Never before have the votes of the citizens been more important and decisive. Never in my lifetime has the urban myth of an individual vote not counting been more of a lie.
2016 Presidential election
While voters may or may not agree with these personal statements, and facts, they should be considered. Most of these tweets and issues will never be addressed by the major media – instead minor side issues will grab the headlines. That is a disservice to the public.
Thus, the winner of the debate seems clear. Hillary Clinton lost the debate again. Expectations remain higher for Clinton to outperform Trump. But Clinton was matched almost point for point.
If anything, it is quite possible that the enthusiasm of many Republicans may be slightly dimmed and the hoped for rally by Democrats failed to catch fire. The next debate, in terms of moderation and questions asked and every facet of the candidates, will be very telling and may be the key in the race.
An attempt to attack the US Marine Corps, and civilians in Manhattan, have yet to be defined in what seems to be the most clear and obvious definition possible. Which should bring to question why.
“A crime was on clear display for the nation to see, and apparently the DNC was sure that the public would be too dumb, ill-informed, and misdirected by the majority of news media to notice.”
America is at a distinct crossroads. There is a path to less freedom and socialism, or a path to less political correctness and leadership. The choice America makes will be irreversible.
In part, this is not about the Rights of Americans, or those that would legally seek to become Americans. This is really about controlling thought and actions.
At the core of the Democrat Party, the President and the Democrat nominees, appear to have a view that Government is the primary source for jobs. The problem is doubling down on the very same neo-Keynesian policies that don’t work in the real world but fulfill the belief that Government is the answer to the issues facing the nation.
Thus the question remains, is the legacy of the Obama Administration potentially worth the 2016 presidency?