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There’s a question about this election that no one seems to be asking. Can someone like Trump who has never held public office become the most powerful person on the planet and not crash civilization? Is being president something that just anyone off the street can do?

If you were getting an operation would you trust your life to someone who has never been in an operating room? Would you take your car to a mechanic who has never worked on a car before? So why would we trust the fate of America to an ill tempered man baby who’s only government experience is finding novel ways to avoid paying his taxes? Granted Hillary has her problems. But she isn’t a noob.

  1. Phydeau says:

    LOL, waving the red flag in front of the wingnuts.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Phydeaux, you should set an example for others and be a role model.

      With all the corruption exposed in the Wikileaks dumps, it’s all up to you to bring balance to the world.

      I think you should set yourself on fire at a Hillary rally carrying a sign “Bring honor and ethics back to Washington! You failed me as a leader.”

      Your example would get wide media attention, and remind us all that we should be our better selves.

      And think of how famous you would be. You’d be in the history books as the “guy who set himself on fire to protest corruption”.

  2. NewFormatSux says:

    When the alternative is a mechanic who will take your money and give your car to someone else, sure.

    Trump will get along with everyone. Hillary’s experience is

  3. spsffan says:

    Most of the problem with Trump is that he is a despicable human being, is crass, vulgar, a megalomaniac, petty, a deadbeat (and a wealthy one at that!), thin skinned, vindictive and does not know how to wear a necktie properly.

    Actually, all you need to be president of the United States is to be over 35 and a natural born citizen. No experience necessary.

    As far as it goes, there are lots of people with no political experience who might make great presidents. Heck, Edith Wilson wasn’t so bad.

    The point is that lack of experience alone does not necessarily disqualify someone. In fact an ACCEPTABLE, sane, non-Washington candidate, with good ideas and the wherewithal to get them done is just what this country needs. !

    • Ah_Yea says:

      Even preferable to a “career politician”, most of whom have been absorbed by the “blob” commonly known as the DC community.

  4. JCD is getting scared.

    He had faith Wall Street would protect his comfy Boomer dividend checks by installing another NeoCon borrow and spend warmonger.

    His 20 trillion dollars national debt financed NorCal lifestyle is about to end.

  5. Geoworker says:

    Well, experience in what? What kinds of experiences does one need to be President. In this country, it was taken for granted (at one time) that anyone could be President (I know, that’s no more).

    Yes, Trump does have experiences in business and management that does count. Even Hillary does too. (even George Bush?). However, besides experience, there is character. It’s a sad commentary that this country has two folks that have questionable character running for President – and that can be worse than no experience – a lot worse.

  6. George Washington says:

    Refreshingly, no.

    It’s about Leadership.

  7. Guyver says:

    Was the same question asked of Obama from the same people? Or is community organizing considered requisite “experience”?

    • Marc Perkel says:

      Actually you make my point. Obama wasn’t really up to being president either and he has been a senator. Hillary, although she has a casual relationship with the truth, has a long resume.

      • Mr Diesel - says:

        Yes, Obomba, the community organizer who voted present a lot as a state senator so he could not be pinned down on a position.

        Worthless as a state senator.
        Worthless as a US senator.
        Worthless as a president.

        But he was good at doing drugs and hanging out with domestic terrorists.

        So, no. No experience other than the natural born citizen and 35 years old is required.

      • ± says:

        [sayeth Marc]
        … Hillary, although she has a casual relationship with the truth, has a long resume. …

        Was this uttered here first on Is using the phrase [that person has a] “casual relationship with the truth”, the new politically correct way of indicating someone is a pathological liar?

      • Ah_Yea says:

        Yes, Hillary does have a long resume.

        Clinton Death Count (Don’t forget the latest 5, like Seth Rich!)
        Clintons turn IRS into ‘gestapo’
        Covering Bill’s dirty deeds
        Looting the White House
        Filegate: FBI files on GOP enemies
        Hillary’s ‘Muslim Brotherhood princess’
        Vince Foster’s 1993 death
        Emailgate: ‘She should go to prison for this’
        Chinagate: Sale of high-tech secrets
        Travelgate: Always room for friends
        Whitewater: Jail for friends, but not Clintons
        ‘Landing under sniper fire’ in Bosnia
        Hillary’s ‘missing’ law firm billing records
        Pardongate: Hillary Senate contributions
        Hillary’s cash cows and 9,987 percent profit
        Hillary’s radical pal, Saul Alinsky
        Hillary laughs about defending child rapist
        Hillary ca$hes in: Iranian fundraising
        Clinton Foundation: Scandals keep coming
        Benghazi: 4 American lives lost
        Peter Franklin Paul: Another Hillary friend goes to prison
        Watergate: Fired for being a ‘liar’
        And the hits just keep coming.

        Yea, that’s one great resume!

      • NewFormatSux says:

        Hillary if elected would mean it becomes common practice for politicians of both parties to get foreign money thru the Clinton Foundation schemes.

      • Guyver says:

        So she has a long resume of lying, cheating, stealing, etc…. but what has she accomplished?

        Just because she’s been able to get a job title and do nothing worthy of praise with that job title is hardly worth the logical leap you’re trying to make.

        • Clancys_Daddy says:

          You just described every politician who has ever ran for office.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          My how they plan.

          HRC did a paid speech in NYC for Deutsche Bank. I wrote her a long riff
          > about economic fairness and how the financial industry has lost its way,
          > precisely for the purpose of having something we could show people if ever
          > asked what she was saying behind closed doors for two years

  8. jpfitz says:

    Well then let’s elect a pedophile rapist. Yeah, just dandy.

  9. ECA says:

    what EXPERIENCE??

    6 months in Wash DC..
    While at work 1/2 the time they are on the phone TRYING to make money for the next election..

    In the OLD DAYS…(before the 70’s)
    They got a STIPEND, an allowance for RENT/FOOD/TRANSPORT while in wash DC…
    When they got DONE…they went home to WORK..

    IF you worked 1/2 a year, and SPENT 1/2 your time AT WORK on the phone…Would you keep your job??

    THESE are supposed to be EDUCATED PEOPLE???

    Would it be nice to have a WORKING missle class person as president?? how about the OTHER JOBS??


  10. Eyes Wide Shut says:


    Trump HAS experience!!!

    Maybe not as a goddamn Washington LAWYER kind of political experience. But he does HAVE EXPERIENCE as a CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER of a very successful business — and as an ENTERTAINER! Any money Hillary ever “earned” (if you can call it “earned”) has been from TAXES! Not one goddamn dime either of those (Clinton) assholes have was EVER actually earned HONORABLY!

    Can you REALLY point to ANY successes of Hillary’s?! I say, HELL NO! That is, unless all you look at is a person’s BANK ACCOUNT! Any success that bitch has had was accomplished by riding her husbands coat tails. Only after YEARS of being a famous blow hard first lady (a position that is NOT elected) she managed to stay on as a mediocre politician by BUYING her seat in Congress. And once in Congress, all she did was a big fat NOTHING! So yes, she was successful at keeping a Congressional seat and later on as a Obama lackey. But that’s all BULLSHIT since every goddamn dime she EVER took has come from our ever INCREASED TAXES!!! (And yes, she did work as a Lawyer many years before, but most anyone who knew her at that time would have to admit she was a dismal failure which is why they both turned to politics.)

    So yes, if you look at Hillary’s “success” in terms of money, she succeeded quite well. But I would hardly say Hillary Clinton was successful OR qualified to be President — quite the opposite.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Most “business skills” have no application or are actually antithetic to good gubment leadership. To that point: its abundantly clear that Trump AS A BUSINESS PERSON is more corrupt than Hillary is as a politician.

      Sucks to be Puke….although that is the best reaction to doing so.

    • Ben Dover says:

      Trump is nothing more than a crass, bully. He wants to buy himself more power. The ultimate. President of The United States!
      Fuck him and his campaign!

      • Ben Dover says:

        A Putin Puppet…

        • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

          Maybe…. but only as long as Trump thinks he can get something from him. In that attitude, Trump strikes me as the “typical successful psychopath business man.” Marking the entire world into who he can make money off of and who won’t let him do it: aka: Friend or Foe.

          Business —— IS NOT —– Governing.

      • NewFormatSux says:

        Maybe Trump is buying it, but Hillary would be selling it.

  11. ± says:

    [trolled Marc Percel with the inherent power one has to troll as an admin]
    “..If you were getting an operation would you trust your life to someone who has never been in an operating room? Would you take your car to a mechanic who has never worked on a car before? …”

    First, let me reiterate that although I always vote, I don’t help to hire R/Ds.

    That said, Trump is a disaster waiting to happen. And THAT said, the metaphors you used are disingenuous at best. It’s perfectly clear that any candidate who is worldly and intelligent and who has a small enuff ego to listen to smart people with experience that know better than the candidate in areas that the candidate is weak in, that said candidate can then excel, exactly as happens in most every other area of life.

    Neither Trump or Clinton are that person. As are most D/Rs in general (since they have sold out by even buying into that corruption).

  12. Hmeyers says:

    Cubs won the World Series.

    The Apocalypse has officially started.

  13. Hmeyers says:

    It looks like enough things have been discovered recently in email dump regarding the Clinton Foundation/political donor stuff that …

    … even if Hillary wins the election (still seems most likely outcome), a fair number of her cronies are going to be investigated for years.


    • Mr Diesel - Libertarian Deplorable says:

      Don’t worry. I’m sure she’ll send the nuclear launch codes to Hummer in an email so they will be safe, that is unless the Weiner gets hold of them.

      Then we’ll have an underage panty dropping party while held hostage.

      Very few times in my life have I ever heard a woman talk that grates me like fingernails on a chalkboard but Hillary is one.

    • Phydeau says:

      Record number of Reagan and Dubya cronies were prosecuted, you idjit. But we don’t hear you railing against them. IOKIYAR. Look it up. 🙄

  14. Phydeau says:

    370 economists publish an open letter pleading for people not to vote for Trump because of his bizarre “ideas”

    Donald Trump is a dangerous, destructive choice for the country. He misinforms the electorate, degrades trust in public institutions with conspiracy theories, and promotes willful delusion over engagement with reality. If elected, he poses a unique danger to the functioning of democratic and economic institutions, and to the prosperity of the country. For these reasons, we strongly recommend that you do not vote for Donald Trump.

    Obviously part of the world-wide liberal conspiracy against Trump. 🙄

    • NewFormatSux says:

      If it had been a different Republican nominee, you guys would have been saying the nominee is horrible, so much worse than Donald Trump.

      • Phydeau says:

        Uh, no, NFS. We didn’t say that about McCain or Romney. They were run-of-the-mill Republican candidates. Sane people. Not whiny crybabies like Trump.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          You did say it about Romney. Obama said it about Romney, that’s he’s not normal like McCain.

          And I was saying what would have happened this year with Rubio or Cruz or Bush. You would have said Trump is normal compared to these guys.

          And the next time Republicans have someone else as their candidate, you will be praising Trump and saying he is good compared to the new guy. You will say he’s smart and moderate.

          I predicted it would be said about W, and it happened.

          • Phydeau says:

            Romney was not as stunningly unqualified as Trump. The Republican establishment and dozens of previously neutral publications and organizations did not urge people to vote against him. Get your head out of your ass, NFS.

            And if you want to avoid looking foolish, you better avoid mentioning Dubya. All you wingnuts were bowing down before him, until it became obvious what a disaster he was. After that, none of you claimed to know him. 🙄 🙄 🙄

          • NewFormatSux says:

            Now Democrats are holding him up as a smart guy. They attacked Romney as abnormal like McCain. If the candidate now were Rubio or Cruz, you’d be posting that Trump is normal and these guys are worse. Next time around, Dems will be saying Trump is smart and nice and moderate and the current Republican candidate is worse. You’ll do it too.

  15. Hmeyers says:

    2 different internal FBI sources have confirmed that an indictment is likely in the Clinton Foundation “pay for play” case.

    Now what …

    • NewFormatSux says:

      No, there will be no indictment. You can’t indict a sitting President(40 year old opinion of Justice Department), and you can’t impeach for something that was done before they were President(200 year old opinion of Congress).
      So now you have a very short time window to indict. Then you can’t get a trial while President, and it would be unfair to do so later, so you would have to cancel the indictment.

      Now you could maybe if you do it quickly get enough Hillary electors to vote for someone else, throwing it into the House. I think you could get Republicans to endorse President Biden over Trump.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      In order to indict, you need a grand jury, and I think Justice Department has blocked that.

  16. Circuitsmith says:

    Sure, Trump has plenty of experience, especially in business:
    Multiple bankruptcies and thousands of lawsuits.
    Obama has done pretty well considering Republican Congress
    has been vigorously trying to stifle him from before he was inaugurated.

    • Mr Diesel - Libertarian Deplorable says:

      Obomba should have been impeached and then jailed for Fast and Furious gun running and no, I don’t give a shit when it started. I care about all the people that have died as the result of the incompetent shithead being in office.

      • Phydeau says:

        What a dipshit you are, D. You pick one random government program that went wrong and blamed it directly on Obama, as if he was the one who personally planned it. Meanwhile, you ignore all the corrupt, idiotic things that Republican presidents have done. By your logic, Dubya should have been impeached over 9/11. Reagan should have been impeached over Iran/Contra arms for hostages. And the list goes on.

        You’re just a bitter old white guy with a thing against black people and women. Fuck off, D.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          More impeachments is not a bad thing.

        • Nick says:

          Har….the fear is strong with this one. When all else fails, Racist! Sexist!


          • Mr Diesel - says:

            Racist and misogynist you are!!

            The rallying cry of every liberal who has already lost and argument.

            I never said I wouldn’t support blaming republicans for fucking up.

            In spite of your telling me to fuck off please have a nice day.

        • ± says:

          You liberals can’t help yourselves. Every time you don’t like something, no matter what, it is racist or some other -ist regardless of the truth content of what you don’t like.

  17. Hmeyers says:

    Main reason to vote for the other major party candidate, is so we can see this happen:

    If she wins, she’ll just fire the leaders of the FBI.

    I’m not big on Trump and I wish Bernie or Biden were the Democrat, but I’d love to see Hillary prosecuted.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      Yea, with Trump we will at least have a media that is again serving as government watchdog and not lapdog.

      Comedians can attack the President instead of serving as a court jester and attacking the President’s opponents.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Hillary is such a rat-bag, she’d just do whatever she wanted. She already has.

      A Hillary Clinton presidency — the White House would become a wretched hive of scum and villainy.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

        Ha, ha. What’s up HM?

        Tired of striking a reasonable cautionary stance against Party Orthodoxy and taking comfort in going full retard?

        “Never go full retard.”

        • ± says:

          Pointing out the obvious truths about Hillary isn’t partisan per se, but your denial of them certainly is (unless you’re just an idiot).

        • NewFormatSux says:

          You just have to throw out live bait like that for pedro? When you make it that easy, he didn’t take it.

        • Hmeyers says:

          The irony in this election is that Hillary ended up getting paired against Trump.

          Trump is basically a Democrat.

          And unlike Hillary, is an actual New Yorker — he’s mean, unrelentless and willing to throw mud and more mud like all the other New York politicians do.

          He has the willingness to call the Clinton Foundation a criminal organization, to say she should be in jail, to give voice to the victims of Bill Clinton, to point out her corruption and lies.

          See the thing is — if Obama had a backbone — he would have let the FBI do their job, indict Hillary.

          And then Biden or Sanders would be easily cruising to victory. But Obama didn’t have the backbone.

          This whole problem of Hillary was caused by not by the other party, but by the choices of Democrats (Obama, the DNC, Hillary herself).

          Hillary is still probably going to win. Probably.

          And if the Democrats lose this election, they only have themselves to blame.

          Hillary should not have been allowed to run for office under FBI investigation in the first place, it’s just common sense.

          • Hmeyers says:

            Add: Not one FBI investigation, but 2 FBI investigations. The email one. And the other being the Clinton Foundation “pay for play” investigation.

  18. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    Yes….. the right wing partisan BS runs deep on this forum. Extreme…even in its moderate form==>ha, ha. Patisanship: choosing party or a philosophy OVER the general welfare. Stinks no matter what the subject or who is doing it: overriding THE TRUTH in favor of talking points. Blaming one side when both sides, or all sides, do it. In the main: Stupid, and proud of it.

    ““The Germans are ahead not because they have better sun, but because they set up a policy framework in which everybody can invest in renewables and come out ahead,” said ILSR’s John Farrell, one of the principal architects of the groundbreaking, just-passed Minnesota solar standard. “It was not tilted toward people who have tax liability or upfront capital. It made it easy to become a renewable energy investor, democratized ownership, and created strong and resilient political support for renewables.” … istributed

    I pulled the above quote from a quick google search but the issue came up in presentation by Thom Hartman reading from his book “The Crash of 2016” in which he reviewed how Germany implemented their Solar energy program. In short: Germany needed more electrical power and were planning to build two Nuke Plants. So..the gubment taking a stand against Nukes (I think from Fukushima although that was not mentioned) said No. We are going to invest in the future in the main by:

    1. Power companies MUST buy solar from anyone at a rate equal to what their cost would be from new Nuke plants. That provided a very high rate to anyone selling solar power.

    2. Then they required or incentivized banks to offer low interest rate loans to people who wanted to buy and install solar panels.

    Result: installation of solar has been dramatic exceeding the expected/hoped for generation of solar power and that continues today.

    And here in the GOUSA….we still have NO ENERGY POLICY. Not even when Germany exists to show us the way. What we are is corrupt to the core. Killing our future rather than making common sense market oriented rational regulatory moves to benefit everyone except those who would monopolize a required service would they be given the “free market” means to do so.

    ……….Then Thom went on to describe how Media/News has been monopolized to the injury of all in the same way.

    ……….Then he mentioned how the same thing is now happening with drug prices and availability.

    America: a nation of suckers…… half of them supporting the science denying Republican Party in favor of guns, faith, and the quick lie. Disgusting on every level.

    • Circuitsmith says:

      Germany (and everyone else) will eventually have to go nuclear again… with THORIUM.

      • ± says:

        We would have thorium nuke plants now except for the status quo/vested interests killing the concept.¹

        And we wouldn’t need thorium nuke plants if the simplest possible safe uranium nuke plants were allowed to exist. The complexity of them is an order of magnitude greater than it needs to be on purpose. If the same people get a hold of a thorium initiative, it will turn out to be nearly as bad.

        ¹ Mention status quo, and bobbo and the majority on this blog would be right there.

    • Stay On Point says:

      Hillary MUST to go jail to begin the healing process.

  19. The Pirate says:

    Garbage politician.
    Garbage capitalist.

    Pick your experience.
    Enjoy the ride.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Nice goof. good tunes in the sidebar too. Do you know why Amish girls are never satisfied in bed?==See “Give Me two Pigs” at 1:08. Its not that funny…. but we’re talking Amish here, and just how many jokes are there?

  20. Mr Diesel - Libertarian Deplorable says:

    From the wife of George Stuffaguppyless:

    Ali Wentworth would rather go down under with husband George Stephanopoulos: “If Trump wins, we’ll start looking at real estate in Sydney, Australia. No crime, no guns.”

    Great, one more reason to vote for Trump. But like all those other lying assholes that say they are going to move they will back out. Notice how they say it in a way that leads you to believe they are moving when in fact she couches it that and if Trump wins she will just say they were not moving, just buying a vacation home.

  21. Phydeau says:

    Lovely… the FBI is in the bag for Trump. 🙄

    Deep antipathy to Hillary Clinton exists within the FBI, multiple bureau sources have told the Guardian, spurring a rapid series of leaks damaging to her campaign just days before the election.

    Current and former FBI officials, none of whom were willing or cleared to speak on the record, have described a chaotic internal climate that resulted from outrage over director James Comey’s July decision not to recommend an indictment over Clinton’s maintenance of a private email server on which classified information transited.

    “The FBI is Trumpland,” said one current agent.

    This atmosphere raises major questions about how Comey and the bureau he is slated to run for the next seven years can work with Clinton should she win the White House.

    The currently serving FBI agent said Clinton is “the antichrist personified to a large swath of FBI personnel,” and that “the reason why they’re leaking is they’re pro-Trump.”

    Well there goes their credibility when discussing Clinton. 🙄

    • Wait A Minute says:

      Phydeau, you’ve been blaming the Russians for a long time now. And now it’s the FBI. Are the FBI now taking orders from the Russians?

      Talk about wingnuts and credibility….

      • Phydeau says:

        WAM, you get an F for your failed attempt at producing a coherent thought. Is that you, pedrito???

    • NewFormatSux says:

      The FBI is Trumpland. Care to donate to a Hillary Clinton ad campaign saying that?

  22. Phydeau says:

    An oldy but a goody… Trump interview in People Magazine, 1998:

    If I were to run, I’d run as a Republican. They’re the dumbest group of voters in the country. They believe anything on Fox News. I could lie and they’d still eat it up. I bet my numbers would be terrific.

    They are that dumb, Donald. Good call. 🙄

    How does it feel to be taken for a ride by a con man, wingnuts?

    • Mr Diesel - Libertarian Deplorable says:

      We’ll see how good it feels Tuesday night.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      The only one taken for a ride by a con man is you. I’m suspicious at the mention of Fox News, which only started in 1996, and liberals hadn’t gone into a full rage over it yet. At the time they were still blaring ‘fair and balanced’, and weren’t like the current advocacy. Even Hannity was ‘Hannity and Colmes’.

      If you can find me the full interview where Trump said that, I’ll vote for Hillary.

      • McCullough says:

        I generally don’t put much stock in Snopes, being the left leaners’ that they are, but even they called bullshit on Phydeau.

        “Despite People’s comprehensive online content archive, we found no interview or profile on Donald Trump in 1998 (or any other time) that quoted his saying anything that even vaguely resembled the words in this meme.”

        The guy’s just swinging at fences.

        • NewFormatSux says:

          I’m surprised he hasn’t posted about sign for KKK at the World Series.

        • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

          Ha, ha………..”I don’t put much stock in Snopes….. until they agree with me….. then I’m all in.”


          • NewFormatSux says:

            For anyone who knows the subject, this is more blatantly false than that Shakespeare quote of W is Caesar, or the Nostradamus ‘come forth the village idiot’

            The only way it could have been worse is if they claimed the interview was from the 1980s before Fox existed.

          • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

            Thats admirable McCullough. How did you form the conclusion that snopes was right leaning?….or any other actually generalized fact checker as oppossed to well known bias propaganda source?

            I use snopes quite a bit myself…but like any other “opinion source” I look to the FACTS snopes uses to analyze the issue, not its conclusion.

            Its the FACTS that count.

      • Tim says:

        Quit responding to this annoying little shit.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      You know who was conned, YOU, Marc Perkel, HMeyers, and the rest of the Bernie voters.

      I knew he wasn’t interested in winning, but I didn’t think he was a setup. Hillary tried to pick her Republican opponent and her primary opponent(and via her chosen Republican opponent, her Republican opponent’s primary opponents).
      The system is rigged folks.

      • NewFormatSux says:

        To top it off, all the time you were being conned, you were convinced that Republicans were the ones getting conned by Trump who was really handpicked by the Clintons to sabotage the party.

        “Listen, here’s the thing. If you can’t spot the sucker in your first half hour at the table, then you ARE the sucker. “

    • Phydeau says:

      Mea culpa, I should have checked snopes before publishing this! In its place I’ll put this quote:

      “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters,” Trump said at a campaign rally here.

      Equally indicative of the idiocy of Trump supporters, but this one happens to be true. :/

  23. Mr Diesel - says:


    I’d be worried he’d screw her and the horse she road in on.

  24. NewFormatSux says:

    Does Phydeau participate in John Podesta’s spirit cooking, or does he go for other satanic rituals?

  25. NewFormatSux says:

    Trump’s closing argument

    Hillary’s closing argument – He called Alicia Machado Miss Piggy!

  26. Geoworker says:

    If one noticed in one of the national tv news programs recently, a clip of Hillary has her stating that America has to be careful in electing people who will make decisions for them.

    America was founded on the premise that the people made the decisions (via the appropriate local/state governments).

    The first paragraph is rather telling…..

  27. NewFormatSux says:

    Bobbo at Hillary rally.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      Yep, the transcript was right on. And whenever a third party loser is thrown into the mix, the phrasing really is: “Choosing the lesser of three evils.”

      • NewFormatSux says:

        So where does Bernie fit in, with his making an agreement not to hit Hillary too hard?

        • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

          I yelled at Bernie when he got tired of talking about Hillaries email: too in his own bubble/independent to play effectively in the dirty politics of USA elections. UNREALISTIC…making me wonder “ultimately” what kind of Pres he really could have been. Who knows?==maybe a great one or like the other idealist: too much Carter.

          What Bernie missed is that the emails really are about her character and qualifications. To dismiss that is to encourage the fraud she committed.

          Gerrymandering, Money, Winner Take All, Two Party System. Just too much to deal with if you aren’t a bit crooked yourself.

          Its the system: certainly rigged, but what isn’t?

          • NewFormatSux says:

            No Bernie didn’t miss it. He had a deal with the Clintons not to talk about it, or their wealth, and anything else they deem out of line.


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