The Election ©
Well I’ve been totally silent in this column about the election since the primaries but this is my last opportunity before we all go to the polls next Tuesday and I just can’t keep quiet any longer….especially with the bombshell FBI Director Comey dropped last Friday.
Let’s put the corruption aside for a minute…..I’d like to look at what the election results will mean to us starting next January when we swear in the next president. I’ll start with some platform comparison highlights (You can get all the details here: http://www.diffen.com/difference/Democrat_vs_Republican):
Military…..Democrats will minimize military spending and preparedness; Republicans will increase spending and preparedness. This is especially important to us here in middle GA.
Taxes…..Democrats want to raise them to pay for more government control of our lives; Republicans are opposed to raising taxes.
Immigration…..Democrats want lax immigration enforcement to increase their voter base. Hillary goes even further…..she wants open borders in the western hemisphere; Republicans want strong immigration enforcement at the borders.
Abortion…..Democrats support abortion. Hillary goes further….she supports killing babies as they are being born, aka “Partial Birth Abortion”. Further she wants us to pay for it with our taxes.
The abortion industry and Planned Parenthood have their roots going back to Margaret Sanger who advocated abortion as a way to do away with minorities whom she considered inferior. Hillary has proudly accepted the Margaret Sanger award from Planned Parenthood for her unequivocal support of abortion.
When Hillary Clinton was awarded the Margaret Sanger award by Planned Parenthood in 2009, she said she was “in awe” of Margaret Sanger, the infamous founder of Planned Parenthood.
In “awe” of Margaret Sanger, who said in 1921, “Eugenics…is the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political, and social problems.” And who also said in 1922, “The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.”
While the Democrats like to promote themselves as the party of minorities, it interesting to note that the Republican Party was founded in 1854 by anti slavery advocates and Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president.
On top of these political and philosophical differences between the two parties, there is the character difference between the two candidates. I am the first one to admit that I wouldn’t want Donald Trump as my daughter’s Sunday School teacher. But his character flaws (don’t we all have them by the way) pale in comparison to Hillary’s. The latest chapter of the FBI reopening its investigation is just the tip of the iceberg. The American public deserves better. They deserve to know the truth about this woman.