As the head of a nonprofit, I cannot legally answer that question. Or, to be more precise, I cannot endorse a candidate. But I will tell you the sort of person for whom I cannot vote:
Someone who will empower abortionists.
Abortion—and let’s just dispense with the euphemisms and call it what it is: murder—is barbaric and a great stain upon our nation’s honor. It is to sacrifice a child on the altar of greed, selfishness, stupidity, ignorance, cruelty and, above all, self-deception. Since 1973, 54 MILLION children have been killed with the blessing of U.S. federal law. That’s seven Holocausts. How a murderous organization like Planned Parenthood could survive after a wave of videos uncovered their evil baby-killing and baby-part-selling machinery is astonishing to me. But then again, it shouldn’t be. They are protected by Washington.
For me, there are many things that I consider negotiable in a candidate: his economic policy, his foreign policy, his position on nuclear weapons and healthcare—these things are nuanced. Some variation is to be expected. But a candidate’s position on abortion is not negotiable for me.
So there you have it.