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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Hillary is too ill to be president

The press covered up for Franklin Roosevelt by ignoring the very severe physical deterioration of his body throughout the 1930s. He was not well enough to run for a third-term, and the result was a pact with the devil -- Stalin -- that gave half of Europe to the Soviet Empire in the war's aftermath.

Likewise, Jack Kennedy's Dr. Feelgood experience with pills almost led to a nuclear war in the Cuban missile crisis. I doubt reporters outside Ben Bradlee of the Washington Post knew the severity of this. He was likely drugged out as well.

As for Hillary's health, she is physically and mentally exhausted, and needs to be in nursing care, not the White House. Oh, they can pump her up and brush her teeth to get her through a 90-minute debate. But the press covering her -- overwhelmingly female and rooting for her victory -- is covering this up.

The WikiLeaks come too late to save the country from this journalistic malpractice. However, they are revealing, nevertheless. In an email to Hillary henchman John Podesta last September 15, Hillary minder Neera Tanden wrote, “I mean it makes my life more difficult after telling every reporter I know she’s actually progressive but that is really the smallest of issues. It worries me more that she doesn’t seem to know what planet we are all living in at the moment.”

Shee may be writing metaphorically.

We live in a dangerous time in which the levers of power already are in the hands of the unseen -- Valerie Jarrett -- but presidents have for a century had powerful chiefs of staff as the government outgrew the Constitution. What makes this even more alarming is that while Obama and other presidents make the final decisions on the big issues, Hillary is physically and mentally incapable of making those calls. The hint is that Bill Clinton would do that but he, too, has dsenior moments.

These are not well people.

Pray for the country. Vote for our future.


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  1. If Hillary wins and the caw-caw hits the fan there won't be anywhere for patriotic Americans to circle the wagons. We may as well take some advice from the Bible: ‘Let us eat and drink; for to morrow we shall die.’(Isaiah 22:13) Let's pray it isn't in one of Hillary's FEMA "re-education" camps. - Elric

    1. I'm sorry... Which Anonymous are you? (I know you're not Mikey the Nth.)

  2. Thank you Doctor Surber. Rather thin straws you are grabbing as the inevitable approaches.
    Judging by his blurred red eyes and sniffles, the amount of snow candy Trump uses is certainly no comfort either had he bothered to prepare for his debates and actually try to win - which he was never intending to do all along.

    1. Nice try at the dodge, Buckwheat. Trump was out on the road while Hillary was in seclusion this past week. Oh, and I can tell ya, dumbshit, cocaine doesn't make your eyes turn red. Pot does, but Donald doesn't even drink alcohol. Goddam, you lib trolls are stupid.

    2. It's obvious Hillary was in seclusion by the way she schooled Trump (again). And I love how you Trumpers think you can bluff through facts. Cocaine can indeed make one's eyes turn red. But you and Surber can go ahead and diagnose the medical condition of Hillary from your basement. Don't want to interrupt your crusade.

    3. So a guy who doesn't drink coffee and has never tasted alcohol snorts coke? Delusional.

    4. I'm sorry... Which Anonymous are you?

    5. Well, Dan, it's not Elric.

  3. We should be concerned that if Hillary wins, Putin could take out the commander in chief with some flash photography.

    And, the 2nd in line is Tim Kaine.

    1. Excellent point. - Elric

    2. Or a silver crucifix. Or garlic

  4. Hillary has Parkinson´s Disease, which is a neuropsychiatric disorder because it affects the brain. And it´s already affecting hers as evidenced by this horrifying tidbit from the Podesta wikileaks emails: It worries me more that [Hillary] doesn´t seem to know what planet we are all living in at the moment.

  5. "Clinton, then 61, was in the State Department basement on her way to meet President Obama when she took a spill — and ended up in the hospital for an operation to repair her shattered right elbow.
    “We sort of got the last laugh. It was kind of like payback: You’re treating us like s–t. Hey karma is a bitch! We were smiling to ourselves,” the agent told The Post on Wednesday.
    But Clinton, who frequently behaved like a diva-in-chief, according to the agent, made it worse by pointing the finger at her detail for the mishap.
    “She blamed us for breaking her elbow, saying it was our fault and we could have prevented that. She’s bad news,” the agent said." 

  6. A sick candidate for a sick country. If she wins we're doomed!

  7. A sick caandidate for a sick country, indeed!

    But as New York Magazine’s Gabriel Sherman revealed ... on Wednesday morning, Trump has lost one key ally: Roger Ailes.

    “Ailes’s camp said Ailes learned that Trump couldn’t focus—surprise, surprise—and that advising him was a waste of time,” Sherman said. “These debate prep sessions weren’t going anywhere.”


    Tony Schwartz thought that “The Art of the Deal” would be an easy project. ... For research, he planned to interview Trump on a series of Saturday mornings. The first session didn’t go as planned, however. ... But the discussion was soon hobbled by what Schwartz regards as one of Trump’s most essential characteristics: “He has no attention span.”


    “Trump has been written about a thousand ways from Sunday, but this fundamental aspect of who he is doesn’t seem to be fully understood,” Schwartz told me. “It’s implicit in a lot of what people write, but it’s never explicit—or, at least, I haven’t seen it. And that is that it’s impossible to keep him focussed on any topic, other than his own self-aggrandizement, for more than a few minutes, and even then . . . ” Schwartz trailed off, shaking his head in amazement. He regards Trump’s inability to concentrate as alarming in a Presidential candidate. “If he had to be briefed on a crisis in the Situation Room, it’s impossible to imagine him paying attention over a long period of time,” he said.


    ADD, once thought to occur only in children, is now recognized as continuing into adulthood in many people. This disorder can negatively affect the educational, social, and occupational lives of those who suffer from its symptoms. It interferes with the ability to establish and maintain close relationships. Pharmacotherapy remains the primary mode of treatment.


  8. I don't fund Vanity Fair a reliable source.

  9. This is what the election's been about for 8 months.