Letter: Chris Stevenson, Purcellville

Editor: During the summer, immensely saddened by the Republican’s jarring candidate and his followers, I left the Party. Now searching for one that champions good, wise and effective conservative principles, and which appears not to exist today, I see Ms. Clinton as the only viable candidate.
While I disagree with many of the Democratic party’s platforms, she can lead the country with honor, and as a worthy contributor to the pattern and fabric which has been woven now for over two hundred years. Let this conservative play her loyal political opposition for four years.
I feel righteous indignation towards the Republican nominee, who preys on our fears and darker predilections, and all who support him and choke on their vilification of Ms. Clinton as a satanic and hateful enemy of the United States. Having been whipped up by irresponsible, one-sided, and fanatic media outlets requiring no thought, this frenzied mob endorses someone whom they absolutely know to be vile, arrogant, profane, and a demagogue, and demand that his opponent be the same.
The better angels of our nature wish to be with us once again.
Chris Stevenson, Purcellville