Reflecting back on the recent past, I am astounded that voters continue to miss the implications of a Republican oligarchy in the U.S. that is stealing your democracy. And you with it. And it goes unnoticed. And few seem to care.
Some months ago I wrote that I thought Marco Rubio would come through the crowd of Republican presidential hopefuls and get the nomination. Of course that is all predicated on many things. But I still think the most likely election process will be headed by Clinton and Rubio.
Are you tired of all the so-called debating that is going on in the election process? Are you sick of all the lies? Do politicians make you sick? Is the entire process a sham? Do political parties really matter? Does all the money spent in the election process gag you?
I remember the first time I visited Europe. It was interesting to feel being different than everyone else. At that time it was a time to be proud to be from the U.S. In truth, I felt a little above these other people in nations recovering from the Second World War. There was still rubble around from bombing. Americans were seen as saviors of democracy.
Donald Trump's constant and ongoing rants and raves have done wonders for ISIS and other terrorist groups. To them, his very presence in an important role in the top American political scene indicates that the United States is a place where bigotry, hatred, love of the military, lack of freedom and rights rule the nation.