It’s now pretty well established that the general election will pit Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump for the presidency. The delegate count for each of these candidates is already enough at this stage to virtually assure them of getting the nomination of their respective parties. Senator Bernie Sanders ran a tremendous race and brought a great deal of excitement to the fray. His message was one that needed to be heard and I believe that it was.
The Republican National Party will most likely have a nominee it really doesn’t want and one it doesn’t know what to do with. The Republican candidate debates were more like a comedy routine than a race for the most powerful office in the world. At times, the debates appeared to be more like a debate at less than the junior high school level. It’s rather interesting to see the top Republicans, wringing their hands as they discuss the prospects of Donald Trump leading the ticket in the Fall. Hearing Gov. John Kasich discuss the issues, made me realize that he would be a very good president. But for some reason, the Republican voters weren’t listening. They bought into the Trump message which said very little of substance.
There is one thing for certain the United States is more divided today than it has been since the 1970s. In fact, it may be the worst division ever. Racism is still quite evident in our country and that’s very sad. The immigration issue – which really is based on racism – has further divided the American people. It’s time for a message of unity to be heard!
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