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I’m not into conspiracy theories, but I am now convinced that something is up. America will have a choice between Hillary Clinton and some unnamed as of yet Republican, (who will more than likely be unable to beat her). Hillary will face either a Republican or Donald Trump, who is, well, he is not a Conservative, not really a Republican, but he will run under the Republican banner. Two Questions: Is this really the best America can do? Perhaps, I should be asking, is this all America is capable of? 


Is the GOP really incapable of finding a candidate who can beat Hillary? No. The real question is: Doesn’t the GOP want to beat Hillary? 

My fellow Pennystinkers, something is rotten in Denmark. The pie has already been baked, sliced, and distributed. We on the bottom are only waiting to see which side gets to feast while we get, well, digitally probed. 

Speak to me! Explain to me why The Democrat party would force this woman upon us and why the GOP (the party of the rich) seems unable to “buy” a decent candidate. Someone explain to me why Republican president after Republican presidents has grown the government all while preaching “limited government.” 

I already know the answer: the government has grown because Republicans don’t believe in limited government, they believe in slightly less progressivism than do the Democrats. And thanks to Bernie Sanders, the Democrats now have permission to let their true socialist natures run free. Trust that the GOP is right behind them. 

We are all getting screwed. The proof is right before us, at least for anyone willing to see.

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Joseph C. Phillips

Joseph C. Phillips was born on January 17, 1962 in Denver, Colorado, USA as Joseph Connor Phillips. He is an actor, known for General Hospital (1994), The Cosby Show (1984) and Strictly Business (1991). He has been married to Nicole since 1994. They have three children.

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