Character matters just as much now as in John Adams’ time.

Character Matters

I’ve often wondered how people can vote for Hillary Clinton after the extensive string of scandals linked to her and her husband. I found my answer on Quora, the question-and-answer website. A man named Andrew answered the question ‘How can people vote for Hillary Clinton,’ by listing the issues that were important to him, such as Supreme Court appointments or climate-change policies. He stated that Hillary Clinton stood on the same side of those issues as him, so how could he not vote for her?

It’s great that his vote is based on the issues, but how can he trust her word on the issues if he can’t trust the words she says? Someone with character wouldn’t lie. Andrew is apparently not concerned about the myriad other issues that will arise and how Hillary is going to react to them. He is apparently not worried about her keeping her vow to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. And most importantly, he certainly didn’t consider for one second that she is lying about her stand on these issues so dear to him to get elected. That’s kind of the thing about liars… you can’t trust ANYTHING they say.

Character is everything, Andrew.

Before casting your vote, follow the links to learn the history and facts behind Hillary Clinton.

Congress and Secretary of State, her record speaks for itself.

Abysmal Record of Service

It’s not about helping people, it’s about the money.

Financial Avarice

She’s no stranger to being reckless with the truth.

Lies, Deceit, and Prevarications


Because power corrupts, society's demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases.

--John Adams