http://townhall.com/columnists/waynegrudem/2016/07/28/why-voting-for-donald-trump-is-a-morally-good-choice-n2199564Sorry, it's too long to copy/paste the content, and there's no good way to summarize it. If you care, you just have to read it~
Quote from: SPF on August 01, 2016, 09:33:53 amhttp://townhall.com/columnists/waynegrudem/2016/07/28/why-voting-for-donald-trump-is-a-morally-good-choice-n2199564Sorry, it's too long to copy/paste the content, and there's no good way to summarize it. If you care, you just have to read it~I tried to get through this with an open mind, and at the start I thought I was going to agree with the author. But as I got further in, I realized that like many others, he's part of the problem, not the solution. If you feel that elections are about winning, you are part of the problem.If you feel that contributing to the winning side is more important that expressing a desire to see this country run correctly, you are part of the problem.If you believe in keeping with the traditional two parties because a vote for a third is tacitly helping one of the other two, you are part of the problem.The only correct moral choice in this election is to vote for who you think will be best for the job. If you think that's Trump, vote Trump. If you think Clinton, vote Clinton. If you think that's #SMoD, go for it! It's your vote! The only bad choice is not voting who you believe in. We are accountable for those actions we willfully take; the only way I am accountable for helping Hillary (or Trump) is if I vote for them. I am a Christian. I am not a consequentialist. If I vote third party, and Hillary wins by a vote, that's not on me.
But now, the reality of our next election is that either Trump or Clinton will be president. There is no other candidate that stands a chance at being elected. Trump or Clinton, those are the choices. Given those choices, you should make your choice based upon which of those two you think will be the most qualified.
1) He's not guided by any moral foundation to go after someone's father or wife.
It blows my mind that a pathological liar, serial adulterer, who mocked a disabled person can be viewed as a morally good choice for POTUS.
In that case, my impression was that Cruz was the one who started the foul play in the "wife arena" by showing icture's of Trump's current wife with captions like, "Is this America's next first lady?"
You have to wonder where many Republicans lost their moral compass.
I thought Michele Obama gave the best argument for why Trump shouldn't be president. What does it say about us if we put someone in office that our children may become. I would much rather raise a Hillary Clinton than a Donald Trump.
SPF, I think you should stick with the basics. Trump argued that Cruz's father was part of the JFK assassination plot. That rules him out for being a president in my mind. It says the following about him: