Sunday, February 28, 2016

Trump vs. Clinton

Nathan J. Robinson believes that Clinton can't beat Trup in the general election. I don't really follow electoral politics (shameful, I know), but he seems to have some good points. Clinton is a little sleazy, not well-liked, and a terrible campaigner. Robinson thinks Trump will eat her for breakfast.

I do know that if Clinton wins the nomination, I won't vote for her, even against Trump. I think Trump will be a better impetus for revolution than a Clinton or Sanders. I won't vote for Trump, but I'm not strongly motivated to work against him.

It should be an interesting few years.


  1. If it is those two this Fall, I don't know what I'll do.

    Vote Green, maybe.

  2. The advantage of voting green is that when the rePUKEians win and make a mess of things, you can at least throw it back into everyone else's face by saying, "YOU voted for the dimwitted aholes, not me!"


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