So, A Rigged Election

A Rigged Election - Then and NowClaims Of A Rigged Election

Democrats from Obama on down are ranting how Trump and the American people are harming the electoral process because we aren’t shy about telling telling the world that we fully expect it to be a rigged election, installing Hillary as POTUS irrespective of the actual will of we, the People.

Funny thing that, since the Democrats did it to a much greater extent and to greater, lasting harm to America’s electoral process back in 2000 when George W. Bush defeated Al Gore. It reeks of hypocrisy but is to be expected. Democrats and the sort that vote for them have always maintained a double standard, with Americans being held to a higher and stricter standard than those who tend to vote for Democrats.

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Presidential Legacies

All Presidents are concerned about their legacies. Having essentially reach both the pinnacle and end of public meaningfulness, the tend to worry about how history will remember them. In this it is logical to conclude that Obama is more concerned with this than most of predecessors.

Presidential Legacies - Bush vs. Obama
Presidential Legacies – Bush vs. Obama

Of course, Obama is also in the lamentable position of having his legacy tied tightly with that of his immediate predecessor, President George W. Bush Jr.. This will cause the boy’s legacy to be compared to Bush’s.

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Whose Mess Is It?

There’s little point in denying that American politics is a mess and is, more often than not, about various messes. Indeed, a large part of the rhetoric flowing from the maws of politicians, especially those of Liberal bent, can be boiled down to attempting to pin down the blame for whatever mess is the currently popularized one.

Boombox - Whose Mess
Whose Mess Is It?

Of course, if Hillary Clinton manages to secure her installment into the White House as POTUS, she would, as Mr. Dixon so poetically predicts, continue blaming President Bush Jr. for the mess rather than Obama. Such blamecasting would be even prolific if Obama’s seeming preference, the Waba Squaw, Elizabeth Warren gained the Presidency.

Mr. Dixon is also completely right in his prediction that any mess in existence will be the current POTUS’ mess the moment – hopefully for America as a result of 2016 elections – a Republican president takes office. Both the GOP’s disdain for blaming past leaders and the lamestream media’s antipathy for the GOP will ensure that.

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