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In 2012 election the Gallup people did a poll showing the top desirable traits that the next President should have are the following:

  • Honesty
  • Leadership
  • Competent
  • Have integrity
  • represent the people and not the government
  • puts the United States first
  • has moral Character
  • has a vision for the country

When we look at the current bubble gum wrapper campaigns we have criminal , to abusive, to escape artist via drugs, to crazy illegal activities for Greenpeace events. None of those would wander into the top eight traits that Americans look for in their President.

When We look at Evan McMullin has each of those qualities from being a CIA operative that investigates criminals, to showing leadership, and having the principled integrity to ask Americans to vote for more than just him, but for America through his Principle Pact, and his need to pick up the baton and run for President. Evan did this not out of self-betterment but because of his love of country, his visceral need to protect America, and to bring unification of America through the Constitution, and civic duty.

In 2015, the Gallup people again did a poll asking what qualities that Americans are looking for in their next President. The following were the top responses:

  • served in the military
  • was a govenor
  • a good business executive
  • attended a prestigious university
  • in the 40-year-old age range
  • Christian
  • have Washington experience
  • never held any political office

When we look at the desires in 2015, we can see that the voters possess the utmost lacking congruency, and lacking in self-awareness. They want a military Veteran, with Christian values, younger and has Washington experience without holding an office. So we see that they completely disqualify Hillary, and Donald, but have augmented these two  septuagenarians to the two major party candidates. While looking strongly at other sexagenarians like Darrell Castle, Gary Johnson and possibly Jill Stein. It is never polite to ask ages of ladies.

Both Johnson and Stein have held offices, while Hillary has held several prodigious positions within the government. Only Donald Trump, who has been a lobbyist, and Evan McMullin, who was protecting American lives has not held office.

At the 2008 Constitution Party National Convention in Kansas City, Missouri, Baptist pastor Chuck Baldwin defeated former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs Alan Keyesto win the party’s nomination. The party then nominated Castle to the ticket as its vice presidential candidate. Baldwin had been the Constitution Party nominee for Vice President in 2004.

Gary Earl Johnson (born January 1, 1953) is an American businessman, author, politician, and the Libertarian Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election. He served as the 29th Governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003 as a member of the Republican Party. He was also the Libertarian Party’s nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election.

Jill Ellen Stein (born May 14, 1950) is an American physician, activist, and politician. She is the Green Party‘s nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election.Stein was also the Green Party’s presidential nominee in 2012. She ran for governor of Massachusetts in 2002 and 2010.

With the nominees in these third parties, it is no wonder why until Evan McMullin came to light had anyone taken the third party serious since Barry Goldwater. America in 15 days shall make America’s most important decision in years, the battle is going strong with everyone battling with everyone and the two major party candidates can only discuss how the other is abhorrent.



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