August 23, 2016

The real reason not to worry about Clinton's health

Increasing number of stories are raising questions about Hillary Clinton's health, including tid bits from Wikileaks. Is this a plot or reality? Well, it may not matter that much. In fact, if Clinton has to get out of the race her probable successor would be Tim Kaine, a much more likable candidate who comes from the south but still has a 90% positive voting record as gauged by the liberal group, Americans for Democratic Action.


Tom Puckett said...

Here's a more important thing to worry about for either Clinton or Kane:

LTMB: Hillary Clinton Showcases Her "Progressive" Values By Choosing Ken Salazar For Transition Team

Its Obama and his first term's missed opportunities - scratch that and substitute "deliberate capitulation,' all over again. But this is even before a supposed Clinton term begins.

Just about as arrogant as it gets, but certainly a wake up call to those who would fool themselves into voting for the lesser of two evils. This may not be biblical evil, but its certainly misguided and not the route we should be going. This is not the thing to vote for but another thing to vote against along with the other, "Republican" set of disasters. We as a people shoulnd't want either of these bad paper or plastic choices - we shouldn't want either bag!

Fracking seems to be the latest manifestation of the policy that had us building nuke plants on faults lines because the property was cheaper. Couldn't we do a little fracking under the nuke plant, to see if we can't even out the savings through total cost of ownership?

Get real, people!

Cheers, Tom

Anonymous said...

And, it should be added, another staunch supporter of the TPP/TTIP/TISA trade accords. More, he's not exactly antagonistic to the fossil fuel industry, nor Wall Street.
So, what's to worry about? The oligarchic usurpation of US sovereignty will continue apace, little more is going to be done to forestall the climate disaster unfolding before us, the .001% will continue to press the limits of economic disparity beyond anything ever experienced in the world's history.
Progressive Review my ass.