Quote of the day—Scott Adams

If you take allegations of sex abuse seriously – and you should – vote Johnson. To vote for Clinton or Trump is to be seen by others as an enabler for sexual abuse. I don’t think that’s what anyone had in mind by breaking the glass ceiling. Don’t let it happen to you.

Scott Adams
October 9, 2016
Why I Endorse Gary Johnson (this week)
[As of October 25th he was endorsing Trump because Hillary and her supporters are bullies.—Joe]

5 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Scott Adams

  1. As much as I agree with, “Every woman deserves to be believed,” I have to temper that with the caveat, “except when she’s literally unbelievable.”

    “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence,” and all that.

    I don’t like Trump, but all we’ve seen so far are claims (not even allegations, as no police reports have been filed) and videos of him saying inappropriate things. With Bill and Hillary Clinton, we have actual allegations and evidence, and further evidence that the victims — real people — were bullied, discredited into silence, and had their lives destroyed by the very people who should have supported them, all because they were too well-connected to the perpetrators (the Clintons).

    Trump is loud, rude, and says mean things. The Clintons destroy people’s lives for their own convenience. Contrary to what many claim, this is not a distinction without a difference.

    I won’t vote for Clinton, so my choice is between Trump and Johnson. Johnson has no plans (for anything) and no awareness of world issues, supports open borders and immigration, does NOT support religious freedom, and has not taken any position on the Second Amendment this election cycle (but his VP pick, Bill Weld, supports gun restrictions, which says something). So I have a hard time supporting Johnson, too.

    As someone who values the Constitution and American freedoms (ALL of them) first and the sovereignty of American lands and citizenry a very-close second, that leaves Trump as the least-bad of all the terrible, terrible options. Even if he is an arrogant, trash-talking blowhard.

    • So vote Trump, the human Molitov, and launch him to DC so we can all watch both parties burn themselves down amidst internal civil wars, so we can get this dad-gum realignment clarified and done with.

      Like him or not, one of those two will wind up in the Whitehouse, and the other, like as not, will be in the Big House.

      Watch this if it’ll make you feel any better – a free 4 hour audio book.

  2. I’ve concluded that Adams is simply trolling all parties at once, because that draws eyeballs.

    In any case, in this particular case, he’s not wrong. I’ll be pulling the lever for the candidate who doesn’t have active investigations / court cases.

  3. I wouldn’t have a problem with Adams’s suggestion if there were an actual Libertarian on the ballot. But Johnson is a LINO, and Weld is merely a moron masquerading as a candidate.

  4. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Clinton. He has ZERO chance of winning.
    Remember 1992 and the sawed off prick Perot…..he got about 13-14% of the
    vote. Nowhere near enough to win but PLENTY enough to hand the White
    House to serial rapist Slick Willie Clinton. DO NOT MAKE THAT MISTAKE AGAIN.

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