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by OPOVV, ©2015
(May 5, 2015) — It doesn’t happen often, and maybe it should happen more, but once in a blue moon a woman emerges on the scene and just takes the bull by the horns and does whatever needs to be done. Joan of Arc was one such lady, as was Britain’s Margaret Thatcher while she stood shoulder to shoulder with Ronald Reagan for Freedom against Communism. Thatcher also didn’t back down, didn’t blink an eye while she took on Argentina and fought for the Falkland Islands in 1982.
Is it possible that we have one such lady among us who not only understands macro-politics, but has the moxie to do whatever it takes to put America back on top by repairing all the harm Obama and his corrupt Administration has caused? I believe she has what it takes to do what needs to be done.
Political Experience NOT an Asset
So the Middle East is up in flames; the National Debt is out of control; Muslims in our military; Obamacare a total disaster; and more than one illegal immigrant allowed in our country, and we’re supposed to believe that political experience is touted as some sort of plus? GET REAL.
HONK! BEEP! REALLY LOUD KLAXHORN!
The one thing we don’t need is more of the same. Career politicians got us in the mess we’re in so why, oh why would we elect more of the same? Einstein said that if you do the same task over and over again and get the same results, and then decide to do that same task one more time and expect a different result, then you just volunteered for the certifiably insane club.
Suffice it to say that the argument “no political experience” is a positive; a good thing; even highly desirable!
This country doesn’t need any more of the same time after time, in whatever form: governor or senator. We know it’s early, but my top choice, to date, is Carly Fiorina for president in 2016. We will, however, continue to monitor all the candidates.
We are looking forward to hearing the word “DEPORT” Muslims and illegal immigrants and bring back the Draft from any of them, by the way.
Bottom line? Right now my vote is going for Fiorina because I believe she has what it takes to get the job done, no excuses. I believe that she has Margaret Thatcher’s achievability, not because she’s a woman, but because that’s who she is.