Should Hillary Clinton step down as the Democratic presidential nominee?
"If ruling Democrats hold themselves to the high moral standards they impose on the people they govern, they would follow a simple process:
They would demand that Mrs. Clinton step down, immediately, and let her vice presidential nominee, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, stand in her place.
Democrats should say, honestly, that with a new criminal investigation going on into events around her home-brew email server from the time she was secretary of state, having Clinton anywhere near the White House is just not a good idea."
That's from the Chicago Tribune today! http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/colu … olumn.html
Odd isn't it? The Tribune doesn't even mention Bernie Sanders who by any measure of fairness (the democrats are all for fairness right?) should be the candidate to replace Hillary.
Actually I don't think she should step down. First we all know that would never happen, she could have one foot in the grave and one foot in prison and she'd still run. Quitting now would be too traumatic to her zombified supporters who very well might commit suicide if she did drop out.
"If ruling Democrats hold themselves to the high moral standards they impose on the people they govern" what should happen is the entire Democrat Party leadership and the Obama administration (people like Loretta Lynch who met with Bill to squelch the FBI, Obama lied to cover up he knew she had a server) should step down because even worse than Hillary's transgressions they are all responsible for enabling her, for aiding and abetting her criminal behavior, corrupting the media, marshalling clandestine operatives to rig the election in her favor, supporting her lies and basically doing everything in their power to enact the coverup of everything she has done.
So there it is, a fair and equitable solution for you and for any democrat who wants to put the country ahead of their lust for power.
What am I saying,? "democrat who wants to put the country ahead of their lust for power," that is an oxymoron if ever there was one.
Well if history is any indicator, maybe if Hillary won't step down, she will fall down, and not get up. Not so sure they'd go with Tim Kaine though, he's too squeaky clean.
DTMB....QUICK! Splash your face with cold water. You're sleep-walking. Hillary step down?? Have you even focused in on her face..her beady RED eyes & her dastardly snark & smirk since this re-opening? Well if you haven't..LOOK! Now that's the stuff real nightmares are made of. She's one spooky, scary broad (& not just 4 Halloween!)
If I was Comey, I'd watch my back every second he has the nerve to keep breathing.
Since I'm physically unable to handle the suspense w/o pacing & fretting ( & wishing & hoping)...I have no choice but to leave this all up to the tiny possibility there is one~maybe 2 or 3~truly good, honest, courageous people-in-any-kind-of-political-power who exist in Gov't.
Gen Conservative. Although I agree 100% with the Chicago Tribune, IMHO, Hillary stepping down is about as possible as Charley Manson being paroled~~ to accept his Nobel Peace Prize........Ain't gonna happen.
and frankly, I believe in miracles...........Paula
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