On Saturday, October 10th, I may go into hiding for the day.
Or out of town.
Donald Trump is coming to Atlanta, and he will be speaking at a location that, according to Google Maps, is seven minutes from where I live. The traffic in the area will be nightmarish.
Do I plan to go? No, I do not.
Why? Because I don't plan to vote for Trump. The more I see him in the news, and the more I hear about him, the more I am turned off by him. He may know "the art of the deal", and he may have business expertise, but that doesn't necessarily qualify you to run the United States of America. He seems to think that all he has to do is run his mouth and people will fall in line. That isn't going to work when you are facing down Vladimir Putin or the Ayatollah Khameni of Iran. He may make a good advisor to the Secretary of Commerce, but not President.
I feel the same way about Ben Carson. I admire the man, and he'd make a good Surgeon General, but I don't think his medical expertise necessarily makes him qualified to be President.
Right now, I'm not sure who I am going to back for President. I know who I won't back, but not yet who I will back.
For now, though, Donald Trump is not on my short list. And that's why, on Saturday, I will be nowhere near where he is speaking. Even if I have to go into hiding.
Just my .04, adjusted for inflation.