Tonight the people get what they want out of the Democratic Presidential debate: Just Hillary and Barack with the other deadwood candidates out of the way.
And CNN, Wolf Blitzer, the Democratic Party and both candidates did a great job in the first hour, delivering the proper tone (real debate, not attacks) and actually discussed issues, with answers that actually provided insight as to each candidate's position -- highlighting the differences between each other's policy, not personality.
And for the first time, I am learning a lot more about each candidate's policy and direction on at least health care and a little bit of immigration. (The two topics covered in the first hour.)
And after watching the two candidates articulate their positions, I think it is so clearly obvious who came off as the winner, I don't even feel the need to mention who.
Is there anyone out there reading this who doesn't feel there was an obvious "leader" emerge between the two? Do I even have to say who? I think it's that obvious.
CLINTON ON HEALTH CARE: O.K., did you hear Clinton describe her health care policy? Not only does she want to force/mandate people sign up for health care, but she wants to mandate that health care providers cannot reject applicants, no matter what their health condition -- and if they cannot afford it -- the providers must provide a discount. Then she better open up a government health care provider, because that sound like flat-out libertarian socialism to me. How about if people can't afford a new car, and have their credit application rejected, Shillary mandates that all car companies must approve all applicants who want a new car, and if they cannot afford the price, the dealer must offer extra discounts. If you are an enemy of the United States, and would like to see America go bankrupt -- VOTE FOR SHILLARY. (Or is it Schillary?)
And if you had a business that was in trouble, and you needed to help jump start it; who would you turn to for help?:
a) Low income citizens (and non-citizens) who cannot grow an industry/business and therefore hire a lot of people in the community.
b) Big industry businesses who are responsible for actual growth/stimulus and does all the hiring in the community?
You've heard the expression about teaching someone to fish and they can feed themselves for life...well Schillary must hate that example and must feel it is better to just hand out a one time piece of fish to people and that will solve the problem.)
VOTER FRAUD ALERT: With Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Fabian "The Glamourous Life - Nucklehead" Nunez (aka: "Mr. Glamorous Life") as Hillary Clinton's Campaign Co-Chairs, I hope there are people watching the polls. And if you see some big buses pull up to the polls -- or see a Sojourners car caravan pull up...that might be a tip off!
MORE TO COME...
[NOTE: Hello and thanks to everyone who I have spoken with, and received emails from, this past week, or so, regarding all the fraud, waste and abuse at the grubby, corrupt hands of our shady mayor, who for some reason is only able to speak in three word sentences, these days, for some (unknown?) reason -- Antonio "I'm still really hot for that fashion designing planning deputy who I took to Asia" Villar-Viagra-osa.
I have a lot of catching up to do on the bloggging. Hope Prop 215 will be able to help me catch up! bzd]
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