After all the arguments for and against a Donald Trump presidency this guy over at American Thinker pretty much summed up my thoughts perfectly.
Via: American Thinker
I’ve Changed My Mind about Donald Trump
The hit pieces on Donald Trump at National Review keep on coming, the latest being David French’s “non-exhaustive list of liberal, extreme, and outright insane things [Trump] has said in this campaign.”
Some time ago I decided I could not in conscience vote for someone so crude, so unprepared and temperamentally unsuited to be president. French’s piece helped cement my conviction Trump would make a lousy president.
But nagging concerns about Obama pulling President Hillary Clinton’s strings as payback for a pardon gave me pause. As did the thought of Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills serving as her closest advisors. Also, the prospect of Bill wandering around the White House unsupervised didn’t bear reflection.
And then I read Clinton E-Mails: Is the Fix In? by NRO’s Andrew McCarthy, who has chronicled the transformation of the DOJ from an agency pledged to enforce the law to one whose primary mission is to shield the president and his would-be successor from accountability. Lady Justice is no longer blind: she has taken sides.
McCarthy’s essay sparked an epiphany. My reservations concerning Trump, I’ve put aside. What terrifies me now is a mortal threat to our system: the cancer at the Department of Justice. Should Hillary be elected, it will metastasize. Loretta Lynch may expect to continue as AG as a reward for spiking the e-mail investigation; Fast and Furious, the FOIA dissimulations, Benghazi, the IRS’s politicization, and all the rest will go down the memory hole; Our First Amendment will be amended by Executive Decree to criminalize speech unacceptable to the Left; PC mavens will tighten their stranglehold on our culture; Obamacare will be resuscitated with taxpayer money, then undergo a transmedical procedure to become single payer.