Ken, Donald Trump is a racist and a misogynist and a xenophobe and homophobe and so much more. He is a train wreck of a human being. On this point we are agreed. He is a spoiled rich kid who lives inside the rape culture and inside of his own inflated ego and mind. He is the kind of bad man that makes good men (ones who love their wives, their mothers their daughters and their female friends) cringe. We are all embarrassed to share a gender with this creature. That said, we have no evidence that Donald Trump has any support from House Dems at all and very little evidence to suggest he will have any or much support from the GOP's lobbyist pool, either. He really does seem to be an "outsider" to some degree. That means "lame duck" for four years with major gridlock (good thing for us). Hillary Clinton has 3/4 of DC terrified or bought off so her agenda might well be implemented overnight immediately upon her election. That means war with Russia. She will continue the failed war on drugs and the racist mass incarceration that accompanies it. Militarization of police. Fake free trade accompanied by even more rampant job loss. More illegal coups like her awful and brutal coup in Honduras. Trump is a terrible man and a terrible candidate but he's also someone who will never get to do what he wants, politically. Hillary is a proven liar, killer and oligarch who will effect her agenda. Take an honest look at which of these choices is really the least worst and then ... vote for Jill Stein, the only rational non-corporate candidate in the race.
There's just so much wrong with it but:
It seems like a pretty safe bet at this point that HRC is going to be the next president. Guess I'll start digging the bomb shelter for that war with Russia. It's a shame the country won't reap all the benefits of gridlocked government in Washington.
Jill Stein and Trump have one thing in common: love for Vlad Putin.
With Red Square as her backdrop, Stein suggested that we need to “replace a US policy of domination with a way forward based on respect, collaboration, international law and human rights.”
She added, “we’ve seen that vision really resonate here.”
I don't really expect HRC to start a war with Russia. I don't expect her to praise their record on international law and human rights either.
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