If the polls are correct, they indicate American voters want another four years of the Obama administration. That’s what the election of Hillary Clinton will give us. That seems incredible!
I ask you – what has Obama done that’s worth perpetuating? Even African-Americans are worse off after eight years of Obama. Jobs are in decline. Black unemployment is at an all-time high. Immigration is out of control. Radical Islamic terrorism is spreading in the USA and around the world. The National Debt is approaching $20 trillion; and government spending under Obama exceeded all other presidents combined! America’s reputation around the world has also declined. And after winning the war in Iraq, Obama has given it away to ISIS/ISIL.
The only thing I can conclude from the poll numbers is that a large number of Americans simply do not have an appropriate understanding of what’s been going on and/or of Hillary’s abhorrent history over the past 30 years.
During the Republican nominating process, I did not favor Donald Trump. I felt he was too unprofessional, repetitive, and a bit incoherent. However, once he was nominated, I threw my full support behind him. Trump would certainly be far better than Hillary Clinton and all of the evil and dishonesty that will be put upon our government, nation and people under her administration. . .
Under no circumstances will I vote for Hillary Clinton. And not voting will, in effect, be a vote for her. . . Trump is clearly the better of two imperfect choices. He will make conservative appointments and be surrounded by professionals from every field. Also his pledge to reduce taxes and negotiate fair trade deals will produce jobs and restore the United States as an economic power. Hopefully he will acquire the self-control necessary to avoid blabbermouth, off-the-cuff mistakes. So far he appears to be a slow learner.
In God we must trust . . . but we must always do our part – to secure and promote the truth and a better way – to protect our freedom, interests and prosperity – and to defend our competitive, free-market, constitutional, free-enterprise system – and our Judeo-Christian American-Way and Prosperity Machine. God gave us the ball, the plays, and the rewards. The rest is up to us. America became great during a period of unwavering faith and an individual work-ethic. Now, with an entitlement-ethic, we are sliding toward quasi-Socialism and all the deficiencies that it entails.