Friday, October 14, 2016

Two choices

You may not like it, but you only have TWO realistic choices in this 2016 presidential election.

On the Left, you have Hillary Clinton.
Towards the Right, you have Donald Trump.

There are other contenders, but unless you've been smoking wacky weed, you know that they are not going to win.

So, look at the history, personal agendas, and party platforms of each of the TWO.

On the Left, Hillary Clinton has never met a regulation
Photo by Liston Matthews
or gun ban she didn't like. She was there when Bill Clinton passed his Goldilocks Gun Ban.

She has never met a magazine ban she didn't like.

She is supported by the likes of Bloomberg, Demanding Mommies for Gun Bans, and Planned Parenthood.

She has never met an abortion plan she didn't like.

She will stack the courts with judges/justices who will move us further down the socialist path.

She wants to repeal the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act. Now apply that to your car. Under her plan, someone could successfully sue a gun manufacturer for the misuse of a firearm. This would be closely akin to someone successfully suing Ford because another person willfully and maliciously ran over them with a F-150. Huh?
Her Democratic Party platform is filled with the same. Go HERE and read it for yourself.

She and BHO abandoned our folks at Benghazi. She will do the same for your deplorable, deployable kids in uniform.

If you align yourself with those ideals, then go vote for her.


Toward the Right, Donald Trump may be a chump. But he believes in America.
Now, after his years of success in the business world, women are coming out of the woodwork with accusations. Why in October, just before the November election?

The Republican Party platform, available HERE, is practically the polar opposite of the Democratic one.
I could have written Trump's position paper on guns. Does he adhere strongly to it? I think so.
You can read his other policy positions HERE.


Neither candidate is perfect. Far from it. But she desires (IMHO) to continue Obama's fundamental transformation of America into a Socialist Utopia.

I think that if she wins, America's resilience will soon be used up, and the Republic will soon perish.

Oh, and hedge your bets. Buy guns and ammo now. If she wins, prices will skyrocket and shelves will be bare.

What do you think? (G-rated. This is not the Book of Face.)


Wes Hibbert said...

AMEN! Couldn't have said it better. Why are all those women claiming to have been sexually assaulted by Trump going public now? Why are we not talking about Hillary's leaked emails? Talk about vulgar, Hillary uses all of George Carlin's "7 Words" while shouting at the people who protect and serve her. Why aren't we talking about that? Why aren't former Bernie supporters talking about Hillary, Debbie Wasserman Schultz & Donna Brazil conspiring to eliminate Bernie from the nomination? Why is no one talking about the Clinton Foundation's atypical business model that contradicts all normal accounting procedures? I could go on but what's the point. Everything Liston said about Hillary is true plus some more. Wes H.

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rexxhead said...

The situation in which we find ourselves -- with two major-party candidates who vie with each other for the label "most despised' -- is the unfortunately easily predictable result of otherwise-respectable political voices telling us decade after decade that there are only two viable choices, and us believing them.

Reliance on the white-hat Republicans to save us from the black-hat Democrats has been foolish for at least 70 years. It is not getting less foolish as time goes by. Each cycle we are faced with (again) the same old lesser-of-two-evils. It may have seemed in years past that not voting for Republican evil would be catastrophic.

Okay, kids, here we are at the end of the road where even voting for Republican-style evil buys you catastrophe of a sort largely indistinguishable from Democrat-style evil.

What's the game plan from the LO2E cheering squad now? I ask because I see that no one is entertaining the idea that repeating their failed strategy of decades past might not be such a good idea.

I suggest that parsing the minuscule differences between Trump and Clinton is a waste of your time -- and ours -- and I'm not going to do it anymore. I'm voting for the "most good" rather than the "least evil".