Hillary is a poor choice

I saw a Hillary Clinton campaign commercial. She says that she will make corporations pay their fair share of taxes.

 

Go on. Do it. Then the costs will be passed to the consumer, and, businesses will have to cut costs that will lead to terminations that will lead to more people in poverty.

The same ridiculous commercial has her promising to – get this – tax/fine companies leaving America, then take those monies and repair infrastructure, or some such thing.

Clinton plans on funding one program by taking money from companies that leave America because of its punitive tax system? First, how many companies does she plan on leaving? One would think she would try to keep employers in country. Second, how does she plan on getting companies to fork over any fine or tax? They will be gone. Third, she thinks we are too ignorant to figure out any of this nonsense.

Now she is calling a play from the Democratic Party playbook: Her opponent is a racist. This just in: Clinton referred to “former” Ku Klux Klan Kleagle and Exalted Cyclops Robert Byrd, a U.S. senator, as her “mentor” upon becoming a U.S. senator.

Clinton and Donald Trump have been in the public eye for 30 years.

Trump was never accused of anything resembling racism until he became the Democratic Party’s opponent. In 1986 Trump was given the Ellis Island Medal of Honor by the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation – which, according to the awards sponsor, the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, goes to persons who “honor diversity,” “foster tolerance” and “respect all” while “exemplifying the values of the American way of life, and who are dedicated to creating a better world for us all.”

Trump also has a long history of hiring black, female and Hispanic executives to work within his multibillion-dollar company.

What has Clinton done to better anything? Not a thing.

 

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