These 5 Hypothetical Scenarios Make it Much Easier to Decide Who to Vote For

Stephen Bowers
Written by Stephen Bowers

(See the Wayne Allyn Root essay here.)  Sums it up beautifully! To help analyze this presidential election please consider these hypothetical election scenarios in which we know nothing of the candidates except what is stated in the hypothetical and then determine who would get your vote as between the two hypothetical candidates … Hypo 1) a capitalist or a socialist, Hypo 2) a lawyer who defended Black Panthers who murdered and tortured one of their own and laughed about getting a rapist off on a technicality and got the sack from her first legal job for concealing exculpatory evidence … or a guy who never even accidentally wandered inside a law school, Hypo 3) someone who has worked in business and created thousands of real jobs or someone who has never created anything except grossly inflated government spending. Hypo 4) A candidate embroiled in scandals too numerous to recount without getting a headache or a candidate who scandalized liberals everywhere by calling Hillary “crooked,” calling Elizabeth “Pocohantas” Warren a fraud for claiming to be a Native American when she knew she wasn’t and calling Rosie O’Donald a pig (all irrefutable observations), Hypo 5) a candidate who is a fairly good looking fellow with a quirky haircut (admittedly, never fully explained) or a candidate who routinely appears with expertly styled and varying hairdos and balloonish expensive pastel pantsuit (sometimes incorporating extremely trendy/costly designer jackets… all of which fail to make her look better than the dust bag on an old Electrolux vacuum … and did I mention that tired old face, which may be concealing a mysterious and unexplained brain trauma injury, which may have only exacerbated pre-existing organic brain injuries attributable to over thirty years of marriage to her clownish philandering big-coat-tailed husband?

Ask yourself … given any of these hypotheticals and only the info given therein about both candidates … ask yourself in earnest … would you ever vote for Hillary?

PS: Regarding Ted Cruz, please note I don’t agree completely with what he did at RNC, but I don’t think him another Republican/Rino politician, either. For one thing, how much guts does it take to spit in the eye of a room full of crazed Trumpies? The cops had to protect his wife. “Guts” remember … is something that helped make America possible. What Cruz should have done was challenged Trump to settle the scurrilous family insults man to man in the parking lot. I’m certain Cruz would have prevailed (being more fit and a Texan who habitually wears cowboy boots). And if they had shaken hands afterward and walked back into the RNC with arms around each other’s shoulder the whole country would have gone wild and electric! (Not to mention the satisfaction we would all have felt at having certain mysterious aspects regarding Trump’s hair resolved.) I think the Cruz speech could have been better handled, but it also seems something else may have been going on behind the scenes. Cruz’s career is hardly over as surmised by some.

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Stephen Bowers

Stephen Bowers

I am an attorney in Las Vegas who has always wanted to draw political cartoons, partly because I like drawing, but mostly because I enjoy ridiculing pompous know-nothings. Verbally debating them gets nowhere. They don't know they're beaten. But poking fun at them in a drawing leaves them without recourse or rebuttal. What can they do...? Call me names, whine, cuss me ... or maybe draw a witty riposte? Unlikely.
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