I Gave Up

Well, I really meant to follow every twist and turn in this election cycle with my scathing opinions and conservative libertarian millennial perspectives, but I just gave up too fast.

One second I was along for the ride, and the next I sitting in a muddy pothole in the middle of a deserted road watching the crazy election train bump its way down the road without me.

As the election season came to a close, I, like probably most Americans, realized that one of two heads on the same snake was actually going to get elected. We all thought it was going to be Clinton, so election night this past November was nothing short of electrifying. All the votes were being recorded in real time and very easily accessible online, and yet news station after news station refused to read current results which would point to an inevitable win by Donald Trump. Denial. I’m not saying I was sad to see Hillary lose or that I am pleased with a Trump win…I just can’t believe this is how it ended.

I live in Eastern Washington where the politics of the state are unfortunately decided by Western Washington. In the area I live which is near Spokane, Wa, I would say that most people are conservative and voted for Trump. As a conservative Libertarian, it is irritating that my values and the values of the entire geographical half of a state do not get counted.

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No, Just…NO

Are you following the debates? Do they make you feel like kicking a puppy? No? Me neither. But seriously though, I just can’t even comprehend how much lower this whole election season has sunk in the past month. It’s inevitable. Hillary will win. America will lose.

The unfortunate fact at play here is that this election won’t have a winner. Not the elected president, not the people. Both of the two likely winners are the bottom dredges of society that belong somewhere quiet and with no power or twitter accounts.

First Post Ever!


Hey Readers! Okay, so a couple things I should say before I kick this blog off. First, I will not be only talking about how amazing Gary Johnson is. He’s cool, I’ll probably vote for him, but he’s not the best candidate running and I don’t agree with him on all the issues. Typical Millennial, I know. I just wanted to touch on that real quick before I say too much more.

I mean, as a pro-life Libertarian, I should have plenty of issues with him on paper. However, in real life, the fact remains that Republicans have done very little to change abortion laws in this country. Very, very, little. Johnson is personally opposed to abortion, but he says that he doesn’t think he has the right to take that right away from another person. I find this concept to (more…)