I came close to not voting (for Clinton) in 2016 because I thought that there was no way Trump could take Michigan, and I would just be wasting my time in line.That being said in 2016, I did not cast a vote as I have said before I was never a very political person, however if I had an inkling that Cheeto could take my state (it has'nt voted Rep. since 1984) I surely would have voted for Hillary (a little reluctantly due to the sense of entitlement she exuded), but there was no chance in hell Cheeto could win MA and the pop vote means shit so why bother was my take. I wasn't to pumped over Hillary but she is a battle tested lady, she impressed me standing up to those bloodthirsty Reps for hours in the Benghazi hearings and she gave better than she got and they couldn't break her ( I'd love to see Cheetoman take that kind of heat, he'd completely melt down in less than half the time that she held up). Other than that I've always been able to find some level of respect for the pres. no matter what side of the aisle they were from,to take on such a pressure cooking, all encompassing job with so much responsibility is a noble pursuit IMO,and I put myself in their shoes before I criticize them, that is until a certain DONALD came along and he possessed no redeeming qualities to respect.ccguns
That is the bullshit with the attack on our democracy. It is nudging people into not voting if they can't be conned into voting for this current batch of Republicans that have been radicalized.
Finding out what the Russians have been doing to us all really has made me reevaluate everything I 'think' I have ever learned/felt online.