- Jan 31, 2013
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Much of what you say is relevant. I feel that the number on difference would be that with Clinton - at least the White House would be in the hands of a sane, capable and experienced person who respects government and their role in it.
And right now I would settle for that.
LOL. That may be true. But with the polarization of this nation, the hyper partisanship, especially those in Washington, how much of a difference would that make? You would feel better, but for everyone who would feel better with Hillary as president, you have on who feels better with Trump in that position. Until both parties realize that the other party isn't the number one enemy of the United States, it's not going to matter much who wins the presidency. When both parties view the other as the biggest threat to our national security, future of this nation, more than North Korea, Iran, Russia, the Debt, ISIS, AQ, you name it, our future is dim indeed.
What happened? What caused this? More important what can be done to fix it? Changing presidents isn't about too.