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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Trump and Clinton on the attack

Land of the Free, but Money Doesn't Hurt, America -- Republican presidential nominee, but not really a Republican, Donald Trump, told his supporters (or Never Hillary voters) to watch the election carefully to ensure that it "is not stolen from us." 

If (heaven forbid) Hillary Clinton wins the election by receiving more electoral votes than Donald, that will translate (in Trumptonian) that the election was, indeed, stolen from him. Even if the former Worst Lady receives more popular votes as well as electoral votes, it will not matter to the Donald--he will see it as a "rigged election."

Meanwhile, Hillary attacked Donald for using Chinese steel in his construction projects. He had nothing to say about that, so it's probably true.

Trump told his troops at a rally in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA, that he wants every vote "counted 100 percent" on Election Day, and warned that voters had to be vigilant so that the presidency is "not taken away from us," or, in other words, "not taken away from me, Donald J. Trump." 

Unwilling to believe that he is losing to a lying loser, he claimed that the "system is rigged," and that there was "no way" he could possibly be down in the polls in Pennsylvania because he is loved by Pennsylvanians and they love him. 

He promised to make "three to four" campaign stops a day as the election looms closer, and may even make up to six campaign events in the final week. This should justify his claim that if he loses, the system is rigged. 

"I may be limping across the finish line, but we're going to get across that finish line," he said, implying that he plans to campaign for the presidency instead of sitting back on his haunches and waiting to win.

"Hillary Clinton is highly over-rated," he said to a crowd of people who want to make America great again in Ambridge, PA. "All crooked Hillary could do was talk about small, petty things last night . . . She wants to divide America. I want to bring us together."

"I was getting beaten up for 72 hours for inappropriate words, locker room talk, whatever you want to call it," Donald said to the crowd who wanted to call it "just words guys say when chicks aren't around.' He added, 'But Bill Clinton has sexually assaulted innocent women and Hillary Clinton was attacking those women viciously."

Finally, someone publicly said what we all knew about Hillary: she is not a real women's advocate and will say anything and do anything for her political aspirations. In other words, she's a politician. 

Trump is not. He is a TV personality and real estate mogul.

Hillary spent her first day after the debate on the campaign trail, yelling bad things about Donald at the crowd of over 50 low-information women voters. She said that "for his talk of putting America first" Donald doesn't support American industry because he buys stuff from China.

Hillary gets her pantsuits in Bangladesh.

She spoke about Donald killing jobs because he gets his steel from China, but she has never created one whereas he has created thousands of jobs.

But facts don't matter to liberals and Hillary knows it.

Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said that he will not campaign for Trump. That translates into "I don't believe he's going to win." He told other House GOPers to "do what's best for you in your district." His office later said that he wasn't conceding the election's outcome, but it sure sounded like it.

Hard at work making Hillary's pantsuits
Donald tweeted in response to Ryan: "Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominees."

He's right about the last part, but the 'jobs' and 'illegal immigration' part isn't really in Ryan's job description. But certainly, Ryan could have merely said that Republicans in office need to concentrate on their own elections, rather than going after Trump.

Reince Priebus, the RNC chairman is sticking with Trump.

The election is less than a month away and Trump is campaigning as if his base can vote for him twice. Clinton is running as if she has the god-given right to be president and how dare anyone deny her that.

Both candidates lack humility.