I suspect a lot of people have made the decision not to vote this year. They don’t want to have anything to do with this election or our candidates, though I’m not sure why. There is a clear choice. One talks too much and the other doesn’t say enough.
When did Hillary Clinton realize that she made a big mistake by publicly venting her hatred for millions of Americans because they don’t agree with her politics and aren’t going to vote for her? Did the shock come right after she said the words that will haunt her for the rest of the campaign?
By now it is excruciatingly obvious who is ready to do whatever it takes to pull off a big election win. It’s not the right. We are more interested in giving this one away. Instead, it’s the left. Democrats are determined to win at any cost.
It’s embarrassing to think about the shoddy roster of national leaders who will grace Cleveland and Philadelphia this summer. Some of them will eventually make their way to Washington as Cabinet members, advisors, and sycophants for a new administration. Some are already entrenched.
I am not going to waste anybody’s time going on about the Clinton-Comey-Lynch circus. We knew how it was going to turn out. Paul Ryan’s protests won’t change anything. We knew that the GOP House would be outraged. Nothing will come of that either, except for another opportunity to see how things work when the cards are stacked.