Good Morning! Election 2016: final day of Halloween

Go vote today.  Here are your choices:


Yes, it seems like an extension of Halloween, but thank God that you can vote at all.

The choices are spooky and far from optimal, but at least better than no choice at all.

And a far better situation than being stuck with some Castro as your “president”forever.

Keep Abraham Lincoln’s words in mind today:

“Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.”

Yes, and keep in mind that some blisters hurt a hell of a lot more than others.

And also keep in mind which of these two candidates will continue to pursue and enhance the policies of the man that King Raul would love to keep at the White House.

And… finally….never forget what Mr. Rogers would have to say about the choice we face and about voting on a beautiful day like today:

It’s a neighborly day in this presidentwood,
A neighborly day for a president,
Would you be mine? Could you be mine?

… Won’t you please, won’t you please,
Please won’t you be my president?

3 thoughts on “Good Morning! Election 2016: final day of Halloween”

  1. You’re right Dr. Eire, it’s a choice between two horrors. Trump was far from my first choice, it was Ted Cruz, but, alas, Trump with his lies and vicious campaign going as far as accusing Ted’s father of killing Kennedy destroyed Cruz’s chances to become president and make real change. The Trumpanzees who have supported Trump’s campaign from the getgo are the lowest common denominator–uninformed, vicious and racist voters. Still, I have no choice but to vote for Trump given that the alternative is Hillary Clinton. I don’t like her and despise Bill for the Elian saga. I can’t stomach him anywhere near the White House. I personally don’t trust Trump and I think that he will go back on his promise to undo Obongo’s Cuba policies, but I have no choice. With Hillary, it’s the same path as Obongo, with Trump there is a chance of a change in policy.

  2. What really destroyed Cruz’s chances was the fact that the execrable Republican establishment couldn’t stand him and acted accordingly. That was not the only factor, but it was definitely up there.

  3. And yes, with Trump at least there is some chance of improving Cuba’s situation; with the Clintons there is zero chance of that and it is virtually guaranteed that they will make things worse than they already are, which is saying something.

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