Clinton's first debate with Donald Trump is just over two weeks away, on September 26, so she'll want to be fully recovered by then. -- My advice to Donald is to simply say "so, how are you feeling" in his opening statement.
I have some questions for you, dear readers: Is it simply me, or is there no newspaper or network in America that tells it like it is anymore? Take, for example, the Anthony Weiner case. He is the pervert who keeps sending pictures of his penis to women over the internet, more often than not while in the company of his 4-year-old son. If a man like that were married to Donald Trump’s closest assistant, The Donald would have been forced out of the race by now, no ifs or buts about it. But over on the other side, Hillary confirmed her trust in Huma Abedin—a Saudi-trained Muslim and her closest adviser—who finally separated from the pervert and asked for her privacy to be respected. The compliant, ass-licking media followed orders. Hillary’s polls remained the same.
You know things are bad when your health is failing, the cover-up of your failing health is failing, your only supporters have a net worth over $1 billion and even your party begins to abandon you. Politically, the DNC is facing the stark reality that they may have no choice but to come up with a last minute alternative candidate. Maybe somebody predictable, like Biden, lying around; maybe a surprise. Either way, Hillary and her campaign staff are being forced to come to terms with the fact that her unstable condition has been exposed. Why did she continue to run when she knew something was terribly wrong with her? Will she continue to run, despite what is obvious to everyone and even the media must admit? The would-be emperor is naked. How much longer will the charade go on?
Hillary Clinton may beat pneumonia. But she won't beat a condition far more fatal: untrustworthiness. Why not just admit the pneumonia? It's not as if there's a stigma to catching it. After all, Hillary Clinton's full-time job right now is rushing from place to place on those tube-shaped petri dishes called airplanes, speaking for hours on end with little sleep, and then diving into crowds of often unwashed deplorables thrusting babies into her face. The larger question that will be raised by the "health scare" is the one that has dogged Clinton forever: Why does she create cover stories rather than reveal the truth? At many critical turns in her lengthy career, Clinton has chosen obfuscation rather than revelation. (Here's a nice list) So do you think the public — nearly 60% which doesn't trust her already, according to polls — will again feel "misled" by Hillary Clinton and her failure to be honest about her health?
For instance, stimulate the economy. That phrase came out in the ’60s. It really just means “print up money.” They don’t use it much anymore because they can see it no longer results in stimulus; rather, the opposite. Now it’s called quantitative easing. And everybody uses it without questioning the fact that it means “print money,” “inflate the currency,” or “debase the currency.” They say “quantitative easing” with no irony. It makes me think the chattering classes are actually, in reality, quite stupid. I’ll discuss that word—“stupid”—later.