Actually, I don’t think people are ready to make a choice right now. There are a few good candidates out there .. or there could be somebody out of the blue who could capture the nomination.
Since most of the voters were between 18 and 34, I’d guess they’re just now getting involved in politics and it’s easy for them to get distracted by the “no-war” mantra.
If people have a brain, they already know that WAR is a necessary part of remaining free .. and if you say NO WAR ever, then you’re setting yourself up to be attacked because you have already told the enemy you won’t fight back.
I think that’s kinda stupid.
You’re absolutely right about your WAR comment, but the questions that are not being asked or discussed include:
Why aren’t we using our military as a DEFENSIVE weapon rather than an offensive one before the war begins...rather than using our military might to “spread democracy” across the globe?
Why don’t we seal our borders & return to the non-interventionist foreign policies that were used by the Founding Fathers — & then once getting involved in a war, KILL THE ENEMY, & take no prisoners?