The issue is not whether a voter wants “change.” The choice for every American this year is between a candidate who is qualified to be the president and the three competing candidates all of whom are woefully unqualified.
This question has been asked: “Who do you know who has denigrated immigrants, the handicapped, Muslims and Mexicans; trashed all our recent trade agreements; mounted a fraudulent campaign claiming our president was not born in this country; insulted the whole presidential selection process by running for the highest office without doing a shred of homework; boasted of grabbing women by their genitals; disparaged our NATO allies; praised the dictatorial president of Russia and encouraged him to hack Democratic Party emails; vowed to prosecute his campaign rival if he got elected; threatened to curb the freedom of the press; suggested that gun rights advocates might take the law into their own hands if Hillary Clinton won; insulted the parents of a slain Iraq war hero; been accused by 11 women of sexual assault or other unwelcome physical advances; sought to undermine America’s electoral system by claiming, without a shred of evidence, that it is so “rigged” he can’t promise to concede if he loses; and been cited for lying about more things more times in more ways on more days than any presidential aspirant in history?” This question leaves out his proposal to make torture an acceptable tactic, thereby sanctioning the practice for use on our own American troops!
Any elected official who simply states that they will vote for this person for president because he is a Republican does not deserve the vote of anyone who cares about this country. They are declaring, as our political leaders, that they will vote for his brand of “change.”
Also, a sentence that might qualify for the Guinness book for length and number of semi-colons.