If you vote for Donald Trump, either of two things will happen:

You will die in an honest-to-God nuclear holocaust started or provoked by President Trump


You will suffer from a domestic policy far more oppressive than Obama’s–President Hillary Clinton’s.

This is not a joke.

Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are equally self-serving–neither gives a damn about you, the Republican or Democratic Parties, or even the future of the United States.

You’d better pick another Republican candidate–any of the other four would be safer than Trump, though I’d recommend Ted Cruz.

This is not a joke.

If you vote for Donald Trump, you will be responsible for the loss of your life at the hands of Donald Trump–or the loss of all of your constitutional rights at the hands of Hillary Clinton.

Loyal Republican voters: Stop just feeling, and start thinking!


  1. 1 karenmusic95 March 2, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Really can’t imagine if Donald Trump becomes the US president!! I’m from Hong Kong and I’m studying international politics, may I ask why you support the Republican Party (I’m neutral)?

    • 2 solosocial March 2, 2016 at 12:58 pm

      Thank you for your comment.

      Actually, I don’t support the Republican Party–I despise it.

      In fairness, I don’t support the Democratic Party either–I despise it.

      I despise both the Republican and Democratic Parties, equally.

      It hasn’t always been this way, with me.

      When I first registered to vote, I registered as a Republican voter.

      I remained a Republican voter even in 1992, when I voted for Ross Perot–an independent presidential candidate (no political party affiliation whatsoever).

      I had no problem with George H.W. Bush or Bill Clinton, as candidates. But since the President of the United States had the same level of power that the entire U.S. Congress had, yet was only one person, I felt that the President should not be affiliated with any political party. And I still feel this way.

      However–though I hadn’t agreed with all of President Bush’s policies–I hardly agreed with any of President Clinton’s policies. In fact, I despised Clinton, as much for his arrogance as his leftist leanings.

      So when George W. Bush ran for President, in 2000, I really thought he would make a positive difference. And despite occasional misgivings, I voted for him, and supported his decision to send troops to fight al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan, after the 9/11 attacks.

      But when President Bush announced that he was sending troops to Iraq, in 2003, I was shocked. My first thought was, ‘Vietnam, Vietnam, Vietnam.’ Because I knew this would lead to a situation like that of the Vietnam War. I knew that–whether there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, or not–there was no clear and present danger posed by Iraq. This would be waging two wars at once. It would prolong the war in Afghanistan indefinitely, increase casualties among U.S. troops and civilians in Afghanistan, and make casualties of U.S. troops and civilians in Iraq.

      This was insane. Even President Bush’s father, George H.W. Bush, would not have made such a reckless decision as this.

      So I immediately turned against President Bush–feeling that he was betraying the trust of those who had voted for him. And because the Republican Party supported him in this insane decision (along with many Democrats, including Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton), I immediately turned against the Republican Party too.

      I changed my voting registration to Independent–where it remains today.

      The United States has never needed an independent president as much as it does now–a president who is not affiliated with any political party at all.

      These political parties were never meant to exist. The founders of this country foresaw many things. But they couldn’t foresee everything. George Washington was the only independent president of the United States, because there were no political parties when he was elected our first president. And he was dismayed to see, during his second term, this government of the people, by the people, and for the people–which he had fought for as General Washington, helped to establish as Statesman Washington, and led as President Washington–begin to unravel into factions.

      These political parties began as factions–a fracturing of our government. And they are still just that–factions.

      John Adams, President George Washington’s successor, was our first political-faction-affiliated president. And every U.S. president since John Adams has been a political-faction-affiliated president.

      Yet these factions could not be outlawed by the Federal Government–because then we would have a one-party state (a totalitarian state). And this is why they were not.

      However, if the Founding Fathers of this nation would have foreseen this fracturing of the government they had established, they almost certainly would have placed a fourth requirement for one to be eligible for the position of President of the United States–that the candidate should not be affiliated with any political party or faction.

      This can still be done. Congress can pass an amendment to the U.S. Constitution requiring that every U.S. president be independent–have no party affiliation whatsoever.

      But because Congress is composed of both Republicans and Democrats–their respective political factions being more self-serving than ever before–this will likely never happen.

      Nevertheless, we can still have a truly independent President of the United States if enough Americans get out of their political-party (political-faction) mindset, and elect a truly independent president.

      But if Donald Trump is elected President of the United States, he will inevitably start or provoke a nuclear war–guaranteeing, not only the annihilation of the United States, but the annihilation of its people.

      And if Hillary Clinton is elected President of the United States, she will appoint the most leftist lawyer conceivable to the U.S. Supreme Court, and impose the most leftist laws upon the American people in U.S. history–thereby driving this country closer toward totalitarianism than ever before.

      Simply put, Donald Trump would be a Fascist president, and Hillary Clinton would be a Communist president.

      President Donald Trump would be a Hitler, and President Hillary Clinton would be a Stalin.

      Thus it is imperative that neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton be elected President of the United States–ever.

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