William Thien

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With the FBI reopening the Hillary Clinton email investigation only ten days before the election and 13 million votes already being cast, or votes from six percent of the eligible voting population already being cast, it’s time to end early voting unless it is by necessity or an extreme condition.

The Clinton campaign has been holding rallies strategically located near polling places and influencing attendees to vote after the rally, actually giving them directions to the polling places where they can vote early. On polling day that type of behavior is at the very least partly illegal. Trump is correct. The election is being rigged.

If this isn’t the clearest reason to end early voting, I don’t know what is.

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I feel quite certain that the Hillary Clinton campaign, with the Wikileaks revelations of how Bernie Sanders was treated by the DNC, with the clearly paid-off media via campaign advertising dollars, and with the recent protestations of women suddenly coming out of the woodwork all at the same time bemoaning Donald Trump, is probably the dirtiest campaign in my lifetime.

What do you think?

It’s amazing what some in the country will do to maintain the status quo.

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If you boil all of the campaign issues down, Hillary is really just a hater of men. She has a position at least partially against everything and anything involving masculinity and supports unequivocally anything involving femininity and who can blame her after seeing what former President Bill Clinton did to her publicly. If you examine almost each and every issue there is some element of gender politics to it.

Unfortunately for her and unfortunately for the country, that’s not what the country needs.

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To a certain extent I believe much of the discussion coming from the democrats on the subject of gun control has more to do with taxing particular gun sales rather than curtailing them. Gun sales at gun shows and over the internet already require a background check unless between two private parties who meet up and personally sell a gun to one another in the same state and that is not even legal in some states. Criminals won’t abide by those laws anyway. They never do.

But imagine if you purchased a shotgun for your son or daughter who was coming of hunting age and you had to pay another $100.00 or more to facilitate the transaction? That would generate a lot of tax revenue, wouldn’t it?

There already is an excise tax on fully manufactured guns which gun makers have to pay to the tune of something like $100.00 per gun, so gun sales are a money maker for the government. Perhaps now that they have a taste of that kind of revenue, on a $400 gun that’s a tax of 25 percent, they want more. And that doesn’t even include the sales tax or the cost of the background check that the seller runs on you.

There is of course the fact that many democrats, those in urban areas who vote democrat, shoot each other. Alot. So guns diminish the numbers of democrats. But I’ve stated that before. And that sounds like a problem with democrats and not guns.

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Clearly Trump won the last and final presidential debate.

 

 

First of all when we consider the entire election process in America we must understand that the election is not just the actual practice of voting and tabulating the votes.

There are other processes involved as well.

For example, the media have been fawning over The Clintons for decades. I could give reasons for that phenomenon but there is nothing like scandal to get the media tongue wagging in this age of tabloid journalism and of course The Clintons have been at the center of many major scandals.

The media have been catering to the Clintons with such media properties as “Madame Secretary” and the first five minutes favoring Hillary at the beginning of every evening news broadcast on a major network for at least since this election season began. Years before Clinton decided to run for president she has been receiving favorable media attention, not to say that she shouldn’t be receiving favorable media attention, she is after all a former First Lady.

There is also the treatment of Trump by The GOP as well and he has been treated like an outcast from the very beginning, required to publicly take special oaths and swear to boyscout style impromptu allegiances. Clearly it is not just The Democratic Party which has institutionalized some of its candidates.

So, when Donald Trump states the election is rigged, perhaps there is no question about the actual tabulation of votes, though many believe there are questionable practices there as well, at the very least there is significantly favorable treatment of one candidate, Hillary Clinton, by the media over the other, Donald Trump during the campaign season when there are significant questions about the integrity of the candidate that is receiving all of the favorable attention.

So, yes the election IS rigged.

Because the election isn’t just about the tabulation of votes, it is the entire process I’ve described, media fairness and more and from my perspective the entire process has treated Donal Trump unfairly. Yes, the election is rigged because the entire process has been rigged.

I not so sure it is the first time, though.

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To a certain extent during this election I think we are seeing an organized attack on masculinity in America. Private conversations among men are being used as campaign fodder and given greater significance and scrutiny than extreme incompetence and callous disregard for human life by women. Something like this can only happen in a society that hates men.

A society that hates men is evident all around us today. Fifty percent of the children are born to out-of-wedlock mothers. Many if not most children in urban areas don’t know their fathers and the same holds true in many backwater communities. Why? Because the government (the taxpayer rather) has become the father instead, providing financial support and social programs from birth to adulthood when then the cycle starts all over again and a new generation of children are born to unwed mothers. This is now a multi-generational phenomenon that both parties are partially responsible for though one party takes the cake in terms of responsibility as the socialist population growth plan is its primary source of votes.

But what is really interesting to me is that I’ve been told I am the one responsible for the revival of the rhetoric describing today’s modern Democratic Party as “socialistic” and “communistic.” I myself do not make that claim, though if you look back through this entire blogroll going back five or six years, I’ve been told, it is easy to reach that conclusion, and then even before in my other writings.

And what is really interesting to me is that I believe the political movement to a socialist society, completely socialist, even eventually communist perhaps, is alive and well though many thought it died with the fall of The Soviet Union and East Germany in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. Not so.

It is through the increase in of out-of-wedlock birthing that the expansion of socialism is being accomplished. Single women having children and falling back on the social welfare system at the rate of half of all children born is the primary attack mechanism that is being used to weaken and bring down the open market and conservative foundation of this country.

The ideological bloodletting, the transfer of ideology from conservatism to socialism is being accomplished through a population control implementation, a growth plan, endorsed by both parties with one party completely ignorant of what is happening and the other only blindly aware.

Socialism has discovered patience and it is willing to wait for the children of unwed women to grow up, raised by taxpayers who have their own families to raise, doubling the financial burden on those families, weakening their financial position until the common hard-working man and wife who struggle to raise their own children are finally overcome with the largess of the collective at the ballot box, a ballot box populated by the maturing children of the socialist who raised her children on public assistance.

What is the only way to facilitate all of what I’ve just described? How do they facilitate the massive increase in women having children out-of-wedlock, how do they compel the substantial increase in people on social programs and enable the replacement of the male in the house by the government?

Make the country hate men. Outlaw masculinity. Make public restrooms gender neutral. Confuse the sexes.

I believe we are seeing a primary example of what I describe today in the media coverage of the presidential campaign. Now I’ve stated a number of times I don’t condone what Trump has said but there is something else going on there, some other objective is at stake and it is quite obvious what it is.

Make the country hate masculinity, mock masculinity and persecute masculinity as if masculinity itself were worse than the most heinous crimes we could commit, murder, assault. Make masculinity a crime by default. Make obsolete the ability of the family to be less dependent upon the state. Drive the man out of the house and provide sustenance in his stead through social programs. Glorify the philanderer in the media and undermine the two parent family.

That’s exactly what is happening in this country. If it isn’t, then tell me why there are so many unwed mothers using government programs and why so many children have never seen their fathers? Why is masculinity being erased through the implementation of gender neutral bathrooms in some states? Why are adolescent boys being taught to be more passive while adolescent girls are told to be more aggressive? That message is everywhere, in the media, in movies, in television police dramas, in the pulp fiber of the country.

A birthrate approaching 50 percent from unwed mothers indicates that the male presence is practically forbidden in the American household and the government facilitates that. The government actually makes it more attractive for members of particular communities to stay unwed.  This is how the government will grow even larger and more costly. What is once a socialist government will eventually lead to a communist government as this is the ultimate goal of the popular authors of collectivism.

Unwed mothers are the beachhead of socialism in America.

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I’ve had this feeling before and now more than ever it is plain to see.

With the massive errors of omission and the slandering and pandering going on by the media, I get the feeling I’m not even voting for one of the candidates, instead I’m voting for some media conglomeration of what the media think the president should be and look like.

It doesn’t matter what the candidates say. The media will filter and select what they think we need to hear. Clearly the media favor the “Clinton Look” in this election as their version of the president and what they can do with her image.

The media version of the president is a shallow and false version of what this country needs.

Time to regulate the media.

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In my opinion, Trump won the 2nd debate. While it was clear the questions and focus of the debate were on Donald Trumps “locker room talk,” nobody from the media brought up Hillary’s husband, Bill, the world class philandering, groping, and what some claim much worse, president.

If the country is prepared to vote for the woman who facilitated all of that kind of sexual misconduct, and she did facilitate it, facilitate it she did for decades no less, if the country is going to vote for her instead of some guy who was talking about women when he thought he was involved in a private conversation, well then maybe the preppers are on to something and maybe it’s time to stock up on canned goods and dig a hole in the backyard and build a zombie shelter because that’s what is going to be required to survive. No wonder the big three automakers and other large manufacturers are building all of their factories south of the border and in other parts of the world. It’s over!

Now, as I’ve stated, I don’t condone what Donald Trump has said but his plan to revitalize American Industry is much better than Hillary’s plan to tax the rich till there are no rich anymore (I support a flat tax, by the way, which is fair to everyone because everyone pays the same). Trump actually has ideas on how to fix the economy and was and has been the only one to state the problems and provide solutions.

The opposition (enemy) merely provides solutions to social issues but has no plan for the economy itself.

Hilllary doesn’t have any solution for American industry and her husband will go down in history as being the one who shut it down, went to the end of the assembly line and threw the switch by ratifying NAFTA and granting China most favored nation trading status.

Foreign automakers make as many cars if not more in The US now than US automakers!

Much of the problem though in my opinion with the debate had nothing to do with either candidate. Both looked much better than previously and I would vote for either merely on their appearance and demeanor. But much of the problem had to do with the moderators and after the second debate it is clear to me that the fix is in favor of Hillary. Has nothing to do with anything anyone said, there must be massive amounts of money changing hands. Money is in fact what all the media salivates about when they talk about the campaigns. Why? They are in a direct line to reap that cash in terms of advertising dollars, payoffs, and to be used to maintain the status quo for their advertisers.

Women control eighty percent of the discretionary income in this country, the spending money. And the media are clearly pandering to the female voter for that very reason. They can’t afford to simply state that actions (Hillary’s husband’s extra-marital affairs and Hillary’s covering for them) far outweigh the significance of Trump’s “locker room” talk. The media can’t afford to tell the truth, both sides of the story, or merely to make the distinction between talk and physical indiscretion. The media are pandering. And this goes of course to my previous commentary that the media need to be more directly regulated. They are supposed to provide both sides of the story but that clearly is not happening. FCC licenses should be revoked in that case.

Trump won the debate. Hillary looked good and for the first time I think she could do the job and do it well. But my vote still goes to Trump. He has the plan. She has the bully pulpit and has used it merely to cry about what amounts to nothing more than talk.

It’s rigged. The media is the facilitator.

Maybe the preppers are on to something.

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