I'm registered as an Independent/Unaffiliated, tho I'm a JFK Democrat. The first election I was able to vote in was the 1992 election and I voted for H.Ross Perot. Perot was not a politician and he broke out the pie charts and explained what his policies would be and why. I understood that, he was against NAFTA and so was I, and we have both been proven right. I voted for him again in 1996, but then I haven't voted since then, until I voted for Trump. I don't think Bill Clinton was a bad President, I understand the need for trade deals and how a raising tide should lift all boats, that is to say, we help the economy of the nations we trade with grow, and they will be able to afford the products and services we sell at a later date. I just think that time has come, China has a middle class that is larger than the entire US population. It's time to renegotiate our trade deals to seek a balance of trade. I don't think President Obama was/is a bad President, I think he was put in a bad situation when he came to office, and he did as well as anyone could have done, given the circumstances. I think much of the things he wanted to do, that may have helped America were blocked and he was never really given a fair shake after the 2010 mid-terms. While I admit I've moved further to the Right on social issues as I've gotten older, I don't think anyone should seek to over turn Roe Vs. Wade, or gay marriage. However I have always been a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and will not vote for anyone that seeks to "infringe" on the Right of the People to keep and bear arms. Democrats are going to have to take a long hard look at some of their policy positions before I can support them. On trade, on the Second Amendment, and on a balanced Federal Budget.