That’s the line from Bill Clinton’s campaign that has become immortalized in political circles for being the most succinct statement of what is needed to win ever made. Here’s my problem with it today.
Every supporter of the POS currently sullying the White House points to a healthy economy and low unemployment as reasons why he is actually a success and we should leave him alone. First, he is not solely responsible for the healthy economy or low unemployment but, as we all know, his ego will not let him admit that.
But secondly, and most importantly, for all you who still support this POS, ask yourselves at what price have we bought this booming economy? It has come, in case you’re wondering, at the cost of our morals, ethics, standing in the world and general sense of honor and pride in our country. The man claiming credit for this, the man some of you still support, has turned our country into a third rate banana republic complete with use of political force to destroy people who won’t play along.
Is this really a price we, as Americans, are willing to pay? We are led by a pussy grabbing, lying, immoral un-indicted co-conspirator whose own generals ignore him thus jeopardizing our whole democratic foundation. We are led by a boy with the maturity of a 5 year old whose own lawyers won’t let him testify under oath because he can’t tell the difference between truth and fiction. We are led by a piece of human flotsam who denigrates women and any race that isn’t white, whose grasp of concepts critical to our national security must be dumbed down to flash cards with minimal writing and who puts children in cages to keep his base happy.
I don’t know about you, but this is far too great a price to pay for any economy. He is a failed and failing human being. He is without a moral center. He has nothing to guide his decisions but his impetuous thoughts that seemingly occur while he’s on the toilet doing his morning constitutional.
We should all be ashamed that we in anyway, shape or form think that a vibrant economy is worth the price we’ve paid for it.