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I won’t vote for a Republican this election, and if something truly damning came out against Hillary, I wouldn’t vote for her either.

Dispatch Today :  I Won’t Vote for a Republican this Election, and if something truly damning came out against Hillary, I wouldn’t vote for her either.

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1. Hillary Clinton is extremely well qualified. Anyone who says otherwise must not be informed on the subject. Though she is qualified, I do believe that she comes off as inauthentic, and furthermore, she has too many scandals attached to her name to make me say “I’m with Her.”

2. Bernie Sanders is also extremely qualified — although personally, I would like him to at least speak more about his views on foreign policy. Any President who solely focuses on either the domestic or foreign situation of the United States is doomed to fail. I love Bernie’s message, and I love most of his ideas. But I also acknowledge the fact that he is very idealistic. How we would pass anything in our obstructionist congress is the question of the day.

3. Ted Cruz who dropped out from presidential race would have been worse than George W. Bush. Our country would survive those 8 years but would come out of them more divided than we have seen in awhile.

4. I think it’s fair to deduce what I think of Donald Trump from the Naked Opinion : here  and here and here

At the end of the day, I’ll probably support the Democratic Nominee. I won’t vote for a Republican this election, and if something truly damning came out against Hillary, I wouldn’t vote for her either. It is truly saddening to see such a political chasm between the left and the right, and only a really strong leader will be able to bridge the gap between the two. Time will tell if one develops.

Adrian Rivera

Adrian Rivera is a native of Mission, Texas. He is an incoming freshmen at Yale University where he will study History, Global Affairs, or Ethics, Politics, and Economics. Adrian was a Yale Young Global...