Democracies end when they are too democratic. Zohar Lazar when they are too democratic.
Comments 71 Read by 4, people It never ceases to amaze that in this nation of approximately million people, these are the best candidates we can field for the office of President of the United States.
Keeping this in mind, it is the business of elections, rather than a process of elections. The election itself is a sham: Just take a long, hard look.
Just when it seems someone is going to rise up and do in accordance with the Constitution and become a public servant and a leader, either the moneyed interests knock him off at the knees or the press scandalizes him.
The front runners make it all the way to the final steps and are able to keep all of those lovely, tax-deductible campaign contributions. The latter beverage the candidates take as donations, rather than make as a purchase.
That’s what’s scariest about Donald Trump. Perhaps. The nausea comes and goes, and there have been days when the news algorithm has actually reassured me that “peak Trump” has arrived. President Donald Trump is delusional. My dictionary defines "delusion" as: "a persistent belief in something false typical of some mental disorders.". Did Russia tip the election to Donald Trump? In a recent article titled, “Yes, Russian Election Sabotage Helped Trump Win,” the veteran Washington columnist Al Hunt wrote, “Contrary to.
The television governs every move, every step, and the candidates have almost as much makeup as Tammy Fay Baker once sported. Manicured to the finest detail Bernie Sanders excludedthey have rehearsed their lines and have voice coaches to maximize emotive impact and the image of sincerity.
Everything about them should scream to those watching that it is a fraud that has been embraced by the public, rather than simply thrust upon them by the politician. Of course, there is no such thing as a spotless person, however, look at these candidates.
Hillary was directly responsible for the deaths in Benghazi. She has stolen, lied, manipulated, and sold this country down the river on too many occasions to count. Does anyone remember that Trump withdrew from running before? Has anyone seen the photos of him with the Clintons, with Putin?
Too many these days equate success with a balance sheet, rather than unbalance plainly visible in their personal and professional lives.
These guys would be a ticket to actually benefit the United States: A Super-Bowl winning quarterback and a Navy Seal. At this rate, even Ronald McDonald and the Burger King would give us more of a chance at turning this country around than the cast of characters presently with top billing in the big-top presidential elections.
As I mentioned once before, no matter who wins, the American people lose. The loser who wins is merely a reflection of the society as a whole.
He lives in a cabin in the mountains of Western Montana with his wife and three cats. This article may be republished or excerpted with proper attribution to the author and a link to www.Jeremiah Johnson is the Nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne).
Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith, a Certified Master Herbalist, a Montana Master Food Preserver, and a graduate of the U.S. Army’s SERE school (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape).
Martin Macias holds a placard against US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump while standing at Paso del Norte international border crossing bridge in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, November 8, In his first foreign policy speech on Wednesday, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump declared that the United States is “going to be a friend again” to the rest of the world.
Trump, without a single day of experience as an elected official and actively opposed by the Republican establishment, would be the most unfiltered president in American history. May 3, Trump wins the Indiana primary and Sen.
Ted Cruz (Tex.) quits the race, making Trump the effective GOP nominee. The Trump campaign begins to size up Clinton and seeks to broaden his.
If you are American, SSC endorses voting in this presidential election. Andrew Gelman, Nate Silver, and Aaron Edlin calculate the chance that a single vote will determine the election (ie break a tie in a state that breaks an Electoral College tie).
It ranges from about one in ten million (if you.