Sunday, October 9, 2016


Submitted by: John Porter

Can we talk honestly with each other? My view for your consideration:

      I remain more concerned for our country about things Hillary Clinton has done (and will do if elected president) than the things Donald Trump has said.  This election is not  about Mr. Trump and his past remarks, having nothing to do with his ideas of governing the country. It is all about our nation and the direction (Socialism) we are heading. As Ronald Reagan said "Our government is the car and we are the driver." "It is up to us," not the media and political establishment, "which road we travel and how fast we go."     Nothing has really changed in all this, it remains the people and Mr. Trump on one side with the media and political establishment and Mrs. Clinton on the other.
     Below find Hillary Clinton in her own words from four of her speeches to Wall Street and large bankers. These were revealed Friday in the released emails. The ones she didn't want made public when Bernie Sanders was calling for them. These remarks are about governing the nation.     All four are very important, but pay close attention to 2 and 3. #2 reveals how dishonest and deceitful she is with us. #3 is the same as the European Common Market which England just voted to leave because of it's devastating effects on their country.
(1) Hillary Clinton in paid speech to Wall Street “I’m kind of far removed from the struggles of the middle class.”
(2) Hillary Clinton in second paid speech to private bankers: “You need to have a public position and a private position on policy. If everybody’s watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least.”
(3) Hillary Clinton in third paid speech to investment bankers:  “My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders.”
(4) Hillary Clinton in fourth paid speech to Wall Street: “When I got to State it was still against the rules to have access to a Blackberry.”
Thank you until next time.
John Porter

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