The former Clinton staffers working for her might have something to do with it.
Clinton is the kind of person that wont hold the elevator door open because its awkward to ride in the elevator with a stranger. Its like “yeah thats shitty but considering that elevators suck can I really judge her?” Where as Trump is the prick who will actually press the door close button. I thinkContinue reading “Election 2016: as explained by elevator etiquette “
Dear Secretary, Congratulations on your victory. Congratulations on claiming a win when the votes of 3 million were legally barred. Congratulations on Wyoming where you won, even though you didn’t. Congratulations on Arizona where the elderly, the crippled, and others waited in blistering heat, never to have a vote cast. Congratulations on your victories, hollowContinue reading “Dear Secretary Clinton,”
Sorry Clinton people but she will never win over millennials the way Bernie can because we remember her in 2004 too well. I really want people, especially Hilary supporters, to understand something. DOMA & the Iraq War were my generation’s Vietnam, most of us were coming of age when they were dominant issues, ie developingContinue reading “Why Clinton will always have a Millenial problem, (pssst spoiler alert, its not just Wall Street)”
While I am very pleased that the issue of income inequality has finally taken a stronghold in the American political dialogue, I have noticed that the rhetoric has fallen short, even from my beloved Bernie. Sanders has brought to the media something that the rest of us have already known for years, the growing wealthContinue reading “The Banks Aren’t the Only Bullys on the Playground”
Hilary Clinton used to sit on the board of directors for Walmart, she was silent on all issues involving LGBTQ rights until recent years, she was sec of state & a senator both for only one term while Sanders has been a mayor, a congressman, and a senator. The only thing I remotely agree withContinue reading “Why I hate Hilary Clinton but would still vote for her, and yes hate is a strong word, that’s why I used it. “
It’s not enough to just vote for the first woman president, just because you vote for a “historic” candidate doesn’t mean they’ll change shit, look at Barack Obama. Race and gender don’t compensate for the fact people like Obama or Hillary Clinton are political insiders, inbedded with the same people and corporations who create ourContinue reading “Why I Am Not Excited About Hillary Clinton, Despite Being a Feminist.”