… with this lesser-of-two-evils logic? David French. As he put it in the “Good Republican” article: “Vote for politicians of good character who share your political values. If they are deficient on either score, they don’t get your vote.” In 2016, French voted for independent candidate Evan McMullin. In February 2020, he repeated his c…
I think consistency of character is most important. Character is what gets squeezed when tested. If a person has good values (beyond political ones), they will make good choices depending upon the context.
A policy platform is only hypothetical, but when a person with integrity is faced with a decision, they will decide based on a variety of factors given the context.