People who demonstrate in consistent ways - - - honorable virtues that you admire - - - are usually people whom you feel that you can trust and rely upon. You may find it helpful to make a list of honorable virtues that you admire - - - in people whom you regard as - - - trust-worthy-people. You may appropriately list virtues individually; if the virtues can reliably stand-alone as reliable-signs of trustworthy-people. Also, you may appropriately list virtues in explicitly-combined doublets-or-triplets, etc. - - - if-only-within such explicitly-combined-sets-of-virtues - - - can they be relied upon as reliable-signs of trustworthy-people. For example: "loyalty", "enthusiasm", "tenacity", "diligence", "patriotism", "believer", "sincerity", "endurance", "tolerance", "powerful", "wealthy", "faithful", "pure", "confident", "certain" and "accurate" - - - as isolated-individual-virtues - - - are NOT by-themselves-one-at-a-time Highly-Reliable-Signs of isolated-trustworthy-people. You may find it interesting and helpful to ask friends to do as suggested above; and then compare in open-and-honest- dialogues your respective lists; and amend your lists as you see fit to do. You may then have an improved-basis for making-decisions about which candidates-for-election-to-public office it is safe-for-you to-support - - - and safe-for-you to-vote-to-support-them. Will they-continue to-be trustworthy in-power? Be Graciously-Together in Shalom's-Sanctuaries! Be Graciously-Engaged in Open-and-Honest-Dialogues!