It is an interesting and long post (over 1,200 words) that unlike most newspaper columns on the presidential race has some original thoughts.
She first backed Sanders, before moving on to Stein.
Last night's debate changed everything.
I've never been a fan of HC, but her increasing arrogance and disgusting smug attitude reached peak levels last night. She refused to answer the most critical questions. She laughed and smiled as she bragged about Bernie campaigning for her (which isn't entirely the truth; he's been campaigning for Our Revolution and supporting progressive candidates across the country). But the thing that troubled me the most was the complete disregard of national security: to so flippantly remark about nuclear f*****g war, to state the precise amount of time from orders to execution, and to do all of it just to try to make herself appear to be far more informed, qualified, and intelligent than her opponent was beyond the pale.
I'm terrified of her now and nothing, absolutely nothing will make me see her as anything other than a tyrant on her way to the throne. Even if a single email had never been released, or a single Congressional hearing, or a single FBI criminal investigation had happened, her flippant attitude about firing nuclear weapons scared the shit out of me.As for Trump:
Whatever he may have done or said in his past makes absolutely no difference in comparison to her willingness, even eagerness, to declare the most dangerous, deadly, and devastating form of warfare imaginable. I can't afford to take any chances. She must be stopped.Now this may be a hoax, and that happens in a political season, but the language and grammar used read genuinely hippie liberal to me. But mine eyes are biased. Read it for yourself.
She is not a conservative?
Well her vote counts.
And she is more conservative than the feckless Closet Hillary Lovers at the Weekly Standard, Commentary, National Review, et cetera.
A vote is a vote. Welcome aboard.
Please read "Trump the Press," a fun romp through the Republican nomination that uses the deadliest weapon to skewer the media experts: their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.