PostHeaderIcon Who is Unfit?

Longtime readers of this blog, will recall my admiration for Jack Cashill, who proved to my satisfaction that Obama’s supposed literary masterpiece, “Dreams from My Father,” upon which his undeserved reputation as a brilliant intellectual is entirely based, was actually ghost written by the unrepentant terrorist, Bill Ayers. He just penned a draft letter, which he suggests that Trump send to Obama:

Dear President Obama: It has come to my attention that you have deemed me, Donald Trump, “unfit” to be president of the United States.

Yet here you are, championing Hillary Clinton, the most conspicuously corrupt aspirant to the presidency since Aaron Burr. And I’m unfit?

Your candidate, as you know, was called out by FBI Director James Comey before Congress for misleading the public about sending classified documents through email, using a single device to send them, returning classified documents to the State Department and deleting work-related emails. And I’m unfit?

This same candidate was called out by the Washington Post just this past Sunday for lying – four Pinocchio’s worth – to Fox News’ Chris Wallace about Comey’s comments. And I’m unfit?

Your candidate, as Comey strongly implied, would not be eligible for minimum security clearance were she not president. And I’m unfit?

Believe it or not, it gets better.

In the week before the FBI “cleared” your candidate, your attorney general – Comey’s boss – had a wildly inappropriate clandestine meeting with the candidate’s husband. And I’m unfit?

Less than two weeks ago, WikiLeaks revealed that your candidate colluded with the DNC to rig the primary process against Bernie Sanders. And I’m unfit?

Your candidate lied to the families of those killed at Benghazi – does it get any lower than that? – telling them that that an online anti-Islam video provoked a mob to attack the U.S. mission in Benghazi. And I’m unfit?

To sell the lie, your candidate had the videomaker – an American citizen – imprisoned for a year. And I’m unfit?

As Peter Schweizer reported in his 2015 book, “Clinton Cash,” “During Hillary’s years of public service, the Clintons have conducted or facilitated hundreds of large transactions” with foreign governments and individuals. “Some of these transactions have put millions in their own pockets” – $136.5 million to be precise. And I’m unfit?

According to the Washington Post, the Clintons left the White House in 2001 “with an unprecedented $190,027 worth of gifts received over the last eight years.” After the Post revelation, the Clintons had to cough up $86,000 for items that were actually government property and returned $48,000 worth of furniture. And I’m unfit?

Then, my favorite:

Leftist Christopher Hitchens said of the your candidate in his indispensable book, “No One Left to Lie To,” “Like him, she is not just a liar but a lie; a phony construct of shreds and patches and hysterical, self-pitying demagogic improvisations.” And I’m unfit?

…not just a liar but a lie;” Superb. I really miss Hitchens, my all-time favorite polemicist… 😉

There is much more; but I must leave enough to entice a visit to the source. Don’t miss it. He ends with:

I may be seriously imperfect, Mr. President, but I have never compromised the nation’s secrets, sent an innocent man to prison, or enabled a rapist.

As to what gives you the right to question my fitness, that I will save for another day.

I can’t wait! 😀 â—„Daveâ–º

2 Responses to “Who is Unfit?”

  • Chris says:

    Unfit is a polite term. I could come up with stronger. This election cycle seems to be an education in mob mentality and the brainwashing that any one candidate can “make America great again”. We know Hillary is unfit. Whether Donald is will remain to be seen if given the opportunity. I will admit to having problems with Trump but they don;t stem from the news cycle proclaiming him unfit. It’s mostly because there are so many that are more fit. At least eight to ten out of sixteen.

    If Trump wins (which I find unlikely) I would like to see someone that simply focuses on the job of president. A presidency is called an “administration”. Someone who simply sits down at a desk and makes sure the machinery runs as it should. Like a chief operations officer of any corporation. The board of directors lays out the plan and they just make it happen. It’s not the presidents job to dictate the moral conscience of the country but to simply represent it’s interest. We have become too involved in the culture of personality and agenda. It’s not the job of a president to have an agenda but to carry out the country’s agenda. Trump may be that guy. Although he pandered to groups early on for votes he now seems to have little interest in the “social justice” warriors of either side. He pisses them all off pretty equally. If not we have sort of survived eight years of the most agenda driven presidency of my lifetime. How bad could it get?

    I haven’t decided how I will vote in November, but I will vote. I haven’t missed an election since Reagan and I won’t start now. Being in NY it doesn’t count for much. Anyone that thinks Trump will win NY needs evaluation more than either candidate. Right now I’m leaning toward Gary Johnson as a protest vote. A pox on both houses of the “Washington cartel”. It’s time to open up the prospect that there can be more than just two choices. A 20% libertarian showing would open some eyes this cycle and I don;t think it would impact the results much. Polls show Johnson takes as many from Hillary as he does Trump.

  • How bad could it get?

    I learned long ago to never challenge worse. It seems the moment one does it appears there is a much worse in store.

    You are correct to date no one knows what Trump can or will do. That is the intrigue about him. Those with a good amount of political clout to lose fear him therefore the opposition.

    Those who support him are also governed by fear of what they see on the horizon if we continue on the same path. He offers them hope.

    What do I see in Trump that offers hope for America.
    He is a winner. What he takes on he expects to win. When you are a winner you surround yourself with other winners. The worse thing that Trump could suffer is failure. He will pull out every stop in the book before he lets that happen.

    We see nasty now … let the Hillary machine get really down and dirty and you will immediately see Trump slice, dice and ginsu her into bite size pieces. I predict she will wish she had never stood up against him when he is done with her.

    As for looking Presidential … SCREW IT! that was down the tubes for posterity when Obama was sworn in.

    It is time the pundits let Trump do what Trump does best … WIN. Clearly they suck at the winning job at hand … time for them to shut up and go sit in the back of the bus.

    Grab your popcorn and enjoy the show … LOL
    The more bumpy the Clinton ride the more I will be laughing. 😉

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