As many have previously pointed out, we have a long tradition in this country of the loser's acquiescing to the winner; it is what separates us from just another banana republic.
But if Hillary Clinton does win on Election Day, I am not certain that I can support her.
Well, why not (given the predicate)?
The answer, in my opinion, is that she is represents corruption on a scale that we have never before seen in American politics.
The Mafia is a slightly less evil organization than the Clinton Crime Machine, in my view.
Of course, if she becomes president, she will also be my president; there is simply no getting around that (short of moving to another country; which I do not plan to do).
A mere difference in policy preferences can rather easily be ignored.
But a fundamental difference--the difference between America as "a shining city on a hill," as Ronald Reagan phrased it, and America as a kingdom of corruption--is simply not easy to ignore...