SAN JOSÉ, October 9, 2016 – The recent release of the self-damning comments of Donald Trump have many people throughout the nation in an uproar, in a state of confusion, and at a point at which they will “throw in the towel” and resign to silent indignation over the apparent state of disrepair in the United States of America. Americans, once again, are faced with tough choices in this year’s presidential election, which seems to boil down to choosing the lesser of two evils as POTUS. Nevertheless, the indignation of the Democratic Party is hollow, and the righteous disdain of the traditional GOP elitists is also a little too little, a little too late.
One needs some perspective on the amazing display of political razzle and dazzle going on in the mainstream media as the entitled elitists in the state-run media machine are displaying outrage. Many who now say Donald Trump is not capable of being the POTUS. Yet, it appears that Donald Trump is actually on the same level as Bill Clinton, so why wouldn’t the media be happy?
Character apparently is not what this election is about. It is about the best control of a nation money can buy. And the mainstream media is bought and paid for. All of the announcers and all the producers will muster to protect the established oligarchy that is attempting to finalize the control over the American public.
The character of Bill Clinton or other Democratic leaders has never caused a problem for the Democrats. Consider not long ago the sexting escapades of Anthony Weiner, or the bitter reality of former North Carolina Senator John Edwards, who was the Democratic Party’s candidate for vice president back in 2004, running with then Senator John Kerry. Edwards was a “golden boy” in the Party and came back in 2008, and ran in the primaries for the Democratic bid for president in his own right. However, people found out he had an extra- marital affair with a woman with whom he had a daughter, while his wife Elizabeth suffered with terminal breast cancer.
Morality matters now to the Democratic Party? That is only likely if they can use it to smear a political opponent.
The Democrats may be counting on the vote of Millennials or others who were not even adults in 2004 0r 2008 to hold the moral high ground, but for those adults who have been paying attention, the Democrats do not hold the moral high ground anywhere. Especially if the Democrats are counting on the vote of people who were not even alive when Bill Clinton had the audacity to have sexual relations in the White House, this may be the biggest attempt of the reversal of the tables since Eve seduced Adam in the Garden.
If morality is the argument of choice Hillary Clinton is using to smear Donald Trump, and he is on the same level as Bill Clinton now, it does open a messy can of worms for the Democratic contender. Was Hillary this outspoken of her husband’s acts of lewd and immoral behavior when it occurred? Maybe it is time to get out the fact-checkers.
Consider this: Hillary was not publicly outraged with her own husband when he repeatedly was caught (never convicted) of his sexual actions. Now that Trump’s recordings of basically talking about something husband Bill actually did repeatedly, Hillary is concerned? Not at all – Trump is her opponent and this different.
In reality, these outrageous words from Trump truly only matter to people of faith and to some members of the Republican Party. That is the point. The Democrats are hoping that morality still matters to Republicans and decent, morally inclined people. It certainly does not matter to the movers and shakers at the core of the Democratic Party because they are fighting a war and the prize is control over the American public. It begins with controlling people’s thoughts, and they are very, very good at it – after all, they have the paid for media on their side.
This opens up a bigger issue, and that is whether morality still makes any difference to the American people. If it did nothing to affect any adverse opinion or loss of respect to Bill Clinton, “what difference does it make?” If morality truly mattered to the American public, former Republican candidate Ben Carson would have won the GOP primaries, and the Democrats would not have selected a deceiving criminal like Hillary Clinton. In reality, if morality really mattered in America, this nation would not be facing the decision of choosing between the lesser of two evils.
At this late stage of the election cycle, Americans have an “October surprise” to contemplate in their decision making process. It is an extremely important rhetorical question as to whether morality still has any value to the American people. Consider this: if Americans say yes morality matters, and turn from Donald Trump to elect Hillary, it was a brilliant gambit. If Americans stay supportive of Trump, it gives the Democratic Party the clear signal that morality does not matter anymore, so they can simply get away with more than they ever have before. This is why this is important at this time.
The core Democrat leaders have created a “Sophie’s choice” scenario with the future of America at stake. That is if one stays within the false framework.
The false framework of the ruthless leaders of the Democratic Party is that they are moral and Donald Trump’s character indicates that he is totally immoral. That is an illusion based on so many clear and matter-of-fact examples of the Democrats in reality. Unfortunately, there is no monopoly on morality, and the GOP has its own skeletons in the closet. The only people this matters to are the good people of America – the people of faith, the decent people who treat one another with respect, and the ones who strive their best to have good relationships within their families, and who try to pass on these values of decency to their children.
For better or worse, Trump is now the candidate of the opposition party, and just as Americans in the past have elected immoral men before him, Americans now can make some changes for the sake of the future. But, for now, Trump is the one that can save the nation from a Party bent on subjecting Americans to the same kind of evil triad of corrupt political leadership (from both Parties), wealthy donor puppeteers (from both Parties), and the bought-and-paid for media elite. Americans for now need to cast aside their rightful, righteous indignation.
Morality is something that has been drifting into the shadows within the American political arena – it was the indiscretions that were in the shadows past, but if Democrats manage to manipulate good people, they will have succeeded.
Does morality really matter to the majority of politicians today? Sadly, it may matter only if they are afraid of getting caught. But, within the criminal environment that has been raised in the past eight years, morality has shrunk deeper and deeper into the shadows. The real question is whether morality matters to the American people. It is doubtful based upon the recent history.
A Democrat president got away with illicit sexual relations in the White House, for God’s sake! The reality was that only some Americans were offended. Ask this question: How outraged were the majority of American citizens when Bill Clinton had illicit sex with Monica Lewinsky in the White House? So now they are going to be offended by some locker room banter from the GOP candidate?
Does morality really matter to the majority of Americans today? Certainly, there are many leaders in the GOP who have trashed Donald Trump, and now more than before they step out of the closet to pile on as they appear very unsettled and upset with Trump’s character and persona. Especially, there are several heavyweights who have arrayed themselves against Donald Trump: John McCain, Mitt Romney, and the various members of the Bush dynasty, as well as certain members of the Conservative intelligentsia, etc., etc., etc. Yet, what have they done to stop the sinister triad of tyranny that has been growing in this nation since the days of President Lyndon Johnson?
President Barack Obama once stated during his 2008 campaign for POTUS in speaking of Republicans: “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun.” Of course the fact-checkers may need to do their homework on that one as well. In reality, in the recent past presidential elections, it seems that the GOP brought silverware, with the likes of McCain, Romney, and Jeb Bush. Now that the American people realize the seriousness of the fight and have chosen to bring a “gun,” the GOP Elitists are “embarrassed” and “humiliated” by the likes of Trump because he is a candidate definitely on par with Bill Clinton.
One more segment of that quote from Obama in 2008, is quite revealing of the overall mentality of the Democrats running the nation now. In the context of his campaign against McCain, the Illinois senator said: “They’re going to try to scare people. They’re going to try to say that ‘that Obama is a scary guy,’” The Democrats were not scared – they always bring their “guns.”
Sadly, the GOP candidates often are not concerned about “winning.” They are more concerned about bringing tableware so no one “gets hurt.” They are more concerned about “looking good” while they get the snot knocked out of them in the campaign, or in the debates. The even more sad reality is that the American people are beginning to wake up and they are now being told to put the gun away – get rid of the dynamite because Hillary Clinton is really the lesser of two evils.
Traditional GOP Elitists are a major part of the problem that is wrong with America today. To trust their “tableware” strategy in a knife fight is to choose the loss of the Republic. The GOP ceased being the party of the people when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, and the Democratic Party ceased being the party of the common man when JFK was assassinated.
Today it is truly a fight for the future of a government of the people, by the people and for the people vs. a government established for a triad of tyranny. Against such a daunting dilemma, the people need to wake up and realize the fight they are in – a fight for freedom and the right of self–rule.Click here for reuse options!
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