What if Trump and Clinton Have the Same Core Beliefs?

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What if Trump and Clinton Have the Same Core Beliefs?

Judge Andrew Napolitano nails it!

What if the most remarkable aspect of this presidential election is not how much the two principal candidates disagree with each other but how much they actually agree?

What if they are both statists? What if they both believe that the government’s first duty is to take care of itself? What if they both believe in the primacy of the state over the individual? What if, in clashes between the state and individuals, they both would use the power of the state to trample the rights of individuals?

What if the first priority of both is not to decrease the size and scope of government but to expand it? What if they both believe that the federal government may lawfully and constitutionally right any wrong, tax any behavior and regulate any event? What if they both want to add a few thousand new employees to the federal payroll, give them badges and guns and black shirts, and engage them as federal police to insulate the federal government further from the people and the states?

Then Trump would be a bigger liar than Hillary.

Then, the game would indeed be completely rigged, and all of everyones efforts to fix this mess would be in vain, a waste of time and energy.  Then, it would not matter away.  If the entire thing is rigged, then all of the Trump attacks would have been staged, all of Hillary's "fits" not real, and all of the dirt dredged up contrived, then "what difference at this point does it make?"  

What If No One Answers ...

What If No One Answers The Wake Up Calls?

"I think this is why so many Americans are distressed about the election this year. They sense something dramatic has changed, and not for the good. More than ever, they have to choose not just the less-evil, but the worst evil—whom to vote against."


For me the Daze is worse than what might go bump in the Nite.

I feel fully awake to the realities of the status quo, so I don't find THE CHOICE nightmarish. It's the zombies of this real world that I find scarry because they are ubiquitous and almost inescapable. Personally, I feel like Bill Murray in 'Groundhog Days'. I'm ready to open my eyes upon a new scene.


"Again, let me be clear. I do not think Trump has a holocaust in mind; he is just an opportunist using “the other” both domestically and abroad to gain power. And I do not think Clinton has the stamina for sustained great purges and great gulags. Yes, she has a lust for power, but she has even more lust for getting rich through politics. She can be bought, and has been, constantly.

It is these characteristics, however, that are so disturbing. They build on what has come before, but suggest a revolutionary escalation. Every president during my lifetime has added to the power of the American empire and the deep state, but now we seem to be at an unprecedented and transformative junction."

-- Theamericanconcervative. 

I say -- 'welcome the junction; bring on the transformative change !'
Turn up the lights. I hope Trump scares the daylights out of the asleep, the spooks and the walking dead.

Happy Halloween.

Lotta "what ifs"

I have never heard trump mention anything about delegates.all I have ever heard him say was "get out and vote".

 He should know that the people's vote from the booth doesn't really matter or count,unless there is hanging chats...lol