This presidential election has a peculiar twist. We are compelled to vote for the candidate we distrust the least. In other words, vote against the one we dislike the most. Simply put, vote for the lesser of two “evils.” 

One is described as an arrogant, loose cannon. He knows nothing about politics. Translated: He is not part of the establishment. The other is a polished politician with a public smile and private vulgar, foul-mouthed temperament. Translated: Two-faced socialist. 

Fact: One of these undesirables will nominate two or more lifetime appointees to the Supreme Court. Translated: We, the people, must be wise enough to look past who occupies the White House for the next four years. We must instead look forward to the next 40 or so years of major, life-changing Supreme Court decisions. 

As for me, I want to end the political establishment by voting for Donald Trump, the businessman. Trump has the leadership qualification we need as our president. He has the wisdom to surround himself with knowledgeable people in each field of endeavor. Trump has the arrogance and the wealth to tell the Associated Press and its liberal surrogates, the career politicians, and the political correctness elites “where to go and what they can do when they get there.”

We have missed this type of honest communication since the days of Harry Truman. 

Vote very wisely – the Supreme Court is depending upon us. 

Bill Wallace

Covington

Jeff Ireland is The Leader's sports editor. To contact him, call 901-476-7116 or email jireland@covingtonleader.com.​

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