I’m not a Republican or a Democrat. Neither major party deserves my affiliation.
If Donald Trump or Sen. Ted Cruz is the nominee, I will not support the GOP presidential candidate.
And down the ballot there are usually races in which the Republican is an anti-scientific religious fanatic, an unqualified nonentity who won the primary on name recognition or who for some other reason is unacceptable for public service and must be stopped at all costs.
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I’ll vote against those candidates, even though it means backing the Democrat.
George Michael Sherry, Fort Worth
My Bible says to guard against all greed and violence, as these are signs of the evil way.
TV stations enjoy showing the inflammatory remarks that Donald Trump makes instead of his policies and ideas.
Someone should suggest that Trump begin his rallies with a prayer.
Yes, It’s true that a lot of us have the same feelings as Donald Trump, but we realize those feelings are morally wrong and we reject them.
Resisting temptations is a tenet of Christianity.
The Republican Party is trying to distance itself from Donald Trump. That will be difficult because they are Donald Trump.
Gary Hicks, Forest Hill
I’m a student and I support Trump! Forget that socialism stuff!
Every day at school, I tend to get into a heated “debate” with some of my peers, who are usually Bernie Sanders fans. Well, the reason I support Trump is because I know that he will secure our borders, which is where a lot of people seem to get confused.
It’s not that Trump doesn’t want immigrants to come to America for a better life, he encourages them to — but legally!
Another reason why I support Trump is that I know for a fact that he will build our economy back up so that when I graduate I’ll be able to get a job and work to pay for my education!
That sounds a lot better than Bernie Sanders’ plan to me. Doesn’t it you?
So, students, it’s time for us to open our eyes! It’s time to make America great again!
Jace Hudgens, Burleson
I see people chanting and yelling at Donald Trump rallies: “Make America great again!”
Then I go to places like Wal-Mart and online, where made-in-U.S.A. items are sold. All are easy to find and often the quality seems much better than the imports. Make America great by purchasing “made in the U.S.A.”
You don’t need to bring back all businesses to the U.S. as many are already here. They just need American customers.
Support American businesses, especially those in your own towns and cities. We all can easily do it without such hateful behavior and rhetoric.
Gabrielle Gordon, Keller