disastrous. In one case we have at least a chance to survive as the Country we were intended to be, in the other case, no chance at all. I had rather have a semi-trained chimpanzee than Hillary Rodham Clinton. She has vowed to continue the transnationalism of Barak Obama which can only lead to us becoming a third world country. We are on the verge of becoming the first deindustrialized nation in the history of the world.
Obama has literally tried to butcher the Constitution after several times swearing an oath to uphold it. This is a prime example, among many, of his disdain for the Constitutional process and the value of his word. Just one example, he has amended legislation 43 times regarding the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). For instance he extended dates several times, by edict, even though the statute was passed by both Houses and signed by him which is clearly the constitutionally mandated method of enacting policies the citizens are expected to live by.