Ya know, if I didn’t love my kids and grand-kids, I’d find this funny.
“Nevertheless, I advised Sen. McCain that because her duties had never encompassed foreign policy or defense issues Gov. Palin would not be ready to be vice president on Jan. 20, 2009 — but that I believed she had the presence and wherewithal to grow into the position,” he wrote in The Wall Street Journal as the 2012 vice presidential process was underway. “I summed up her selection as ‘high risk, high reward.’ I stand by that advice.”
I still don’t know how I’ll vote, but Hillary will absolutely crush it in DE, so “my vote doesn’t matter(tm)” applies, here. At the beginning of the primaries she was the 17th or 18th worst candidate running. I’m going to look into whether we can write in our vote, or not (we use electronic voting, so possibly can’t).
At the every least, if Hillary is elected, she’s “free game” to you guys. Don’t expect me to defend her. Or her husband. I’m not some “disaffected youth/Bernie supporter”. I’ve voted in 11 POTUS elections, and Hillary vs. Trump is, by a large margin, the worst choice I’ve been presented.
I can understand younger voters viewing Hillary as the “here, break off a piece of ribbon candy from this dish” candidate, and tRump as the “old man yells at clouds” candidate. I just can’t understand why they’re our (likely) nominees. Maybe they think Bernis is yelling at clouds, too? I dunno.
The floor is yours (in more ways than one, think “can we get any lower?”, pardon the pun). Help me make sense of this madness…
Feel free to use the words “dismay” or “dismayed”. As in “i understand why you’re”…
But DON’T use the word “disappointed”, as in “I can understand why you’re disappointed.” !’ll rip you a new asshole for that.
I KNOW why I’m disappointed. We blew a hyooge opportunity, this year.