Gaffes, Again

8 Oct

Donald Trump’s bid for the presidency has been declared dead.

This would be more impressive if this wasn’t the umpteenth thousandth time the media had announced that Trump was going down in flames. Seriously … people have been gleefully celebrating his political defeat long before he became a serious candidate, then beat fourteen of the most powerful Republicans in the country and then posed a serious threat to Hilary Clinton’s poll numbers. Trump has been declared dead so many times that the political afterlife must have a revolving door.

I noted, back when I started watching Trump, that when a Republican candidate commits a ‘gaffe,’ the gaffe is promptly blown out of all proportion by the mainstream media. The candidate barely has a moment to realise he’s under attack before he finds himself being drowned in negative media coverage. Most candidates stagger under the hail of incoming brickbats, retreating in confusion rather than ploughing onwards. Trump’s success owes a great deal to his willingness to keep going, rather than surrendering to the judgement of the political and media elites.

The last two weeks have seen a whole string of devastating political exposes. President Obama not only knew about Hilary’s illegal email server, he was involved in it. The FBI soft-balled Hilary’s aides, to the point where they agreed to destroy evidence rather than leave it around for any future investigations. Hilary’s taxes are more dubious than Trump’s, she hired actors to ask questions in public appearances, her Wall Street speeches have started to leak out, the media deliberately misrepresented Trump’s words (again), Obama is risking war with Russia over Syria …

… And Donald Trump was terribly rude about women, back in 2005!

Guess which one the media considers most important? Hint – it’s not the possibility of a war with a nuclear power.

This has been said before and will probably need to be said again. This is an election between Donald Trump, master of the foul mouth, and Hilary Clinton, mistress of political corruption. Issues of political corruption are much more serious, whatever the media may tell you, than comments from eleven years ago. (Coming to think of it, Hilary insulted at least a third of the entire American population with her ‘deplorable’ comment.) Trump still has a very good chance of winning.

Let me see if I can use an example.

You spend your life savings for a trip of a lifetime … on the Titanic. Captain Smith and his crew reassure you, time and time again, that the ship is completely safe and that there’s no danger in charging through a field of icebergs in the pitch dark. You are uneasy, but allow them to lull you to sleep.

A man next to you, at table, is an extremist. He’s such an extremist you find he annoys you terribly. His views make you uncomfortable. You really don’t want to be next to him. And yet …

The ship hits an iceberg and starts to sink. Captain Smith keeps assuring you that all is fine, but it’s very evident that the ship is sinking. And the only lifeboat is one rowed by the extremist. Do you climb into the boat or do you stay on the Titanic until it sinks?

You get on the boat, of course. There’s no other way to survive.

The problems facing America were caused by the political establishment. Those fourteen Republicans trounced by Trump were establishment candidates. Hilary Clinton, too, is an establishment candidate. There is no reason to assume that Hilary will be good for anyone beyond the establishment itself. Trump, the extremist, is the only challenge who isn’t openly part of the establishment. Trusting him is the only way to defy the establishment.

The RNC failed. It allowed reasonable, moderate candidates to be driven out. The DNC failed. It pushed Hilary forward, even though she’s a strikingly poor candidate and there’s a strong perception she cheated when she beat Sanders for the nomination. Both parties should have looked for someone with broad appeal, someone who actually understood the problems facing the country. Instead, both parties are now hoist by their own petards.

Trump has been accused of wrecking the Republican Party. There is some truth in that – Trump showed that a non-establishment candidate could take the nomination, no matter what the establishment said. But the real damage was done long before Trump burst onto the political scene. And the same is true of Hilary and the Democrats. Her past hangs over her just as much as Trump’s hangs over him.

It isn’t a good choice. But the race isn’t over yet.

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41 Responses to “Gaffes, Again”

  1. James Stubbins October 8, 2016 at 8:23 pm #

    I am so happy that you can not vote in this election. I don’t care about Trumps potty mouth, but the thought of allowing him to vent his financial genius on the American budget is terrifying. He has driven every company he has managed into the ground and walked away with money he did not earn.

    I have gained thirty pounds since you made my character fat. Moving from Florida to Wisconsin has had a great deal to do with the weight gain.

    Sent from my Windows Phone ________________________________

    • chrishanger October 8, 2016 at 9:43 pm #

      Frankly, i don’t envy the American population either.

      My basic calculus is that Trump can do less damage. But not everyone will agree.

      Chris

    • Stuart the Viking October 10, 2016 at 2:28 pm #

      Hmm… Trump is proposing to lower corporate taxes, which are among the highest in the world as a means to keep American companies from jumping ship. Yea… that sounds like totally crazy man…. (not the sarcasm).

      While Clinton’s plan boils down to:

      1) Raise Taxes (Large Corporations have to PAY PAY PAY… unless they support ME!… then we’ll figure out a loop-hole)

      Never mind that companies are fleeing America in droves in order to escape high taxes and expensive regulatory BS that they are being buried under as they are now.

      2) Raise Taxes again (Rich people must PAY THEIR FAIR SHARE! Unless they support… yada yada yada… see above)

      Last I heard a number, I heard that the Clinton campaign was talking 50%. In who’s fevered imagination would it possibly EVER be fair for the Government to come and take a full HALF of what ANYONE earns. To top that off… who do you think has the capital to invest, start new businesses, and create jobs? Yea… punish those guys with high taxes and then wonder were the new jobs are. Oh never mind, she’ll just point a finger and scream “RaCiSt!!” until yet another riot (complete with bused in rioters) distracts everyone.

      3) ??????

      4) Profit… (And by profit, she wants you to think better economy, when really she means for herself to personally profit)

      Frankly, I’ll take Trump’s ineptitude (potty mouth and all, although I really wish his team would shove a few (dozen) dirty gym socks in is mouth and duct tape it with at least 3 rolls) over Clinton’s out and out corruption any day of the week.

      Oh… and I AM an American, and I CAN vote here… 🙂

  2. Ian October 8, 2016 at 9:43 pm #

    That analogy is great except for one key exception. America is not sinking.

    • kell October 9, 2016 at 12:02 am #

      It sort of is. We are so broke it’s ridiculous. We are at war with ISIS, cold war, with North Korea, and the tension is alarmingly high with Russia. Meanwhile China is hacking are systems and stealing are military technology. Back stateside we have an uncontrolled emigration problem that’s a threat to are security and economy both from illegal emigrants (some of them just looking for a better life some of them bringing drugs and gang violence) and refuges (some of which are homeless women and children some radical Islamic terrorists. The racial tensions are higher now then they were just a few years ago. Are supposed elected officials are completely corrupt. Call it what you will but the US of A is experiencing hard times.

      • PhilippeO October 9, 2016 at 3:32 am #

        compared to 60’s ? what hard times ?

        you dont go broke as long as other accept your money, and Dollar are way way better than Euro, Yen or Renminbi. there are no danger of nuclear war. immigration, crime, drug, and other problem all declined. and how many people terrorist kill last decade ? less than single year at Vietnam.

    • FarWalker October 10, 2016 at 2:14 am #

      That would be a matter of opinion. Personally, I think Chris nailed it. Our choices are between a pathological liar whocontinuously defended a serial sexual abuser and a blowhard. I would rather vote for the blowhard because I know what I will get with the pathological liar.

      • BobPM October 13, 2016 at 11:02 pm #

        Who is the pathological liar? Clearly on the sexual assault claims Trump was lying then or he’s lying now. Further, the fact checkers rate Clinton’s false statements at about 20% of Trump’s shocking numbers. As to being an abuser, the three old lawsuits seem to indicate he’s lying now, and the recent instances of women confirming Trump’s earlier statements is revealing. As to Bill, it seems to me to be rather ridiculous to equate Trump, a known adulterer and self proclaimed sexual predator, with the wife of an adulterer. And if you review the actual statements allegedly made by Hillary, they are rather mild for a woman that was cheated on. Do you expect her to embrace the women making these allegations?

  3. Don Yu October 8, 2016 at 10:38 pm #

    I just love how Trump can do anything, say anything and represent anything because he is not establishment. But Trump is corrupter and user of that establishment since he bragged in giving money (His foundation money it seems-as in not his money if he can get away from it) then expect that person to be there when he calls. Love his attack on Clinton foundation while his foundation is questionable.

    He declare nearly billion dollars in loses in 1995 but since he does not denies that or not paying federal income tax so he highly likely he did not but attacks Obama and hedge funds about tax. His complain about public infrastructure but using unfair tax rules that he did not said he will fix so no one else can use it to not pay federal tax for 18 years. Also reduce tax for his friends, the rich, then will need to reduce spending likely the poor, people least able to afford it as next largest budget is military when he said he will use military even against Russian forces in Syria that can lead to war. What Christopher think that Obama is trying to do.

    The latest comments that he made when he was 59 years old. Against women but also against men. His first set of comments about attempt to f*** a married women. So no respect for the women but much less respect for the husband. Person who it seems does not care about the other person’s feelings but so self-centered that will grab female private parts because he can and per his words, he is a star.

    If that is actions when he is a star then what will Trump do when he is President.

    • kell October 9, 2016 at 12:07 am #

      Well trump can’t be any worse then Clinton male type. Who knows how many women he’s slept with and seduced? And Hillary covers for him. She has had important positions in government and she is been totally corrupt in those positions. Why do we have to give her more power?

      • Don October 9, 2016 at 12:17 am #

        Well male Clinton type is not running for president. Two evils don’t cancel each other.

        If hillary is corrupt then goto the fbi and lay charges against her. Unless the evidence is what trump said then…..

        As I said before both are very poor choices but looking for someone who is less evil. If you want less establishment then you supporting trump is…..

    • Richard Parks October 12, 2016 at 8:04 pm #

      Dear Don,
      I don’t think that Trump voted for the tax laws that you and other libs are condemning taking advance of. When was the last time you paid more taxes when you didn’t have too ?

  4. Billy October 9, 2016 at 12:46 am #

    Hillary is for Open Boarders , more Taxes, , More Regulations, No Coal, No Oil, No Nuclear Power plants. She wants to use the FBI and IRS as her personal Thugs – (We will start having political prisoners like 3rd world countries have)

    She will sell access to the White House – Give her 10 million and she will talk to you and do as you want – kind of a Rent a President. (She has already established a pattern of that as Secretary of State)

    She will order all our military forces to surrender to ISIS. (Just my personal opinion)

    Trump on the other hand is kind of like our founders. A man who is human, yet still loves our country and wants it to go back to Common Sense.

    He is a Common Sense Conservative. That pretty much sums it up.

    P.S.

    I went on some News sites to see what Republican Women were saying about Trump.
    I was concerned that they would be 100 percent mad.

    I was completely wrong. They were defending him. 🙂

    Saying did not people know how heterosexual males talk with their buddies ?

    They were saying they (Women) did the same with their friends.

    So, I don’t think its going to sink his ship.

  5. bexwhitt October 9, 2016 at 12:57 am #

    He’s done, try again in 2020 with someone more palatable.

    • Billy October 9, 2016 at 1:51 am #

      2020 is way to late,

      Besides if we wait till 2020 the Republicans will only try again with Romney and if he did manage to win – it would be same old RINO policies.

      Trump will be a wrecking ball on Government which is just what we want.

      • bexwhitt October 9, 2016 at 2:21 pm #

        I could never support the republican party until they rid themselves of the religious dogma, and get back to the things that actually matter.

    • Richard Parks October 12, 2016 at 8:09 pm #

      Bex that is the problem between you and many others of us that believe in God, you want to vote your beliefs but you don’t want us to vot ours.

      • bexwhitt October 14, 2016 at 11:37 am #

        Religion ruins politics, unless you want the USA to become a failed state like Pakistan.

  6. robertpwills October 9, 2016 at 2:58 am #

    I agree. Trump has his faults, but you don’t become a successful businessman by not listening to experts/consultants around you. When he is president, he would do the same thing and a lot of what he says will be tempered by those around him.
    I just can’t stand Hillary’s “destroy every woman my husband has raped then say I am pro-women” and “I am poor” but has 10 million+ at the time (more now) and “I don’t understand financials” and makes 100K in a shady overnight futures deal and “What wiped clean with a cloth?” After getting BleachBit to eradicate ALL evidence and “I never sent classified information!” and the emails are SO CLASSIFIED they are completely redacted before being released to the public and I won’t even get into the darkness that is The Clinton Foundation.
    I was actually 30 days away from being in Benghazi when my mission was cancelled and I went on leave instead. I watched the disaster on the news and thought “Wow, I was almost there. I’d have been killed, raped, and dragged through the streets along with those other four men.” That especially but all the rest as well makes it impossible for me to vote for her.
    James- you gained 30 pounds?? From what?? Is it because it’s no longer “bathing suit season” in Wisconsin?? We’re still in the upper 80’s low 90’s here in Kissimmee.

  7. PhilippeO October 9, 2016 at 3:22 am #

    most liberal think the reserve, Trump was treated with kid gloves until September to prolong the horse race. most Hillary scandal (email, benghazi) didnt exist outside right wing invention and exaggerated to hinder Clinton early victory. while many Trump scandal, and many bigger than pussygate is downplayed.

    why so much hate to establishment? i understand there are some right wing Libertarian who think FDR, or even Lincoln as mistake. but most right accept legitimacy of postWW establishment. Hillary, Bill, or Obama is not that different from FDR, and never been abnormal candidate (or for that matter Reagan). the Establishment had carry Western World through WW, Cold War, oil crisis, Vietnam, 80s boom, Saddam, 9/11, Great Recession and many others, their achievement actually quite successful.

    politically or economy, i dont see how Left (Sanders, Stein, Corbyn, or Linke) or Right (Trump, UKIP, afD) successfully offer something that work better than current Western Consensus. i think Democrats, UK Conservative, CDU would actually ended up as one and half party system like in Japan.

    • Stuart the Viking October 10, 2016 at 3:00 pm #

      Yes, Trump was handled with kid gloves by the media until September. During the primaries, this was because they wanted to help him (what they saw as the Republican’s weakest candidate) get the nom. Most of the other Republican candidates would be TROUNCING Clinton at this point. Trump, on the other hand, has a LOT of baggage and a big fat mouth so he’s an easy target.

  8. Don Yu October 9, 2016 at 3:55 am #

    Christopher, your SIM series and others look at how non-magicians women are subjected to by the men, especially by the powerful men but it seems that shocking behaviour not just in the past but is very much still alive here today.

    Looking forward to your books in the future how you write regarding this topic as you go out of your way to portray the shocking conditionals even well off women was subjected to by men.

    • chrishanger October 10, 2016 at 3:37 pm #

      Jokes aside, pretty much everyone in the Nameless World would prefer to live on Earth

      Chris

      • Don October 11, 2016 at 3:31 am #

        Well from comments here and trump and his supporters make it sound that women from nameless coming to earth will have better life except from predatory behaviour from men. This is not a joke.

  9. Technomad October 9, 2016 at 8:08 am #

    Nobody would have taken Trump seriously if he hadn’t started talking about building a wall and deporting the illegals. A lot of people are seriously sick and tired of our laws being openly flouted by a horde of Reconquista-maddened invaders from our southern “neighbors.”

  10. Legless October 9, 2016 at 1:31 pm #

    Your lifeboat analogy is flawed. The choice the Yanks face is two lifeboats. One crewed by a corrupt but experienced crewman and one by a corrupt, lying racist who can’t even find the oars, never mind use them.

    That aside, I dropped by to tell you to write the next School Of Magic novel, ASAP. I’ve bought and read the entire series over the last week and want more…..

    Oh – and, trust me on this, Emily would really disapprove of Trump. If he grabbed her pussy just because he was a “star” I think it would be the last thing he ever grabbed…..

    • chrishanger October 10, 2016 at 3:38 pm #

      I rather put Clinton on the Titanic . She’s part of the establishment.

      No, Emily would not approve of Trump. But she wouldn’t approve of Clinton either.

      Chris

  11. Paul (Drak Bibliophile) Howard October 9, 2016 at 2:58 pm #

    Same old same old garbage.

    The old tired line of the Monster Trump and now somebody brought up the old tired line of the Evil Religious Right.

    I wish Liberals would think of something new but I suspect that it’s too hard for them to think. 😦

    • Stuart the Viking October 10, 2016 at 3:04 pm #

      Hey!!! They ARE bringing up “equal pay for women”. That’s new… right?… oh, wait. Not only is it OLD. The last time Clinton brought it up she was smacked down when it was found that she was just as bad about paying women less as anyone else.

  12. Tarun Elankath October 9, 2016 at 5:42 pm #

    Trump is undoubtedly a narcissist, a congenital liar, a megalomaniac and on top of it a sexual predator who uses his influence and wealth to browbeat women into sexual congress. He also has little to no economic acumen being in the regular business of bankrupting his companies, defrauding his shareholders, scamming students via Trump university and paying zero income tax. Taxes after all are paid by ‘loser’ poor guys and not by ‘winners’ like him.

    Sorry Christopher – I have to agree with other readers that you appear to have developed a peculiar blinkered view of him where you simply cannot admit that his faults and his character make him completely unsuitable for holding any kind of public office. I am unsure on why you support him. Can you even say anything positive about this man ?

    I do not deny that Clinton makes a poor presidential candidate. She is a warmonger that is a suave, paid puppet of the military industrial complex and banking industries. That unfortunately looks to be true for most senators nowadays (with the exception of some like Sanders).

    I support a third party. Gary Johnson has zero foreign policy knowledge. But he at-least made an attempt to learn after his embarrassing ‘what is aleppo’ gaffe. I actually think that is a good thing – American politicians should focus on fixing the domestic economy and investing heavily in the US. Maybe it is good to have a president who wants to focus completely on the national front and leave the middle east alone.

    • FarWalker October 10, 2016 at 2:20 am #

      Boy have you drank the Kool-Aid. Bob Jones anyone?

    • thundercloud47 October 10, 2016 at 6:17 am #

      Trump is a few years older than I am. That makes me very well aware of the era he grew up in. I don’t know of any man from that era who did not participate in locker room talk. Full disclosure; I include myself in that too.

      The things Trump said were mild compared to some of the things I have heard. Guys I have known that were liberal and remained liberal all their lives were the worst at locker room talk. If you come across a man from my generation who denies doing this he’s probably lying.

      Here is another shocker. I’m conservative but I liked Bernie Sanders even though I disagree with many of the things he said he was going to do. In Hillary’s view I’m a deplorable who belongs in a bucket of losers.

      I don’t really like Trump but to me voting for him is like giving the finger to the elites who sit back and sneer at folks like me. Elites in both parties.

      • chrishanger October 10, 2016 at 3:47 pm #

        I’m 34. Frankly, I heard much worse than that when I was 12-18. And, as far as i know, none of those people went on to actually do it.

        Chris

    • chrishanger October 10, 2016 at 3:43 pm #

      The choice appears to be a potty-mouth and a woman so corrupt that she’s prepared to risk everything for one more shred of power. There’s no third choice – I don’t believe that Johnston has much of a chance.
      Trump has his faults. He has plenty of faults. But so does Hilary. And his faults are, IMHO, better than hers. Right now, the real question is ‘who will do the least damage?’ And I think the answer to that one is Trump.
      It’s not ideal. It’s not remotely ideal. But it’s what we’ve got.
      Chris

  13. shrekgrinch October 10, 2016 at 6:02 am #

    Thing about Trump is that he hits back – twice as hard.

    The RINO squishes like McCain, Romney, Dole and even Bush thought doing that was ‘beneath’ them.

    Like how Trump rolled out several women that Bill Clinton sexually assaulted in a press conference right before the 2nd debate right now.

  14. Big Ben October 10, 2016 at 6:39 pm #

    Here’s my biggest problem with Trump. He says, “I’m going to do this, this, this and this.” It all sounds wonderful, tax cuts and jobs for everyone, no more illegal immigrants, peace on earth through superior firepower, etc. etc.
    Yet when asked for specific policy plans, HOW HE’S GOING TO DO THESE THINGS, such as defeat ISIS, he has said unequivocally, NOT TAKEN OUT OF CONTEXT, “I am not going to tell you. I’m not going to tell you how I’m going to defeat ISIS.” The implication being, if he releases ANY details of his uber-secret super strategy, ISIS will be able to foil him.
    Or could it be that he doesn’t have a clue?

    How is he going to make Mexico pay for the wall? Tariffs, a trade war? That will only raise prices on consumer goods. We Americans will end up paying for it anyway through higher prices.
    How is he going to defeat ISIS? Another multi-trillion dollar ground war that can not be won? Drone strikes that seem to kill more innocents than villains? Iraq version 3.0 anyone?
    How is he going to bring back good paying jobs to rebuild the rust belt? Don’t many of the products his companies make get manufactured overseas? Why not start by bringing those jobs back, Donald?
    Cancel many of our trade deals? Okay, what are you going to replace them with? A “deal” by definition happens between two or more parties. If we develop a reputation as a nation for welshing on our deals, going back on our word, pretty soon no one will want to deal with us. Plus, it’s likely that almost all imports would suddenly become more expensive, impacting all Americans. There is a reason why the American people have made Walmart one of the largest retailers in the world, and it’s not because they sell relatively expensive products made in America.

    Here’s why I hope Trump wins: What is accomplished in the first 100 days seems to be a big deal. If the House and Senate stay republican, they’re going to have to find a way to make these amorphous policies work – after eight years of saying nothing but, “No.”
    And once the ninth justice is finally confirmed the Supreme Court under Trump will be firmly conservative. Now the republicans have no excuses left. Start getting s**t done, and we the people can see if your ideas are worth anything.
    When the congressional republicans can not enact some of the wilder plans Trump has proposed, things that he has repeatedly promised his base he would get done, that substantial base will become so agitated that who knows what will happen. (…. somehow, I don’t think things will calm down, moderation will reemerge and the political parties will begin working together again.)

    A major part of Trump’s platform is basically that he’s never been one of those corrupt politicians like Hillary.
    Well sure, he’s never been a politician at all.
    Should he win the election, we’ll all see how long he can remain so politically pristine.

    • Billy October 10, 2016 at 9:24 pm #

      Quote: How is he going to make Mexico pay for the wall? * End Quote

      He is going to use money and property confiscated from drug runners.

      Quote: How is he going to defeat ISIS? * End Quote

      It’s called Napalm.

      Quote: How is he going to bring back good paying jobs? * End Quote

      By making it cheaper to manufacture goods in the USA than to send them in to the USA.

    • Stuart the Viking October 10, 2016 at 9:31 pm #

      Mexico Wall: Mexico probably won’t pay for a wall. Yes, Trump saying Mexico will pay for a wall is stupid. However, leaving the border completely open is not a valid answer.

      Plan to defeat ISIS: The “plan” that you are attributing to Trump here is very much exactly what Hillary is proposing (I looked it up on her web site). Although she is happy to import a hundred thousand people from that part of the world, all without any possibility of valid background checks before kicking that particular hornets nest.

      Rebuild Jobs: Trump’s proposal is to cut corporate tax rates and regulatory BS. These are some of the main reasons that American corporations give for leaving America. Hillary has said she would RAISE those taxes (and supports Obamacare, which creates a LOT of regulatory BS that raises labor costs. The OTHER reason American companies are fleeing).

      Please don’t get me wrong. I’m not a Trump guy. About the ONLY person I would want in the oval office less than Trump is Hillary. However, I will say that there is some good stuff in with the drek that is Trump’s campaign.

      Hillary on the other hand hasn’t said anything that would attract me as a voter. Add to this that I have some knowledge about how classified material is SUPPOSED to be handled, and the consequences of mishandling such materials. If she were anyone else Hillary would already be in jail. Also add the appearance of corruption of the Clinton Foundation and very strong circumstantial evidence of serious pay-to-play while Hillary was Sec. of State. AND Bill’s suspicious private airport meeting with Loretta Lynch. AND AND AND…. the corruption never seems to end with her. Sorry, I would vote for the Hobo on the street corner before I voted for Hillary.

  15. BobPM October 13, 2016 at 11:51 pm #

    Chris are you really using the “mainstream media” as the basis for this diatribe. So which press do you think we should believe? The Murdock owned media or the conservative bloggers?

    Lets face it, Donald Trump is peddling a diet of discredited trickle down economics that will greatly aggravate the US debt burden that conservatives claim to care about. He also blames the demise of coal on regulation rather than the fracking boom and the dramatic drop in the cost of renewables, and he completely denies the risk posed by climate change.

    Trump goes on to misrepresent the state of the US, and more than half of his supporters don’t know that the US economy is doing better that virtually the entirety of Europe and the far east, that we have the lowest crime rate since the early 60s, and that it is safer to be a police officer during the last four years than at any time since statistics were first collected in the US.

    The real economic problem in the world right now is the stagnation of the middle and lower class in the developed world, and I can assure you that tax cuts to the ultra-rich aren’t the solution unless you want to see really big deficits. I tend to agree with Thomas Picketty regarding capitalism’s tendency to concentrate wealth until disruptive events intervene. Concentrated wealth eventually corrupts the political system so that laws are passed to prevent disruptive innovation, and to suggest the solution is to put a billionaire in charge is absurd.

  16. Billy October 14, 2016 at 12:00 am #

    Early Voting starts next week 🙂 I will early Vote * Trump

    P.S.
    I will say some people are not voting at all, one of my relatives said that they would not vote for a corrupt person like Hillary and they did not want to vote for Trump because of what he said.

    So they are a Non-Voter this election.

    I am not sure who those Non-Voters help or not help.

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