Tuesday, October 25, 2016


If the 2016 elections have your head spinning you must watch this video. It is a clear indication as to where we are headed as America closes in on the November 8th election. Could this be what America is about to face? But there is a even bigger question, is the 2016 election a distraction from what is really going on? With the accusations flying and the finger pointing continuing what is really going on behind the scenes? It seems as if we are watching a reality TV show while observing the Presidential debates. The big question is why? It is clear enough that no potential president has ever been so roundly dismissed and attacked by the press and a plurality of American leaders than has Trump – as Michael Snyder notes in detail, Obama and many others have repeatedly issued statements claiming that Trump is unfit for office, and has many other deficits. If Trump does win – and it isn’t just rigged for Hillary – it is possible that -Obama could stay in office as the President of the United States?

Of course, in such a case, Obama won’t ADMIT that Trump is the reason… he too would blame some unprecedented crisis, like an economic collapse or large-scale terror attack. Even then, the move would be very conspicuous. But perhaps at that point, the system will be so cornered that it won’t matter. Millions of Americans would protest in the streets and revolt in every way; but that would in turn only feed the need for riot cops and military troops to keep the peace, further justifying a martial law scenario. Though it seems a remote possibility, there is every chance that America is walking into a nightmare where rights don’t exist and the country is operated under arbitrary emergency rule. Shudder the thought.

If Hillary is elected president, she says she'll appoint her husband, Bill, to oversee the economy.

During a speech in Kentucky Sunday she referred to "my husband, who I will put in charge of revitalizing the economy 'cause he knows what he's doing."

The U.S. economy boomed during President Clinton's administration. His economic record is an effective selling point, especially as U.S. growth remains sluggish, and most voters worry about the economy.

During Clinton's eight years as president, the U.S. economy added more than 22 million jobs. That's slightly more jobs than were added during the combined 22-year tenure of the four most recent Republican presidents.

In the spring of 2000, Clinton's final year in office, a greater percentage of Americans had jobs than any time since record-keeping began soon after World War II.

Giving Clinton's policies full credit for boosting the economy isn't entirely fair. The rapid growth of the Internet during his eight years in office greatly increased business productivity and profits and helped to fuel the hiring boom. There was also a bubble in Internet stocks, which poured money into the tech sector and helped spurred hiring.

But government policies did help also. The federal government actually ran surpluses rather than deficits during Clinton's final three years in office, and that reduced the need for government borrowing and helped to keep interest rates relatively low.

How do you feel about Hillary Clinton Becoming America's first women president?


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