When you get right down to it, it should be a relatively easy choice this November. On one hand, you’ve got a very weak candidate in Hillary Clinton. She’s unimaginative, she’s unexciting, she can’t motivate people to go to the bathroom much less come out to the polls, and she’s a really bad debater. On the other hand, you’ve got a guy that is new to politics, which this year isn’t a negative, it’s a positive. He has some baggage, absolutely, but nothing compared to what the Arkansas Princess carries around with her. And, he’s MUCH better at getting crowds excited.
How many YouTube videos of half empty halls, and cheerleaders trying to stir up a crowd do you need to realize that Hillary just isn’t getting the job done? She’s supposed to have been coroneted over two months ago, and yet, she’s still struggling to put away some seventy-something socialist who should be sitting in a rocking chair in Vermont someplace. The choice is actually very easy.
Trump wins this one in a landslide. When Donald Trump gives a message of making America great again after eight years of pain that every single American (including the lady that was looking for “free Obama money” back in 2009) felt, it’s akin to, although admittedly not quite as strong as Reagan’s “Morning In America” speech. Now, match that up to a candidate who wants to give Americans four more years of the policies that caused all of the pain we’ve been feeling. The anemic economy, the dwindling GDP, the lousy foreign policy with the plummeting belief that America is there to help our allies. It’s all a part of the Clinton/Obama agenda that has failed miserably and will continue to fail. When you put the two of them side by side, there isn’t a sane person anywhere that can choose her…which says a lot about the mental state of our country today!
There really is no choice. And I’m saying that realizing that Donald Trump isn’t the best candidate I’ve seen for president either. He’s no Ronald Reagan…hell, he’s no George W. Bush. But he isn’t Mitt Romney or John McCain either. He is going to attack when needed and come at Clinton with a machine gun of rhetoric that will have that woman in tears. He has the right message for the times, and it’s just a matter of him getting out there and doing what he’s done for the past ten months…controlling the story. Hillary is used to being a rock star candidate. Unfortunately, she’s The Hollies, and The Beatles just arrived. That’s about the difference. And that’s with Donald Trump not being what I would consider a 100% conservative or a 100% Republican. He’s just that much better than she is at debating, at energizing a crowd, and as we’ve seen, at attacking. Acting presidential? Nope, I don’t think that’s going to necessarily enter into this one. Oh, the pundits may be looking for it, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. There is a revolution going on in this country, and it doesn’t include the “establishment” of either party. Sit tight…it’s going to be a bumpy ride to November!
Carry on world…you’re dismissed!