William Thien

Trump Represents Change, Clinton, The Status Quo

Posted on: June 26, 2016

We are living at a time in the country’s political history when during national campaigns there is no clear choice to be made during the general election. Maybe there was one during the primary, but by the time the media has instituted its selection process, what usually remains is quite similar and we are stuck with having to make once again a “lesser of two evils” choice which is of course no choice at all. It is rather the illusion of choice.

During the last three presidential campaigns there has been not one single “Dang, that guy’s just the best I’ve ever seen. He’s awesome” candidate running for office.

Given the current candidates from the two major parties, we have passed those circumstances I believe and the choices are rather clear.

We see in Hillary Clinton an extension of the Washington socialist aristocracy that has become entrenched, residing in and about The White House for decades. Admittedly, Hillary herself has said she will continue with the current administration’s legislative programming.

Trump, on the other hand, often seems diametrically opposed to the status quo.

So, if you don’t like the way things are going in this country, the choice should be rather clear. If you want things to stay the same, well then that choice is clear as well.

Copyright © William Thien 2016

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