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No perfect choices

I’m still frustrated. After watching both the Republican and Democratic conventions, I have some comments. This country was founded on a revolt against the British elite and their rules. Now we have a Washington elite that does not follow the desires of the citizens. We have no perfect choices this election year.

Hillary has a history of mistakes and problems. My biggest problem is with the Clinton Foundation. How can it acquire $2 billion, most while Hillary was secretary of state? It seems to me to be a political mafia and corruption set up, and I don’t like that. If Hillary is elected president, what and who will donate to get political decisions in their favor and where will it end?

After all is said and done, the one big benefit of Trump is that he has no political system, Wall Street bankers, lobby groups or anyone behind closed doors running him. Maybe an outsider can make a difference. With Hillary it will be more accelerated policies of the Obama administration.

I think Trump has strong patriotic feelings for our country and doesn’t like the direction it’s going. I’m willing to take the chance and maybe he’ll be a modern Reagan. We will soon see.

For more information, please Google “Clinton Cash” on your computer and see the movie “Hillary’s America.” Please vote your beliefs for the direction of our country.

Paul Bennett


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