posted on Sep, 18 2016 @ 05:11 PM
Ok here we go with part two, this is the really effing hard one. Also because apparently using the same thread title with a part two attached is an
auto thread closure. Did not know that.
This time the goal is to... gulp... talk up the opposing candidate. That's right, in this exercise if you have nothing nice to say, it's best to say
nothing at all. This is going to be a very hard one.
OK, so Hillary... *centers self and takes a deep breath*
She's a strong woman. She's in a culture that's heavily steeped in roadblocks based on gender plowed her way through competition to the point she's on
the verge of potentially breaking the ultimate glass ceiling, the US presidancy. If nothing else, her shattering the highest plane of glass in the US
would be a great step for demonstrating our progress in gender equality.
She's played the game a long while, she has already built up the right connections to be a mover and shaker in the political world. If there's a
positive policy she truly wishes to push through, if anyone can do it, it's someone like her. She knows the rules of the game, she's been the wife of
Bill and as a Clinton has been intimitely tied to politics most of her life. A thing her opponent cannot claim. While being a politician and a lawyer
are generally spoken of with derision, there are advantages to such experiences and the skill set that comes with them to get things done in a
political environment. She's been doing the political dance for years and already has a strong political base to work from. If nothing else this will
mean, agree with her or not, this will be unlikely to be a lame duck presidency. So progress of somesort will occur under her leadership. She's
already proven a person that can get things done, and will go to any lengths to do it. While there's much to say for idealism, idealism alone can't do
anything in this political climate, you need to know how to move things along politically, something she can do.
She's taken up many of Bernie's policies a person I support. If she decides to stick by those aspects of her platform and push them and really mean
it, she might actually have the clout to do so. It may or may not happen, but at least it's a sliver of hope.
Ok I feel a failure saying this, but it's the best I can do for Hillary. Can you do better for your opposing candidate? I hope so, cause I'm not
satisfied I got enough # off my glasses for this post myself.