A word to the wise

Thrown mud is ground lost



Categories: Election 2016

48 replies

  1. Ah, what’s my response to this? Ah, I may vote for the Socialist, and I may vote for Johnson. Probably will know when I actually cast my ballot. Ah, the heck with it, I’m going for Johnson. I reserve the right to change my mind, and I probably will! Something admirable about Johnson’s having chosen Weld to be his mate. Don’t I have fond memories of what “the media” used to say when Weld was still a governor? He was a governor of Massachusetts? Anyhow. Going off to ask The Google about Weld…

  2. Aha! Found something even better! Johnson and Weld did the late night Colbert show…

  3. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Trump.

  4. Diden’t you hear, “The Fix Is In” Hillary has this in the bag. The Democratic Leadership at the DNC made sure this would happen by slandering Berni Sanders And there is so much unrest in the Republican Party Leadership that they don’t stand a chance. To seal the deal The Electoral Collage will not vote for or elect the Donald!

  5. Trump hasn’t a chance, but nobody here is willing to bet on it. Except me.

  6. I’ve always hated the mud-slinging. I get tired of it before it even starts. However, this year is a bit different…. The mud that Hillary is slinging is, for the most part, true — and are traits that are not conducive to being the President of the United States. It is so important that voters are aware of what Trump really is.

    • People need to know about Trump (and vice versa, many would say). But I’m sick of the personal attacks, innuendo, and insults. I want details about solid plans for the future and how they will be implemented. I think we’re not getting this from Trump because he’s completely, hopelessly clueless. And Hillary is still too busy trying to defend her email and the Clinton Foundation. In both cases, continuing to attack your opponent is a good way to avoid discussing your plans for the country.

    • Exactly what I’ve been talking about. I must vote for Clinton. Voting for a third party candidate might make some kind of statement, but the biggest statement I want to make is that Trump is frighteningly unfit to be president and he must be defeated no matter what.

      • Exactly what I’ve been talking about. I must vote for Clinton. Voting for a third party candidate might make some kind of statement, but the biggest statement I want to make is that Trump is frighteningly unfit to be president and he must be defeated no matter what.

        Like.

        • Especially after the Bush/Gore Supreme Court debacle, it’s foolish to ever think “such-and-such a candidate has it in the bag so I’ll peel off and vote for a third-party candidate.” That’s precisely how the other guy wins.

  7. New computer… just making sure necessities are working. And oh, BTW… Trump still hasn’t a chance in hell of becoming president. Reiterate really isn’t a word… or shouldn’t be anyway.

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