Dear Alan Tucker…
Who reports receiving this cry for help:
I need your advice. This is a year of public dilemmas. First, the head of the FBI, Mr. Comey, had to make an agonizing personal decision. Should he hold off for a few weeks on publicly revealing the newly discovered cache of e-mails on the shared laptop of Hillary aide Huma, so as not to disrupt the course of a presidential election for the entire nation? Or should he reveal that immediately to Congress, to save himself from the post-election wrath of half of Congress? One man’s passing discomfort versus the disruption of a defining national process. He weighed one side — one man (himself) — against the other side — the nation — and made his choice. Himself.
But then there’s little undecided me, Alan. As a result of Mr. Comey’s choice, I now have to face my own dilemma on how to vote for President. To punish Hillary for a possible role in overseeing the placing of possibly unauthorized e-mails on the laptop her aide Huma once shared with her sicko ex-husband … and as a result help elect a raving lunatic to the Presidency? Or vote for Hillary and in effect reward her for sloppy handling of sensitive e-mails? One side — just deserts for a careless cabinet officer — against the other — a narcissist demagogue administering our country for the next four years.
Alan, I ask you. This is a tough one, and I’m unable to sleep. Thanks in advance for your advice,