Dem Convention highlights Hillary’s legacy and collides with Obama’s

I’ll mention only some highlights of the Dem-Hillary-Convention. Change-maker in waiting is auditioning for her grand performance, how did she do? Yes America, when searching for a change-maker, the first person on any list should be named Clinton. Ignore her resume.

First up, Michelle came out to make a speech to support Hillary. Her key idea was voting for Hillary for your kids. Okay, vote for her as some national nanny for the kids. That your children, or your emotional ties to them, should lead you to vote for Hillary.

Clinton promoting Clinton

Bill Clinton laboriously told a personal story of his courtship with Hillary. However, it started with a video that was more a campaign ad for Bill Clinton than for Hillary. If you wondered who was really running, I don’t blame you. His seventies’ squeeze should be elected because of who she is. Then he left an entire part of Hillary’s story out. Maybe he’ll have a sequel because he left out all the scandals and her pork future instincts.

He attempted to humanize Hillary but she needs a whole lot of humanization for obvious reasons. Hillary was considered the most widely known, female candidate and yet he has to tell us who she is. Problem is the Hill we all know is not trustable or honest.

Running with Bill Clinton on one hand and Obama on the other, Hillary has staked her campaign in conflict. The two Presidents don’t have a lot in common. So which is it? She is going to continue the legacy of Obama while being another Clinton Presidency, just sounds stupid. Oh, its both. But she could be the worst in both of those worlds.

Change-maker is that Hillary has changed her mind more than any other politician I can think of. Here is Bill Clinton and Obama now campaigning for Hillary. Then Bill calling her an agent of Change, change-maker is laughable. She is part of the establishment.

Here is what I mean. Contrast Hillary running as a change-agent with Hillary in Bubba’s bio. You had a 60’s radical, arguably a co-called ‘change agent’ fascinated and obsessed with Saul Alinsky, which Bill conveniently leaves out. (better to think of her with cutoff shorts and flowers in her hair) Then you have Hillary, the pantsuit queen, on the campaign trail today. Now look at her opposition from Bernie. No doubt who is who. The new establishment radical opposed by the insurgent radicals. Hillary has an optics problem.

Bold Radicals and radicalism

The Democrats are nothing if not bold when it comes to politics. At the convention, on the second night, they trot our the Attorney General who was held in contempt for defying the court and oversight.Then they had the President who was impeached by Congress. And those are supposed to be respected as two of her biggest surrogates.

So here is Hillary of now running against Bernie — today’s version of the 60s radicals — 40 years later. She clearly represents the establishment and the insider, pay to play system. We are to believe she is a change-maker with all her ties to Wall Street as her bank account expanded over 20 million bucks in just the last couple years. But now she is presented as a change-maker, and “the best darn change-maker ever.”

What kind of change have we gotten from Hillary? She has made us more corrupt, and distrusting, than ever. She was the change-maker as Sec of State when the world ignited, ISIS expanded on the global stage, a caliphate was formed, Egypt disintegrated under Muslim Brotherhood with her support, and Libya was transformed into a failed state under her excellent leadership — losing four Americans as she lied about the event — and Syria turned into an all out war zone with a President she said was a reformer. She wants you to conjure up all your emotions to vote for Hillary. Now see her as a change-maker.

I finally understand the convention theme. Democrats decided not to run Hillary Clinton, but instead to resurrect Mother Teresa and run her for President. Hillary was everywhere doing everything. She single-handedly solved every problem in her path. Why do we even need a government or anyone else, just have Hillary do everything? As Bill said, drop her anywhere in the world and come back 30 days later and she will have made it better. But how does that comport with reality? She had four years, not 30 days, and was everywhere. Look at the results.

Now she’s actually running on that record and results — or running from them.

The Tuesday convention trotted out one person after another to bolster Hillary’s record, to personalize her controversial political career. She was behind everything done in the last 20 years that helped people. Over the top? Never mind she stood with Obama and Democrats’ policies that injure people. Controversy and scandal were everywhere.

Obama pulled the same strategy in 2012 when David Plouffe ran Obama as an insurgency candidate, while he was the sitting President with one full term under his belt. How likely is that to get away with? Now Hillary is following the same playbook trying to run as an outsider, riding to the rescue from the very problems she helped create as Sec of State. But do people follow and accept this narrative? Of course Democrats think so. That tells you something about what Democrats think of Democrat voters: they’ll buy anything if you package it right and put it in front of them. What stooges Dems are.

What does it say about Hillary and Democrats in general? Just follow their bouncing-ball narrative. She has all the sitting and past government officials come out and endorse her. Then they come to the convention and gush praises all over her. (Biden, Obama, Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Michelle Obama) Yet she is this super star change-maker?

Demonrats called the Republican Convention dark. But the darkest shadow hanging like a plague over this election is Hillary Clinton’s legacy of scandal and corruption.

So Obama, Bill Clinton, Eric Holder, and Joe Biden come in to endorse — prop up — and campaign for Hillary. Let’s make history again. Even David Axelrod suggested they were going to far to blatantly ask people to vote for her just because she is a woman. Then comes the other bombshell that her disapproval and distrust numbers are mainly due to her being a woman. I hope you get that because I don’t want to explain it — i.e. bigotry.

Hillary is super woman and her womb gives birth to all this great and wonderful fruit we have been seeing. Mother nature, Mother Teresa eat your hearts out.

Perception is reality to Democrats.

There is a constant theme in this election. One part of it is that Dems are creatures of perception. They simply believe things are perceived by the public to be whatever perception they can create. Whenever reality intervenes or votes to the contrary they get furious. This convention with Hillary’s campaign is no different. Hillary’s campaign and Obama constructed a narrative of peace, historical achievement, a secure world, terrorism in decline, civil rights on the rise, multiculturalism works, Globalism is our friend, a more perfect union, America united instead of divided due to their policies. Their vision.

America’s strength is in its weakness, according to Obama, and leading from behind is a positive, successful doctrine. Indeed the big one is that we are better off and safer now than anytime in history. But it’s all a big lie. It is not what people see.

Sure you can believe it — it was change you can believe in, after all, emphasis on your belief in it that Obama used as his campaign. Based on nothing. Now they simply assert that everything they say is true. And that the only thing to do is elect Hillary and keep their “winning” streak going. Just ignore everything that disagrees.

Now we are supposed to take our voting cues and marching orders from Obama with this band of politicians and all these establishment operatives. Embedded in that is stay the course and continue the status quo that got us to this peak we are all enjoying.

The other subtext: the justice narrative

The new definition of due process in America is when Liberals get the results they want. If they don’t, then that is injustice. (and that needs to be fixed) Injustice is whatever does not suit their fancy. But it is all outcome based. All that matters is that they get the outcome they want — whether it is politics, voting or elections, income distribution, or reversing Citizens United and Heller — and the justices needed to do it.

Until then, their perception should rule. Ignore reality, the condition of the world, the failed policies, the consequences of leading from behind, or their treasonous acts. Just ignore it all and whistle past the graveyard. All together now. It’s all beautiful all the time.

RightRing | Bullright

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