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Sleeping dog: You would think an intelligent conservative would know by now that there is something seriously wrong with trump's candidacy because of all the usually conservative press either refusing to endorse his candidacy or going so far as to endorse Clinton, citing trump's obvious mental instability as one reason for doing so. And, actually, most intelligent conservatives HAVE noticed this, and are prepared to - at a minimum - forego voting for anyone for president. What bothers me, is what does that leave ? It seems to leave what I call reactionary conservatives - people with a conservative nature, but no real vision for what they want to see happen that will satisfy them. All they seem to know is what they DON'T want to see, and work against it accordingly. even if it means putting on the blinders and voting for a candidate who many have called the worst presidential candidate in the last fifty years (at least). So the question is - what are these people going to be left with when (not if) trump loses in November ? What sort of political category will they fall into ? I fear for at least some of the worst - that many of them will embrace the updated version of a Timothy McVeigh type of political nihilism, meaning they will see the whole ball of wax as somehow set against them, and will act accordingly. Don't get me wrong - I really wouldn't care otherwise what becomes of people who have removed themselves from the mainstream of society. But the potential for an alt-right jihad of sorts will be something that looms over the country after November.