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nobody wins....

American mainstream politics has a problem.

Even as Trump's poll numbers sank further after a dismal debate performance, being abandoned by his own party (Rice, McCain, Ryan and company) and being caught on tape with trash talk worthy of a juvenile, the loyal supporters at his rallies would not be deterred.

But then these are the climate change-denying knuckle draggers who hate blacks, jews and Hispanics and read Breibart News. In other words, truth doesn’t matter to them.

To be honest Hillary Clinton is shrill and annoying and has a spotty track record. She is not likeable and yet is head and shoulders the better candidate but you wouldn’t know it by the poll numbers up until now. Trump may just help her by self-imploding after having yet another "man-child" type tantrum on Twitter.

No matter who wins, the Republican party was allowed to be hijacked by a mean-spirited idiot while the Democrats derailed the campaign of a man who would likely have made a good President. Sanders was deemed too risky a choice for the Goldman Sachs crowd and to other lobbyists who saw the possibility he would be crowned as the ultimate threat.

So instead we ended up with dumb and dumber duking it out for the highest office in the land.

When the dust clears everyone will have some reflecting to do and I can definitely understand why this gentleman feels very compelled to very passionately express his discontent with the GOP nominee. Guaranteed he's not the only one....





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