Not one of the viable candidates for election to the presidency next year is worthy of the office or deserving of a positive vote.
Each and every one of them is a proponent of big and ever expanding government and thus of further curtailment of individual freedoms, liberties, rights and responsibilities. They all have and are promoting a government solution for any and all real and imagined problems.
On the other hand, it is unlikely that any of the Republicons would do as much damage as the incumbent holder of the office were he to be reelected. You ain't seen nothing like what Obama would do in a second term during which he would be free to act as he wishes without the restraining prospect of having to face the voters again for return to another term in office.
Despite the admirable efforts of the Tea Partiers, they have lost out, defeated by the prevailing political establishment autocrats.
The bottom line is that citizens who believe that the size and scope of government should be cut and confined to the limits prescribed by the Constitution again will be without a candidate for whom to vote. Instead, we again will be forced to seek to defeat the worst candidate by casting our ballots for the one likely to do somewhat less harm.