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Three Candidates — But Only ONE Choice Will Bring REAL Change

Hillary Clinton has done nothing special – nothing original. She has spent her entire career tailgating others – Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. She is a compulsive deceiver who cannot be trusted. Her thirty-year career is an endless list of violations, cover-ups, and deceptions. Her primary appeal is Feminism.

Would someone please tell me what Hillary Clinton has to offer our nation as president other than a feminine extension of the de facto Marxist/Socialist/Progressive governance of the Obama Administration? Isn’t it time for change – for a fresh approach – to put America first – to make America great again?

It’s been reported that many of the Bernie Sanders’ voters are really anti-Hillary voters who will vote for Trump in the general election. In other words, they do not want Hillary to win the Democrat domination or the presidency. They know that Hillary would mean more of the same failed Democrat administration – more of the tax-and-spend leftist entitlement ideology that has characterized the Obama/Pelosi/Reid/
Democrat leadership.

Clearly, this election is a contest between change and the status quo. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders represents change. Hillary represents the status quo. (On the Republican side Trump represents change. Establishment Republicans represent the status quo.) In any case, more and more voters are angry. They recognize that this nation is on the wrong path – that we must change course if we are to save the nation.

Bernie Sanders is a lifelong politician with practically zero accomplishments. He is nevertheless popular amongst the non-working class and the de facto Marxist/Socialist/Progressive Democrats. Needless-to-say, he has been badly handled by the Democrat establishment, who want more of the same entitlement governance for the next eight years. Of course, at his age, it is probable that Bernie would not be viable for eight more years.

Donald Trump is a conservative populist. He stands for working people – not politicians – not big business or big money – and that’s his primary appeal. His goal is to make America great again – to create an atmosphere where jobs, business, the middle class, etc. can flourish.

The election of Hillary means a third Obama term. If you like what Obama has stood for, where he has taken our country, then Hillary is your choice. However, if you’re looking for a president who will make America great again, then Trump is your man.

Trump says he will appoint conservative, pro-life justices to the Supreme Court. He expects four to five justices to be appointed during the next presidency. He plans to identify ten potential judges for consideration and will make his list known before the election. This will obviously put pressure on Hillary to do the same. Her selection will no doubt include flaming liberals – in sync with her liberal/leftist ideology and that of the Democrat Party and Congress.

At the present time, the Supreme Court has a 4/4 balance between liberal and conservative justices. The death of Justice Antonin Scalia – a reliable conservative – makes the selection of the next president of immediate and critical importance. And with so many senior justices currently serving, it is indeed highly likely that several others will be appointed by the forthcoming president. So, the selection of the next president will have a twenty year or more effect. If liberals are appointed, it would undoubtedly adversely affect the well-being of America and her future.;(CC BY-SA 2.0)

Share if you agree the status quo can’t continue; time for change in America.

William Pauwels

William A. Pauwels, Sr. was born in Jackson Michigan to a Belgian, immigrant, entrepreneurial family. Bill is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and served in executive and/or leadership positions at Thomson Industries, Inc., Dow Corning, Loctite and Sherwin-Williams. He is currently CIO of Pauwels Private Investment Practice. He's been commenting on matters political/economic/philosophical since 1980.

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