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Clinton Horror V Trump Mystery.

Reader comment on item: What's a Conservative to Do? Vote for Pence
in response to reader comment: Hillary rudely treated police officers as her personal servants

Submitted by Klee Gluckman (New Zealand), Oct 29, 2016 at 07:10

I think we have to support Trump to the hilt. Yes he's made huge mistakes. But one thing I admire about him is that he talks about destroying the enemies of civilisation.

None of the alleged crimes against Trump bother me in a personal sense. So Trump isn't the man you want your sister to marry. That in itself doesn't bother me. What bothers me is that the Clinton's have a history of self-gratifying politics and don't care for the damage that they cause to others.

Clinton begged Hafez Assad for a legacy while Osama Bin Laden was preparing for war with the west. Clinton cared more about his place in history than the safety of civilians. Hillary is no better she will manipulate the international situation and create chaos as well. I think Trump has Reagan like quality about him. Trump wont go begging despots for legacies.

So Trump is not the moral guy in the game. Were not asking him to be a spiritual leader of a religious group we are asking him to be president.

Trump is Risk, Hillary is a Disaster. Ill take the risk any day.


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