On selecting our next president, both candidates have flaws. But how serious are those considerations when deciding between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump when you consider them for the highest office in our country?
Mr. Trump directs his animus toward a single entity. His crude comments attack an isolated audience of things or people.
In contrast, Hillary Clinton’s troubles are broad-based and affect our entire country. As secretary of state of the United States, her actions jeopardized the entire security of our nation. Large financial donations to her foundation allowed direct access to one of the most sensitive offices of our government. We are now slowly unraveling her email activity and the price people and other governments paid for her attention.
Hardly a comparison to Mr. Trump’s foot-and-mouth comments about his sexual blundering, etc., which hardly creates a danger to our national security. Among other things, did Hillary’s use of her office possibly contribute to foreign governments receiving sensitive information which may have caused exposing the identity of some of our agents in foreign countries, or other national considerations endangering our national security? Her blundering in Benghazi certainly contributed to the murder of our ambassador, Chris Stevens, and three other brave Americans.
When the Clintons take over the White House, I wonder if she will return the remaining furniture they stole when they left.