Saturday, May 07, 2016

Who the Next President Should Be

It is no secret the country is bitterly divided now that Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican nominee and likely will face Hillary Clinton in the November general election.

To say neither is qualified to occupy the Oval Office is a gross understatement, regardless of what either of their starry eyed devotees my claim.

Both are well known New York Liberals that care only about themselves and both would devastate our country if not plunge us into a bloody war.

But we have to have a president and we need a candidate worthy of our votes. And, given the choices the parties present us, I believe I have found the perfect man for the job.

He is well known and highly popular with people from both parties.

He has been seen frequently on television singing opera, directing orchestras and is an avid hunter, telling me he would defend our second amendment rights with his every being.

He’s not afraid of getting his hands dirty, having actually prospected for gold at one time.

He’s never been caught up in any sexual scandal or seen cavorting with women of questionable reputation.

He’s been a strong supporter of our Military throughout our wars doing what he could to sell war bonds.

Granted he has a slight speech impediment, but it does not stop anyone from clearly understanding him or how words and you have never heard foul language coming from his mouth either.

His bipartisan appeal is likely his strongest suit as his efforts over the years have pleased many, brought smiles to their faces and eased their souls during troubled times.

He’s never amassed a fortune, although others have amassed wealth due to his hard work for so many years.

In fact, given the poor choices we see before us this election, I can’t think of a better man for the job.

Forget Trump.

Forget Hillary.

Let’s put our efforts behind a true American that will really make America what it could be.

I'm proudly casting my vote for Elmer Fudd this year. He stands heads above either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.


Unknown said...

I have to admit I am on the same page of you. With a population of 300 million or so, are those two poor excuses for candidates the best the USA can come up with? There are people way better than them but where the heck are they? The system does not seem to allow the cream to rise to the top. I am embarrassed for the USA. Of course, I am embarrassed to have that twit Trudeau as my head of government.

LewWaters said...

I'll turn 68 just a little before the election and honestly can say, this is the absolute worst slate of candidates in my lifetime.

As far I am concerned, Trump or Hillary, one and the same

Neither of our countries are shining beacons of anything any longer.

How so many can be so misled and deluded escapes me completely.

Down here, after all of the complaints of Obama not being vetted by the media, show them vetting from the UK, the same one they praised in 2008 for vetting Michelle Obama, they close their eyes, stick their fingers in their ears and drown me out.

I'm at a total loss where we go from here