"There is consternation about the hard line Trump takes on immigrants and about the morality of a thrice-married man who has long bragged about his sexual conquests. But another factor is at work as well: The traditional social and cultural positions that drive many religious conservative voters, including same-sex marriage and abortion, have been cast aside by a candidate who seems to have little interest in fighting the culture wars."
"Heather Dreesman said thinking about the election in November makes
her feel sick to her stomach. She said she now carries a sense of grief
that the country is forsaking its values and feels anguish about what
will happen. She would like to see a third-party candidate but doesn’t
think it’s a real possibility — meaning she probably won’t vote.
hate to make this comparison,” she said. “I really do feel like in the
future I would hate to look back and say, ‘I voted for Hitler.’ I feel
like that may be what is happening if I vote for Trump.”"