With all the mud-slinging between the presidential candidates, I want to offer some comfort. The November election is not about the presidential candidates. In November, we are actually voting for the electors from a political party. In the August primary, we vote for the person we want for the nominee. By the November election we vote for the the political party’s slate of electors. The political parties are putting forth their candidates to showcase their philosophical differences.
The biggest surprise of all these October surprises is gullibility and malleability of the voters. These negative reports are effective at bringing down the popularity of the candidates. As long as it works, expect to see more. Sadly, by the end of the election, the result will be less voter turnout for anyone. People don’t like feeling like they just helped the candidate who was “twice the son of perdition” get into his position.
It always perplexes me when a candidate says he supports a different position publicly than what he believes in his private life. Translation: “I want people on both sides of the issue to vote for me, but I will stay with the side that funds my campaign to the greatest degree.” Any elected official who says he holds differing philosophies, especially when it comes to abortion, lacks the integrity to be qualified for the position.
On our show today, we talk with historian, Tara Ross. She shares with us the inside scoop on how presidents are elected. You’ll enjoy hearing her stories from history and her take on the National Popular Vote.
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