Joel B: One candidate calls people names, the other major candidate gets people killed, doesn't handle sensitive/classified information, and takes bribes from foreign countries. One candidate says he's going to make it so that other countries have to honor their agreements and accommodate us, the other throws money at them when they don't comply and threatens sanctions that are never followed through with. One candidate isn't nice to women, the other claims to be a champion for women, but accepts it completely when her husband cheats on her, using his political power as a tool for it, and then she says little to nothing about it. You can go on and on about their styles, but come election day you're going to have to pick your poison. The way I see it, Hillary has had her chance numerous times and almost every time she has been in a political or social office has been either reprimanded or put under a serious investigation. If you can name an office or position she has held where this hasn't happened, then please share. Don't like Trump's attitude a lot of times, but he seems to be the safer pick out of the two to actually deal with the issues that are pressing us the most. Don't really care if media outlets don't like him. They lose a lot of their power if he's elected, so I don't see them kissing up to him. So my vote is Trump for the White House and Hillary for the jailhouse. If a better, and qualified, candidate comes into the picture, then I may reconsider and vote for them instead. If you think Hillary is the way to go, then by all means vote for her, but she doesn't represent me whether she is elected or not.