Our recent presidential candidates have faced unprecedented criticism:
1. Hillary Clinton, outwardly liberal, inwardly too tight with Wall Street operators;
2. Donald Trump, womanizer and all-around arrogant hard-ass with no tact and a take-no-prisoner attitude toward associates, as well as enemies;
3. Joe Biden, a confessed plagarist and dishonest self-promoter who faces declining mental-health;
America needs better leadership than this, but we have to ask: who but amoral outliers wants to be President of the United States? Normal, decent Americans don't want the hassle of constant criticism and back-stabbing that characterize politics in our modern nation?
As a result of all this, I have become, at heart, a revolutionary in regard to the future of my country. I want to launch a revolution, not to overwhelm my enemies, impose my will on others, or confiscate anyone's wealth and power, but to allow the opposing sides to function independently of each other. I want to do what the Founders did, step away from the oppression caused by the status quo and create a new nation that reaffirms the Founders' own intentions. [...]