Most of the political polls have Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump. The lame stream media claim the election is over. Democrats are smiling with the belief that Clinton will be the next President of the United States.
Lawrence Sellin posted an interesting article at The Hill titled “There Is No Place for Me in Hillary’s America.” Sellin states that he considers himself to be “a patriot, someone who believes in the Constitution, the rule of law and representative government,” but “none of those will any longer exist” if Hillary is the next President.
The author states, “The Constitution will be de facto obsolete; the rule of law will be arbitrarily applied dependent upon one’s financial status or political clout; and we will have a government driven by crony capitalism and political expediency, benefitting only the rich and powerful, and one conspicuous for corruption, fraudulent elections and pseudo-representation.
“Under Hillary’s open borders policy, the United States of America will be neither United nor America. It will not be a melting pot, a nation guided by the notion of E Pluribus Unum, but a collection of simultaneous arguments, where the only thing we have in common is our differences….”
Sellin's description of an America under a President Hillary Clinton is very bleak in my way of thinking. It is far from the America I once knew and not the America I wish for my grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The author recognizes “a familiar ring” in Hillary’s ideas for government because he saw the same thing while traveling in “the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe during the Cold War.” He quotes from “Mountains of Crumbs,” a memoir of childhood by Elena Gorokhova in the 1960s and 1970s propaganda-soaked Soviet Union. Gorokhova “explains the meaning of ‘vranyo,’ the Russian word for `a white lie or half-truth’.”
“In Russia we played the `vrahyo’ game on a daily basis. The government lied to us, we knew they were lying, they knew we knew they were lying, but they kept lying anyway and we pretended to believe them.”
Is this the kind of America you wish to live in? It is not my idea of America. We must stop Clinton from being elected. Donald Trump is the only possible person who can stop her. Trump is not my idea of an ideal President, but he is all that we have to work with.
Brian Darling at Conservative Review says there are four reasons why Donald Trump could still win the election and explains them in his article titled “4 Reasons Why Trump Could Still Win the Election.” His four reasons are: (1) The polls all show that Trump is still within striking distance, (2) The economy has not recovered, (3) No one likes Hillary, and (4) Trump has a message that “resonates with voters who hate Congress and the political elite.”
The election is not over until the last vote is counted. If people will stop their “protest voting” and get behind Trump, we can stop Clinton. If not, we will end up living in Hillary’s America.