The assumption is had he been in charge, those wars would not have happened, and conditions would be far better. But we do not know that. We cannot know that. All we know is what we saw, what happened. We have no idea whether if a smarter, calmer, more honest person was in charge, the world would be a better place. No way to tell. Would the decisions made by a Sec State Trump, objectively smarter, be better for America but terrified a China into a nuclear war? We just don't know.
My favorite president in my lifetime was Jimmy Carter, and he kept us out of war, his one adventure an absolute disaster, still plaguing us today, the raid on Iran to free the hostages. He was good and very smart, indeed one of the smartest, but being a Southerner, assumed to be stupid. His efforts to defang the CIA was his undoing.
But Hillary and crew are criminal suspects. Yes, so the Bible assures us, Daniel 4:17.
This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever he will, and setteth up over it the basest of men.With the death by choo choo train of Wikileaks lawyer after the DNC scandal, the total is some 60 people who displeased the Clintons and came to an untimely end. Several this year alone.
"Who will rid me of this turbulent priest?" Just because someone gets whacked, does not mean he who benefitted most directly did it. It could be underlings who do so on assumption it will please. On the other hand, it could be the opposition killing one of its own to make a martyr and tar the reputation of the presumed killer. The Clintons, and their minions, may have never had anything to do any killing at all.
We just don't know. If we had a better criminal justice system, based on the truth commission models, we'd have a better idea of what is going on.
So what to do if we cannot know? I find myself as a good Catholic boy, when looking at the candidates on a ballot, calling on Jesus in my distress: "Jesus, help us." At which point, since I can write in names on a ballot, I do so. "Jesus" is my vote. In this way I don't have to vote for the basest of men, and my vote is not wasted.
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