Heckster: She needs help all right. As much as I like Bernie, because I have a Bernie bumper sticker on my car, and I posted in favor of Bernie, and I went to the Bernie office and made phone calls for Bernie, even seeing myself on local TV news coverage in the background as a Bernie worker, and I mean, I was for Bernie first, and contributed fifty bucks to his campaign, never having given a nickel to a politician ever, well, I now vote Trump, regardless of what Bernie says now. Hillary will never be a Bernie Sanders.
Trump will try to bring back low skill production jobs. A person with compassion will try to find jobs for the less educated, less capable people, of which there are many. Every person needs meaningful work, and not a lousy handout every week to remind him or her how incapable the society deems them to be.
Hillary is a lying snake, speaking of "jobs of the future." Don't ever tell me that we allow a system that means no one can compete in America when doing a needed job such as sewing a shirt together, or some shoes, merely because some maltreated slave worker will do the exact same job in Asia, or central America for pennies, that the cost of shipping added, those shoes are half the price, and that is just fine for Hillary and her base?
It isn't fine. And far better than paying taxes, or building a deficit, trying to support those jobless people so that a few importers can rake in the profits and make contributions to Clinton's foundation, or pay her $250,000 for a fifty minute private speech.
Bernie can't convince me that a vote for Hillary is a vote for compassionate government. She can talk, talk, talk, even finely, even sweetly, always the Hillary smile, and the Hillary Yale smarts, but the heart is not in there. So Trump snorts, and he grunts, and he howls, but he also has heart. And Trump is right about how America, white, black, brown, yellow, red America, it was sold out by career politicians. One smooth lie after another.
If I accomplish anything by casting a ballot for Trump, I cast a ballot that says to America, that I feel we were betrayed, sold out, ripped off, and our children saddled with debt when all they wanted was a meaningful job.
If politicians can't bring back production jobs, toss them to the curb. All of them.