Let’s get to work

August 2, 2016

The festivities are over and it’s time to get to work. To prepare to vote.

If I had a nickel for every absolutely crazy, unrealistic and completely unrelated to reality anti-Hillary post I’ve read online, I’d be a rich woman.

If you think it’s a coincidence that all this stuff appears in the media now, well, I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. Having spent a very long career in media manipulation, i know how this works. By now, you should, too.

But that’s not the point.  Here’s the point:

If you think some of the bad decisions Hillary’s made that have impacted this campaign are hers alone, well, no. Just NO.  Hillary’s staff and advisers have done their best to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and that has to change immediately or we’ll have a megalomanic in the White House.

Yes, I can hear you now, The Buck Stops With Hillary.  Yes it does. So heads better roll.  Because the truth is that no senior executive, no candidate, works in a vacuum. That’s not the way it works. They hire advisers and they listen to them.  It’s frustrated me to watch these clowns give her bad advice and then to watch her take it. And Bill: stay off of other people’s planes. Bill. We love Bill but he’s a wild one. Yes he is.

But here’s the bottom line:  Rail away if you want to but there’s no purpose to it. All it’s going to do is get us four years of Donald Trump and there may not ever been a man as unqualified as he running for President.

“A man you can bait with a tweet can’t be trusted with nuclear weapons.”

Let’s get serious. Do you really think that guy should be in the Oval?

There’s only one qualified candidate and that’s Hillary. She may be the best qualified candidate ever for the job. Just ask President Obama, who laid it all out in his convention speech. She’s got a level head. Foreign policy experience. Is respected on both sides of the aisle. She’s built an amazing resume.

She’s ready.

And she’ll make an amazing president. (As long as heads roll on some of these bozos she’s got advising her.)

So it’s time to roll up our sleeves and get to work. It’s time to stop listening to the crap people (Trump’s people) are placing in the media to hurt her candidacy. And it’s time to join forces to make sure we don’t have a foolish, bad businessman in the White House.

Let’s get to work.

And let’s vote for Hillary.

14 comments on “Let’s get to work
  1. I completely agree–we have to make this choice. My biggest fear, outside of a Trump presidency, is that those who won’t vote for her will end up creating a non-majority situation by voting for a 3rd party candidate. There’s too much at stake right now to give this Congress the power to appoint a winner.

  2. Helene Cohen Bludman says:

    The last few days have been a disaster for Trump, and I hope this momentum continues. Finally, people are starting to see the light. I hope.

  3. beth b says:

    Trump is clearly mentally unstable and emotionally volatile. The word diplomacy is absolutely non-existent in his universe. Those qualities spell nothing but disaster for a President of the United States.

  4. Sheryl Kraft says:

    Yes, yes and yes.It is inconceivable to imagine a Trump presidency. And more than just inconceivable but I don’t want to use expletives here 🙂

  5. Diane says:

    Oh, I SO agree with this! There truly is only one choice!

  6. Kelly says:

    Some people like that Trump is “not a politician” and they are right. He is a marketing guru. He puts his name on everything. He boasts that he is the best/greatest/smartest. He says outrageous things and people are falling for it. Even if (God forbid) he becomes president, he will not be a dictator – he must work within the constitution and with the legislative branch to do anything. Case in point, how many times has President Obama been stymied by the do-nothing congress?

    HR Clinton won’t be able to do anything either if the current congress does not change. The down ballot elections are every bit as important as the presidential election. That is what I’m trying to stress to my young friends who are disillusioned about the Bernie Sanders defeat. He would have been even less likely to put any of his ideas into action with the current congress.

    Having said all that, “I’m with her!”

  7. Barbara says:

    Drumpf gives me nightmares. I can’t wait for the time I never see his ugly orange face on any of my screens again. I continue to believe there won’t be enough sheep to elect this buffoon. We need to get out the vote and continue to share the truth about what is going on. Having said that, I’m pretty sure there are people on the other side who are saying the same thing. Let us pray we outnumber them big time!

  8. I’m seriously beginning to think that Trump does not really want to become President. I think his plan is to piss everyone off, lose, and then produce a new reality show about it. Anyone with any common sense at all would not attack a Gold Star Family no matter what their views if they truly wanted to get elected. As for the Hillary witch hunt, remember Salem. It’s the same damn thing.

  9. I am with you in spirit – watching from Canada – and praying, hard, that Hillary wins. I don’t want to imagine what will happen with he who I shall not name.

  10. Andrea says:

    We all need to be educating ourselves about the candidates – and making decisions based on what we know

  11. Jacqui Odell says:

    Honestly I still haven’t decided who I am voting for. In my opinion they all have down falls.

  12. Jasmine says:

    Yeah Im not thrilled with either options right now. Hoping for the best but prepared for the worst lol

  13. angie says:

    we each have our opinion and was advised many years ago concerning politics in blogging

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