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Satori Wolstenholme
Satori Wolstenholme

Location: USA

Specialization: Politics

If Donald is the “Deliverer,” could Hillary be God's punishment for Satan?

The presidential race in the U.S. is turning out to be the most interesting in recent history. 

While the voting public accepts that they have been duped into voting for candidates hand-picked by both private and corporate interests, this time around it seems that the tables have been turned by a rising tide of rage and frustration inside a country knowing that soon, as a result of a million misdeeds committed by the leaders on Capitol Hill, it will soon be plunged into economic ruin.  Americans fervently hope that the next elected President will rescue the once-great country from complete disaster.

There is a thirst for fresh blood from the stuffed political shirts of the past.  Citizens complain of the hopeless level of corruption at the hands of Washington elites and congressmen who, in connivance with their benefactors, endlessly approve policy and pass legislation to the detriment of the populace they are sworn to protect.

Typically, American voters are forced to choose between two main party political candidates, one from the Democratic Party and the other from the Republican Party.  In the most recent Presidential elections, the overwhelming opinion is that neither candidate was a very good choice.  Voters do not go to the polls with the excitement of voting for the person they believe will help them and their country.  They go to the polls to vote for “the lesser of two evils,” and to do all they can to make sure the candidate they hate the most does not win. 

Citizens are resigned to the fact that due to  machinations within Washington   candidates are preselected for unflinching allegiance to the “Establishment.” That makes exercising the privilege to vote an exercise in futility.  Case in point, the last three Presidential terms, under George Bush, Sr., (1989-1993), Bill Clinton (1993-2001), George W. Bush (2001-2009), and Barack Obama (current) have continued to contribute to the decline of America, loaning millions of dollars to failed banks, providing tax-free status and other favors to corporate moguls, conspiring to dissolve America's borders to permit the inflow of dangerous, unvetted foreign invaders and irreparably bankrupting the taxpayers with the high cost of endless, useless wars.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is currently running for President of the United States (POTUS) under the Democratic Party.  Hillary's opponent and Democratic Party contender are Bernie Sanders, a Senator from the State of Vermont.  There are rampant accusations that Hillary's campaign is full of dirty tricks and is desperately rigging elections, with poll results skewed to show Hillary in front of Bernie.  Exit polls tell a different story, with Bernie running well ahead of Hillary. 

The last face-off between the candidates will be a televised debate between the GOP (Republican) nominee, likely to be Donald Trump and whoever ends up as the Democratic nominee,  either be Bernie or Hillary.  After that, the polls will open, and America will be allowed to cast its vote for one of these two main candidates, or any other person they choose to select or write in on their voting ballot.  

GOP candidate Donald Trump has enjoyed making public sport of Hillary's many foibles, and her sordid political past has provided amble fodder.  Many stand amazed at how blindly Hillary Clinton's partisans continue to support her, perhaps so enamored of the idea of a female President that they don't care that the person they elect is completely bankrupt in terms of moral fiber. 

For example, when Hillary Clinton moved into the White House as the First Lady and wife of former President Bill Clinton, she quickly became the subject of five separate investigations.  President Clinton appointed his wife to design a new health care package, and $32 million of taxpayer funds were wasted designing a system that was a disaster.  Investigative proceedings followed, and she was fined $450,000 for dishonesty.  The related court costs were $725,000.  Not only did Mrs. Clinton fail in her task, she cost the taxpayers a sum that could have provided fresh water to the entire population of Mozambique.

It is a laughable fact that Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of having no political experience while her career has been a complete disaster.  Her only legacy is being brandished a serial liar and being in the center of one shameless scandal after another.

Hillary has never authored a single piece of meaningful legislation, she's never helped to lower taxes, she has occupied public housing for the bulk of her adult life through public office, she hired a full-time nanny when daughter Chelsea was born and after the birth could hardly wait to get back to work.

Since national polls predict that Donald Trump will overcome Hillary in the presidential election, Trump might do well to work together with Bernie Sanders beginning right now to coordinate a plan to defeat Hillary.  It seems they could do so easily by finding some points of agreement.

While anti-drug Trump is committed to improving the flagging U.S. economy, Bernie Sanders supports marijuana legalization for many reasons, one of them being that legalization is a proven and powerful method of money injection into local economies as weed grown for both medicinal and recreational purposes gathers significant tax revenue from marijuana retailers.  U.S. states of Colorado and Washington are proven models of the financial and social success attributed to legalization.  The state also saves money as legalization serves to cease drug incarcerations, and saves money also on drug-related law enforcement costs. 

The euphemism, 'a rising tide floats all boats' means that as one person prospers, persons in the proximity prosper as well.  The same dynamic applies to a city, a state, or a country. In practice, that means that the success of marijuana legalization will positively impact the entire economy.

Donald Trump's near fanatical followers look at him adoringly as “The Donald” promises to stand for “The Little People” against “Big Business.”  If Donald truly wants to take up a spear and a shield, he already has before him perhaps the most nefarious beast in modern medical history, the American pharmaceutical industry. 

American medical students are given a curriculum crafted by drug companies to control how graduating doctors are taught to treat patients with brand-name designer prescription drugs.  Deaths at the hands of prescription medicine number 100,000 per year in the U.S.  Holistic doctors, who never use pharmaceuticals, are ridiculed for quackery, and alternative therapies are not covered under health insurance plans.

“Big Pharma” has a huge interest in suppressing the medical marijuana industry because it can make $30,000 per patient in chemotherapy treatments. The overwhelming  evidence that cannabis oil and other marijuana concoctions cure cancer and kill pain is, therefore, a clear threat. 

The recent murder of ten holistic doctors about to come forward with a simple and cheap cure for cancer is further evidence wealthy pharmaceutical companies are reluctant to given up on the lion's share of their profits because of a house plant that you can grow on your back porch. 

In tandem with Mother Nature's pre-existing remedy to many health problems, another interesting way to boost the economy is Paul Stamet's “magic mushroom.” He seems to have found the secret to prevent Mother Nature from destroying its own crops.  Why have we not heard about this?  Use of this easily grown natural mushroom will destroy Monsanto and prove disruptive to the chemical pesticide industry.  Use of the natural mushroom will promote organic gardening and no doubt significantly reduce worldwide the number of cancer deaths caused by the pesticides liberally applied to most corporately cultivated crops.

Hillary Clinton supports Monsanto, despite its horrific exploitation of the illiterate farmers of India.  The multinational agrochemical company sold Indian farmers trade-mark seeds which they claimed, “yielded superior crops” but required the exclusive use of Monsanto pesticides to thrive.  Farmers who bought the expensive seeds and their companion fertilizers ran up considerable debts, leading to 270,000 deaths by suicide when their crops failed.

If Donald Trump has indeed made a covenant to work for the people, perhaps he might be convinced that marijuana legalization and the promotion of cancer treatment with the weed would be a gigantic leap towards public honesty while taking a dramatic stand for the public good by smashing the lies of the pharmaceutical companies to smithereens. He could further eternalize himself by allowing widespread research and practice of marijuana remedies for curing cancer by helping people get healed, rescuing them from the pain and drama of chemotherapy and the needless, expensive surgeries.

Why does Hillary condemn marijuana use and support the continued use of prescription medicines?  She has accepted campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies, who need marijuana to remain illegal so that sick people will continue to buy prescription medicine, even if it kills them.  A plant like marijuana costs almost nothing to grow, and there is no money for Hillary in this.

Quashing “prisons for profit”, d/b/a The Corrections Corporation of America, could also be a point of agreement for Trump and Sanders, and since Trump continues to vow to put people first, overhauling the criminal justice system might be another good place to prove his worth.  The U.S. takes the #1 spot as having the highest percentage of its citizens in prisons, as a result of purposeful cooperation between police, prosecutors, judges and eventually the prison facilities themselves.  Although the U.S. has only 5% of the world's population, Americans disproportionately claim 25% of the total inmate population.  Bernie Sanders has made the end of “Prisons for Profit” part of his campaign policy.  Meanwhile, private prison systems are raising money for Hillary Clinton's campaign.

Both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are for the people, and both men have the track record to prove it.  Hillary Clinton stands for herself and her wealthy, Superpac backersDonald Trump's family is clean and strong and successful, and so far the microscopic examination into his private life has come up goose eggs despite the best efforts by Hillary's goons to find dirt.  Sanders also has a solid history of normalcy, as in a recent issue of People magazine Bernie revealed his favorite activities at home are chopping wood and doing laundry. If he has any flaws, it is that he has too many sweaters (Bernie considers seven sweaters too many).

Another area of common ground between Sanders and Trump is the single-payer health care system, used efficiently by the European community.   The health care company middlemen operate with impunity under the current multifarious labyrinth but would become obsolete under a single-payer system, as modeled by Norway and Sweden.  Bernie's idea of medical care for all and the single-payer system joins with Trump's ideology to favor the people by reducing health care costs.  Perhaps Trump could appoint Bernie Sanders as head of the Department of Health and Human Services should he win the presidency.

Could Bernie and Donald somehow cooperate, not only to defeat Hillary but after the election?  Both men have made it known that the Presidency is not for sale, Lincoln bedroom is not for rent, and lobbyist's money will have no influence.  Hillary, however, (along with her husband Bill) is, and always has been, “for sale”. 

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