Until yesterday afternoon, I was depressed about this year's presidential election. It seemed inevitable that Americans would be forced to choose between Joe Biden and Donald Trump as our next President. Both men are highly unattractive. Biden is a crime boss who has dementia, and Trump's flaws are too numerous to summarize briefly.
political landscape changed in an instant. Governor Ron DeSantis dropped
out of the presidential race yesterday afternoon, and now Americans have three
stark choices for our country's next President.
choose Joe Biden--or, more likely—the mystery candidate who will replace him
when he drops out of the presidential race next summer for health reasons.
We can back Donald
Trump, the runaway favorite Republican nominee. He's the odds-on favorite among
Or we can vote
for former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley—the last remaining Republican to
challenge Donald Trump for the Republican nomination.
If I get the
opportunity, I will vote for Nikki Haley. She is eminently qualified to be the President
of the United States, and for me, her chief attraction is that she is not Trump
I have been
disappointed by dark-horse presidential candidates in the past. I supported
Bernie Sanders in 2016 and later realized he's just another political hack. I
once thought Elizabeth Warren would make a good president because of her stance
on student loans and corporate greed. But she's just another political hack who
never did anything substantive to help working-class Americans,
I'm throwing my support to Nikki Haley. To borrow a line from Star Wars, Help us, Obi-Wan Nikki Haley. You're our only hope.