Thoughtful piece, David.
Albert D. Melfo
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A knee-jerk reaction to a personal run of bad luck in her own business and financial situation than a reasoned choice”.

When “bad luck” exists for increasingly many, the term of “luck” is probably unsuitable. This is just one of many people going through the same endeavour.

No, it’s not a reasoned choice. It’s extremely unusual for anybody to be “rational” while under extreme stress.

The question is not why Trump voters are voting for Trump. It’s hard to find a rational argument that could be fought by rational arguments. The important question is what led them to decide to vote for Trump.

This story is just another example of the side-effects of the ever increasing gap between people having exploitable information, knowledge and capital and the rest of earth inhabitants.

Whatever her intentions are, Ms. Clinton clearly belongs to the first class.

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