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Neither Might Be an Option - A Lot Can Happen Between Now and November

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 22, 2016 at 15:35

As an observer of many things that Dr. Pipes might proffer as an opinion regarding American politics, this rejection of the political shenanigans that have this country on a projectile course into the chasm of world conflict, comes at a time when a more serious issue that faces America is left in the corner as Europe adds yet another act of war (in Munich) to its already reeling collection of assaults on a shattered societal conscience.

Adulations of a mob populace chasing after an altered electorate paradigm notwithstanding, America's chances of winning anything after November are abysmal at best and though this opinion says Dr. Pipes is more enthusiastic about the results being waited out for 2020, it is also projected that not only is Ms. Rodham NOT WHAT THIS COUNTRY NEEDS, neither is what Entrepreneur Trump is offering that the country will survive intact as well.

America has been, for quite some time, at war with its very existence as the machinations of a post-world war two world society are matriculated into this century's global conflagration; and to few are willing to face it. After all, the current Administration denies its complicity to extending the battle with fundamentalist (fill in blank for your own label of who we are fighting for our lives against) ideology from the Quran, the consequences being that after the nukes are sparked, what did anyone who gave permission to expand nuclear capability prove?

The real question in these modern politics should always be: who is going to have the courage and power to STOP THE NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST THAT IS BOUND TO COME? For example, the moment the Iranian nuclear regime community even thinks it has an opening to spin again, who's going to stop them: an American president that has no power to intervene peacefully? Ideology becomes a secondary discussion when faced with the countdown to a nuclear option.

This is what is at stake in the next American election cycle and all anyone can talk about while the world is being readied for a societal implosion that not too many are going to be able to survive.

So Dr. Pipes is right: neither current option is going to protect America from what is going to happen next and people need to realize that a better decision is needed now; right now: so where does one find that better option; anyone?

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