I’m With Her


Top from Zaful.

Normally I wouldn’t give a crap about politics.

But ever since I’ve taken the Government AP class in school I’ve actually not only understood, but somewhat interested too.

If it wasn’t made clear with the title, I’m putting my support behind Secretary Clinton.

I’m not going to smack down any Trump supporters or the candidate himself. I usually try to understand where the opposite side is coming from and not judge them for their beliefs. However, I just cannot for the life of me understand why anyone would cast their vote to someone who loves war.

It’s just plain dangerous.

Earrings from Anthropologie.
Shades are Prada.
Shoes are Jeffrey Campbell.

There are a lot of people that claim Secretary Clinton’s only shining point is that she’s the first woman in history to run for president.

Honestly, that’s bull.

She’s gotten this far because she advocates equality for all. From women to minorities to veterans. And in all honesty, it’s one thing to be rude and racist, but when Trump disrespected the sacrifices made by war heroes and multiple women came forward making sexual assault allegations against him, I mean really???

Blue skies ahead. Hopefully.
Jeans from JustFab.

We need a leader who believes every human being should be treated with respect. A leader who isn’t in love with the idea of war. Someone who has a good temperament.

A leader that believes that I, a female Asian immigrant, is worthy of the pursuit of happiness.

And if all those attributes makes Secretary Clinton a “nasty” woman, then somebody better look up that word in a dictionary ’cause it doesn’t match up with who she is and what she stands for.

Hang in there.
Go forth with no fear.

But no matter which candidate you side with, VOTE!

It’s one thing to dislike the final verdict, it’s another to dislike it as well as not casting your vote which could’ve have made the difference.

Author: theworldaccordingtoeve

Fashion enthusiast.

2 thoughts on “I’m With Her”

  1. Your words predicted the end result. A result that is completely irrational, that makes no sense whatsoever. Had that 46% of eligible voter population actually cast its vote, we may very well be celebrating the first female president in American history. Instead, here we are, mourning and wary of what the future holds.

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