A Celebratory Note from Niagara At Large publisher Doug Draper
Posted October 21st, 2016 on Niagara At Large
The “nasty woman,” as the creature with the orange comb over called her during the last U.S. presidential debate this October 19th and who said during one of the earlier debates that he will hire a special prosecutor to have her put in jail if he wins the presidency, has finally landed enough punches of her own to his many self-inflicted wounds, to have him down for the count.
With less than three weeks to go before the November 8th vote, let’s hope for the sake of the United States and for Canada and most other countries around the world (outside of Vladimir Putin’s Russia), that the creature stays down.
And if it looks like he’s going to try to get back up, I would repeat to Hillary the advise I recall political operative and old friend of the Clintons, James Carville, once giving to her husband – “When you’ve got your opponent down, keep kicking!”
I’m no huge supporter of Hillary and would have much rather have seen Bernie Sanders running as the Democrat’s presidential nominee, but the choice now is between her and the creature, and for anyone who can muster up an ounce of sense and who cares about a future for themselves and their friends and loved ones that is not hellish, the choice is a no-brainer.
The New Yorker magazine has depicted what we should all want to see well in a cartoon modelled after the iconic 1960s photo of Muhammad Ali (then Cassius Clay) seconds after delivering his knock-out punch to Sonny Liston.
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“A politician thinks of the next election. A leader thinks of the next generation.” – Bernie Sanders