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“From my point of view, I’d say that those of us who didn’t vote for either Hillary or Trump did a hell of a lot for this nation in causing an uprising of democratic protests and actions and organization – !!”
I share your point of view. If Ms. Clinton had been elected it is a pretty sure bet that the extreme radical right would have circled the wagons while the “liberals” would have gone back to sleep so Ms. Clinton, with pretty much a free reign, could have taken us blissfully on down the path to public/private partnerships; implementation of the TTP; environmental destruction; continuous wars for profit; a band-aid on a failing, fractured, and corrupt heal care system; continue the policies of chip-away at social security, and support for pretty much anything that puts property over people and planet.
That is just my opinion based on her record not her emails, not Benghazie, and not her personality.
Her personality is her personality. We all have one. Though not as charismatic as her husband and not as personable as Obama she always came across to me as pragmatic, solid, and steady.
Though different in personality from the other two she shared the same practice of having a public platform and a very different privatization agenda - in other words they spoke with forked tongue.
Benghazi and the emails seemed like miss judgement and trivial in comparison to issues that matter to policy, practice, and legislation. As a result, I never paid much attention to them one way or the other.