For President, Vote for the Judiciary and for America

So let me understand this

Bill Clinton sexually frolicked with Gennifer Flowers, apparently sexually abused Paula Corbin (paying her an $850,000 litigation settlement) and Kathleen Willey. Leveraged his workplace supervisory position over Monica Lewinsky to convert the Oval Office into a sexually hostile workplace environment, even as he gazed into her gullible eyes, inter alia, and promised that he would divorce Hillary and would marry Lewinsky after his presidency. If we are to believe the accuser -- as Hillary tells us we must -- he raped Juanita Broaddrick. Ultimately, the state bar of Arkansas disbarred Bill Clinton for perjury.

Bill Clinton is the modern-day hero of the Democrat Party. He appears as the star of the Democrat convention every four years. His words inspire Democrats. He is legend. The mainstream media cannot praise and glorify him enough. Hillary Clinton sends him on the campaign trail to stump for her, to speak for her. His word, his endorsement, is sacrosanct.

And yet he has been a serial sexual abuser for decades -- “because [he] could.” Alongside him, always defending him and thereby assuring her own continued access to power, to serve her own voracious ambitions, Hillary Clinton actively helped destroy women victims who spoke out.

Suddenly now the same mainstream media, who have found no one more suited in character and temperament for the presidency than Bill Clinton, instruct us that Donald Trump contrarily is disqualified for the presidency because a “hot mic” eleven years ago caught him ogling and boasting disgustingly about sexual exploits?

It is impossible not to be disgusted with all of these characters. We are mired in a kakistocracy of epic proportions. Trump with his bizarre ego, the insults and calumny and falsifications and exaggerations that have allowed others to puncture the urgently important and pure message that he repeatedly has compromised as its leading messenger. Even more, Hillary Clinton with her congenital lying, to the point of lying about why she was named “Hillary.” She inspires no trust in its most absolute vacuum. Travelgate. Rose Law Firm billing records. Cattle Futures. Lincoln Bedroom. Missing White House furniture. Leaving the White House “broke” and emerging a Top One Percenter, worth hundreds of millions without building a thing but instead selling access and influence to government contracts and regulations, while delivering 15-minute backroom “speeches” at $225,000 a pop to Wall Street insiders.

So now I suddenly am supposed to care that Trump was caught on a microphone eleven years ago saying disgusting things? We already knew he is a serial womanizer, just as we know that Clinton has been a sex abuser for decades. Clinton may have avoided microphones, but the dress was stained. Frankly, I expect more Trump tapes and videos. I was wondering why they had not yet been leaked. The leakers were waiting for October. If I were voting for schoolteacher I would care. If I were voting for rabbi, pastor, priest, or imam I would care. But I am voting for something else -- the Federal Judiciary and the America our Founding Fathers envisioned.

Here is what I care about. I care about the economy and that we have not had a proper recovery from the Great Recession of eight years ago. I care that the Clinton “reset” with Putin has led to Russia seizing the Crimea, threatening the Ukraine, reestablishing Russian dominance in the Middle East, and staring down the American president and his useless secretary of state. I care about the safety and security of Israel and the insanity of the Iran Deal that has given the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism $150 billion to finance murder of Americans and terror against the West, all while positioning Iran to threaten the entire world with nuclear weapons soon enough. I care about police in our cities being attacked and killed, and about African Americans being denied what I have: a life of hope for personal economic opportunity, safe streets, children getting fabulously educated for the new era, and an equality that the Democrats repeatedly have promised people of color but repeatedly have failed to deliver. I care about bringing back jobs and repatriating the trillions of dollars now reposing overseas because of our broken tax system. I care about securing our nation’s borders in an era where terrorists have disrupted life in democracies throughout Europe and controlling those borders to keep out crime and illicit drugs that are scourging our nation. And I care about the federal judiciary.

The United States Supreme Court is on the line. The United States Courts of Appeal, in federal appellate circuit after circuit, are on the line. The federal district judges -- the trial judges who hear federal cases in the first instance -- are on the line. As we have been losing the judiciary like crazy, we get rulings that increasingly challenge our country’s core values. Legitimate efforts to assure honest voting, honest voter registration, get overturned. The shame of very late term partial-birth abortion becomes legally possible. Our nation’s immigration laws are at jeopardy. Defiant “sanctuary cities” become multiplied. Even America’s most core values, including First Amendment assurances that government not interfere with religion and Second Amendment protections, are at risk.

So I do not care what Trump said eleven years ago. I do not care a whit about his 1995 taxes of eleven years ago. If he lost a ton of money then, it helps explain how he grew to be so successful -- he learned from those mistakes that there are limits to risk-taking. I like that. I do not care if he never pays income taxes again. Almost half the country does not pay taxes. If he is cheating, he will be caught and punished; by contrast, if he is not paying because the law allows him to use deductions, then he is no different from every other responsible taxpayer. It is proper to use every legal tax deduction available. That is why there are investment advisors, financial planners, and tax attorneys -- to help their fabulously wealthy clients avoid paying taxes. Liberals do it. Hollywood, Broadway, Wall Street, the Clintons, and Harry Reid do it. So why can’t Trump?

So I do not care about Trump’s filthy mouth and taxes of eleven years ago. In voting for Trump, I actually am not voting for Trump at all. Rather, I am voting for the federal judiciary, whose lifetime-appointed judges will direct the course of this country’s trajectory and values for the next quarter century. ObamaCare proved that a Democrat Congress, and even a Republican majority Congress, will not control a Democrat president. After thirty years, we know exactly the mess that Hillary Clinton will bring. By contrast, the Republicans have proven they will stand up to Trump if he exceeds bounds. He won’t. I am casting my vote for the federal judiciary and for the America that our Founding Fathers envisioned. The ballot I cast will say “Trump.”

So let me understand this

Bill Clinton sexually frolicked with Gennifer Flowers, apparently sexually abused Paula Corbin (paying her an $850,000 litigation settlement) and Kathleen Willey. Leveraged his workplace supervisory position over Monica Lewinsky to convert the Oval Office into a sexually hostile workplace environment, even as he gazed into her gullible eyes, inter alia, and promised that he would divorce Hillary and would marry Lewinsky after his presidency. If we are to believe the accuser -- as Hillary tells us we must -- he raped Juanita Broaddrick. Ultimately, the state bar of Arkansas disbarred Bill Clinton for perjury.

Bill Clinton is the modern-day hero of the Democrat Party. He appears as the star of the Democrat convention every four years. His words inspire Democrats. He is legend. The mainstream media cannot praise and glorify him enough. Hillary Clinton sends him on the campaign trail to stump for her, to speak for her. His word, his endorsement, is sacrosanct.

And yet he has been a serial sexual abuser for decades -- “because [he] could.” Alongside him, always defending him and thereby assuring her own continued access to power, to serve her own voracious ambitions, Hillary Clinton actively helped destroy women victims who spoke out.

Suddenly now the same mainstream media, who have found no one more suited in character and temperament for the presidency than Bill Clinton, instruct us that Donald Trump contrarily is disqualified for the presidency because a “hot mic” eleven years ago caught him ogling and boasting disgustingly about sexual exploits?

It is impossible not to be disgusted with all of these characters. We are mired in a kakistocracy of epic proportions. Trump with his bizarre ego, the insults and calumny and falsifications and exaggerations that have allowed others to puncture the urgently important and pure message that he repeatedly has compromised as its leading messenger. Even more, Hillary Clinton with her congenital lying, to the point of lying about why she was named “Hillary.” She inspires no trust in its most absolute vacuum. Travelgate. Rose Law Firm billing records. Cattle Futures. Lincoln Bedroom. Missing White House furniture. Leaving the White House “broke” and emerging a Top One Percenter, worth hundreds of millions without building a thing but instead selling access and influence to government contracts and regulations, while delivering 15-minute backroom “speeches” at $225,000 a pop to Wall Street insiders.

So now I suddenly am supposed to care that Trump was caught on a microphone eleven years ago saying disgusting things? We already knew he is a serial womanizer, just as we know that Clinton has been a sex abuser for decades. Clinton may have avoided microphones, but the dress was stained. Frankly, I expect more Trump tapes and videos. I was wondering why they had not yet been leaked. The leakers were waiting for October. If I were voting for schoolteacher I would care. If I were voting for rabbi, pastor, priest, or imam I would care. But I am voting for something else -- the Federal Judiciary and the America our Founding Fathers envisioned.

Here is what I care about. I care about the economy and that we have not had a proper recovery from the Great Recession of eight years ago. I care that the Clinton “reset” with Putin has led to Russia seizing the Crimea, threatening the Ukraine, reestablishing Russian dominance in the Middle East, and staring down the American president and his useless secretary of state. I care about the safety and security of Israel and the insanity of the Iran Deal that has given the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism $150 billion to finance murder of Americans and terror against the West, all while positioning Iran to threaten the entire world with nuclear weapons soon enough. I care about police in our cities being attacked and killed, and about African Americans being denied what I have: a life of hope for personal economic opportunity, safe streets, children getting fabulously educated for the new era, and an equality that the Democrats repeatedly have promised people of color but repeatedly have failed to deliver. I care about bringing back jobs and repatriating the trillions of dollars now reposing overseas because of our broken tax system. I care about securing our nation’s borders in an era where terrorists have disrupted life in democracies throughout Europe and controlling those borders to keep out crime and illicit drugs that are scourging our nation. And I care about the federal judiciary.

The United States Supreme Court is on the line. The United States Courts of Appeal, in federal appellate circuit after circuit, are on the line. The federal district judges -- the trial judges who hear federal cases in the first instance -- are on the line. As we have been losing the judiciary like crazy, we get rulings that increasingly challenge our country’s core values. Legitimate efforts to assure honest voting, honest voter registration, get overturned. The shame of very late term partial-birth abortion becomes legally possible. Our nation’s immigration laws are at jeopardy. Defiant “sanctuary cities” become multiplied. Even America’s most core values, including First Amendment assurances that government not interfere with religion and Second Amendment protections, are at risk.

So I do not care what Trump said eleven years ago. I do not care a whit about his 1995 taxes of eleven years ago. If he lost a ton of money then, it helps explain how he grew to be so successful -- he learned from those mistakes that there are limits to risk-taking. I like that. I do not care if he never pays income taxes again. Almost half the country does not pay taxes. If he is cheating, he will be caught and punished; by contrast, if he is not paying because the law allows him to use deductions, then he is no different from every other responsible taxpayer. It is proper to use every legal tax deduction available. That is why there are investment advisors, financial planners, and tax attorneys -- to help their fabulously wealthy clients avoid paying taxes. Liberals do it. Hollywood, Broadway, Wall Street, the Clintons, and Harry Reid do it. So why can’t Trump?

So I do not care about Trump’s filthy mouth and taxes of eleven years ago. In voting for Trump, I actually am not voting for Trump at all. Rather, I am voting for the federal judiciary, whose lifetime-appointed judges will direct the course of this country’s trajectory and values for the next quarter century. ObamaCare proved that a Democrat Congress, and even a Republican majority Congress, will not control a Democrat president. After thirty years, we know exactly the mess that Hillary Clinton will bring. By contrast, the Republicans have proven they will stand up to Trump if he exceeds bounds. He won’t. I am casting my vote for the federal judiciary and for the America that our Founding Fathers envisioned. The ballot I cast will say “Trump.”