True…and she’s really not that bad. Is she?
Amber Lisa
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Personally, I’m not a huge fan of Hillary. It scares me more than a little that, if she wins, our country has been in the control of two families for 24 out of the last 32 years. But my concern comes more from her centrist background. My money is on her maintaining the status quo while in office and doing nothing to break up the current clusterfuck that is our government. She is not a “liberal” in the true sense of the word. She is a Democrat and yet she has done some very good things in her career. Whether she did them for personal gain more than a desire to do good as some claim, I don’t think matters in the long run.

The thing that I think matters most, which alot of people seem to miss or at least, tend to ignore when attacking candidates not of their party, is that even people that are power hungry are completely dependent on the structure that gives them power to begin with. This is both a positive and a negative. While it discourages them from changing anything it also ensures stability. Why a person like Trump is so dangerous is that, his power doesn’t come from the traditional power of the government so he is not beholden to it. Hillary will provide me and my family enough stability to continue to exist in relative comfort. Trump, in my opinion, will not, or at least will have a higher chance of disrupting it. That is, and should be the deciding factor is this election for most Americans.