The Republican Party continues to show us an array of political positions and views while the Democratic Party tries to lay low while flouncing their political “Barbie doll” that has worn more clothes of disdain than the fashion doll once of popularity by Mattel. Buy a “Barbie Doll” this Christmas in rebuke of a sorority style induction of the popularity or availability of the presumed (by so many disillusions) of the best woman to acquire the nation’s highest office—but, we must be prepared to wait for a Elizabeth Warren style candidate that is all meat (chicken, beef and Pork) to represent all women and stand for all Americans against the obvious enemies domestically of Wall street and banking and the con-evils in foreign and international entailments of which the former Secretary of State embarked to dethrone even her own party’s head until thrown a bone.
We don’t need Minnie to match Mickey Mouse in America (Bill and Hillary Clinton), when it comes to ultimate leadership by a female in America—we need someone free and clear from past entanglements, no make overs, no bake overs—but original women that are in waiting all over America when the time is truly ripe and not plucked inappropriately at the wrong time of the wrong candidate (Oh—by the way political pundits and supporters of the Clinton-kind have forbad anything but favorable comments by the media—but hear ye US now in rebuke of obsession, women that believe in divine order and wisdom!) We are not in a girl/boy popularity contest—-we are in it for the best suited for our times now and not by presumed inheritance!
Democrats leave little to look for in the 2016 election and have left Bernie Sanders appearing as meager (which is not so, he has more muscle than Democrats realize as they are currently in disillusionment, even Obama is hog-tied to previous commitment and not the best for the country)—appears to be a bad scenario to put all your eggs in one basket when the nation is once again (as in cycles) not at all pleased with Obama, especially when it comes to security of which a Secretary of State is always involved or have had influence.
When Americans are not satisfied, they look for options—yes, even within the candidates that are currently up for the Republican nomination. At least Bush and Christie (both former and present governors) offer consistency/neutrality at home and stabilization abroad. Now, back to the Republican debate, unlike previous debates, on Tuesday (according to Yahoo News) Bush held firm, slamming Trump’s proposal to ban Muslim immigrants from entering the country and arguing it would not be effective in the fight against the jihadist group ISIS. “To be successful in fighting ISIS we need to engage with the Arab world to make this happen. It is not a serious proposal to say that to the people that you’re asking … for their support that they can’t even come to the country to even engage in a dialogue with us,” Bush said, adding, “That’s not a serious proposal. We need a serious leader to deal with this, and I believe I’m that guy.”
(According to Yahoo News) The pair fought again when Trump defended his plan to target the family members of ISIS fighters. Bush dismissed the idea as “troubling” and pointed to comments Trump made in September suggesting America should let Russia take the lead in battling ISIS. He also painted Trump as inexperienced on foreign policy and suggested the frontrunner is getting his policy ideas from television.
“This is another example of the lack of seriousness. Look, this is troubling because we’re at war. They’ve declared war on us and we need to have a serious strategy to destroy ISIS. But the idea that that is a solution to this is just crazy,” Bush said of Trump’s plan to target the families of fighters. The former Florida governor continued, “Two months ago, Donald Trump said that ISIS was not our fight. Just two months ago. He said that Hillary Clinton would be a great negotiator with Iran. And he gets his foreign policy experience from the shows. That is not a serious kind of candidate. We need someone that thinks this through. That can lead our country to safety and security.”
According to US—the 2016 presidential election is still up for grabs—-no one or no political party is a sure thing regardless of gender or past political affiliations. Let us continue to observe, recognize and realize truth and integrity first—before we decide to vote, even if by percentage or degree—we deserve the best for all of us (majority rules).