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FOUR-LETTER ACTIONS

As stated in the above video, Hillary Clinton didn’t lose because she has a cunt, but because she is a cunt.

Likewise, Donald Trump didn’t win because he has a dick, but because he is a dick.

And Nikki Haley hasn’t been given an esteemed position in President Trump’s cabinet because she has a cunt, but because she is a cunt.

In this godless Digital-Age society, some politicians are punished for four-letter actions, but most politicians are rewarded for four-letter actions.

“MY PARTY, RIGHT OR WRONG” IS DANGEROUS THINKING

I’ve never seen such a travesty of a presidential campaign in my life.  The American press–now the Instigator of the People–is rolling in the dough with this one.

As aforementioned, there is no way in hell Donald Trump is going to be President of the United States.  The Republican Party is not going to be stupid enough to nominate him–and if he runs as an independent he cannot possibly win.

But I am quite frightened of the idea of Hillary Clinton as President–and Donald Trump is helping her campaign more than anyone else.  It has even been suggested to me that Donald Trump is a plant for the “Hillary” campaign–and this is certainly possible.

I hate the Republican Party as much as I hate the Democratic Party.

But it concerns me that the Republican Party cannot get its act together.  As much as I hate the Republican Party, I don’t want to see it fall apart.  Because if it does, there will just be one major political party remaining–and this nation will be closer than ever to a one-party, totalitarian state.

Political parties were not expected to develop, in the first place.  There were no political parties when George Washington was elected as our first president–and he was dismayed to see, during his second term, the government he had fought for and helped to establish already unraveling into factions (which were later to be called “parties”).

Yet if these factions would have been outlawed–then we would have had a one-party state way back then.  So political factions–political parties–had to be tolerated.

Now if both the Republican and Democratic Parties unraveled on their own, this would not be so bad.  But the Democratic Party is not about to unravel–it’s as strong as ever.

And this is why you Republican voters need to stop supporting Donald Trump, and start seriously considering the real Republican candidates.  Donald Trump is not a Republican, he is an impostor.  And if Donald Trump were to run as an independent, he would be an impostor.

And though Hillary Clinton is arguably as self-serving as Donald Trump, she is not an impostor–she’s an honest-to-God Democrat.  Yet she has as much character as her husband–which isn’t saying much.

But this post is addressed primarily to Republican voters.

You Republican voters in the South need especially to consider your loyalty to the Republican Party.  In assaulting the history, heritage, and culture of the American South, by censoring (through state and local Republican politicians) the Confederate Flag, and beginning a campaign to eliminate all traces of the Confederate States of America, the Republican Party has betrayed you.  I would suggest you change your voting status to independent–as I did in 2003, when George W. Bush betrayed the trust of the American People by sending troops to Iraq without just cause, and without any consideration for American troops in Iraq or Afghanistan, not to mention Afghan and Iraqi civilians.

But if you choose to remain loyal to the Republican Party–I urge you to demand of your Republican leaders that they stop this assault on your Southern history, heritage, and culture.

The Republican Party needs to get that goddamned clown, Donald Trump, out of the way, and get its act together.

But this won’t happen if Republican voters don’t demand it of their chosen political party.

If you are a card-carrying Democratic voter, you need to stop accepting the whole Democratic package, and start holding the Democratic Party accountable for its policies that you don’t support.

If you are a card-carrying Republican voter, you need to stop accepting the whole Republican package, and start holding the Republican Party accountable for its policies that you don’t support.

And of course if you are a citizen of the United States, you need to stop accepting the whole United States package, and start holding the United States accountable for its policies that you don’t support.

Just as “my country, right or wrong” is dangerous thinking, “my party, right or wrong” is dangerous thinking.

THE TOUGHEST POSITION YET, IN THE TOUGHEST JOB IN THE WORLD

It is my opinion that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are exactly alike in one way: Each is totally self-serving.  Hillary Clinton doesn’t care about anyone, or anything, but Hillary Clinton; Donald Trump doesn’t care about anyone, or anything, but Donald Trump.

Of course Donald Trump would make a far more dangerous president than Hillary Clinton would, because he’s such an extremist.

But I’m not worried about Donald Trump becoming president–there is no way the Republican Party is going to be stupid enough to nominate him, and there is no way he will win if he runs as an independent (he wouldn’t be a real independent, he’d be an impostor).

I am worried about Hillary Clinton becoming president though.  As mentioned, I consider her totally self-serving–and though she would probably be reasonable in her foreign policies, she would probably be devastating in her domestic policies.

Yet my opinion of Hillary Clinton, as a person, is irrelevant to your decision to vote or not to vote for her in the Democratic primaries.

What is relevant is this question:

Would Hillary Clinton be as tough as Margaret Thatcher?

British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was a tough lady–the “Iron Lady”.

She was very right-wing–and though I was just a kid when she was Britain’s Prime Minister, I probably wouldn’t support many of her policies.

But I would certainly consider her tough enough for the job of President of the United States.

The first female President of the United States is going to face challenges no president before her has faced–not from within the United States, but from without.

We may see her as equivalent, in competency and fortitude, as any man–but the rest of the world may not.

And she will be tested more severely than any president before her–just because she is a woman.

Russia will test her, North Korea will test her, Communist China will test her, Iran will test her, the Zionist State (“Israel”) will test her, the Assad Regime will test her–every single foreign government that would have its way with the United States will try to have its way with our first female president.

Even extremist groups like Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram, and ISIS will test her–betting they can get away with more–just because she is a woman.

Margaret Thatcher was disliked by many for her right-wing policies–but no one would deny that she was as tough as any man could be.

And the first female President of the United States will have to be an “Iron Lady” for the United States–her competency and fortitude will have to rival that of Margaret Thatcher–she will have to be as tough as any man, if not tougher.

The first female President of the United States will have to be up to the job, to say the least.

Hillary Clinton would not likely be up to the job.

Carly Fiorina (though I’m opposed to her outsourcing policies as Hewlett-Packard C.E.O) might be up to the job.

I have no intention of voting for the Republican or Democratic nominee–not this time, no way.

And I don’t think there will be any female independent presidential candidates on the ballot this year, if there are any independent presidential candidates at all (I’ve already decided to vote for myself, as a write-in, if there aren’t).

But if I were considering voting for a woman for President of the United States, I would ask myself how she compared–in competency and fortitude–to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.  I would bear in mind that she would be tested–by foreign governments and extremist groups alike–more severely than any president before her.  And I’d ask myself if she would have any chance at passing these inevitable tests.  I’d ask myself if she was tough enough for the toughest position yet, in the toughest job in the world.


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