It is horrible what Donald Trump has said about women. It is equally horrible the extensive corruption of Hillary Clinton. Yet one of these two will be president. One should look beyond Nov. 8 to what the candidate will do as president.
Clinton has shown no remorse or acknowledgment of the corruption she has engaged in. She follows a radical, humanistic, leftist ideology that is not compatible with democracy, the Constitution the Declaration of Independence or the Bill of Rights. If Hillary gets in, the right-to-life, free speech and religious liberty will be under attack. Her staff has said bigoted remarks about Catholics and other religious groups. She has indicated she will penalize those who, in conscience, oppose abortion.
Ronald Reagan said, in effect, that if we lose freedom we will not get it back. If we do get it back, it will be through great suffering and even the loss of human life. Most people in this country do not know what it is to live under a government that is repressive and dictatorial. But that is exactly the direction that Clinton will lead us in.
Dan Costello, Oakdale