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Tonight is the last debate, and I’m wondering just how ‘BIG’ it will be? Will the discussion be about policy and new ideas, or will it sink into the muck of He/She said this or did that? I’d like Trump to stop saying “Trust Me” and tell me why I should.

You know what? I Don’t trust Trump.

I’m for Hillary but I’ve got a question. Of all the claims Trump made about her that were found to be untrue by fact checkers, why didn’t anyone fact check Trump’s claim that Hillary was the Devil?!?!? Oh bother. You’d think someone would look that one over first—seems important.

Maybe for Halloween....

Maybe for Halloween….

No, in the end the discussion about Hillary’s morals and the past charges against her, no matter how vetted, play to Trump’s advantage.

Maybe the bottom line of the muck is Bill got off and Trump may not.

Personally, though,  I wouldn’t have smoked that cigar with Bill even though Monica was a consenting adult at the time, and people have done much worse with consenting adults.

This year’s election muck  is smeared anyway you look at it: Trump’s constituency will not go away after this election….they may still hold over 35% of the votes….this group, parts of it, are a bit off in my estimation-maybe way scary radical. Still, they represent a segment of society other Americans will have to deal with; we’ll have to find some sort of middle ground where we can all stand together and work side-by-side after this election.

I’m thinking after Hillary gets in we will have a few tough years of contraction as many have suggested, and then a recovery. Things could be worse.  
Trump put his foot in his mouth, period. Palin could see Russia from her porch and there was Howard Dean’s whoop…These are the phrases that etch the paths of history. Sometimes, the words make the, ‘Man.’
It's too late to close that barn-door mouth.

For Donald Trump, it’s too late to close that barn-door mouth.

I am proud of anyone for wobbling a bit off Trump after hearing the tapes. Some are getting on the Trump Train Dump. Honestly, I think being born so rich has kept Trump from being able, or needing to, mature past a Jr. High school locker room level. I’m sad for him. I know he’s lived the life of a king, but the best part of life is trying to mature as a  spirit. It seems Trump will never use the chance.

Maybe I’m overboard, but I’m starting to feel bad about squashing centipedes. So I feel like I’m hearing the verbosity of a lost soul, a wasted life, when I listen to Trump rant and rage on so many people and topics. Again, it’s a downer.

My mom would say he's catching flies....My locker room friends would say-er never mind.

My mom would say he’s catching flies….My locker room friends would say-er never mind.

Trump is running for President. This is to his credit. The trouble is he needs a shrink not the Oval Office.

I’ve one more question(for now).

Will vulgar become vogue? The Italian parliament ruled just this year that it’s legal to publicly masturbate as long as children aren’t watching…odd. But, it’s another useless law. What good does that law do a guy after he’s gone blind? Yes, I’m assuming it will be the men who take ‘advantage’ of this new law in Italy-go figure.

Words can set precedent, Donald! And oddly, that word sounds like….?*

She’s climbed the hill and soon Hillary will be President. Then, she can toot her horn(s)-as if.

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Franque23

* Hint: Presi****.
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Say what?

Say what?

“Put simply and crassly, the American peoples’ memory for political events is little better than the attention span of a ferret, on crystal meth, in a mirror store.”*

You think Trump will remain the mean primary winning guy who’s yelling from the Right side of the room once he gets his party’s nomination? Not so much. For Trump, the Times will be a changin’ and, in fact, that change has already begun.

It’s simple truth that most, if not all, candidates move their stance to the political middle of the road once they win either party’s nomination. Trump will be no different. He has already changed stride during the last Republican debate. The national coverage took his pedal-to-the-medal foot off of spewing hateful anti-immigrant slogans while he chose to bank left and declare that,”I can make a deal.”

Interesting. Our not long ago hate monger is metamorphosing into a Deal Breaker who can broker World-Wide trade and turn that cash flow back in America’s favor. I’d think every American hopes for that.

Amazing. Our, I’m free to shoot whoever I like, primary candidate is turning his aim toward the venue of detente. Soon, Trump’s theme song will be, I won’t Back Down…And who doesn’t want a President who won’t back down?

Come this November, ballets will be about perception, a far cry from a reality filled of facts long since forgotten.

I’ve read the average voting American has a sever case of short-term memory loss, and I believe it. It is possible that Trump could shoot a person in March, bury him that same month, and by November be remembered as the guy who owns a huge, successful fertilizer business.

Come this September, Trump won’t be charging Mexico for a wall but embracing that country in a bi-partnered initiative to create local employment and enhance equal respect between the two countries. Trump won’t be calling for his rally dissenters to be punched, but rather he’ll greet those of differing opinions with open arms, just as he does all his foreign employees and wives. He’s already loves the poor and Black people…it’s really just that he forgot to mention Mexicans and other immigrants during the primary speeches. Now, our excellent police force will have all that in good hands under his soon to be appointed new leaders in that field. Problems will fade as Trump’s love for this country grows…

Meanwhile, while fact check shows Hillary did nothing wrong over the Benghazi massacre-one some seem to think was worse than any WW II crime committed-Trump will make sure American’s know how to spell the word, Benghazi, backward by the time he’s finished talking about that incident. And the e-mails Hillary hid will be easily seen after the 10 thousand e-mails Bush and Chaney erased are sent air-borne by Trump’s blow-hard speeches on the subject. His immigration stances will be equated to Biblical teachings-spare the rod and spoil the child. I imagine Trump will memorize at least one Biblical verse by November no mater how hard it is for him to remember his favorite book-The Bible.

Odd, how one of Trumps major cards to play will be Hillary’s relationship to technology-her missing e-mails- while a different sort of technology, film tape, may be Hillary’s salvation if she hopes to win this November. Trump will try to distance himself from the speeches and tactics he used to help win the primary during the National election campaign period; Hillary can use tape to tie him down to those very same speeches and tactics via massive air-wave ads. Trump and the elephant party will hope voters do forget what happened in March when it comes time to vote in November. Hillary by September can dig in her heels as a donkey might and plow those hopes away by showing actual footage of the Trump gone mad in March.images (5)

“You did too say that!”

No matter what, Trump will try to move to the middle as the successful business man who never meant exactly what he had said in the past. Thing is, can Hillary make him eat his words? The election will come down to that.images (3)

Will Trump eat his words?

Franque23

*https://theprogressivecynic.com/2014/10/16/the-shockingly-short-political-memory-of-the-american-people/

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