I was never a “disappointed” Republican, but I am “disgusted” with the GOP for failing to support marriage equality.
That was one of the most common sentiments expressed by my generation of conservatives during the presidential primary season.
I am disgusted with the Republicans for refusing to support the Republican agenda for marriage equality, a platform that was adopted by over a million Republican voters.
It’s an issue that was once championed by our great party and one that is at the center of the 2016 presidential election.
We should not have to choose between two sides of a political divide that was created by our leaders, or between two competing political ideologies.
We must not be divided by political labels, we must unite as one.
We can’t have a divided nation, as we see it with the election of Donald Trump and his divisive campaign.
I understand the disappointment, but it is not a new one.
As the father of two young daughters, I understand how deeply painful it is to see my daughter and I have to watch our son grow up without her in his life.
This year, our lives are so different.
We have more opportunities than ever to fulfill our potential, but the challenges of raising our kids in a world where same-sex marriage is legal in most states are a different reality.
As a result, we’ve decided to support a candidate for president who is dedicated to ensuring the future of our country and ensuring that families and our children are treated with respect.
I’m proud to be a Republican, and I’ve always stood up for what’s right.
But when I think about the millions of Americans who are hurting from the lack of opportunity, the lack and the lacklessness of opportunities that the GOP has shown me, I’m so angry.
This is my opportunity to be part of a party that is going to give the next generation a better future, and that means supporting a candidate who understands how to get the job done.
I believe that if we’re going to change this country, we need to unite around the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, and elect a candidate that is the best option for the future.
I know that many of my fellow Republicans are hurting and are angry, and they are frustrated by the lacklustre performance of the candidates running for president.
I want to make it clear that there is no reason why we should not unite behind Donald Trump as the nominee for president of the United States.
The next president will inherit a country that has seen its best days, but we must continue to work together to build a better tomorrow.
I do not think there is anything more important to a future that will be built on the foundation of a strong family.
I also believe that the Republican Party is on the wrong side of history, because it has failed to understand that the country is changing and that it will have to adapt to a new way of thinking.
As Republicans, we have to do a better job of communicating the values of the party that has led to the demise of millions of jobs, the loss of countless protections for workers and for the rights of every American.
We cannot allow our party to continue to lose ground to the Democrats.
I would like to take this opportunity to explain why we have chosen to vote for Donald Trump.
The country is at a crossroads, and we must listen to the voices of the American people who have lost hope and have come together in a spirit of hope and in a sense of hope for a better America.
This country has changed dramatically, and as we continue to make progress, it’s time to look beyond our borders and look to the future and recognize that America is more than just our borders.
We are a melting pot of different cultures, races, and religions, and the greatest nation on earth has a great responsibility to listen to all Americans and to work with the government to improve our country’s quality of life for all.
This election has brought us face to face with a very different world.
The future of the Republican party and of our nation is at stake, and it is time to elect a new president who will restore our country to greatness.
That’s why I am voting for Donald J. Trump.
And while it’s true that I will be supporting someone else in November, I cannot allow my vote to be wasted.
I have had the privilege of knowing many wonderful Republicans over the years, and to be one of them is a privilege of the highest order.
But in my own heart, I know I will never be satisfied unless I see Donald Trump in the White House.
I can’t imagine what my daughters, who have been raised with the belief that we are all created equal, must be feeling as they watch their father succeed in becoming the president of our land.
I will not vote for anyone who will make our country less safe.
I refuse to allow anyone who would make this country less secure to become president of this great country.
The fact that Donald Trump is running for