I honestly believe that America has been saved, or at least given a reprieve.  I've sweated the last two elections big time, but this one was even worse, since another four years of Obama policies, court appointments, and just plain STUPIDITY, would be almost impossible to overcome.  To me, politics is personal.  It's not some sort of sporting contest.  Those who think politics mean nothing, are spoiled, and under the impression that everything will be okay, no matter who gets the nod.  Such people are often nice, but politically morons.  Whatever.


The idea that HC could be making court appointments, increasing the size of government, opening the borders, allowing into the country, massive amounts of Muslims who HATE us, siding with "environmentalists", and ohhhhh so many other things, scared me to death.  Not only is she a bad candidate, she's deplorable.  Imagining her and her pig of a husband in office for a minimum of four years was unbearable.  On election day, I honestly was wondering if I'd ever get another good night's sleep if she won.  There were reasons for optimism and pessimism, so I sweated the outcome.  And when Trump was declared the winner, I almost cried.


Say what you want about Trump's style, he is going to at least TRY to do things I've wanted politicians to do for years:  Enforce the immigration laws, keep Muslims who want to destroy us OUT!, cut taxes across the board, make our military strong again, get out of the Middle East as much as possible, cut regulation ... it's a long list.


I'm just going to ramble.  How is it POSSIBLE that someone like Hillary Clinton could get nominated in the first place?  She ignored requests to increase security in Benghazi.  When the attack occurred she sent no help.  And when it was over, she LIED to the victim's families about what caused it.  She was investigated by the FBI twice, and the BEST that could be said about her, is that she was "irresponsible."  Her so-called charitable foundation donated a measly ten per cent to charity.  She defended her rapist husband -- sorry, ALLEGED -- while pretending to be for women's rights.  And yet she got her party's nomination and almost won the presidency.




Whatever faults Trump has, he has always produced.  While Hillary was making single appearances in high school gyms, speaking for fifteen minutes, Trump was doing multiple cities, with little sleep, and working his TAIL off.  You won't find him playing golf all the time. He takes America seriously.  Those who portray him as racist, make me SICK!  He will work hard for my country.  How successful he will be, remains to be seen, as with all new presidents, but I have no doubt he has America's best interests in mind, as opposed to Hillary, who has been married to a stupid leftist ideology, and not to mention, her own self interests.


Oh well.  Adios, Hill.  Hop on your broom and fly your harpie ass out of town.  You've been rejected.



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Comments (11)

  1. Munkyman

    I have long suspected that Trump was groomed as the candidate Hillary could beat… ooops.
    I trust him the same way I trust a grenade, but I look forward to watching him dynamite the “swamp.”
    The media is playing down how many minority votes Trump got, especially that about 1/3 of Hispanics voted Trump.

    November 09, 2016
    1. LovingLasVegas

      The media took a bigger beating than Hillary.

      November 10, 2016
  2. bechtol

    Well said, LLV.

    November 09, 2016
    1. LovingLasVegas

      Thank you!

      November 10, 2016
  3. Munkyman

    Even Google is actively making this racist by posting that Clinton won more counties where there were fewer than 50% white or more than 45% black populations. It’s as if they want a race war, if I were a black person I’d be very suspicious as to why the media is always trying to goad me into getting violently upset in public. Why didn’t Hillary win ALL the districts where there was more than 45% black or less than 50% white? Because this isn’t about race no matter how racist a campaign she ran, it’s about selling out the middle class & the middle class rejecting the idea that they need to lose still more inn the name of globalism/socialism.

    November 09, 2016
  4. LovingLasVegas

    Everything’s about race these days. Weren’t we told Obama was going to bring us all together?

    November 10, 2016
  5. stevehayes13

    It wasn’t just a rejection of Clinton, it was a rejection of the whole neoliberal elite and their policies.

    November 10, 2016
  6. LovingLasVegas


    November 10, 2016
  7. morningafter7

    Isn’t it great, Vegas?!! FINALLY Obama is out of there and Hillary is over with. I agree with you and am so relieved! Like you said….PHEW!!!

    November 13, 2016
  8. LovingLasVegas

    Oh what a relief it is!

    November 13, 2016
  9. jenniferbdavid

    I know mostly people except of rush my papers service employs will not be aware of “Phew” which is title of this blog as well. Guys it means expressing feelings of intense sadness or relief. I think writer has shared some memories from his personal life when he faced this type of situation and we are sorry for that. Everyone has to face this kind of feelings in life because life is bed of thrones.

    May 04, 2017