Undebatable Failure

Posted in 2016 Election, Politics, Society on September 29th, 2016

This behind the scene picture from the recent Trump vs. Hillary debate at Hofstra University shows us that, irrespective of which candidate any individual thinks won the debate, our society as reflected by university students and faculty is an undebatable failure.

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Undebatable Failure
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Oh, and to make things worse and an even greater failure, this warning sign was apparently not put up because of any specific content. The Student Union apparently provides such warnings to the “special snowflakes” whenever an uncomfortable topic might be brought up during an event. Of course, since Trump is man and Hillary a female and they would be in conflict, by the current standards in America’s colleges there was the guarantee of some sort of assault or abuse. Trump was, after all, not going to agree with her and that would be a trigger.

Oh wait! I’m an American White Man. By writing “trigger” I probably triggered one or more of the “special” people because it inherently referenced firearms and White Male Violence.

There is no denying that these young with their constant offense and equally constant venality and greed are failures at life and failures as the children of Man. So too, however, and to a greater shame are their “parents” who failed to raise them, much less raise them right.

Hillary’s Health Problem

Posted in 2016 Election, Ethics & Morality on September 27th, 2016

Hillary's Health Problem - Moral, not PhysicalHillary’s Health Problem – Moral, not Physical

Consider that Hillary’s health problem isn’t physical or mental in nature. Consider that her real health issue is moral. Much like Obama, lying is her default reaction to being questioned or required to speak in any manner.

Who Wore It Best?

Posted in 2016 Election, Humor, Politics on September 26th, 2016

Who Wore It Best?
Who Wore It Best?

That Iconic outfit. Who wore it best – North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, Fiction’s Dr. Evil, or Hillary Clinton?

Now normally I wouldn’t bother posting this even as a joke. Fashion sense is hardly a decent metric for determining a person’s qualification for political office. However, just like all political candidates, Hillary’s wardrobe is part of her marketing and is made up of deliberate choices intended to identify and iconify her brand. Hence, her trend to choose variations of this particular outfit does have some significance and does raise some serious questions about her and her followers.

Again, whatever Clinton wears is a deliberate, controlled choice meant to project the image she and her campaign think will resonate with her likely voters. What does it say that she chooses an outfit most associated with dictators and would-be dictators?