Around four weeks from now, we are choosing our next president at the ballot box.
A tough choice this time around for many. If you are on the fence, and don't pay much attention to politics, likely you are looking at Donald Trump as a rich bully, a degenerate slob who treats women poorly and buys his cement for all of his buildings from mobster Fat Tony Solerno. But he says he will build a wall, make Mexico pay for it, and kick out all the illegals. Sounds good, right? Or if not all good, at least OK.
Or maybe you are on the fence looking at Hillary Clinton, who mishandles classified secrets but was exonerated by the FBI. Her hubby is not much different than The Donald, and has treated women poorly in the past but when he was president, things were going well in the country. Most think she's a crook, but has never been arrested.
Who to choose, who to choose. If you vote for Hillary, she could keel over at any moment and lapse into a permanent coma. Or if you pull the lever for The Donald and he wins, billionaire Mark Cuban says the stock market will collapse.
It must be tough being on the fence. None of your choices sounds good, do they? My advice to you fence sitters is to not vote at all. Leave these grown up decisions to those who actually pay attention to things around us other than 'Dancing With The Stars,' and 'The Voice.'
We'll all be better off.
Diversity is just another word for uniformity... - *and it makes me sad.* It appears Marine Le Pen had made it through the first round of voting in France. From what I'm reading, Marine Le Pen wants France...
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