There is no one, I do not doubt, who is following the campaigns for election as President of the United States of America, who does not weigh up what the candidates say and what it bodes for the future. The bulk of the questions o the various debates, during the campaign talks, in the news media, concern what a candidate will do after they are elected to the office. Will they support this or that Right? Will they go against this or that former policy? Will they stop this, or start that?
Judging the candidates on their answers is a perilous venture: few if any are capable of keeping all their promises once they’ve been elected, regardless of to which office or position it may be: they is simply too much they do not know. There are too many things to be taken into consideration which have not yet happened. There is too much at stake.
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One thing you can be sure of, though, is that the way they act, especially towards ordinary people, during their campaign gives a good insight into their character, and it is character as much as anything which will be important in the future.
So a person who claims that he can walk down Fifth Avenue and shoot someone, and no one will care, he will lose no sympathy from the voters, is a clear favorite for Unsuitable.
A candidate who throws people out of an open campaign meeting because they voice a different opinion, because they exercise their Right to Freedom of Speech, is a clear favorite for Unsuitable.
A man who is so full of himself that he cannot envision what an ordinary person goes through in their daily lives just to make ends meet, is a clear favorite for Unsuitable.
Let us just hope that the voters, when the time comes, regardless of who is chosen by the party elite for the nomination, remember this and look to their own future, their own Freedom, the own Rights, and leave the Unsuitable character out in the cold.
- Viktoria Michaelis.