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Donald Trump says the US is in a "moment of crisis" and he is the only one who can fix it.
I am not sure that Donald Trump can really fix it?
Do you think that anyone up to this point has even tried to fix it.
Do you think that Hillary Clinton can fix it?
Why do you think that Donald Trump can't fix it?
All the Kings horses and all the Kings men have spent the last several decades creating this moment of crisis, and they were from both parties. If you want to change the outcome you have to change the input. And that means more than just changing parties each election.
If you do the same old thing you will get the same old results, as Brad sais. So why not at least try something new?
@ Brad : Thanks for your reply! I do agree with you.
@ Greg: Is there anything new to try? I believe Hillary is a better option as compared to Donald with such crisis to fix.
Since Hillary Clinton's policies are a continuation of Obama's or taking his existing failed policies to a greater extreme, she is the candidate for "more of the same", making Trump the one to support if you want a change.
Just because people sometimes move their mouths, and sound in the form of words come out of them---that does not mean that we have to invest those words with any gravitas, where none is warranted. In other words, just because people open their mouths and talk, that does not mean we have to take those words seriously.
Forget it, I say!
Any crisis is an opportunity for the super rich to become richer. It's called disaster capitalis.
Trump will not fix the crisis he will start a new one, in times of crisis things like housing and labour become cheap. Trump would personally gain with his Trump business when there would be a new crisis. That's why you should never elect a business man, he will think only about his own imperium and not about the people. A proper politician (do they still exist??) serves the population and is not into politics to enrich themselves.
Clinton is the better of the two because she is not a racists or sexists. But she too is from the 1%. Sanders would have been the best option to solve the crisis, but the problem is to deep that politics can't change it anymore. The power is at the banks and as long as the government bail out banks the problem will not be solved.
From the two conadidates Clinton is definitely the best option. She's at least intelligent, Trump is a spoiled child born in a KKK family. A nazi in a suit.
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