posted on Mar, 10 2016 @ 10:56 PM
You've asked a question many people contemplated for many years. I totally agree it's a question of worthy interest. Like so many I've wondered the
same and i have my own opinion that seems valid. Hitlery is everything and nothing in all areas of political thought. She claims to be the answer to
the pitfalls of Wall St. manipulation yet she, like her husband, are the product of Wall St. Bernie accuses her for her involvement with the nefarious
aspects of Wall St. and does so with worthy motives. Yet Hitlery, in her way of being on both sides of the coin, insists she will force true reform in
badly needed areas of criminal behavior of the Wall St. power elite. Recent political ads has Hitlery denouncing the predatory pricing antics of
Big-Pharma as if she is the superstar of pro-consumer martyrs. In reality she is only fulfilling the role that is expected after govt. neglect.
Wall St. is not stupid. They do as what the law allows and recent behavior is backed by loose language within legal jurisprudence. Consumers are
caught between frivolous factions to keep a constant battle among the courts. Either past decisions or new laws keep the same direction only to be
attacked from another position. Legalese is the language that allows no reform in reforming. Big-Pharma is aware that their behavior is and will be
attacked for obvious reasons and Hitlery is poised to do just that.
However, as anyone who watched the latest debate, Hitlery's answer to Bernie's critical accusations is "although there is a real need to reform Wall
St., I'm the one who can do so...but let's not throw the baby out the window with the bath water to do so" is the proof in the pudding. History has
shown brief situations where govt. officials legislated laws to stop and or limit unwanted and dangerous behavior among the power elite. The Glass and
Steagall Act of 1933 is a good example in that such behavior was illegal and could not pose a threat to America's economy.
Aside of the argument of the pro's and con's of that Act, the recession/depression of 2008 that rivaled the "Great Depression" only happened after the
repeal of that Act. One can only argue that the language of the Glass and Steagall Act was strong enough to withstand frontal attacks from predatory
capitalists. Or, in in other words, essential and comprehensive reform that had the teeth of Law to prosecute, convict and imprison those who violated
the provisions of that Act.
Hitlery is what she was trained to be. Just another garden variety attorney well versed in the great game of Washington. She has the experience to
deal with the power brokers of Wall St. With that in mind, let's not forget such brokers "ARE" the shadow govt. and so far they "own" the system.
Hitlery, like her husband, are employed by the Eastern Establishment. Her power is the power given by her employers and that is not you or me. She,
like all who wish to climb the power ladder of both parties has been briefed on her "duties" during her "meetings" with the power elite. So again. she
is both everything and nothing in the big machine of governance. Also, this is becoming so obvious by the public.
With that in mind, You're question is valid. Why would anyone vote for her? But, let's add to the equation. She, like all contenders are funded by the
same super-pacs of yesteryear. The Supreme Court rulings in recent years allows big-money interests to dictate election terms and results. Everyone on
both sides of the isle are bought and owned and although it appears there is huge differences among those involved, both do as they are told and Wall
St. wins everytime. It became obvious to me many years ago both have valid points yet both have incredibly stupid aspects hard to swallow. I,E.,
Hitlery's assertions that gun manufacturers and dealers are guilty in providing firearms to criminals regardless of the fact they sold according to
law. In other words, the person who sold a "tool" is guilty "if" that tool is used in the commission of criminal act. The smartest thing I've heard
from Bernie is when he scoffed at such determinations. Only Hitlery could stand stoic when uttering such garbage. The GOP on the other hand, is just
as bad when they hide the fact they author and support anti-consumer legislation and back "behind closed doors" negotiations in free trade agreements.
You, and I, are left to decipher all issues and who supports each that is contrary to our best interests. The Eastern Establishment is aware of this
and it's part of their mission. They depend on those who get frustrated and vote on single issues. The only thing guaranteed is both parties will
bring horrific realities to the public. In some cases both sides agree on certain issues regardless of the damage. This was obvious when Hitlery was
spotlighted with her support of NAFTA. The greatest blow against the American worker.
When one is cognizant of the cluster-# situation and anger is at the highest point known, people like you and I are left with the notion of voting on
one extreme or another. Do I vote for Bernie, a socialists, in a means to bring back the middle-class or should I vote for Trump, a ultra-nationalist,
richer than God who shows no respect for individuals and brag he will make America great again. To vote in any other fashion will only solidify the
future to past practices. When the smoke clears we may have something worse and further decline of what's left of our rights.
After answering you're call, I now have a headach. Are you happy?...lol