If Hillary wins...

If Hillary Clinton should win the presidency on November 8, for all intents and purposes, it's over for the country.

This might be hyperbole, but how can one not look at it any other way?  She will absolutely be the third term of Obama, and can anyone say with a straight face that he's had a successful presidency?  His two signature achievements, Obamacare and the Iran agreement, domestic and foreign, respectively, are universally agreed to be failures.

Hillary will continue Obama's legacy of demagoguery and divisiveness eloquently described in this commentary here:

Instead of offering hope, Obama gave us demagoguery. Instead of fostering unity he stoked and encouraged divisiveness. Instead of providing concrete solutions, he issued speeches laced with empty rhetoric and platitudes. Instead of calming the nation in times of crisis, he engaged in race baiting.

Hillary Clinton will continue the Obama way of governing through unconstitutional executive orders and imposition of bureaucratic regulations since the Republicans will most likely retain the Senate and the House of Representatives and impede most of her radical left-wing legislative initiatives just as they did with Obama.  This forced him into executive overreach for most of his presidency.  A Clinton administration would be not at all different.

As a result, the Democrats will own every problem - unemployment, the chaotic Middle East, racial division and urban poverty, ISIS and domestic terrorism, imploding Obamacare – and the list goes on and on.  Democrats have been in the White House for 16 of the last 24 years.  And other than the Iraq War, George W. Bush pretty much governed like a Democrat by expanding the entitlement state with Medicare Part D and the reach of the federal government through programs like No Child Left Behind, not to mention enlarging the bureaucratic state with the creation of Department of Homeland Security, which included the Transportation Safety Administration.  With another four to eight years of Hillary, that will be a total of a possible 32 and at least 28 straight years of essentially Democrat governance. 

What the media and all of the other anti-Trumpers don't understand is that the reason Trump is the Republican nominee for president is because he has zero political experience.  He doesn't act, talk, or even look like a politician, and that's exactly what people want in the current rebellion against D.C. and the political establishment.  So what if Hillary sounded great in the debate, as the left-wing media like CNN and websites like Huffington Post were screaming from the rooftops?  That is exactly why the non-"elite" regular people don't like her or want her in office. She is just a continuation of what the career politicians have been doing to the country for 45+ years.

"Why Donald is Winning, Because Washington is Losing" hits the nail on the head: 

As for Hillary she has made her case. She has more experience governing than Donald. Another way of putting it is she is part of the problem. America is, as the pollsters say, on the wrong track.

So if Hillary wins, she and the Democrats will own every single problem the country faces today, from the highest level of poverty in the history of the country to the highest levels  of debt to the highest levels of unemployment and underemployment.  And those who vote for her will own the country's problems, too. 

To repeat Albert Einstein's famous quote: "The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing over and over again, and then expecting different results."  There won't be enough psychiatrists in the world to cure the irreversible condition of the country after another four to eight years of the insanity of the status quo.

If Hillary Clinton should win the presidency on November 8, for all intents and purposes, it's over for the country.

This might be hyperbole, but how can one not look at it any other way?  She will absolutely be the third term of Obama, and can anyone say with a straight face that he's had a successful presidency?  His two signature achievements, Obamacare and the Iran agreement, domestic and foreign, respectively, are universally agreed to be failures.

Hillary will continue Obama's legacy of demagoguery and divisiveness eloquently described in this commentary here:

Instead of offering hope, Obama gave us demagoguery. Instead of fostering unity he stoked and encouraged divisiveness. Instead of providing concrete solutions, he issued speeches laced with empty rhetoric and platitudes. Instead of calming the nation in times of crisis, he engaged in race baiting.

Hillary Clinton will continue the Obama way of governing through unconstitutional executive orders and imposition of bureaucratic regulations since the Republicans will most likely retain the Senate and the House of Representatives and impede most of her radical left-wing legislative initiatives just as they did with Obama.  This forced him into executive overreach for most of his presidency.  A Clinton administration would be not at all different.

As a result, the Democrats will own every problem - unemployment, the chaotic Middle East, racial division and urban poverty, ISIS and domestic terrorism, imploding Obamacare – and the list goes on and on.  Democrats have been in the White House for 16 of the last 24 years.  And other than the Iraq War, George W. Bush pretty much governed like a Democrat by expanding the entitlement state with Medicare Part D and the reach of the federal government through programs like No Child Left Behind, not to mention enlarging the bureaucratic state with the creation of Department of Homeland Security, which included the Transportation Safety Administration.  With another four to eight years of Hillary, that will be a total of a possible 32 and at least 28 straight years of essentially Democrat governance. 

What the media and all of the other anti-Trumpers don't understand is that the reason Trump is the Republican nominee for president is because he has zero political experience.  He doesn't act, talk, or even look like a politician, and that's exactly what people want in the current rebellion against D.C. and the political establishment.  So what if Hillary sounded great in the debate, as the left-wing media like CNN and websites like Huffington Post were screaming from the rooftops?  That is exactly why the non-"elite" regular people don't like her or want her in office. She is just a continuation of what the career politicians have been doing to the country for 45+ years.

"Why Donald is Winning, Because Washington is Losing" hits the nail on the head: 

As for Hillary she has made her case. She has more experience governing than Donald. Another way of putting it is she is part of the problem. America is, as the pollsters say, on the wrong track.

So if Hillary wins, she and the Democrats will own every single problem the country faces today, from the highest level of poverty in the history of the country to the highest levels  of debt to the highest levels of unemployment and underemployment.  And those who vote for her will own the country's problems, too. 

To repeat Albert Einstein's famous quote: "The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing over and over again, and then expecting different results."  There won't be enough psychiatrists in the world to cure the irreversible condition of the country after another four to eight years of the insanity of the status quo.