What John Cole said.
You vote for Trump or you vote for Clinton. That’s it. Those are the choices. And if you choose not to vote for either or vote for Trump, you are responsible if Trump wins. It’s not on Hillary- she’s making her pitch. The voters decide, and to quote some lyrics, “if you choose not to decide you still have made a choice.”
I don’t understand why people don’t get that elections aren’t about your feels. You look at which candidate is more likely to do things you like and which one is more likely to create World War III, and depending on your level of psychoticism, you choose accordingly. Your feels may impact how involved you get or if you donate or if you are enthusiastic about voting or if you go out and work to elect a candidate, but your feels shouldn’t be shaping your decision.
I was super excited about Obama in 2008. In 2016, I looked at both of the Dems, and said I would support either. I later leaned Clinton because I decided that while I liked what Bernie was shouting about, shouting about shit doesn’t get things done. But either way, I was going to support the Democrat, because the Republican ticket was, no matter who they nominated, would be a Death Star of Suck and we are all Alderaanians now.
Pretty much sums it up, doesn’t it?