Topic: Who is the Better Candidate for Becoming President of the U.S.A.?
I wish to continue on this topic which I had previously posted on WOX. In another 8 days or so Americans will go to the polls and elect their candidate for the Office of the President of the U.S.A. Who do you think it will be?
The Odds on favorite just s few days ago to win the race was Hillary Clinton, until the FBI announced a couple of days ago that they are re-opening their investigations into her improper use of a personal e-mail server at home to store and process her official and other e-mails. There is a long story on this issue but previously the FBI and the U.S. Justice Department had colluded to whitewash her wrongdoings and let her off the hook, even as the FBI Director said publicly that she had violated State Department plicies in the handling of her e-mails, which include many highly classified materials and confidential state secrets that should have been handled through the State Department's highly secured e-mail servers. New information have now surfaced that may be very damaging to Hillary's past behavior both as the former Secretary of State and a pid director of the Clinton Foundation that has been implicated in many cases of accepting bribes in the form of contributions from donors in exchange of favors.
And how about Donald Trump? I have never had any good words for this S.O.B. since many years ago and many people share my opinions on him. But is he any better than a confirmed liar and a person who has already committed treason in her e-mail scandals? I don't know and I will not venture any guess. This is truly a "head you lose and tail I win situation' for the American voters. I am glad I do not have to make a choice between the Devil and Satan. Both of these candidates are big crooks and everybody already knows it. This is how bad and terrible the American experiment with so-called democracy had become.
Now your question is answered, you dispicable troll. We see you are the political S.O.B. You always have been. Keep soliciting information, perhaps you will learn something, perhaps not, methinks the latter in this case.