By Anna Von Reitz
When a man picks up a hammer, it is impossible to tell if he is going to build a new house for a widow or bash someone's head in.
In the same way, when a man occupies an office it is impossible to tell what he is going to do with it. All we have to judge any candidate is his words and prior actions.
Then too, people can change.
We all know profoundly evil men who have nonetheless done good deeds, and equally good men who have faltered and done terrible things.
So where do these facts leave us?