Last night, Donald J Trump became heir presumptive to the GOP nomination, but not the candidacy.
Me? I was in Indiana and I cast my vote for Ted Cruz. Cruz lost the night and dropped out of the race early on. As far as Trump goes, he's not my problem.
Donald Trump is not my candidate.
Donald Trump's Republican Party is not my party.
Donald Trump's positions, at least the ones you can pin him down on, are not my positions.
Donald Trump does not represent me, my values, my positions, my ethics, and certainly not my morals.
I will not vote for that man to be my Commander in Chief. No matter what he says, no matter what he does.
I did my duty in trying to select someone else, someone who could win against Hillary. I tried to select someone who represented as close to my values as possible.
But the Republican base has spoken, and clearly, they want Donald Trump.
Then you may have him. Me? I don't unite behind someone just because he has an R next to his name. That's called collectivism. I'm for individuality and freedom.
Twitter user @LilMissRightie began using the hashtag #HesNotMyProblem to illustrate how she feels about Donald Trump at this point. Being accused of electing Hillary? #HesNotMyProblem. Being told that after months of harassment we need to get in line? #HesNotMyProblem. Hillary and Bernie both polling better than Trump in the general election? #HesNotMyProblem.
Twitter user @AJDelgado13 tweeted earlier today that Trump doesn't need the #NeverTrump people, that it isn't worth trying to court us and we don't deserve it. Great. So Donald Trump will fall, and it will be entirely his own fault. #HesNotMyProblem.
Hillary getting elected? Trump's fault. They don't need us. #HesNotMyProblem
In the meantime, I think I'm going to need a lot more wine to get through this election. THAT is my problem.
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