I changed my mind. I will be voting my conscience in November, not yours.

Dallas, Texas
July 29, 2016 11:14am CST
I will go out on my own in November. I will not tell you who I am voting for. I don't care about your point of view about this. I care about what I think, what I want and what I believe. I have had time to look at things from both sides and I will be there in November and the one thing that matters most to me is that I have the FREEDOM to vote for any darn candidate I want. I will have a very clear conscience when I do this. I will be able to go to sleep at night without wondering what if I had voted for the other one? I will vote for the candidate that I have the most confidence in, not vote according to my Democratic party which I am . I am a registered Democrat who for all of my days, have voted my conscience, I have voted for both parties and most of the ones I voted for, actually became the president. Moreover, I will vote for the candidate who was most honest in their speeches. I will not vote based on what other people said about that candidate, but my vote will be based on what that candidate said in their speeches for their respective parties at the Conventions 2016. I don't care what the experts think. The bottom line is, based on their speeches given in real time, live, to the American Public and their respective parties, and delegates, because the words that come from the mouth of he who represents himself or herself is coming straight from the heart, even if it was scripted and on the teleprompter. Their articulations will have had the most effective influence on our decisions, on a moral and a rational level. Look back in the history of American presidents that date back to 1975, when I became a registered voter, and for every single president that got elected I actually voted for the winner. I have split the ticket from day one. I am broad minded. You should not let your party limit your choices this year. Keep it real, don't be a sheep who just follows the flock. We are more than that. We are hunters, not sheep. We do what we believe in and nobody can tells us who to love or what to believe in. That is what Freedom is all about in the United States of America. Think about that last game of chess you played. Did you sometimes take back a move or just sit for hours deciding on which was going to be your next move? Life is a lot like that, thinking a lot before making a decision to act on it. I don't want a wall between America and Mexico. I want jobs brought back home in America. I don't want to be living in fear of immigration, I want to be happy for the new citizens who are legally sworn in as American Citizens who will not have to fear being deported if they are law abiding. I want to keep and bear arms. I want to support life as well as respect a woman's decision to get an abortion, especially if it involves rape or threatens her very life. It should be her choice not some bureaucratic enforcer. I want higher minimum wages for workers. I don't want a division of wages between men and women. Stomp out terror. That is first and foremost, and yes this applies to the race wars going on here and now in America. These are the hard issues that all Americans need to be thinking about, regardless of who we vote for. We as a people, not America under one ruler who calls all the shots. We the people.
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@amadeo (66054)
• United States
29 Jul 16
I agreed with Anthony .That a good post there.Understanding.Know where you are at. I am tired of most of this.Tired of the stupid emails etc.They need to get over this. This is going to be a fight down to the wire.'I also do not want a wall.This is not what America Stands For. Good job here.I do hope we get more reader to read this.
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• Dallas, Texas
29 Jul 16
You are very appreciated. Thank you so very much, Alfredo.
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@amadeo (66054)
• United States
29 Jul 16
@lookatdesktop your welcome there.
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@jstory07 (67239)
• Roseburg, Oregon
29 Jul 16
when you tell others how you feel sometimes it upsets them. why should it when each person has a right to feel the way that they feel and the right to say how they feel.
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• Dallas, Texas
29 Jul 16
People's feelings are what effect change.
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@LoriAMoore (4799)
• United States
29 Jul 16
That's right, vote with your own heart and conscience.
• Eugene, Oregon
29 Jul 16
No wall sounds great to me, as do your other points. No wall will be built in any case, but talk of one is over the top for me.