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COMMON SENSE: Soon, the FBI will conclude its investigation of Hillary Clinton. When they do, they will ask that their findings be presented to a grand jury for indictment.
 
When this happens, President Obama may pardon Hillary, which he has the Constitutional authority to do, even before she is indicted. This will infuriate Conservatives but not Progressives. Hillary will not lose much support from her base. They do not care that she is a corrupt, duplicitous criminal. They will vote for her anyway because she supports give-away programs and legitimizing depravity. They recognize what is in their best interest.
 
On the other side, there are more than enough hard-working, God-fearing people to prevent Hillary from becoming our next President, but she will probably win the office anyway. That’s because millions of Christians are too noble, too pure, and too self-important to get their hands dirty in the messy business of voting for a candidate who is flawed.
 
The Democrats do it all the time. They have no problem voting for a criminal like Hillary, but Republicans seem to be incapable of uniting around anybody who has even the slightest flaw; and our next nominee has quite a few.
 
Instead of uniting to stop the common Evil, believers by the millions will wring their hands in despair, bemoaning the future of the nation, begging God to spare them, while they have it within their power to stop someone like Hillary dead in her tracks. They just won’t do it.
 
This year, the stakes are higher than ever. While Secretary of State, Hillary was responsible for selling American uranium to Russia, who in turn sold it to Iran. Now, the Iranians are busy building nukes—thanks to Obama and John Kerry—intended for Tel Aviv and New York.
 
If Christians unite, Hillary can be stopped. We still have time to prevent our own destruction, but it will require the united efforts of all good men and women—not just a fraction of us.
 
Being passive in the face of Evil is to embrace it. It’s time to take our nation back from leaders who are not patriots. Be strong, be brave, and be willing to get your hands dirty for the greater good. Do it for your children, your grandchildren, and for those who have died to keep us free.
 
—Jack Watts
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COMMON SENSE: Let me try and help you understand something that is very important. Politics is a Zero Sum Game. That means one person wins an election, while the other person loses it. There is no middle ground, no silver metal for second place, no consolation prize. It’s winner take all.
 
This is not only true for the candidates, it is also true for the electorate. Let me explain.
 
In November, there will be two viable choices for President. Most likely, the choices will be Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. You can vote for either one or the other, but there is no middle ground between the two. Abstaining from voting, based on antipathy toward either one, is still a vote in this Zero Sum Game. Not voting for one aids the other.
 
Not voting for Trump because of his many real or perceived flaws aids Clinton—period. To believe that not participating has some redeemable value is nonsense—not in a Zero Sum Game. If politics wasn’t a Zero Sum Game, taking such position would be fine, perhaps even noble, but since it is winner take all, it isn’t. It’s foolhardy—the position of a petulant child.
 
This is just as true for idealists on the Left as it is for Conservatives on the Right. For a millennial, who idealistically supports Sanders, to refuse to vote for Hillary, just because she’s a criminal, is tacit support for Trump. Every non-vote for her is a vote for Trump.
 
For supporters of other Republican candidates—like me—to sit out the election, refusing to vote for Trump, would provide support for Hillary. Each non-vote for him is a vote for her. Since her policies, character, and integrity are so egregious, in good conscience, I have no choice, other than to vote for Donald Trump. It’s the role I must play in this Zero Sum Game. I have to; it’s my responsibility as a citizen.
 
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COMMON SENSE: Remember this? It’s when Iran detained sailors from the US Navy earlier this year. When this happened, what was the response of the Obama administration? Secretary of State John Kerry thanked Iran for treating our sailors well. No kidding.
 
Is this the kind of leadership we want? Is this the kind of leadership we deserve?
 
Being we are the cause of all the problems in the world, according to Progressives like Hillary and The Bern, such treatment is what we deserve. Do you agree with them? I certainly don’t.
 
Because of Obama’s flawed worldview, implemented by Hillary and John Kerry, America is now in full retreat globally, which has destabilized the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and even Latin America.
 
If this is what you want, Hillary is your girl. If it isn’t, then stop fretting and get behind either Cruz or Trump—both of whom are committed to restoring the military to pre-Obama effectiveness.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: I’m getting a little tired of so many people bashing Donald Trump, saying that he would be “disastrous” as President. I don’t believe that for one minute. He certainly wasn’t my first choice, but I think he might prove to be a very good President, perhaps even an exceptional one. Here are the reasons why:
 
1. Trump is a winner—something most of the Establishment Republicans are not.
 
2. He is extraordinarily successful, parlaying $1 million into $10 billion. How many people have done that? We could use a lot more like him.
 
3. He knows his strengths, but more importantly, he knows his limitations. So, instead of micromanaging foreign policy or military strategy, for instance—like both Obama and Jimmy Carter have done—Trump is smart enough to function like the Chairman of the Board. All he has to do is give broad directives, leaving policy implementation to those who are already experts, which most Presidents aren’t wise enough to do.
 
4. The idea that he is unelectable is absurd. Hillary is a weak candidate. She’s shrill, angry, old, sick, and corrupt. Trump should beat her easily, and I believe he will. Remember, the FBI is still looming.
 
My choice has always been Cruz, because I’m a Constitutionalist, but I believe Trump will be our candidate. Rather than whine and become indignant, saying I will never vote for a man who makes outlandish statements, I choose to be an adult and do what is best for our nation, which means I will vote for Trump if he wins the nomination, regardless of what Mitt Romney or Eric Erickson say to the contrary. I suggest you do the same.
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COMMON SENSE: Many of us worked diligently to flip the Senate in 2014, only to discover that it made virtually no difference. The Republicans consistently caved into Barack Obama’s demands. More than anything, this explains Donald Trump’s popularity with the American people. If Obama is Putin’s “bitch,” which he is, then the Senate Republicans are Obama’s.
 
But they do have an opportunity to redeem themselves. With the nomination of Judge Garland to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, the Senate has a chance to make things right with its core constituency—people like you and me. The Republican Senators seem determined, but they are a weak-willed lot. My guess is they will stand firm for one reason: They fear the wrath of the electorate—you and me—more than that of a lame-duck President. Nevertheless, even on their best day, the resolve of the Republicans is tenuous at best.
—Jack Watts
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COMMON SENSE: Kasich’s victory in Ohio has done one thing—muddy the waters, giving hope to the RINO Establishment—but that’s all. In most states, he has received less than 10 percent of the vote. With Rubio out, this race is between Trump and Cruz, with Kasich will be nothing more than a distraction, whining that he doesn’t receive more attention. He doesn’t receive it because, other than Ohio, he generates about as much enthusiasm as kissing a sibling.
 
Nevertheless, his victory has put a smile on Romney’s face, as the RINO oligarchy plots ways to disenfranchise the will of the people, which is either Trump or Cruz.
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COMMON SENSE: I predict that Trump will win OH today. There is a reason Kasich has gone 0-22. He just doesn’t get it.
 
The mood of the Republican electorate is anti-establishment. So what does Kasich do? He gets Mitt Romney—the consummate establishmentarian—to accompany him around OH campaigning. Kasich’s political instincts are poor; Trump’s are the best I’ve ever seen, including Reagan and Obama’s.
 
In FL, Rubio is going to be embarrassed. Not since Howard Dean’s implosion years ago have I seen a meltdown like Marco’s. By not exiting gracefully, which he should have done weeks ago, Marco has been determined to commit political suicide, which will occur within the next 24 hours. By remaining, he will not become the next governor of FL either.
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