The right to complain

RICHARD TOBIN

Wellsboro

Presidential elections are often seen as a choice of the lesser of two evils. People don’t get to that level in our political system without accumulating some baggage and their opponents are usually more than glad to point to it.

There are really only two candidates in this election and everyone knows that.

You, the voter, will have to decide who will make the best president based on experience and character and vote for that person, even if you have to hold your nose.

Otherwise, you won’t get the lesser evil. You have been told that Donald Trump will surround himself with great people, but what makes you think he will listen to them?

He has already announced that he is his own best advisor.

If you don’t show up on Election Day, or cast a protest vote for someone who has no chance to win, you will have just voted for the winner and you won’t have a right to complain.