How does Hillary get Elected?

OK, so I am not a prophet or anything (nor would I ever claim to be), but mark this down as my prediction for the lead-up to the 2016 presidential race.

The question strategists will be asking for the next several weeks/months from now will be, “How does Hillary Clinton get elected?” The answer is simple, even though it could appear complicated. Personally, I feel it is a simple two-part answer.

First, she has to (read: MUST) distance herself from Barack Obama. (This is obvious.)

This can be done simply by:

1. Never mentioning his name in her speeches,

2. Never giving him any credit/credence for accomplishments, and/or

3. Ensuring that every decision she made, while serving as the Secretary of State, is blamed on him and his administration and that she was merely a pawn in his game to “dismantle America” (or however she’d like to sum up his failures in one repeatable, memorable, phrase).

She MUST point to him as a proven failure, and claim that she was virtually trapped and only able to do what she could to maintain. Why? Because she could not possibly take a stand against the “most powerful man in the country”. (Cue the victim card: “Oh poor me, I could only do so much …”)

This leads us to an important question of answering the “how” … and is part #2.

The answer is simple: William Jefferson Clinton.

Mr. Clinton is not only her husband, but he considered today to be the “savior of the democratic party”. His political (and I will admit, savvy beyond even the levels of tolerable nausea) attack of Barack Obama will be systematic, deliberate, and without pause if/once he starts. It will not be cloaked in deception or political maneuvering (since most of America would never catch on to this) because he HAS to be direct). For example, his comments about “America’s current position/status/etc.” could contain the following “innocent Clintonesque observations” inserted anywhere into the news-cycle, beginning today:

1. “He never calls anyone for advice but instead makes all decisions on his own wisdom.”
(Implication: He’s a bad leader that doesn’t know how to get advice from others.)

2. “His ability to lead is self-evident in the failure of policies, especially our foreign policies.”
(Implication: America’s failures in the world and with its citizens are solely his.)

3. “There has never been a time in the past 6 years when I’ve been so confused about what the White House is doing, and I think it is time we return to when things were running properly.”
(Implication: Remember how good things were in the 90s? Jobs? Economy? Me? Well, they can be once again!)

All of these (and admittedly dozens of other possible comments) lead him to point to Barack Obama as a failed president and implying that things CAN BE better but only IF Hillary (and by proxy him) were in charge and back in the White House.

Let’s remember this is not only Mrs. Hillary Clinton … but he is the 42nd President of these great United States whose capital (even with the proven facts of him being a proven adulterous liar) appears to have no limits. (Oh, how quickly we’ve forgotten that part … eh America?)

Mark my words friends … it is so simple even I can see it.

God have mercy on us as we continue to drift farther and farther from sanity.



Presidential Debate #3, Wrap Up

Finally, after three long Presidential debates (and of course 1 VP debate ) we have just two weeks left until the election!!!

I believe Governor Mitt Romney’s plan tonight was to go after independent votes by NOT pointing fingers and “tattling” by looking Presidential and capable of leading. his approach was to not give his Conservative base more red meat to sink its teeth into; but rather to show himself as one capable of leading to those who haven’t quite decided if they trust him or not.  It may have worked?  Time will definitely tell.  As far as looking Presidential, Mitt Romney hit that one out of the park by looking honest, humble, and compassionate.  Gov Romney landed big with his statement, “… attacking me is NOT an agenda …” to President Obama and the point was clearly made that the slandering and lying is not how one leads as the President of the United States.

Mitt also took a fairly calculated swipe at Obama’s “apology tour” which when replayed hurts more and more each time I listen to it.  The President in my opinion was wounded on that one because as we know, video tape is forever:

Barack Obama’s constant staring at Mitt Romney was a bit odd, borderline creepy if you ask me … and of course the constant “got Bin Laden” got real old, real fast. Obama really got off with Benghazi though which was odd, he certainly should have had to explain the deaths of 4 Americans to the country since he STILL hasn’t.  To this date I have no idea why Mr. Obama brought up taking care of women in the Middle East, especially with a 14 year old being shot by Taliban soldiers for wanting women to go to school.  Mr. Obama also played to the education vote and teachers which made his entire point in answering the question regarding foreign policy moot.  He is clearly out of touch and it showed by his inability to understand that America may set the example, but we are not able to change how another Nation behaves unless that Nation wants to change.

(Personally, I think Vietnam and Korea ought to have been perfect examples of this …) 

One comment brought up last night by Mitt Romney honesty STILL bothers me … BIG time. I wonder, what did the President of the United States promise the former Soviet Union during this “private and candid” discussion earlier this year? Hmmm.

However, when it’s all said and done tonight, this is STILL the state of things in our Nation:

Bottom line:  I believe that independent voters will be the tell on this debate and who looked more Presidential; but I believe, again, this was a virtual tie which will probably bring the polls to a dead heat next week.

Anyway you slice it … Nov 6 is coming … GO vote.