I sure as hell didn't want Clinton. I didn't want Trump either. I wasn't really thrilled about Bernie,there was no cult of personality there for me. I liked his proposed policies better than Hillary's,or Trump's.
When Bernie lost the primary,I just didn't feel that I was going to be represented by either candidate,I knew and hated Hillary,and decided to vote for Trump instead,not really knowing what he would do.
If Hillary was not the candidate,I never would have voted for Trump. I thought the DNC fixed it for Hillary, so I decided to stop the steal.
Martin O'Malley,anyone but Hillary, and I never would have voted republican. Hell,any republican but Trump and I never would have voted republican. Trump was new,he ran to the left of Hillary on many issues. I sensed he was lying,but hated what the DNC had done and wanted to scotch their triumph.
Hillary was shrill, abrasive,and overly certain of her victory,she needed to be taken down a few pegs. And she was. Trump turned out worse than I expected,but not hugely so.
I guess in some sense I was being a bombthrower too. That's why I feel guilty. But I still don't think Hillary would have made a good president, probably less destructive than Trump to be sure.
Half the country did the same thing. Maybe you should rethink your love of Hillary,maybe we saw something you missed.
At any rate,picking the least popular democrat in the nation to run for president because it was her "turn" was stupid.
Martin O'Malley could have beaten Trump,he had no baggage. Hillary was nothing but baggage,and divisiveness. That's why she lost.
Don't blame me,blame the DNC,they acted like thugs and paid the price,we all did.