Thomas Fleming, a very conservative (of the Old Right variety) classical historian I highly respect, recently wrote the following as a follow-on comment to one of his online articles about the presidential election. He is here addressing the question of what to do:
The first thing, then, to understand is that there are far more important questions to address before worrying out which scoundrel sits in the White House. For example: how much Latin your children are learning in and out of school, how regular you have been in attending church, reading Scripture, and praying; what books and music should be reforming your soul; what good am I failing to do for members of my family or neighbors; how well have I controlled my temper and how effective have I been in witnessing to the Truth; what contributions have I made to the improvement of the social and cultural life of where I live;
That’s comment 3 from this article. It’s a good reminder for us all that there are more important things to worry and fret over, and more important things in life than simply an election.