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Mindy Finn FWPOTUS (I'm with her)

President Finn
McMulligan's path to the presidency is a tight one, but it's real. The idea that this guy could become POTUS is absolutely wonderful and watching him get sworn in this January would give me great faith that our republic is still functioning as designed. If Nov. 8th comes and goes with no candidate winning the 270 Electoral College votes required the contest gets kicked to the House of Representatives but the twist is that, according to the Constitution, the House vote is One State = One Vote so that Utah's vote is just as important as California's vote. And these States, the majority of them being under GOP control,  have to vote for someone who won at least one electoral vote meaning Hitlery, The Elvis from Queens and McMulligan will be the only candidates elegibal to choose from. I know what you're saying: Evan McMullin for President! (Wait, who?)

The time has come for a new generation of American leadership and civic engagement. That means turning the septuagenarians out to pasture and infusing the leadership with young, healthy blood. And if you think Evan is a "wait, who?" candidate then get a load of his VP Mindy Finn who, were anything unfortunate to happen to Evan, could become our 46th president. That, my fellow citizens, would he a true "human hand grenade" tossed into the system and shake the political order to the ground. President Mindy Finn - I like the sound of that, I really do.



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