Winning Isn’t Enough

Republicans are excited about the midterm elections and have been since Joe Biden took office. Democrats are worried and are already throwing down the gauntlet as to what the country will look like under a split Congress at best. According to several Democrats, nothing will get done (usually not necessarily a bad thing!) and there will be more and more government shutdowns as Congress disagrees with itself as to what the spending priorities and amounts should be.

Five Thirty Eight has the Republicans winning the House of Representatives with a 70% likelihood. They have the Democrats maintaining control of the Senate with the same percentage.

So, if that’s the case, it’s not enough for the Republicans to play defense. They need to get on offense and tell the country exactly what they will do if they become the majority party in Congress. So far, Dems have been able to control the message, making Donald Trump the foe, and talking January 6th protest and abortion. They say the GOP is going to “take away” Social Security, which is a lie because all the GOP is doing is suggesting that Social Security be privatized as a way to maintain it past 2035 when it goes bankrupt. That’s really nothing more than investing in the stock market, something that every single person with a 401k account currently does.

But it’s not enough for the GOP to react to that. They need to come up with a plan on what they are going to do if elected to lead in the House. Democrats think the GOP will hold all sorts of hearings on Alejandro Mayorkas, Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and the like. They will hold hearings on Critical Race Theory and Climate Change. They’ll tackle hearings on overspending. But that’s not enough. America needs answers, not hearings.

Here’s what I’d do if I were in charge…

First fix the friggin’ border. Finish the wall, hire 87,000 Border Patrol agents, not IRS agents. I’d defund that IRS plan in a heartbeat and send the money to fix the border. Then I would come up with a comprehensive immigration reform package that basically says who is allowed into this country, who isn’t, and what the punishment is, if you come in illegally for any reason.

Next up, we tackle over-spending. I’d get a Constitutional Amendment for a balanced budget. If Dems want to crank up the Bureau of Engraving’s printing presses 24/7, then they have to find a way to pay for it. That means raising taxes on everyone. If that’s done, you’ll see inflation come down.

I would also put the size of the Supreme Court into a Constitutional Amendment. It should be nine people. That’s what it’s been at for the majority of time the Supreme Court has been around. The Judiciary Act of 1869 states that the Supreme Court should have a Chief Justice and eight associate justices. It’s already federal law. It needs to be a Constitutional Amendment so Democrats (or Republicans) can’t pack the court.

I would make it a federal law that for the safety of the nation, all communities must hire and pay the wages of a police force and keep them trained. Not a token cop or two, but a force! Put more blue on the streets, and watch the crime rate decline.

Next up, I’d make it illegal to fund programs with questionable data, like Climate Change. It’s not that the climate isn’t changing. It’s that they keep changing the models saying humans are the cause of it and what the catastrophic results would be.

I would make it illegal for anyone in Congress to buy or sell stock, and the same goes for anyone in their families. You can’t hide behind your spouse’s trades anymore. We all know you’re giving them inside information! If Martha Stewart can go to jail for it, so can Nancy and Paul Pelosi. And yes, that would include Republicans that trade on it as well (there are a lot on each side of the aisle).

Finally, I would put term limits into effect. We have them for the President. We have them in 35 states. We should have them in Congress as well.

That should be enough to keep everyone busy for two years until we win back the White House and take control of the Senate!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

All Political Debates To End?

If you look at the political landscape right now, and you take into account the hesitancy of political candidates, especially those that think they are in the lead at the moment, to want to skip debates, the answer to the question looks easy.

Yes.

Debating has been a part of the American political scene since probably the 1850’s with the Lincoln/Douglas debates. Those debates though were for the Senate, but both Lincoln and Douglas wouldn’t be able to understand the current format used by the various debate sanctioning bodies today. And that’s what has caused a lot of the rift.

Currently, several candidates up for election in the midterms are refusing to debate their rivals. Democrats don’t want to share the stage with Republicans they claim are nothing more than conspiracy theorists. Republicans don’t want to have debates moderated by media that has an extreme left-wing bias and poses “gotcha” questions to them.

Frankly, I think the days of the “Great Debates” are gone. None have lived up to the hype of the Roosevelt/Wilkie debates of 1940, or the Kennedy/Nixon debate twenty years later. Today, they have devolved into a shouting match, and points are only awarded on the number of zingers that one candidate can throw on the other. Can you think back to two of the most famous lines in recent debate history? How about, “I knew Jack Kennedy. I was a friend of Jack Kennedy, and you are no Jack Kennedy!”? Or maybe, “Well, there you go again!”

Nowadays we get name calling, derision, and a lack of substantive answers because when asked a question they don’t like, candidates merely dodge the question and talk about something else entirely. That’s the moderator’s fault.

Speaking of the moderator, we’ve seen a terrible list of them over the past few years. People like Chris Wallace, who has absolutely no place on a debate stage (or in national media for that matter) are terrible. Wallace’s moderation of the Biden/Trump debate was a debacle of epic proportions. And to think Fox News would put their credibility on the line by calling him one of the best debate moderators in history? What a crock!

No, debates as they exist today are terrible. They aren’t worth watching, and even less worth when it comes to deciding which candidate could do a better job. I sincerely doubt, in this age of total partisanship, debates change all but maybe 1% of the minds out there. And those are the people that probably shouldn’t be voting in the first place because they have no minds!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

Is Dems’ Primary Plan Backfiring?

It’s not a very new or even well thought out plan. The Democrats nationally have been pouring millions of dollars into the primary campaigns of more right-wing candidates on the Republican side. Why would anyone do such a thing and back their potential opponents? Simple. They wanted to have weaker candidates make it through the GOP primaries so they would have a much easier time holding the House and Senate come midterm elections time.

The problem is the plan isn’t working.

What it has done is help a lot of Trump-supported candidates make it through the primary, which not only excites the left because they’re going to be running a campaign that makes this midterm a referendum on Donald Trump, but it also excites a lot of the Trump base who are now more excited about turning out at the polls on election day.

But that’s not what the nasty little secret is.

In a lot of parts of the country where this tactic was taking place, Democrats are watching in horror as the GOP candidates, who were behind, sometimes by double digits, like Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania was, are now within the margin of error, and two months away from the midterm, are within striking distance to make a HUGE win for the GOP.

I’m not saying that the red wave is back, at least just yet. But the polling numbers I’m seeing from around the country are moving in that direction a tad. They need to keep moving that way. But there’s another sneaky little situation that the Democrats have found themselves in.

They can’t fight the GOP on being too far right.

All the Republican candidates have to do is mention that the Democrats funded their primary campaign to the tune of “X” millions of dollars, because they were the more sensible candidate, and it blows the credibility of the Democrats’ play right out the window. After all, why would you criticize a candidate for being a right-wing nut job, when you donated millions to their very campaign that you’re now chastising? You wouldn’t unless you want to get caught with your hand in the cookie jar.

It’s just the latest attempt of Democrats who understand they have a huge uphill battle to control Congress next year, and would do anything including voter fraud and intimidation, to win. It’s straight out of the Dems’ playbook. If you can’t win normally, change the rules. If you can’t change the rules, cheat. Winning is the only thing that matters.

Wouldn’t it be funny if they didn’t have enough money because of what they did in the primaries, to back their own candidates come November?

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

Here’s Why Biden’s Student Loan Bailout Is Illegal.

You would figure that Democrats would have learned by now. It’s not a matter of whether or not a student loan forgiveness program would be a good thing. I think most people are in the camp that this isn’t good. We’re teaching our kids (and those that are now adults) that it’s okay to backout of a deal like a loan without any consequences. You don’t have to worry because Uncle Sam will come to your rescue.

Except to do it the way Joe Biden did it isn’t going to work.

My hunch is, if it hasn’t happened already, there will be lawsuits filed that block his executive order to forgive $10,000 to up to $20,000 (for Pell grants) for any person with a student loan so long as their income is under $125,000 ($250,000 per married couple). The reason for that is simple. All you have to do is look at Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution: “The Congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States.”

In a nutshell, that sentence says it all. If the White House is going to shift the payment of the student loan debt to the United States’ taxpayers, and do so by an executive order, it is illegal. Only Congress has the power to “lay and collect taxes”. The mere fact that Biden issued an executive order transferring $10,000 per eligible student to the taxpayers breaches Congress’ role to lay and collect taxes. The Executive Branch cannot do that.

It will make it’s way to the Supreme Court long before any student anywhere receives dollar one off of their student loan. And since Biden has continued the repayment holiday until the end of this year, it’s very likely that the lawsuits will be filed and most likely a temporary injunction issued prohibiting Biden from moving forward on this until the case is settled. That’ll probably happen at the Supreme Court level and may not make their docket this year.

More and more Democrats are having buyer’s remorse when it comes to this plan of Biden’s. They originally were all for the idea until it sunk in that it WILL be inflationary, and it WILL cause harm to the economy. Not only that, but there are several independent and non-partisan accounting groups who have run the numbers and say the $300 billion that Biden has proposed is actually going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of $600 to $900 billion because the administration under-played the number of people that they felt would be applying to have their loans forgiven.

Even liberal bastions like CNN and MSNBC are starting to question the legitimacy of this program, and the intelligence behind it. Of course it stems from Joe’s campaign promise, but didn’t he also promise that taxes wouldn’t be raised on anyone making less than $400,000 a year? And then that was revised to be $400,000 per household. Still, this E.O. will hit every American, regardless what that babbling idiot, Karine Jean-Pierre says as she stumbles through yet another Peter Doocy question!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

How To Solve The IRS Funding Debacle

Part of the $300 plus billion dollar funding bill that Congress passed and Joe Biden signed as the “Inflation Reduction Act”, which it won’t do by the way, is the hiring of 87,000 IRS agents. Now, we’re being told that a lot of those 87,000 people aren’t going to be out on the street auditing your tax return. But a lot of them are. And I was surprised to learn that it’s not the uber-wealthy that are getting the bulk of the tax audits these days. It’s the people typically in the south, that have small incomes. Why you ask?
Because they don’t fight back against the IRS. It’s the Low Hanging Fruit Theory in full display.

But there is something Democrats who want to target the middle class tax returns are screaming about that doesn’t make any sense. They are supposed to be the party that “helps” the middle class, right? Just like they are the party that is supposed to “help” blacks, and Hispanics, and women, and gays. So, if they are trying to “help” the middle class, why would they sic IRS agents on them? Why go after the poor?

It’s because quite simply they don’t fight back. They wealthy have CPA’s that are pretty damn good at what they do. They would provide a challenge for the IRS agents, especially new ones that are more excited to carry a gun and use it, than they are about doing a bunch of math. The poor and middle class won’t hire these CPA’s at $200 an hour to go out and fight for them.

So…what’s the solution to a really bad bill?

I think if they were smart, the Dems’ should have gone the other way in regard to the IRS. Rather than give them six times their current budget, give them money to modernize their computer systems, maybe do some customer service training and hire some CPA’s to answer tax questions on the phone. Other than that, shrink the IRS. You can do it and still make the money you need to pay for Biden’s largess. Here’s how.

First adopt a flat tax plan. Everyone pays the same percentage. The argument that the poor need to have every cent of their meager incomes in order to make it to the end of the month doesn’t hold water. For them, they’d probably have less tax withheld from their paychecks than they do now.

The beauty of the flat tax is, it’s simple. There are no deductions. There are no tax credits. There are no wealth redistribution plans, which is probably why the Dems don’t like it. Everyone pays the same percentage of their income. It’s taken out of their paychecks, or withheld when they cash in an IRA or sell stock or whatever. They never see the money, and they never have to file a tax return. It’s completely taken care of. Withholding takes care of it all.

Yes, there is the gig economy that pays in cash basically. And you have the large army of waiters, waitresses and people that rely on cash tips for income. But what the IRS does now is figure out what their tax should be based on what they feel their tips should have been whether they are paid those tips or not. So, say they are using an 18% tip model. Someone in the restaurant spends $100 for dinner. The IRS says they should have received $18 as a tip. Some pay more of a tip, some pay less, but it would average out to between 15-18%. That’s what they are taxed on. The same can be done for food delivery people, Uber drivers, cab drivers, etc. And yes, it takes a few people to oversee it, but far from 87,000!

The flat tax is the simplest tax in the world to use, and it’s also the fairest. Why we are paying on average $180 per household for a CPA to do our taxes, even if it IS tax deductable? Think about it!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

Dems’ Used “Marketing Ploy” To Pass Inflation Reduction Act

Well, you knew that, right? I mean, everyone with a sixth grade education prior to Critical Race Theory being taught in schools had to know that there wasn’t much if anything in the Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act that was actually going to reduce inflation.

Joe Manchin now actually agrees with that.

Manchin said, “Why would it? Well, immediately it’s not… we’ve never [said] anything would happen immediately, like turn the switch on and off. We’re fighting like the dickens. You got to produce yourself out of this… if you think that you’re going to wait on the Federal Reserve to raise rates, discourage you from buying anything (and) that’s going to take care of our inflation, that’s not how you take care of inflation.”

Actually, Joe’s got it wrong. How you take care of inflation, especially inflation which has been caused by an over-zealous Democrat party spending WAY too much money is, you stop spending money. Duh!

And that brings me to my point today. What has rankled me for years is the Democrats’ use of titling their bills. They come up with a huge spending bill that is going to raise taxes on pretty much every individual in the country, and then call it something like “National Tax Reduction Act”. There needs to be something illegal about that. If that were a television ad it would be pulled for being bait and switch, and the advertiser would be hauled into court.

What Congress needs to do in this particular sense is to pass a bill that says whatever you name a bill has to be the absolute focus on the bill. There can’t be any redefining words, or taking a wild spin to get the name of the bill through. Take Obamacare. It’s officially called the “Affordable Healthcare Act”. But it’s not affordable. It’s cost Americans some $146 billion extra in healthcare cost subsidies dished out by the federal government since it’s inception, and that figure is only going to go up.

Why not call a tax increase a tax increase? Because Democrats know that if they did that, they’d be besieged by telephone calls and emails from their constituents and they’d probably lose their reelection bid the next time it came around. Instead, they use what the media has termed “marketing ploys” to describe and title their bill.

All the GOP has to do next year when they take over is pass a bill that states that a law must be titled what it’s about. If it fails to do what the title is, in some reasonable amount of time (say a year?), then the bill will sunset and be done, along with any provisions in the bill. That way, if the Democrats want to call a massive spending bill a “Save Our Children Bill” if it’s not spent on saving children, but on climate change, it sunsets after a year and isn’t allowed back.

It’s time Washington starts being honest with Americans. So far, Pinocchio’s nose is getting long enough to reach the Grand Canyon.

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

How Bad Is Abortion For Dems?

In a word, terrible. First of all, there is a HUGE push to use abortion as a campaign issue in the midterms. We’re seeing it here in Arizona, where two separate PACs and Democrat Senator, Mark Kelly are hammering away at Republican challenger, Blake Masters for being pro-life.

They must not have gotten the memo.

Abortion, according to McLaughin & Associates is only tied for 8th in a list of campaign issues that are important to Americans. It’s got a whopping 5% who list it as the top issue, tying it with Honesty and Integrity, and Affordable Healthcare. Only 9% of Democrats listed it as the top issue, compared to 2% of Republicans and 3% of Independents.

But you never would have gathered that by the millions of ads we’re watching out here in the desert! You’d think there was no inflation and gas prices were 15 cents a gallon! What’s also weird is that the lead sponsor in the US Senate to restore “Roe in the Senate” is Tim Kane. Now, you have to realize that Kane is a pro-life Catholic, who had to do an incredible dance when he was Hillary’s running mate in 2016. As was stated in the liberal publication, The Hill, “The idea that a pro-life white male Senator has emerged as the face of the Democrat response by pushing legislation that falls short of codifying Roe and still has no chance of passing is just impossible to justify. It would be one thing if he were actually able to move legislation, but everyone knows he can’t and it’s an extreme example of how inept Democrats are at offense.” That was an unnamed Democrat operative who said that.

Even comedian Bill Burr, who’s an avowed liberal sees the fallacy of codifying Roe. He was recently at Red Rocks outside Denver and did a show in which he talked about abortion. He said he “gets it that women have a right to do with their bodies as they wish, but they are forgetting something. It’s called killing babies!” You don’t hear that talked about from the other side, do you?

So, Tim Kane will once again fail at his job. Seems that it’s getting to be a regular thing for the Virginia Senator, doesn’t it?

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

But Will It Matter Come November?

Democrats have been trying, actually striving, to find something that would click with their base to motivate them to come out and vote in November. So far, it’s been a big fat zero. Month after month, even the most liberal of mainstream media snowflakes have been forecasting a Republican wave the size of a tsunami. Apparently the Democrat base is listening to them. They aren’t listening to the party and the folks in Congress.

Dems were sure that when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs v. Jackson decision (on a 6-3 vote), that the base would immediately catch fire and jump in line months early to vote Democrat. Actually the opposite has happened.

Pro-life voters are more likely to vote in the midterms with 70% of them saying they’ll be at the polling places come November 8th (or before). Only 52% of those that backed Roe v. Wade said the same thing. I was wavering as to whether or not the ruling would have an impact on the November midterms, but the poll was taken by the socialist Washington Post. Maybe THAT was supposed to motivate the base?

The next thing that was going to be a sure fire attention grabber was the January 6th committee hearings on Capitol Hill. Remember? These guys were certain that they were going to hang Donald Trump and turn him away from politics forever, and possible throw his orange hair in prison for the rest of his life for treason! Alas, ABC News did a poll that shows that only 40% felt there was enough information to be warranted. And while those folks felt that yes, there could be something there, 87% felt that the committee hearings and the televised portions of it were nothing more than a political show.

Now that the Inflation Reduction Bill has passed the Senate, and most likely will pass the House, Democrats will put a lot of emphasis on the drug cost reduction for Medicare. This does have a negative effect, however, as drug companies have already said they wouldn’t be making newer, more powerful drugs available to Medicare if they had to lower the cost of those new drugs. That means seniors may pay less for drugs, but won’t have access through Medicare to get the best drugs on the market.

So, once again, the Democrats have failed to ignite a fire under the people they need to be most excited just to save their jobs in Congress. It’s no surprise really. When you think of Joe Biden’s deep crater called his approval rating, the fact that his vice president is actually lower than his, and that pretty much everything Biden has touched has turned to rust, you can see that he certainly has brought the Democrat party lower than it’s been at least in my lifetime.

I’m not saying that there isn’t something out there that will sway voters away from the GOP at this point, that’s certainly a possibility. What I find interesting, and it could just be a couple of outliers, but there have been four polls in the last week that says Americans would back Democrats over Republicans by about 4 points. Now, that’s a generic ballot where it’s just do you back Republicans or Democrats, but still, it’s interesting. And to be honest, I don’t believe it for a minute. All four polls were done by leftist groups.

Buckle up kids…it’s going to be fun!

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

Will It Really Matter?

I’ve always believed there are three types of people in this world. There are the winners. They are the ones that always seem to be on top. You can tell them by their swagger. They live in the mansions, drive the nice cars. These are the guys that you see taking private jets everywhere. It doesn’t matter what they touch, it turns to gold. They make up probably about 10% of the population, though not all of them are rich.

Then you’ve got the losers. They are the poor slugs that no matter what they do they just can’t catch a break. They’re the ones hit with the IRS audit after struggling to make $18,000 last year. They are the ones that get their car stolen when they just ran into the post office for 10 seconds. They are the ones that never have enough money scraped together to pay the minimum amount on their Visa bill. They could be the happiest people in the world, or the biggest complainers, but they always seem to be on the bottom. They also make up about 10% of the population.

Then you’ve got the rest of us. We have great days and days that just plain suck. Yes, we struggle at times with problems that life throws at us, but once in a while we get tossed a bone. This is where most of us are. About 80%. We’re never going to be living in a mansion, and we know it, but we really don’t care. We’ve accepted our role in society and are just happy to make it through the day. These folks are you and me for the most part. We comprise 80% of society.

Joe Biden probably falls into the 80% group. He’s had a hell of a presidency by anybody’s standards so far. Just getting to that point should be a crowning life achievement for anyone, but to get that far and then suck as bad as Biden has really has to be heart-breaking. At least until this past week.

Biden had a relatively good week or two recently. His approval numbers jumped a bit. He got about 25% of his Build Back Better plan through the Senate, and the House is going to follow later today. He finally got the COVID bug off his butt. And his FBI raided Donald Trump’s house.

But with all of that good stuff for Biden that’s been happening lately, I have one question.

Will it matter come November?

I mean, look, the Democrats have really created some monumental problems. There’s the inflation rate, which most people believe Biden and his Democrat cronies have created, regardless the amount of blame Joe wants to put on Vladimir Putin. There are the high gas prices, which yes, have come down about 65 cents after jumping up to $3 a gallon. There’s the recession that Democrats swear isn’t happening, but Harvard economists say is. Then you’ve still got the supply chain shortages that are plaguing us daily on the stores’ shelves. Crime is at an all time high, with perps feeling like even if they do get caught, no one is going to prosecute them. I watched a smash & grab in Queens on TV where a guy got buzzed into a jewelry store. He held the door open for three guys who came in with baseball bats and ended up taking over $2 million in diamonds in 46 seconds! And then there is the southern border problem. Oh, and the monkeypox crisis that is forming.

It seems like there still is a lot on the plate for someone to solve, and Democrats don’t have a clue how to fix any of it. So, will any of the “good” things that Democrats are crowing about actually matter in a few months when people go to the polls?

I don’t think so.

People tend to vote with their wallet. And while yes, the jobs numbers were double what the experts said they’d be, and Biden got a portion of his mega spending bill passed thanks to Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema caving in at the last minute, it won’t matter. Inflation will still be here. The recession is still going to be hanging on. Crime hasn’t abated. You are still paying about $2 more for gas than you were under Trump. And people are streaming in through the southern border (and being shipped to New York City and Washington DC!). The problems we’ve had a year ago are still the problems we have today. Nothing has really changed, and it won’t by throwing money at it.

We need leaders. I’m not sure who they are or where they are, but they aren’t at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and they’re not on Capitol Hill. That much I know. I don’t know if they are Republican or Democrat, but I know that I haven’t seen too many step up to the plate in the primaries this year. At least not enough to make a difference.

And no…I’m not sure Donald Trump is the answer either. I think it’s terrible the way the left is treating him, but I also am starting to believe that his time in the sun is about over. It’s time for someone else, maybe with the same mindset, but a different name to step up and contribute. And it’s WAY too early to tell you who that is. I just don’t know yet.

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

Is She Still Relevant?

I guess I should probably rephrase that. Was she EVER relevant? Of course I’m speaking about what some are calling the Democrats’ only hope to get their beleaguered and badgered party back into the mainstream. Yeah, you guessed it.

I’m talking about Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Frankly, I think Hillary has always been a wannabe politician. I’m not saying she’s not smart, primarily because I really don’t know. She’s well educated, but I know a lot of people that go to big Ivy League schools that come out dumb as a box of rocks. And I have to also say that Hillary Clinton is one of the most corrupt politicians (along with the current president) that this country has seen since the days of Richard Nixon, and probably long befrore.

But yet, there are many in the leftist party that are clamoring for her return to politics. That tells us a couple of things. First thing it tells us is that the Dems’ have such a short bench that they are bringing up a retread that is one of the worst politicians in history. This is like pinning your hopes on a six year old’s engineering mind to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It ain’t gonna happen.

Second, look who she’d most likely be going up against if she ran for president in 2024… the same guy that sent her running to case after case of Chardonnay, Donald Trump. And what would happen if Trump whomped her worse this time than he did in 2016? Would we ever see her again in a sober state?

Third, you know we are talking about getting a “new generation” into the White House, be it Republican or Democrat. Ron DeSantis matches that on the Republican side at 43 years old. But who do the Democrats have that could match that? Hillary is 74 today and would be 76 during the election. That means she’d be yet another 80 year old by the time her first term is up. Haven’t we seen enough of what 80 year olds can do in Washington?

When Joe Biden was elected, it was in the early stages of the Hunter Biden scandal. Since that time, we’ve learned that Joe was more involved than he ever led us to believe during the campaign. Hillary has the same problem. How many scandals has this woman been at the center of? She’s even still at the center of the scandals, with people accusing her of orchestrating the “suicide” of Jeffery Epstein, and possibly having a hand in Ghislaine Maxwell’s sentencing and future health. Isn’t it time we elected a “clean” politician that isn’t tainted with the stink of controversy and scandal?

Why anyone on the left would look to Hillary as a possible solution to the Democrats’ problem is beyond me. I mean, that’s like looking to Jeffrey Dahmer to solve the homeless problem by feeding them. It just doesn’t make sense. And IF Hillary Clinton is the best hope this political party has at rising from the crap they’ve put themselves in over the past 15 years, shouldn’t that party just chuck it in and go away altogether?

It’s time for the Democrats to either put on their big boy pants and play the game nice and not be cheating ever time they don’t get their way, or get out of the way and let another cleaner party take over the reins. And no…I’m not speaking of the socialists out there either.

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!