Friday, July 29, 2016

The DNC Convention--Morning in America again

A few thoughts: The DNC Convention was one of the GREATEST political events I have ever witnessed in my entire watching-of-political-conventions life. IT WAS FLAWLESS AND WONDERFUL beyond measure! It was like watching the perfection of a Fred Astaire/Ginger Rodgers dance -- well choreographed, so moving, and so beautiful. It was humanitarian principled like a Steinbeck novel and I cried though a lot of it.

I love the Democratic Party and I love Hillary Clinton. I look forward to the debates of Clinton v. Trump. Did you ever see a professional football team play the Pop Warner League youth football? Of course, not. Neither, thankfully, have I. I suspect it would be like a fight between Mike Tyson and me. One could only imagine what the gruesome result would be. I would NOT want to be in Drumpf's shoes when he debates Hillary Clinton. It will be, for Democrats, I hope, a fun spectator sport where the intellectually uber qualified Goliath beats the pitifully mentally and academically unqualified Trump.

There were no bases left untouched. The speakers -- ALL of them -- were not only perfect but heart warming and moving. From Michelle Obama, Michael Bloomberg, the Reverend William Barber, all the victims of violence, the 9/11 people that Senator Hillary Clinton helped, the disabled, the Republicans for Hillary, the Military for Hillary, the police for Hillary to Tim Kaine, Vice President Biden, President Barack Obama and finally the star -- Hillary Rodham Clinton herself. I have missed naming many more stars as time does not permit. All were stunning in their excellence. If one watched it throughout the week and last evening or will be watching reruns this weekend you have seen or will be seeing the perfection of, hopefully, the first woman President of the United States.

Welcome to the White House, soon-to-be Madam President. Forty years of political presidential practice is a long time to wait. There is no one on earth who deserves the presidency more or is more qualified than she to win it.

For me, at this moment, it's morning in America again.

GET OUT THE VOTE AROUND THE NATION FOR HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON AND FOR DEMOCRATS DOWN TICKET TO GIVE HER THE ABILITY TO RECTIFY THE MANY PROBLEMS OUR NATION NEEDS SOLVED.

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