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Andrew Ellis: And the only thing unifying the democratic party is criticizing Trump. This nasty childish rhetoric by the two nominees has pretty much drowned out the more responsible candidates from both parties. I would rather have seen Sanders vs Rand Paul, but alas we?re stuck having to choose between a #$%$ and a narcissist. Between the two, Trump at least has accomplishments to show for his career. You can talk about his 4 businesses that went bankrupt all you want, but don?t forget about the other 100+ successful businesses under his belt. Considering that only 1 in 5 business ventures will succeed on average, he seems to be ahead of the curve. Clinton on the other hand had a chance to show leadership abilities in an executive role, and completely dropped the ball, which very unfortunately resulted directly to the deaths of four American diplomats and soldiers. To me, that was her chance to prove that she could be a leader and she failed. Then the email controversy with implications that foreign governments likely were able to steal classified information sealed the deal. The icing on the cake is the ?tarmac deal? which is of course the only way she avoided an indictment. I am willing to vote for Trump to avoid a Hillary Clinton presidency.