Sunday, September 25, 2016

For Whom to vote or not to vote that is the question

It is beyond far beyond my comprehension how anyone who calls themselves human with a human big brain cannot see the CON in this Republican con man, Donald Trump. His corruption is so obvious if one is following the campaign it could hit one in one's face.

Hillary's emails pale by comparison to Trump's incessant lying, Foundation illegalities taking allegedly charitable money and pumping it in to personal purchases, Trump Corporation's foreign megga conflicts of interest vis a vie China, Russia and other hostile nation states. Add to it the fact that attorneys general will go after Trump for perjury with respect to the Jeb Bush attempted bribe to make Florida casino land. Bush did NOT bite and Trump got mad, had his henchman working on it but fell flat. Jeb Bush told the 100% truth on the Republican debate stage. Trump either flat out lied to Republicans in the primary debate or perjured himself in a deposition about it. Oh yes, one more thing that $20,000 alleged buck bribe to Florida Attorney General Bondi for her NOT to pursue the multiparty lawsuit against the allegedly fraudulent Trump University.

Think on the many blue collar workers who said they did not get paid for work on Trump's buildings and the plagiarism and alleged fraud of Trump Institute. It is mind exploding how anyone on planet earth USA would vote for such a liar, con man and fool. Think on the many authors and noteworthy persons who know him and have worked with him like the ghost writer of Trump's book "The Art of the Deal," Tony Schwartz, in his lengthy interview with the New Yorker said: "I helped to paint Trump as a vastly more appealing human being than he actually is. And I have no pride about that. ... I did it for the money. It's certainly weighed on me over the years. "Now, since he's ... in a position to potentially become president, it makes my decision back then look very different than it did at the time." "One of the chief things I'm concerned about is the limits of his attention span, which are as severe as any person I think I've ever met," Schwartz says. "No matter what question I asked, he would become impatient with it pretty quickly, and literally, from the very first time I sat down to start interviewing him, after about 10 or 15 minutes, he said, 'You know, I don't really wanna talk about this stuff, I'm not interested in it, I mean it's over, it's the past, I'm done with it, what else have you got?' "

Then there is what David Cay Johnson writes in his book "The Making of Trump." Johnson is an expert in tax law and has studied Trump for 30 years. He has little good to say and a lot of bad.

Finally, Trump's ever present taxes which would tell so much but he refuses to reveal them. An audit makes no difference he still could release them or at least release other tax returns from years where his taxes were final. If they proved him right he would reveal them but they do not and releasing them would nail him as the liar he is. He paid little to no taxes and made few charitable contributions of worth. I rest my case. For whom to vote? That's easy. Without question it should be Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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