I think that here is where the rubber meets the road. I won’t impose my beliefs on anyone and I would rather have them find the truths for themselves just as much as I want to find the truth for myself and not have anyone bully me to believing what they believe.
Kelly Clarkson received a lot of backlash during the early days of campaigning when she tweeted her support for Ron Paul back in December 2011x. When she was told by her followers that she is supporting someone who is racist and someone who is against marriage equality, she quickly reverted and tweeted:
“I do not support racism. I support gay rights, straight rights, women’s rights, men’s rights, white/black/purple/orange rights. I like Ron Paul because he believes in less government and letting the people (all of us) make the decisions and mold our country. That is all. Out of all of the Republican nominees, he’s my favorite.”
She is soon to finish her concert tour in London. From speaking with the Daily Star, she quipped:
But she can’t wait to get back to the States to move into her new home and catch up on the looming US presidental election.
Kelly added: “I’ve been reading online about the debates and I’m probably going to vote for Obama again, even though I’m a Republican at heart.
“I can’t support Romney’s policies as I have a lot of gay friends and I don’t think it’s fair they can’t get married.
“I’m not a hardcore feminist but we can’t be going back to the 50s.
“Obama is a great guy. I’ve met him and I’m a fan of Michelle too.
“She has been busy promoting better education and healthy diets, which is something we could all use a dose of reality on.”
That was that. Some people find the truth on their own and kudos to Kelly Clarkson! Because even though I am more of a Democrat than anything else, I probably wouldn’t vote for President Barack Obama if he wasn’t the best choice. We have to find our truths and go with it. Kelly Clarkson found hers.