Hillary, Kaine, and Creepy Clowns

At Tuesday night’s debate we were treated to Tim Kaine’s fidgets, twitches, squirms, and water sipping. He did all of that more often than interrupt Mike Pence with slanders. He looked off-kilter. There was, well, something faintly creepy about Kaine, confirmed when he had no good retort to Pence’s outing of Hillary’s and his pro-partial birth abortion stand. Something creepy, particularly -- and morally appalling -- about taking a baby’s life near birth. Creepy that Kaine claims Catholicism as his faith -- Catholicism, which sees abortion as an intrinsic sin.

Then there’s Hillary, who’s creeped us out for decades. The cold, dark, withering stares. The explosive, cackling laughs. There’s the video for a union audience where Hillary spouts in a weird bobble-headed way about why she’s not leading Donald Trump by 50 points. Here’s a woman who looks like she’s wound tighter than a drum, only to pop up at the most inappropriate times like a creepy jack-in-the-box, waggling and grimacing enough to give kids nightmares.

Lately, creepy clowns have been showing up in the East and South, mostly. Clowns standing under streetlights late nights, staring at lone passing motorists. Or lurking at the edge of woods. Unnerving, if not downright scary.

Entering the world of Hillary, Bill, Tim, the left, and the Democratic Party nowadays is on par with entering a Halloween scare house. It’s an upside-down affair of chilling stuff. But the scares aren’t for fun. The scares come with consequences, which can be detrimental to U.S. interests and American lives, abroad and at home. 

The Middle East is in ruins, thanks to the handiwork of Barack and Hillary (honorable mention, John Kerry). Syria is a hellhole. Due to the vacuum left by the president in Syria, Putin has staked a big claim. Libya’s a mess. The U.S. has lost valuable ground gained by American blood in Afghanistan and Iraq. An appeasement deal gives the Iranians safe passage toward nuclear weapons, which will one day menace not just Israel and U.S. allied Arab states, but Europe and, in time, with ballistic missiles or other means of delivery, America. An arms race has started in the Middle East and that makes a dangerous neighborhood increasingly so.  

ISIS has risen up and been emboldened by the Obama-Hillary-Kerry axis. Promising a global caliphate built on the bodies of us infidels, ISIS and like forces slaughter Christians and “apostate” Muslims. But we’re told dismissively by Obama that ISIS is just a collection of misfits and thugs that, sooner or later, will be brushed away.

ISIS oppresses, abuses, and sometimes kills its own women, gays, and children. Its irregulars are routinely committing acts of terror in Western Europe and the U.S., with much more death and carnage in store -- if not countered quickly enough. 

But where’s the thumping condemnation by Hillary and Kaine of ISIS as a Muslim-inspired politico-religious movement? They won’t even acknowledge that the terror is Muslim-inspired (or do so only grudgingly when pressed). Doing so is verboten in the crazy world of liberaldom. When do these compassionate liberals stand tall to chastise Islam in general for said oppressions and abuses of women, gays, and children, populations Hillary and Kaine swear they exist to protect? Maybe the pledge to protect the vulnerable is all feel-good and rationalizes bigger government that benefits Hill’s and Tim’s cronies and supporting constituencies?

When the debate topic of permitting Syrian refugees into the U.S. came up, Kaine spoke inanely. U.S. security agencies fret -- with good cause -- that among this refugee mass will be ISIS agents and irregulars (aka, terrorists), who aren’t coming for fresh starts in the New World.

In accommodating these Syrians (few Christians among them), Kaine sputtered that “constitutional rights” take precedent. If so, they do so over the welfare and safety of us citizens. Imagine that, infers Kaine for Hillary, ours is a constitution that fails to have as its paramount responsibility the protection of the homeland and its citizens. Which Founding Father rolls over first in his grave?

Imagine this: President Hillary and Vice President Kaine visiting the families of innocents slaughtered at a mall food court by a “rogue” refugee to explain how noble the sacrifice: their loved ones died for a perverted interpretation of constitutional rights.

Imagine the pained expressions on Hillary’s and Tim’s faces as they emerge from meetings with aggrieved families. Before rows of cameras and mikes, the president and her “right-hand person” offer reassurances. This dastardly act of, well, not terrorism but murder will not be allowed to stand. The perpetrator blew himself sky-high to make the slaughter possible, but the “coconspirators” (if any; the killer may have been just a humanphobe) will be brought to justice -- tracked down, arrested, lawyered up, and tried. If found guilty, parole is only a maybe.

Scary stuff, but not the last. And there seems no exit out.

Scary that Hillary maintained a private email server while Secretary of State that contained highly classified national security information, guaranteed to have been mined by our nation’s enemies. How greatly at risk are we thanks to all the compromised classified information? How susceptible to blackmail would a President Hillary be? And for more than national security breaches, but Clinton Foundation emails?   

How scary is it to you that the FBI director, James Comey, was either pressured into a cover-up of Hillary’s criminality or simply, frighteningly, complicit?

Scary that to Hillary, Kaine, and Democrats -- or any globalist -- that our borders are no longer inviolate. Our borders are hindrances to the movement of cheap labor and new constituencies for Democrats to harvest. Scary that tuberculosis is seen again in our nation among illegals -- TB and other illnesses not known previously to our country are here.    

Scary that after nearly eight years of Barack Obama, millions of American are un- or underemployed. Economic growth is anemic. Wages are practically stagnant. Working class Americans struggle and suffer greatly to make ends meet. The coal industry is being virtually shut down. Scary that the mainstream media acts as propagandists to hide the truth. Scarier that Hillary and Kaine are promising to double down on Obama’s failed economic policies.

Scary that Bill’s bride and her Democrats, in a blatant pander to Black Lives Matter, indiscriminately indict police in communities across the land, stating that cops, regardless of race or color, are latent racists. Scary that diminished and hamstrung by Democrats and the left, the men and women who make up our police forces are put at greater risk, not to mention our communities. The creepy and dangerous among us are surely less fearful of the police, and much less inhibited. Why won’t the oppression of the police result in more crime and suffering by innocents, in at-risk poor communities, especially? 

There’s much, much more, but enough.

Creepy clowns loitering under streetlights or lurking near woods… worry less about them than those heading the Democratic ticket.   

At Tuesday night’s debate we were treated to Tim Kaine’s fidgets, twitches, squirms, and water sipping. He did all of that more often than interrupt Mike Pence with slanders. He looked off-kilter. There was, well, something faintly creepy about Kaine, confirmed when he had no good retort to Pence’s outing of Hillary’s and his pro-partial birth abortion stand. Something creepy, particularly -- and morally appalling -- about taking a baby’s life near birth. Creepy that Kaine claims Catholicism as his faith -- Catholicism, which sees abortion as an intrinsic sin.

Then there’s Hillary, who’s creeped us out for decades. The cold, dark, withering stares. The explosive, cackling laughs. There’s the video for a union audience where Hillary spouts in a weird bobble-headed way about why she’s not leading Donald Trump by 50 points. Here’s a woman who looks like she’s wound tighter than a drum, only to pop up at the most inappropriate times like a creepy jack-in-the-box, waggling and grimacing enough to give kids nightmares.

Lately, creepy clowns have been showing up in the East and South, mostly. Clowns standing under streetlights late nights, staring at lone passing motorists. Or lurking at the edge of woods. Unnerving, if not downright scary.

Entering the world of Hillary, Bill, Tim, the left, and the Democratic Party nowadays is on par with entering a Halloween scare house. It’s an upside-down affair of chilling stuff. But the scares aren’t for fun. The scares come with consequences, which can be detrimental to U.S. interests and American lives, abroad and at home. 

The Middle East is in ruins, thanks to the handiwork of Barack and Hillary (honorable mention, John Kerry). Syria is a hellhole. Due to the vacuum left by the president in Syria, Putin has staked a big claim. Libya’s a mess. The U.S. has lost valuable ground gained by American blood in Afghanistan and Iraq. An appeasement deal gives the Iranians safe passage toward nuclear weapons, which will one day menace not just Israel and U.S. allied Arab states, but Europe and, in time, with ballistic missiles or other means of delivery, America. An arms race has started in the Middle East and that makes a dangerous neighborhood increasingly so.  

ISIS has risen up and been emboldened by the Obama-Hillary-Kerry axis. Promising a global caliphate built on the bodies of us infidels, ISIS and like forces slaughter Christians and “apostate” Muslims. But we’re told dismissively by Obama that ISIS is just a collection of misfits and thugs that, sooner or later, will be brushed away.

ISIS oppresses, abuses, and sometimes kills its own women, gays, and children. Its irregulars are routinely committing acts of terror in Western Europe and the U.S., with much more death and carnage in store -- if not countered quickly enough. 

But where’s the thumping condemnation by Hillary and Kaine of ISIS as a Muslim-inspired politico-religious movement? They won’t even acknowledge that the terror is Muslim-inspired (or do so only grudgingly when pressed). Doing so is verboten in the crazy world of liberaldom. When do these compassionate liberals stand tall to chastise Islam in general for said oppressions and abuses of women, gays, and children, populations Hillary and Kaine swear they exist to protect? Maybe the pledge to protect the vulnerable is all feel-good and rationalizes bigger government that benefits Hill’s and Tim’s cronies and supporting constituencies?

When the debate topic of permitting Syrian refugees into the U.S. came up, Kaine spoke inanely. U.S. security agencies fret -- with good cause -- that among this refugee mass will be ISIS agents and irregulars (aka, terrorists), who aren’t coming for fresh starts in the New World.

In accommodating these Syrians (few Christians among them), Kaine sputtered that “constitutional rights” take precedent. If so, they do so over the welfare and safety of us citizens. Imagine that, infers Kaine for Hillary, ours is a constitution that fails to have as its paramount responsibility the protection of the homeland and its citizens. Which Founding Father rolls over first in his grave?

Imagine this: President Hillary and Vice President Kaine visiting the families of innocents slaughtered at a mall food court by a “rogue” refugee to explain how noble the sacrifice: their loved ones died for a perverted interpretation of constitutional rights.

Imagine the pained expressions on Hillary’s and Tim’s faces as they emerge from meetings with aggrieved families. Before rows of cameras and mikes, the president and her “right-hand person” offer reassurances. This dastardly act of, well, not terrorism but murder will not be allowed to stand. The perpetrator blew himself sky-high to make the slaughter possible, but the “coconspirators” (if any; the killer may have been just a humanphobe) will be brought to justice -- tracked down, arrested, lawyered up, and tried. If found guilty, parole is only a maybe.

Scary stuff, but not the last. And there seems no exit out.

Scary that Hillary maintained a private email server while Secretary of State that contained highly classified national security information, guaranteed to have been mined by our nation’s enemies. How greatly at risk are we thanks to all the compromised classified information? How susceptible to blackmail would a President Hillary be? And for more than national security breaches, but Clinton Foundation emails?   

How scary is it to you that the FBI director, James Comey, was either pressured into a cover-up of Hillary’s criminality or simply, frighteningly, complicit?

Scary that to Hillary, Kaine, and Democrats -- or any globalist -- that our borders are no longer inviolate. Our borders are hindrances to the movement of cheap labor and new constituencies for Democrats to harvest. Scary that tuberculosis is seen again in our nation among illegals -- TB and other illnesses not known previously to our country are here.    

Scary that after nearly eight years of Barack Obama, millions of American are un- or underemployed. Economic growth is anemic. Wages are practically stagnant. Working class Americans struggle and suffer greatly to make ends meet. The coal industry is being virtually shut down. Scary that the mainstream media acts as propagandists to hide the truth. Scarier that Hillary and Kaine are promising to double down on Obama’s failed economic policies.

Scary that Bill’s bride and her Democrats, in a blatant pander to Black Lives Matter, indiscriminately indict police in communities across the land, stating that cops, regardless of race or color, are latent racists. Scary that diminished and hamstrung by Democrats and the left, the men and women who make up our police forces are put at greater risk, not to mention our communities. The creepy and dangerous among us are surely less fearful of the police, and much less inhibited. Why won’t the oppression of the police result in more crime and suffering by innocents, in at-risk poor communities, especially? 

There’s much, much more, but enough.

Creepy clowns loitering under streetlights or lurking near woods… worry less about them than those heading the Democratic ticket.