I appreciate and I respect the thoughtful responses to my article. I can’t say that any of you are certainly wrong but I have a different opinion.

If I lose my brakes on a mountain road and my only two choices are plunging off a cliff to certain death and crashing into a tree and being injured but living, I won’t close my eyes and late fate decide nor will I abstain because I don’t like either bad choice. No, I will choose what I think is the least bad outcome.

I think people need to decide which candidate is the least bad outcome and vote for that person rather than taking the chance that they will end up with the worse outcome. — David Grace

Graduate of Stanford University & U.C. Berkeley Law School. Author of 17 novels and over 200 Medium columns on Economics, Politics, Law, Humor & Satire.

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