Sunday, October 30, 2016

Insightful: Hillary Should Quit!

POTUS ONLY: A major concern contained in the briefing the president receives on January 20

According to Glenn Thrush of Politico, two major issues will face the next POTUS - N Korea and recession.

Recession is something you cannot mandate away, nor can you influence deeply.  Perhaps if American companies hired more Americans and stopped moving their companies.  Perhaps if we had more money to spend.  Perhaps if companies spent more to build and develop their assets ...


 The other issue I would like to suggest worth looking into.

North Korea having nuclear weapons capable of reaching California.

Recently, James Clapper the Director of U.S. National Intelligence said that it was probably a "lost cause" and the best that could be hoped for is a cap on the country's nuclear capability.  

I would urge anyone who seeks and desires truth, to look into the years 1989-1996.  Madeline Albright, Bill Clinton, and North Korea.

We armed him, indirectly.  We made it all possible.

Go back, look at the news from 1989-1992, then with those conditions in mind, look at what the US did from 1992-1996.

Good luck.

Now, some people may say we don't need to point fingers we need to find a solution.  Looking for blame is not part of the solution.  I believe it is.  First we need to know the origins and parameters of the issue, then how it came to be.  Then we can fix it.

Trump: The Reckless Excuse for Yesteryear

What is the attraction to Trump's campaign.  What could possibly propel this man into the White House against all odds, all efforts by the media, all polls, and all conventional wisdom ...

for a moment, I imagine it is possible, as the world collapses for Hillary -

- the 'basket of deplorables', all 48% of the American people don't want to give up our borders.
- they do not want to surrender sovereignty to Mexico or Hillary
- they don't want free immigration across our borders
- they don't want a supranational entity directing our future
- they don't want billionaires colluding and determining what is best for 300 million people
- they do not want the atmosphere of corruption that surrounds the poster child of corruption, Hillary
- they do not want the media dictating what is and is not important to them
- they do not want the culture of corruption that surrounds the Clinton Family Inc
- they do not want politicians who say one thing to the wealthy and elite and say something different to the masses of people.

They want honesty and that is something Hillary can't do if her life depended upon it.

Donald Trump bothers the elite, bothers the media, bothers academics and all the special snowflakes because ... he simply doesn't live according to their design.  He is not politically correct.  He hugs women and maybe at some point grabbed their butt, maybe held them a little longer than a customary 4 seconds ... Donald Trump is a poster child for the masculine male of the 70s ... and he was never changed as times changed.

The Republican party has distanced itself not because what he did was immoral or unethical or wrong, but because they have bought into the idea that masculine is bad, and if they didn't deny him ... they would lose the votes of special snowflakes and women.  But what they didn't realize was the disdain so many people have for the culture of snowflakes.  And a yearning for some medium between Trumps masculine extreme and an effeminate future.

He stands a chance.  Pennsylvania.  N Carolina.  Nevada.  Arizona.  - he can take it if he gets these states.

And Nevada is doable and so is Arizona.  Pennsylvania is a state affected by the loss of manufacturing - they are the people Hillary holds in greatest disdain - and West Virginians.

It is possible.  And in the next 8 days as more shit tumbles out of her corrupt closet ...

Clinton: No one says no to her!

Glenn Harlan Reynolds 10:38 a.m. EDT October 30, 2016

He's no paragon of virtue, but it won’t be that way with a President Trump.

 “Someone somewhere should have told her no.” Those are the words of a Clinton ally quoted in a roundup of Democratic reactions to Hillary Clinton’s FBI news by congressional newspaper The Hill. And, despite the fact that they come from a Clinton supporter, albeit an angry and disappointed one, they may illustrate the best reason for choosing Donald Trump instead of Clinton.

Here’s the full quote:

“I'm livid, actually. . . .This has turned into malpractice. It's an unforced error at this point. I have no idea what Comey is up to but the idea this email issue is popping back up again is outrageous. It never should have occurred in the first place. Someone somewhere should have told her no. And they didn't and now we're all paying the price.”

Someone, somewhere, should have told her no. Well, yes. But who? That was the problem with Secretary of State Clinton, and it will be a bigger problem with a President Clinton. Because, by all appearances, nobody tells Clinton no, and Clinton has no compunction about breaking the rules when it suits her purposes.

Thus the Clinton Foundation became a global money-laundering and influence-peddling organization without precedent in American history. Donors to the foundation were encouraged to steer money to what one employee called “Bill Clinton, Inc.,” and later to Clinton. State Department personnel did favors for people who donated money to the Foundation. And to make sure that nobody found out what was going on, Clinton ran her own homebrew server operation designed to ensure that Freedom of Information Act requests turned up nothing — and even President Obama, rather than saying no, went along, sending her emails at her non-government address under a fake name.
Someone somewhere should have told her no. But if the president wasn’t going to tell her no, who would? Staff at the State Department? They might have been willing to tell some other secretary of state no, but Clinton? Too risky, it seems. They certainly went along without visible objection, and without even leaks.

The press? When The New York Times reported Clinton’s secret, illegal server, Politico’s Glenn Thrush, far from condemning it, called it “badass.”

Congress? Clinton has stonewalled and run rings around numerous committees investigating her. 

Besides, Congress had already told her no, in the form of statutes governing the treatment of government communications and classified information. She just ignored those rules and did what she wanted. Hotel magnate Leona Helmsley famously said that “only little people pay taxes.” Clinton seems to feel the same way about obeying laws.

It won’t be that way with a President Trump. This isn’t because Trump is any less arrogant than Clinton (though it would be hard to be more arrogant). It’s because more people will be willing to tell Trump no. The civil service, which leans overwhelmingly Democratic, won’t be bending over backwards to do his will. The press can’t stand him. And the Congress, even if controlled by the GOP, won’t support him if he misbehaves because so many Republicans dislike him, too.

The truth is, neither one of our leading candidates for president is a paragon of virtue. But only one of them has already made a habit of flouting the law while in office, selling favors and escaping the consequences, and only one of them is likely to be able to pull it off from the White House.

And that’s the problem. If Secretary of State Clinton, serving under a president and with an eye on winning a second term in the White House, wasn’t constrained by the rules, who will constrain her if she’s president?

The answer, most likely, is nobody. And, once again, we’ll all be paying the price.

Glenn Harlan Reynolds, a University of Tennessee law professor and the author of The New School: How the Information Age Will Save American Education from Itself, is a member of USA TODAY's Board of Contributors.

Friday, October 28, 2016

WSJ: The Clinton MO

The Cold Clinton Reality

Why isn’t the IRS investigating the Clinton Foundation?

Hillary and Bill Clinton are asking for a third term in the White House, and voters who want to know what this portends should examine the 12-page memo written by a Clinton insider that was hacked and published Wednesday by WikiLeaks. This is the cold, hard reality of the Clinton political-business model.

Longtime Clinton aide Doug Band wrote the memo in 2011 to justify himself to lawyers at Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett who were reviewing his role and conducting a governance review of the Clinton Foundation at the insistence of Chelsea Clinton. In an email two weeks earlier, also published on WikiLeaks, Ms. Clinton said her father had been told that Mr. Band’s firm Teneo was “hustling” business at the Clinton Global Initiative, a regular gathering of the wealthy and powerful that is ostensibly about charitable activity.

Poor innocent Chelsea. Bill and Hillary must never have told her what business they’re in. If she had known, she would never have hired a blue-chip law firm to sweep through the hallways of the Clinton Foundation searching for conflicts of interest. Instead of questioning Mr. Band’s compensation, she would have pleaded with him never to reveal the particulars of his job in writing.

But she didn’t, and so Mr. Band went ahead and described the “unorthodox nature” of his work while emphasizing his determination to help “protect the 501(c)3 status of the Foundation.” That’s the part of the tax code that has allowed the Clinton Foundation to remain tax-exempt on the premise that it is dedicated to serving humanity.

Mr. Band graciously copied John Podesta, then adviser to the board, who would eventually become Hillary’s campaign chief. His helpful reply was to suggest that Mr. Band “strip the defensive stuff out” and later “go through the details and how they have helped WJC” [ William Jefferson Clinton].
The Band memo reveals exactly what critics of the Clintons have long said: They make little distinction between the private and public aspects of their lives, between the pursuit of personal enrichment, the operation of a nonprofit, and participation in U.S. politics.

Mr. Band writes that he and his colleague Justin Cooper “have, for the past ten years, served as the primary contact and point of management for President Clinton’s activities—which span from political activity (e.g., campaigning on behalf of candidates for elected office), to business activity (e.g., providing advisory services to business entities with which he has a consulting arrangement), to Foundation activity.”

This excerpt and all the potential conflicts it describes, plus Chelsea’s warning about business “hustling” at foundation events, would seem more than ample cause to trigger an IRS audit of the foundation. For that matter, why aren’t the IRS and prosecutors already on the case? Any normal foundation has to keep records to show it is separating its nonprofit activity from any for-profit business.

Mr. Band’s memo confirms that donors were not seeking merely to help the sick and the poor. He explains that the Clinton Foundation had “engaged an array of fundraising consultants” over the past decade but “these engagements have not resulted in significant new dollars for the Foundation.” In other words, it wasn’t working as a conventional charity.

Mr. Band then explains how he and his Teneo partner Declan Kelly had to carry the fundraising load, and did so by packaging foundation solicitations with other services such as a meeting with Bill Clinton, $450,000 speeches or strategic advice. Many of the donations, from U.S. companies like Coca-Cola and Dow Chemical and foreign firms like UBS and Barclays, occurred while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State.

Why exactly were donors writing checks? The Band memo makes clear that donations untied to additional Clinton or Teneo services weren’t all that appealing to potential supporters. This is significant, because the large grant-making foundations in the U.S. are almost entirely run by Clinton voters. So you know they weren’t turned off by the brand name. They’d contribute more if they thought they were also buying goodwill and influence with a current Secretary of State and a potential future President.


We don’t applaud WikiLeaks or the theft of information, and these hacks deserve a firm U.S. government response. But the emails are public and they will confirm for many Americans their worst suspicions about the people who run their government.

It’s also worth noting that in the vast digital trove of Mr. Podesta’s stolen emails we haven’t noticed emails from Mrs. Clinton. Perhaps they don’t exist. But American voters shouldn’t worry merely about the emails released before the election. What emails or memos exist that these hackers, Russian or not, could be withholding for leverage after the election with another President Clinton?

The Clinton campaign has suggested that Donald Trump has praised Vladimir Putin because the Russian has something on the Republican. The question is what do any number of possible bad actors know about Bill and Hillary Clinton’s mixing of business, charity and politics?

Nixonian Politics

Nixon was accused of a great many crimes.  Yet he resigned to spare the country embarrassment and worse, a period of instability at a time when the Cold War was blazing.

There are and have been many academics who teach the lessons of Nixon and do so with a dripping condescension and loathing for those who supported Nixon.

Hillary Clinton, when the history is finally written about her ... will make Nixon look like a boy-scout.  Her personal attacks, her enemies folder, her private investigations and smear teams, her bribing and meddling in criminal matters, her violations of national security, emails and servers ... she has already exceeded whatever crimes Nixon committed by volumes.

And yet, those academics still sing her praises and glory.  Like they were in church.

P.S - they will hang on to the glory of what could have been, even while privately admitting how flawed she was.  Her time is over, and thankfully we do not have anyone like her on the horizon.

Our nation has been spared that suffering.

Hillary Clinton embraces George Soros’ ‘radical’ vision of open-border world


The Washington Times - Thursday, October 20, 2016 
Hillary Clinton has aligned herself closely with a vision for America laid out by her benefactor — left-wing financier George Soros, who talks of “international governance,” more open borders, increased Muslim immigration and diminished U.S. global power.

The phrase “American exceptionalism” is not part of his agenda. He wrote in 1998: “The sovereignty of states must be subordinated to international law and international institutions.”

“We need some global system of political decision-making. In short, we need a global society to support our global economy,” Mr. Soros wrote.

After the Sept. 11, 2001, al Qaeda attacks on New York City and the Pentagon, he said, “Military power is of limited use in dealing with asymmetric threats such as terrorism.”

The Clinton-Soros symbiosis came into clearer focus this month with WikiLeaks’ release of thousands of hacked emails from John Podesta, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman. Mr. Soros‘ name comes up nearly 60 times.

The financial and ideological alliance is so complete that after Mr. Soros dined with Mrs. Clinton in 2014 and asked her to attend a liberal group’s fundraiser, her campaign manager, Robby Mook, wrote in an email, “I would only do this for political reasons (ie to make Soros happy).”
Rep. Duncan Hunter, the California Republican who is co-chairman of Donald Trump’s congressional leadership caucus, said a vote for Mrs. Clinton is a vote for the Soros agenda.
“The fact that Hillary Clinton and her campaign are so closely aligned with George Soros and his radical agenda is serious cause for alarm,” Mr. Hunter told The Washington Times. “Publicly, it’s a relationship she’s never really talked up, but communications at least now reveal how closely aligned they are, and Americans deserve to know that a Clinton presidency means even more direct influence from George Soros.
“And as for an agenda, there probably won’t be much daylight between the two, and Americans should be concerned that a vote for Clinton is no different than a vote for George Soros for president,” Mr. Hunter said.
The Times reached out to the press offices for Mr. Soros and Mrs. Clinton but received no reply.
With a Forbes-pegged fortune of $24 billion, Mr. Soros is America’s — and the world’s — most prominent financial star in a constellation of liberal activist groups. They have funded anti-police protests, some of them violent; rhetorical attacks on conservatives and their media; open border initiatives; and efforts to control journalists’ reporting.
The Hungarian-born U.S. citizen grew even closer to Bill and Hillary Clinton after Mr. Clinton became president, all the while funneling millions of dollars to their campaigns and to those of other Democrats.
“I do now have great access in [the Clinton] administration,” Mr. Soros told PBS in 1995. “There is no question about this. We actually work together as a team.”
Mr. Soros has donated nearly $11 million to Hillary Clinton’s Democratic presidential campaign and three main super PACS — USA Action, American Bridge 21st Century and Hillary for America, according to an analysis by The Washington Times.
His foundation has given up to $6 million to the Clinton Foundation, the global charity the Clintons set up that has proved to be a good networking tool to obtain paid speaking engagements. The Clintons have a personal net worth of $100 million to $150 million, most of it gained by giving speeches to bankers, corporations, colleges and trade associations.
Mr. Soros pumps money into a list of who’s who on the American left. They include Media Matters;, which organized aggressive protests at Trump rallies; and the Center for American Progress, founded by Mr. Podesta. Institutions that educate future journalists also take Mr. Soros‘ money.
A review of Mrs. Clinton’s private and public comments shows she has very much absorbed Mr. Soros‘ grand plan for the world, a blueprint that hangs under the title “open societies.” His New York-based Open Societies Foundation is at the center of his philanthropy and politics.
Open borders
Mr. Soros has complained of national borders as an impediment to world ruling bodies.
He finances at least seven groups in the U.S. that promote open borders and mass immigration, according to the book “Shadow Party” by David Horowitz and Richard Poe.
WikiLeaks’ massive release of hacked campaign emails shows that in one of Mrs. Clinton’s paid speeches to bankers, she pledged to work for open borders. Her “dream” presumedly means that the southern U.S. border would be a conduit for untold numbers of immigrants.
“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders,” she told a closed-door audience at Brazilian bank Banco Tau in May 2013.
Illustrating how far Mrs. Clinton has moved to the Soros position is a 2003 statement in which she said she was “adamantly opposed to illegal immigrants.”
Conservative bloggers say one of Mr. Podesta’s emails shows him explaining how illegal immigrants can vote by obtaining driver’s licenses and attesting to U.S. citizenship at the polls. Noncitizen voting in federal elections is against U.S. law.
Muslim immigration
Mr. Soros is a big proponent of bringing more Muslims into Europe and, by extension, to America. He views Muslim immigrants as a savior for Europe because of the continent’s low birthrate.
He has funded private groups helping Muslims enter Germany and other countries, and he wants Europe to borrow billions of dollars to pay for resettling them. He wrote in the Australian newspaper last year that Europe should bring in 1 million Muslim refugees per year “for the foreseeable future.”
Hungary built walls to keep out Middle Eastern refugees, fearing they would turn the country from its “Christian roots” into an Islamic state.
“This invasion is driven, on the one hand, by people smugglers, and on the other by [human rights] activists who support everything that weakens the nation-state,” said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. “This Western mindset and this activist network is perhaps best represented by George Soros.”
Mr. Soros told Bloomberg News: “Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.”
Mrs. Clinton said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that she wants to boost President Obama’s mark of 10,000 Syrian refugees resettled in the U.S. in one year to 65,000 — a 500 percent increase.
Anti-police protests
The Washington Times reported that groups that went to Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014 and stirred up anger during protests of the police shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown were funded by one of Mr. Soros‘ umbrella grant-makers.
One recipient was the Organization for Black Struggle, which established the HandsUp United coalition, which helped create the protest chant, “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Brown never put his hands up and assaulted a white police officer in the fatal altercation, according to a Justice Department report.
Mrs. Clinton is clearly in their corner. She has made statements supporting Black Lives Matter, whose followers call for violence against police officers, and scolded police across the board.
“Let’s admit it: There is clear evidence that African-Americans are disproportionately killed in police incidents compared to any other group,” she said in July.
“And surely we can all agree that’s deeply wrong and needs to change. And, yes, we do need to listen to those who say black lives matter,” Mrs. Clinton said.
She said during the primary election season, “There needs to be a concerted effort to address the systemic racism in our criminal justice system. And that requires a very clear agenda for retraining police officers.”
The nation’s largest police union has endorsed Mr. Trump.
American sovereignty
Mr. Soros says one of his pet peeves is that the U.S. launches military operations against other nations yet jealously guards its own self-determination.
“We are willing to violate the sovereignty of other states in the name of universal principles, but we are unwilling to accept any infringement of our own sovereignty,” he wrote in 1999 in The Washington Post. “We need a new international authority that transcends the sovereignty of states to promote an open society.”
Mr. Soros castigates the United States for not subjecting its deployed armed service members to international courts.
He wrote: “We are willing to drop bombs on others from high altitudes, but we are reluctant to expose our own men to risk. We refuse to submit ourselves to any kind of international governance. We were one of seven countries that refused to subscribe to the International Criminal Court; the others were China, Iraq, Israel, Libya, Qatar and Yemen. We do not even pay our dues to the United Nations. This kind of behavior does not lend much legitimacy to our claim to be the world’s leader.”
In her private 2013 speech to Brazilian bankers, Mrs. Clinton said a “dream” of hers is to establish a “hemispheric common market.” Presumedly, this would be modeled after the European Union, which dictates economic policy to member countries. The U.S. would find itself obliged to follow the dictates of a bureaucracy made up of South and Central America, Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.
The mission statement of Mr. Soros‘ flagship operation — the Open Societies Foundation — is that it works “to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people.”
One group Mr. Soros helped start with a $1 million-plus donation was, which helped organize violent protests at Trump rallies last spring. It celebrated the cancellation of Mr. Trump’s Chicago rally in March because of protesters and their attacks on Trump supporters.
“Mr. Trump and the Republican leaders who support him and his hate-filled rhetoric should be on notice after tonight’s events,” MoveOn said. “To all of those who took to the streets of Chicago, we say thank you for standing up and saying enough is enough. To Donald Trump, and the GOP, we say, welcome to the general election.”
Mr. Soros adamantly opposed President George W. Bush’s war on terrorism. In a 2004 book blasting the Iraq War, “The Bubble of American Supremacy,” Mr. Soros described the 9/11 attacks this way:
“Admittedly, the terrorist attack was a historic event in its own right. Hijacking fully loaded airplanes and using them as suicide bombs was an audacious idea, and the execution could not have been more spectacular. The destruction of the twin towers of the World Trade Center made a symbolic statement that reverberated around the word and the fact people could watch the event on their television sets endowed it with an emotional impact that no terrorist act had ever achieved.”
Mr. Soros and his Soros Fund Management made his fortune by trading currencies. France indicted him on charges of insider trading in the 1980s and fined him $2.6 billion. France’s highest court upheld his conviction. In Britain, he dumped so many pounds into the currency market that the media said he “broke the Bank of England.”
Mrs. Clinton said in 2004, “We need people like George Soros, who is fearless and willing to step up when it counts.”
Steven Milloy, publisher of, said: “If she does win, she won’t need Soros or anyone else anymore. She will be ‘Crooked Hillary‘ unchained and beholden to no one. She may do Soros‘ bidding, but he’s going to have to pay her to do it. She will service the left-wing ideological agenda to the extent she needs to maintain her voter base for 2020. But I see her focus being consolidation of power and money, or money and power.”


Denmark: Muslims stage organised attack against teenagers for being “American”

The below story also shows how little security Danes (and American tourists) have, now because the police is overwhelmed by Muslim crime and terror.

Translated from Berlingske:
“On October 1st 2016 at 03am,  our 30-year-old son and his four friends (three US citizens and a Danish friend) was assaulted by 8-10 masked ethnic youths (Danish media slang for Muslims) a few meters from our son’s home.
The attackers ask if the friends are Americans, and when it is confirmed, they are knocked down, beaten and kicked, threatened with death and with a knife. It all takes place right under our windows, and we are awakened by one of the young people screaming in panic: ‘stop, stop, stop’.
From the window I witnessed our son’s friends being chased and I scream ‘stop, stop’ out the window. Our son stands on the corner and putting a hand to his eye, shouting to us that we should call the police. … We run down to the street and find the five victims hurt and in shock. Our son was kicked in the eye. The violent psychopaths are gone.
I’m calling the police at 2:52 and speak with a person for nine minutes. We are all in shock and can only see that our son’s eye is badly beaten. … The alarm central says that ‘the danger is over’, that I should take it easy, and that no police will come, as they are busy elsewhere in town … Saturday I call the police again and ask whether it is true, that the police will not be sent to a violent assault. The answer is ‘yes’, and that it is according to their guidelines.
… What is it that is happening in Denmark? “

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Age and Experience

Society, ours and for the most part, humanity, give a pass on behavior (excepting murder) while you are in your teens or twenties.  You could be 50 and a story comes out from 30 years ago in which you behaved badly and ... you get a pass.  You grew up and ... hopefully behaved.

Donald Trump gets no such pass.  Regardless of his actions ten years, twenty years, or thirty years ago - he was still a mature adult when he did those things and as psychologists tell us, after your mid/late 20s you don't change your character much.  In his case, his behavior hasn't changed much at all.  Whether 30 years ago, 20, 10, or 5 years ago, his words and behavior were then, and are today,  unacceptable.

Richard Branson tells a story about lunch with Donald Trump many years ago in which Trump told him he would get a few people who didn't help Trump in his time of need.  He would spend the rest of his life getting even with them.  And this made Branson uncomfortable.

It should.

Just as it should make us all uncomfortable that Bill and Hillary never let go or forgive people who cross them.  They make a list and check it every so often to remind themselves who they still have to destroy.   They keep secret files and use various entities and resources to destroy people.

There is no difference but scale and the fact the Clintons have access to extreme power and have used it.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Note to Republican and Democratic Party


You selected a woman the vast majority of your own party do not want.  A woman who is deeply disturbed.  Her health is at best ... not good.  She will probably not finish 4 years because she simply cannot.  Her financial mess makes the Keating scandal look like a few cents were missing, Michael Milken misplaced a few dollars and Goldman Sachs issues seem like it involves change.

She has a husband who may well be a sexual predator.  He is mysogynistic at the very least and has assaulted multitudes of women, carrying on affairs with countless others, including quite possibly, under age girls (Jeffrey Epstein's private island, Prince Andrew et al).  She has allowed it.  Enabling a sexual predator is a crime, and she knew full well all about his extra curricular activities.  How else does he explain flights on Epstein's private plane darting off to a private island?

You can dress Hillary up but it doesn't change the fact she has lied to the American people on numerous occasions, lied to Congress, lied to everyone ... and you, the Democratic party know this full-well.  She has accepted donations from countries who butcher homosexuals, beat women, enslave women, traffic in human beings, and have no regard for free speech - yet your party attacks the Republicans for supporting Trump.

You have chosen someone who will very nearly be, as old or older than Ronald Reagan and you remember your attacks on Reagan for being too old.  Do you recall?  You should.  She is medically infirm.  Emails released by Wikileaks reveals a lot of evidence of her inability to stay on her feet very long.  I suppose she can be pushed around in a wheelchair.

The security who have protected her, secret service agents, and others have revealed just how much contempt she has for the military and intelligence agencies.  She lied about the classified emails, and we know she knew ... she was in the White House for 8 years.  She attended many meetings and those meetings had classified documents which she was made aware of, during attendance of same.  She is a liar, a horrible and pathological liar, and is unfit to serve in any government position.  She should not be privy to secret documents, nor should she ever be given top secret briefings.  Let her read the NY Times.  In fact, Kaine shouldn't either.  Why does your party select a VP candidate who worked with and aided a communist government.  A vice-presidential candidate who accepts liberation theology.  And you dared whine about Palin and her comments, which were true about Russia being visible from Alaska.  I feel very sad you are so pathetic a group, to have come so far from the time of Carter or even Kennedy.  And despite Kennedy's atrocious personal behavior, he believed in the United States.  The same cannot be said for Kaine and Clinton.

How do you sleep?

And Republicans, you allowed Trump to be in the position he now holds.  You are responsible.  You have allowed this to happen -  by making deals with Democrats, siding with ideologies anathema to your values, and by allowing millions of [Muslims or whomever] into this country is not an American value.  I would explain it to you but it would not be worth the time.  I'm sorry you have bought into the Democrats lies.  That is why the people of the party have deserted you and embraced an obnoxious and crass asshole.  You have created this monster and you have brought the Republican party to the brink of destruction.  He is a by product of your lack of conservative values.  He is a product of the distrust people now have for you.

And why do they distrust you?  Ever wonder?  Making deals that diminish American jobs and world respect.  Supporting policies in order that the administration throw you some crumbs.  Tolerating crumbs.  Tolerating the one-sided policies toward the United States.  Watching as a president uses force in more countries around the world than the previous two Republican presidents combined.  Allowing the use of executive orders/presidential findings, without taking the issue to the American people.  You become complicit in all that crap and why should they trust you.  Running candidates that are deeply flawed (yes, I know, Hillary was ...) - buying into the guilt complex Democrats throw at you. 

You should have had 3 of the Republicans drop out on day 1.  Yes, made them do so.  Had a tête à tête and sided with 1 and made it clear to the others everyone had to, or ... some consequence would befall them.  Then use everything on Hillary and dump it.  Attack her time in the White House - the amazing box of files on the sofa, the lies, the obfuscation, the filegate, travelgate ... then go after her financial and who has given to her ... every name.  Then go after the people around her and where their money was invested or received from.  Go after her time as Secretary of State ... each and every awful moment.  Go after everything ... but you did hodgepodge .... and it failed.  You didn't and now we find ourselves with Hillary Clinton on the verge of taking the White House ... a woman who has held congress in contempt, ignored laws and taken hundreds of millions from people and countries .... she is so tainted I cannot believe she is allowed to remain.  You all disgust me.

Where to go?  I wish there was somewhere.

None of you are worth it.

F@#$ you all.  FX$%# you all for ruining this country, for sending our country on a spiraling downward trajectory from which we cannot ever recover.  F@&%# you all for doing away with our sovereignty and independence.  F%@& you all. 

Dear Donald

I wanted to dash off a short note to you before I get back to my regularly scheduled programming.

You don't deserve our votes.  Not a single one.

In a 'normal' year, you would have only 10 votes and most would be from your family.

You are obnoxious.  Your actions and words are highly objectionable.  Your behavior is odious.

You are highly annoying with an objectionable word use problem - your use of malapropisms is simply ... wrong.  I cringe every time I hear you speak or read anything you have written.  Worse still, you don't even understand you are doing it.

You appear to be a bully, inconsiderate, and highly disrespectful.  You say things that are not only wrong but just ... wrong.  Making light of nuclear is something no political figure should do, no human should do.  Your speeches are popoloca and that is disturbing.  Your crass behavior and use of vulgar vocabulary may be typical for you, but it is not what we want from a president.

You should never have fallen into the trap of answering 'their' questions which, regardless of how you answer, you lose.   Hillary is a great example - she weasels out of everything by changing the subject or simply deflects to whatever subject she wants to drone on about - like Assange.  You bound straight in habnab. 

You don't deserve our votes, but you will get more than the media believe you will get on November 8.  My guess is you will still lose, as you deserve to do, but you will get a LOT of votes ... perhaps almost close to her popular vote ... which should tell her something!  I doubt she will even notice - she is a deeply disturbed human being with little remorse for her actions, or empathy for others.  Her sociopathic and dare I say, psychopathic behavior is very disturbing.  To have someone like this sitting in the Oval Office, even if they are napping all the time, is scary.

It is still possible to defeat the bitch, but it will take a miracle.  The National Enquirer story is pretty damning, but the major media will ignore it and will instead chase and hound you about an apology for having winked at some person 30 years ago.   They don't want to look into the allegations raised in the Enquirer, or the $2 billion foundation and what it doesn't do in Haiti or Columbia.  They don't want to demand an immediate retraction and return of funds from those countries who slaughter gays and subjugate women.  The media won't demand a denunciation from her for anything.  Her misprision will not even raise eyebrows, not yet at least.  Had her campaign made comments about Muslims rather than Catholics, the media and world would have jumped on them ... but it was just Catholics so no one cared.  

No, the miracle will have to be much bigger.  On the level of an appearance by the Holy Mother.

 Absent that, you are done, toast, baked, over cooked, ready for the trash ... and we must endure that bitch and her sleazy, abusive, misogynistic husband for 4 years.  I'm sure women will cheer, although if I were them I would be deeply shamed.  We will, most likely, not have to endure her for the full 4 years ... her health will not permit her that luxury and so we will get Kaine and his obnoxious.  In fact, the American people will be exposed to the obnoxious of Hillary for however many years and then Kaine for the remainder.

Then she will be some heroic figure when in truth, she should be relegated to the ash heap of history.  Sadly feminists and others who would rather deify her than help women and the poor, will not allow that to happen.

I am very sad Donald.  I am sad for my family and for millions of Americans who have to endure that woman.  She is not a supporter of anything except making money for her foundation.  She doesn't care about the United States. She never did.  She is in the truest sense - psychopathic.

I am deeply saddened by the fact you were nominated instead of almost any other human being - because anyone else would have been elected over her.  Even Democrats don't like her.  Bill doesn't even like her. Romney could have won.  McCain still could.  I even wonder about Palin.

I am very sad.  Sad for our future.  Sad.

 (Still) An American

(and yes, I did use obnoxious correctly - look it up!)

You stand a real shot at winning today.  You need Florida and 1-2 other states that are now in flux, and you can do it.  I really believe Florida will go for you.  I hope so.  Pennsylvania probably won't although I really hope it would.

I hope, if you win in 4 days, that you don't believe the votes were all for you - many were against Hillary.  Don't disrespect the office.  Don't gild the White House in that horrid and putrescent color scheme of your NY apartment.  The White House is our house, you rent it for 4 years.  Disappoint me, disrespect the Oval Office, or Office of the President, and I will oppose you equally as I oppose Hillary today.

Good luck.  Our future is counting on it.

You do deserve some credit Donald.  I know Democrats are aware of this, even if they never acknowledge it - you beat them.  
Hillary had her machine.  She had the media behind her.  She had billionaires and tech companies behind her.  She had all of Hollywood behind her.  She had virtually every journalist alive supporting her, Mexican billionaires donated.  She had the Democratic party behind her, the current president supporting her, the current Vice President supporting her.  An ex-president who is still much liked, out supporting her.  And then there was you.

You, almost alone.  The Republican party split as soon as the temperatures went up a degree.  The ex-presidents of the Republican party were invisible or said they would vote for Hillary.  Billionaires in the Republican party distanced themselves.  Most Republicans distanced themselves.  The party apparatus did the least it could do.  The party leaders all but tripped you as you went about campaigning.  And you still did better than Romney or McCain.  You did it.  Not them.  You stood up to Hillary and her entire apparatus and have her very worried today.  And even if you lose, you did something the Republican party couldn't do.  

They should really be ashamed.  Had they done 10% more for you than they did ... you could have blasted her out of the water and taken down the most formidable system we have known in 50 years.


My dear hillary letter

Make Mine Freedom - 1948

American Form of Government

Who's on First? Certainly isn't the Euro.