I don't like that Clinton is a warmonger. I don't like that she's too close to Wall Street. I don't like that she and her campaign were condescending and dismissive of Millennials during the primaries.
But none of that changes the reality we are facing: it's Clinton or Trump. I understand that younger voters don't remember the 2000 election when the Supreme Court installed Bush, and I understand that younger voters who were in elementary school during his disastrous presidency were effectively insulated from it because they were kids. I was *exactly* that kid in 2000 when I voted for Ralph Nader, because George W. Bush was an a--hole and Al Gore was a terrible candidate.
But if I could get my vote back now, I'd build the time machine with my own hands. Think of the millions of people who have died because of Bush. Think of the destruction of our climate that is now a total crisis, because Bush and his administration did nothing to address it. Think of how much horrible debt college students have, because Bush put people who just wanted to take their money away from them into positions of power. Think about the militarization of our police, which began under Bush.
President Obama did everything he could to roll back the damage Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney did to our country and the world, and we aren't even halfway to where we need to be. I don't know how much President Hillary Clinton will work to continue rolling it back, but even if she keeps it in the same place, that's better for our country and the world than what will happen under a President Trump.
If you, like me, wanted Bernie Sanders to be our president, if you, like me, believe in his revolution, if you, like me, believe that we have to make America work for the 99 percent, then your choice in this election is Hillary Clinton.
She's not perfect. She's not my first choice, or even in my top five choices. But she is the choice I have if I want to protect my country and my children from Donald Trump.
So that's why, even though I still Feel the Bern, I'm With Her.
Commentary by Wil Wheaton, an actor who gained widespread attention for his starring role in the Rob Reiner film "Stand by Me" in 1986. He has delivered many memorable roles since then, in other films and TV shows including "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Big Bang Theory." He's also an author, blogger, podcaster, voice actor and self-proclaimed champion of geek culture. Follow him on Twitter @wilw.
This commentary first appeared on Wil Wheaton's blog at www.wilwheaton.net.
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